Friday, January 9, 2009

That FS poster


Hi Hi dear sisters ...... Don't you love this fresh face peeking out from your window with such sweet smile? Oh boy, who wouldn't give anything to wake up to such a beautiful face every morning @@! But of course, there is no way even in my next 10 lives that it will ever come true. Errrr actually, come to think of it ...... with so many Bae sisters lining up to be HRH's wife for his next next next next lives, you think it'll be faster if I jump queue and just settle to be his morning coffee mug in my next life? The mug at least gets held and touched by HRH's lips every morning, eh?

Hahaha, but I'd better be careful of what I wish for. Remember my eyes were getting green seeing all those Face Shop goodies in Korea only? Our dear resourceful cloudnine came to my rescue yesterday, she actually found a shop in Korean town which has that gorgeous Face Shop poster @@ Thanks thanks cloudnine!


This gorgeous poster is even double-sided! The flip side is his 'Natural Story' poses :)

Hehe, but then nothing comes free. Customers can have this poster for a minimum purchase of 5000 yen in the store. Now if you ask me, what am I going to do with another BYJ poster?

Errrr, maybe like this? Remember the BYJ room in that Korean restaurant we went to last year? We passed by it and they advertised that they have renewed all the 'posters' wallpaper with the latest BYJ pictures! Hahaha, if I ever open up a restaurant one day, all those posters will come in handy, won't they?


21 comments:

bb said...

hee... i just gotta come check on you gals...

so someone/s did go to that somewhere sometime to do something...? so, did the someone really go home without buying something....?

p.s. am i being soooo.... 'discreet' that you can't figure out what i'm babbling about? :p

Hyds said...

Hello Jaime,
How are you? Lucky you! Yup they look lovely and you could have a boudoir for all your BYJ collections. I am trying to convert one of the guest rooms for that. Not that I have plenty of stuffs to put in there ;-) but if you open up a restaurant one day.. they'll surely come very handy. Just let us know ;-)
Love, Hyds

jenny said...

Hi Jaime

Remember to let us all know when the restaurant open. Sure will be a crowded place. HE HE HE HE

Have a nice weekend.

Jenny

jaime said...

hehe Princess,

I think someone did manage to get you-know-what on you-know-who from you-know-where. The question is what is someone is going to do with a bunch of somethings that someone totally does not need?

love ... jaime

jaime said...

Hi Hyds,

chongmal?! You are really converting a room, into a BYJ room? I love to see that, please share!

love .. jaime

jaime said...

Hahaha jenny,

You are too kind and supportive. Lucky with BYJ posters all over the restaurant walls, even if my menu only has 2 items : mizu and gohan, I am sure all the sisters will still be very satisfied customers.

btw, mizu means water and gohan means rice :) bon appetit!

love ... jaime

vegas said...

hi dear Jaime!

I see someone got a little more something to enjoy. Cool poster!!

let us know when you open your restaurant. we'll all be there for sure! mizu, gohan and don't forget the kimchi!

hugs!

jaime said...

Hi dear vegas,

so happy to hear from you. did you have a wonderful vacation in Hawaii?

Oh thank you thank you for suggesting the kimchi, hehe mabe even Gosireh's seaweed. I was thinking it's too bland to just have mizu and gohan. Hahaha, maybe even Ocha? I love it w/ gohan, cloudnine introduced it to me, slurp slurp :) have you tried it?

Please take care and all the best in 2009!

love ... jaime

bb said...

haiyo, jaime...! you're really really making me wish i live in tokyo too!

Anonymous said...

Nadoo ... Japan is one of my dream places to live ...
Did you enjoy the show Jaime??

love,
Y.

vegas said...

HI Ladies!

When I was young my Mom would feed me "tea rice" - "ochazuke" when I didn't feel well. Nowadays, it's a meal for me too, even when I'm feeling well. I also add a bit of furikake on top. Oishii desu!!

I hope this is what you are referring to.

thank you for asking - Hawaii was wonderful with lots of rain this visit. we also enjoyed "playing firecrackers". Yes, in Hawaii we are still allowed to play fireworks...or as I tell my son, "burning money". Really - the amount you spend to buy the fireworks is not cheap, but lots of fun...lol

take care!

Anonymous said...

Hi ladies,

Think I'm responsible to explain a bit about "Ochazuke" which is supposed to be a casual food. Like vegas wrote ,it's especially good when you don't have appetite.

Some of you may thinkg it's not
"right food" for Lady Jaime, however 'Ochazuke' is served in an authentic 'Kaiseki' course along with some pickles during the 'full'
tea ceremony. The idea is when you finish it, you rice bowl is cleaned.

cloud nine

jaime said...

Oh dear princess and Yee,

errr, i guess I am lost here, what exactly did I say here that makes you ladies really really want to live in Tokyo? I know you love Japan and Tokyo is a great city, but just curious what triggers your comment :) Please enlighten me

love .,... jaime

jaime said...

Dear Yee,

I had a wonderful time and really enjoyed the show. Thank you so much for introducing me to Takarazuka. I'll email you now, ok?

love ... jaime

jaime said...

My dear cloudnine,

Thank you for clarifying and explaining about Ochazuke, I apologize for my very crude referral to it as 'ocha and gohan'. It sounds purely uncivilzed, isn't it?

Hehe, Lady Jaime? This Lady is drooling for 'Kaiseki' course now that you brought it up, it seems like ages since we had it. I think it's time for an 'onsen and kaiseki' trip soon :)

love ... jaime

jaime said...

Hi dear vegas,

I must admit when I first heard about ocha and rice, didn't think they'd go together. But by adding pickles and other stuffs, it does taste delicious :)furikake? I better look it up so i can try some next time.

Your Hawaii vacation sounds like a lot of fun. hehe, so after playing with the fire crackers, are you all fired up with BIG plans now for the New Year? All the best, wishing you all health and happiness!

love ... jaime

Hyds said...

mmmhhh , I have to work harder on that now since you would want to see it.. I'll see what I could do.. still love your restaurant idea. Somewhere I could go in the future ;-) Take care.

Love, Hyds

bb said...

huh? ain't it obvious, Lady Jaime? :p

japan is like pseudo-baeland... there's so much bae stuff going on practically ALL the time...! what's there not to trigger thoughts of NOT moving there? :)

and... onsei and kaiseki? hey hey, wait up wait up!

jaime said...

aiyo princess, pali pali. I don't know when my horse carriage will turn back to a pumpkin, sob sob :(

vegas said...

Thank you Cloud Nine for the explanation.

"Lady Jaime" - whoa!!
We have our "Princess BB" and now "Lady Jaime". OH, and of course our "Handsome Prince YJ".

I forgot to mention, we also had a blackout in Hawaii the day after Christmas. There was a lightning storm that passed over the island of Oahu and zap - the whole island went black. We were without power for over 12 hours and some areas even longer. My son and I just arrived at home when the lights began to flicker, then went off, came back on and finally - kaput - no more power. Then we were short on batteries for the radio, so my son had to do use his "electronic know how" and with the batteries we had managed to get the radio working.

so exciting!!....(not!)

jaime said...

My dear Vegas,

Wow, the blackout sounded exciting, hehe, as long as it only lasted a few hours. I heard that the ice storm caused blackout in the east coast for many days. That was worrisome, isn't it? Am happy that you and your son are safe and sound. Please take care!

love ... jaime