14 thoughts on “What My Morning Looks Like

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    • Tze says:

      Hahahahaha at least I don’t grind the beans myself (I use filter coffee), so a mistake isn’t that easily made…

  2. Zomink says:

    God. That’s a productive morning! Back when I worked at 8, it was (1) wake up at 7:30, (2) brush teeth, (3) put on something resembling clothes, (4) shove something resembling food into mouth, (5) leave house at 7:50 and bike like hell. 

    Mascara on the train? Holy cow. I used to see young women putting on fake eyelashes on the train in the morning in Tokyo. THAT was also impressive. I can barely put on eyeliner on stable ground without poking a black dot on my eye. 

    • Tze says:

      I read about Japanese women putting on make up in trains! Apparently it’s a well-known thing. XD I wonder how?? Aren’t the trains incredibly full at rush hour? Skills. I’d end up with a fake eyelash for a moustache. :| Eyeliner requires insane stable hands though…

      I also used to get up as late as possible, get nothing done and then still be late a lot, haha. It somehow changed after I started dating Ben… weird. Before we did we’d boast to each other in the mornings about how almost late we were each day, ha!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I like the amount of foam in your shower xD Also, cool that you’re sprouting, me too lazy… how do you put it to use though? Hahaha, does your guinea pigs’ poo equal their body weight?

    • Tze says:

      Alfalfa is fed to the guinea pigs (for now while they’re young, in moderate amounts, blah blah before someone starts complaning). I always forget to put it in salads or soups. >_< Now sprouting lentil seeds, will just stir-fry them quickly I think. Doesn't equal their body weight no but… the amount is insane. x__x

      • Anonymous says:

        I thought I was the main complainer on your blog :P I think it’s cute, guinea pigs nibbling on sprouts xD 

        • Tze says:

          Thanks for the link, I’ve already been on that site before quite a few times. ;) If only they didn’t walk and pee and poo in the hay as well! You put in a load, they’re happy and stuff, but by the end of the day it’s all trodden on and they won’t eat it unless you put fresh stuff in. What a waste; I can’t imagine walking all over my bentos on the floor. XD

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