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Yay~ My Trafalgar Law cosplay was delivered to my home yesterday, but it's washing so I haven't had a chance to try it on until now. It is overall good, just that it's a little small (asian size apparently, not australian...). As seen in the picture I got online, the hoodie is supposed to be big and loose, but it fits just right on me (maybe bc i'm too tall), and it's not loose at all; it's even a little hard putting it on... Idk if I should send the hoodie back and ask for a resend on a bigger hoodie, but I'm still happy. Now I have a cosplay to wear to the anime conventions next year! 😃💄
Halloween is coming up! And you know what time it is, trick or treat! Halloween started around 2000 years ago, where the Celtic people would light bonfires and dress up to ward off ghosts. Then around the 9th Century, the influence of Christianity spread into the Celtic lands, and they tried to replace the day into where they would honour the deceased, which was something that was more related to Christianity, thus making it a church-sanctioned day for them. Then, they would dress up as saints, angles and devil, while the bonfire tradition is still on. Borrowing from European traditions, Americans began to dress up in costumes and go house to house asking for food or money, a practice that eventually became today’s “trick-or-treat” tradition. Young women believed that on Halloween they could divine the name or appearance of their future husband by doing tricks with yarn, apple parings or mirrors. In the late 1800s, there was a move in America to mould Halloween into a holiday more about community and neighbourly get-togethers than about ghosts, pranks and witchcraft. At the turn of the century, Halloween parties for both children and adults became the most common way to celebrate the day. Parties focused on games, foods of the season and festive costumes. And slowly, over time, we now see this day as a little dress up nightmare before Christmas! And in the past, when people (especially children) went out trick or treating, they would ask for treats at other people's homes, and if they refused to treat, they would wreak havoc out side their house (but of course, it's pretty much illegal to do that now). On Halloween, we can dress up as our favourite anime characters (coz we be weebs), and it can be Halloween themed (such as Kiki's Delivery Service, Soul Eater, Demon Slayer...etc.). Do send pictures of you in a cosplay, and we can share our thoughts about it! But all in all, happy Halloween! And for those who don't celebrate Halloween like me, happy holidays and I wish you a merry Christmas!
I bought this hoodie around 15 days ago, and it's coming rather slowly. I mean, 75 more day until it arrives. Yay!... It took them like 10 days just to take it to an airport, and it's been 5 days and somehow it's not in Australia yet. I mean, it's an 8 hour flight, but take them 5 days. I hope there wasn't some sort of typhoon of accident. Anyway, this hoodie is everywhere. I see it on ads everywhere, and I thought maybe I'll buy it, so I did. The reviews were quite good and most of them have quite high ratings, so I thought "why not". My sister says I'll regret buying this hoodie, but since it's only $19 (After discounts and coupons from Honey), so there was nothing to lose. Even if I didn't like it, I can still feel the satisfaction of having the hoodie of my favourite anime character of all time lol. And he No. 1 Husbando you can't convince me otherwise.
On certain conventions out of your local area (let's say Anime Expo in LA or Kawaii Kon in Honolulu), people would fly to anime conventions, in most cases as a passenger. I don't know what about pilots (from general aviation to airline transport pilots)?