Hazy Days @ Monday, December 26, 2016

Tuesday 5th December

Some days or weeks are harder than others, and this appears to be one of those week. I didn't go dancing yesterday and now regret it. We didn't go as my ankle sometimes aches, when in use. Hence missed the rarely seen morman. We enjoy dancing with morman because he understands personal space and doesn't use a dominating grip. He also wears a lot of perfume, a bit suffocating, but not as bad as BO. It also means that I'm less likely going to have to dance with the iron grip traveler (he has shirts from all the places he's been!), as he's one of the rare guys who comes alone. 


Red apple, green apple. Sure they're both apples, but use the wrong one and it'll ruin your dish. We bought tickets for sub but there was a glitch and we got dub!! And so I had that thought on a loop and enjoyed the movie as much as Wicked - I could barely recall it later that very night. 

Your Name. It's magical and amazing. The trailer gives nothing away. You have to see it. 

Also - I don't need to write it down, I'll remember is the biggest lie you're telling yourself. :P

"The New Miyazaki"? "It is currently the fifth highest-grossing film of all time in the country – domestic or imported – behind Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Spirited Away, Titanic and Frozen and the second-biggest domestic film ever, behind the Oscar-winning Spirited Away. It is also the first anime not directed by Hayao Miyazaki to earn more than $100 million (?10 billion) at the Japanese box office."

Post-Show Dinner at Mr Burger


By Josephine has been on our to eat list for years! Though located half an hour up north it was a bit travel, until we moved up to North Melbourne. We finally stopped by the week before the move back home. By then they didn't have the lavender creme brulee, as they did back years ago when we heard about them.

Jimmy Grants for a quick dinner, the beetroot salad was a bit basic. Lamb souv as delicious as always though it was really an entree, you'll need two to make a meal.

Tonight we saw 'Your Name' again. I have no idea how time travel works... there characters switch bodies and lives, but her time is 3yrs ago whereas he lives in the present (2016).

We saw both sub and dub. Preferred the dub, though we recommend seeing both sub then sub. There's things you'll only pick up the second time. With translations the American dubbed is much better, the jokes make sense as the words are slightly different. Like in the sub we couldn't tell if her friends were siblings or not. 

A magical story, though one I barely recall (it's just me). But it was good and definitely worth seeing! While the movie isn't online the soundtrack is and Andy has it on repeat!

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