Reading: Who Are you Calling Girly? by Eric Wilson
Ken's Ramen. Whenever it's cold, I immediately start to crave warm soups or stews, so I ordered the Tonkotsu Ramen with extra chashu pork, which was a bit dry, and corn. Although I enjoyed my meal, I wouldn't say it's a must try.
SanBar to buy a few more fish for my saltwater tank. I've actually been scouting out the perfect puffer fish for months now and I'm proud to say I found the prefect one! My porcupine puffer's name is Jacques and he loves to eat lettuce and swims up to me whenever I walk past the tank. He's the most interactive fish I've ever had. I believe the other fish is a queen angelfish, but it doesn't look like the other ones I've seen. My mum named it Ninja, since it has a mask around it's eyes. Unfortunately, it's very shy and hasn't eaten for the past two days.
I also bought some pro-American ice cream from Ben&Jerry's that day, since my APUSH teacher is super pro-America and has passed on the spirit to the class. He even has the flag painted on one wall plus various murals dedicated to past presidents. Americone Dream is one of my favorite ice creams of all time and just makes me love Stephen Colbert even more than I already do. The Boston Cream Pie flavor was good, but the texture was a bit grainy due to the cake pieces in it.
Going back to the topic of APUSH and patriotism, here's a music video of America telling England it's too late to apologize. We watched this in APUSH and besides it being really awkward, it's a great conversation starter. Really, who would've ever guessed that our founding fathers liked to jam together and play their fiddles on the top of a mountain? Check it out. You really should.