Best arrow moment ever. Have felt like this for a long time, just want to tell the truth to someone, anyone. Everyone has a demon inside them….
This is the 2015 Acura TLX prototype. I know many many people say that Honda and Acura’s design are “ugly” because the styling is very linear, and “polarized” so to speak. But honestly, I don’t think so. If you don’t like the way the car looks go design your own. I on the other hand happen to like the aggressive, sharp, on edge styling of Acura and Honda. There’s an element of beauty in aggressive styling, and it takes skill to design a car that is not overly aggressive but a mixture of symmetry, sharp lines, and curving forms. When they come together in the perfect mixture THAT is beauty. This prototype in my opinion is absolutely gorgeous.
I don’t know why people have to be so fucking pessimistic and critical, but just look at the car and appreciate its form.
No words on how much the TLX will cost but rumors suggest that it will not stray far from the $31,530 it costs to buy the TSX. The TLX will replace the TL & TSX. Anybody else in the love with the red they used for the body paint? The only I have gripes about with red paint is it takes away from the tail lights. I think hematite black would look gorgeous on the TLX as well. Just a thought.
Hokkaido （北海道）. Meaning Northern Sea Island in Japanese. Went to Hokkaido a couple years back, and it was absolutely gorgeous. Japan is probably most famous for its modern cities like Tokyo （東京）, and Osaka, （大阪）but what’s not known is that the countryside is so beautiful. Up in Hokkaido we went to many places like Furano (富良野), and many other small towns. What’s particularly interesting about Japan is it’s similarity to Italy. In Italy different regions are famous for different things, this is also very much true in Japan. Hokkaido is known for its fresh produce, and milk. Many Japanese candies use Milk from Hokkaido’s cows. Anyway there is a prefecture (equivalent to states in the USA) named Yubari (夕張) famous for its cantaloupes. In Japan fruit is a luxury. The pair of cantaloupes from this region fetched ¥2.5 million in 2008. (That’s approximately $24,305USD.
Are you a Hayao Miyazaki 宮崎駿 fan? If so you’ll love these. Open searching for album covers fit to grace my iTunes music collection I stumbled across these fabulous mock ups down by shinobireverse on deviant art. They are absolutely gorgeous, and give a whole new meaning to what a DVD collection can be. These days as things become more and more digital we can still revel in the fact that there is a certain quality to things that you can touch, and feel. Imagine this as a DVD collection, and how happy you’d be to have it XD :D
So… I a huge fan of anything Armani. It is my go to brand. Cologne, clothing, bags, bracelets and more Armani is a great way to sacrifice looks for being pretentious. Recently bought this bag, and gotta say I love it. Its simply designed and has great functionality. Was $129 but got it for $77 plus free shipping.
Mazda was never really my favorite in terms of style or design, but looks like in a effort to be more on the competitive edge they revamped the exterior and interior styling. Gotta say, love the Mazda 6! They added a new grille design that is also featured on the rest of the mazda line up. Mazda is a great example of a economic car, that is also fun to drive, and looks awesome!
So.. It’s been a while I know. I’ve transferred to a new university so things have been hectic. Thank you ALL for following me. Enjoying my winter break starting with lots of delicious Japanese food :3 sashimi, mitarashi dango, salmon handrolls.. XD just want to wish you all a very happy new year! And wish this year will be a good one. 刺身とお寿司はとっても美味しいです。^o^
Its been a while since BMW had a refresh for its X5 series. Well here it is. I’ve gotta say its more polished… however I fee like it’s lost some of its previous generation “finesse.” I’ve always liked the previous generation’s design though slightly boxy, it’s just right. The new BMW X5 starts at $52,800. How do you feel about the new design??
What you do when your university food is boring and bland. Also they got the type of noodles wrong. YOU DO NOT CALL SPAGHETTI “Ramen.” JUST ….. NO…
1. Bought “
ramen spaghetti pork bowl” at woodlands IUB (didn’t like their spaghetti style noodles) $7.99
2. Take out spaghetti noodles
3. Strain the spaghetti and save them for a suitable recipe later (my plan Alfredo spaghetti!!)
4. Substitute your own Asian ramen
5. Cook ramen thoroughly.
6. Add some sea same oil to keep noodles from sticking together and to add flavour.
7. Quickly blanch some leafy greens in my case ( organic arugula)
8. Here’s the fun part. Assembly! You may also add a hard boiled egg and take out the yolk as I’ve done here!
9. Enjoy!!! :)