This is a pretty typical attire I would wear for running errands. I wore this for my Japanese lessons, which are situated in the heart of our crappy capital. Heart of capital usually means, lots of traffic, and we do have a lot of those! I’ve been trying so hard to be a good pedestrian I think I should get an award or something: “Best street crossing for 2014 goes to the girl with the drunkard stare”
Seriously though, I’m so sick of cars, and buses and angry drivers sending warm “greetings” towards my whole family and especially my mom.
Every time I step on a zebra and someone decides to play “human” and stop their car, I always hear them afterwards shouting or impatiently gaining speed with screeching tires and all, as if those 3 seconds that took me to cross, would be the mere thing that would ruin their otherwise cheerful day. Why would you even stop, if you’re going to be such an ass about it.
Now every time I step on a freakin zebra I have to cling to my groceries, and run for my dear life, battling the wind and various grannies that are in the way, just because someone is in a hurry to go home and masturbate.
Do you have similar experiences on the road? Would love to hear your stories!
The whole outfit here is thrifted, apart from the Satan shoes, bracelet and my staple bag, which is now deformed from all this overusing and kinda looks like a squished potato.
The t-shirt you probably remember from my “March Favorites” post, the cardigan is a new gem I stumbled upon while thrifting with my sis. It was very hot in the store and when I pulled out this huge, warm, fat, heavy cardigan my sister almost had a heart attack and exclaimed “Are you crazy, it’s freakin Summer now!”… Invest for the future sis, invest for the future!