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January 24, 2010 | 06:14pm
Mood: pleased

My computer works! Since my last entry I wandered around Pungam some more, slept, cleaned my apartment, watched Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix, and went to Kumho World with Nigel and Zandra. My new power supply/cord cost 30,000 won. It would've cost 12 USD + $35 for S&H... oh well. After that we met up with Megan at TGIF's. I had a chimichanga. It was pretty okay. Dessert though... hoo boy. Brownie Obsession = amaaazing.


In celebration of having a working computer again, I have decided to pick up that meme that has been floating around my friend's list.

Stolen and subverted from lofro, who stole and subverted it from mad_maudlin:

First ten people to comment with a prompt get a short story from me. If you don't have a prompt, I'll write whatever comes to mind. This story will be however long or short as I feel it needs to be. I'll post the stories whenever I damn well feel like it. I don't really care if you repost the meme in your own journal, but it would be nice (for the sake of reciprocity, etc).

1. ladyequinox - adventures in coffee shops
2. gaypenguinsrock - werewolves in Korea
3. mad_maudlin - pet peeves
4. evilfishytank - random acts of kindness to a stranger, with a twist at the end
5. kirbylicious - weird things one finds in fandom
6. sittingontrains - New York, 1900
7. sebscam2003 - A Room With A View
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Adam

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from: aodh
date: January 24, 2010 11:07pm (UTC)
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what are the dates you'll be here? I'll also need to know the exact time you're arriving in Gwangju, b/c depending on the day/time I'll have class. plus, depending on the dates I may be able to get a hold of an air mattress... or I'll have to go buy a new set of blankets/etc. I figured out how to say vegetarian, but IDK if you'll be able to find a place that actually does vegetarian foods. (I love soy milk myself, but I haven't seen it sold anywhere.) Asking for coffee is easy, it's just asking for the English with a Korean accent.

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from: euphoric1dr
date: January 25, 2010 06:31pm (UTC)
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I'll plan on coming (arriving) in Seoul airport, February 13th and then I leave the 21st. Don't worry I love bread and I am sure I can find THAT at least everywhere! and fruit of course, and KIMCHI is vegetarian right? lol =D

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Adam

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from: aodh
date: January 28, 2010 09:18am (UTC)
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Oh yes, bread is everywhere! The fruit I've gotten from street vendors have been absolutely incredible - and kimchi is, of course, vegetarian. :P

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