Oct 30 2008

My future wife

Published by at 8:24 pm under Sight Seeing

As Russ guessed it is just more of my nonsense speak, but I will get to that in a moment.

Carlyle and Scotty,  (yes Scott it is in order of importance because) though I enjoyed your comments I feel a need to reply.  As you know I do chase after pipe dreams, I mean I am in Japan for a month.  Scott, how is work treating you?  Japan is treating me great, it’s a good “life” over here.

Now that’s out of the way let me explain about the girl who loved me for my money, which is unfortunate as I don’t have a lot of it.  I have now been to Japan seven times and repeatedly go to Akihabara (where you can buy all of the electronic stuff).  As many of you know this is where the otoku hang out.  So whilst walking I saw a girl in a Maid outfit advertising a maid cafe.  This is a place where girls serve you drinks in french maid outfits while referring to you as Goshujin-sama.

So my question to myself, being a computer nerd, why have I not been to one of these places before.  My comrade in arms was all about going to this place as well so we searched.  Following the map completely in Japanese we finally came across this strange place where we were treated as superstars.  I think they loved us for our money (buying $5 hot chocolate at the cafe), which sadly for both of us I don’t have a lot of.

See hearts so it must be ruvu right?

See hearts so it must be ruvu right?

So I have to say sorry to TNT (Tracey Natasha Trish), I am leaving you all for my maid, until I run out of money.

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2 Responses to “My future wife”

  1. Scotton 31 Oct 2008 at 11:29 am

    HA! well done sir!

    I have officially been put in my place.

    Just to let you know someone in north america is keeping up the tradition…

    http://www.wired.com/culture/lifestyle/multimedia/2008/10/gallery_best_reader_costumes?slide=8&slideView=8

  2. Patrickon 05 Nov 2008 at 12:33 pm

    Gee, maybe we should have a fundraiser to help support Anton’s French maid habit ;) Feather-duster taijustu demonstrations, perhaps? Or a self-defense class using only aerosol wood polish?

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