Okay, I admit. I did miss out on so much live group content regarding kigurumi.
But to be fair, a lot of those were events, specific fanfares, or livestreams that simply had more guests than usual. They're essentially the same party-oriented occassions that you and I regularly prepare kigurumi. Nobody said to me that we are ever going to make a full podcast featuring kigurumi onesies?
But that... my folks, is precisely what Hasan and gang did the other day at Fear&. The best part? The kigurumi onesies were fresh from the package! It is the very first light of the day for their comfy avatars.
Oh and, a good portion of their discussion was about their recent-ish trip to Japan too.
The first phase of their reminscing session, all their kigurumi onesies are still pretty much in default mode. There were a lot of fun to be had, as they say. But there were also a lot of embarrassing mistakes, the most fundamental of which is securing a good place to stay that, you know, keeps the structure of a normal lodging intact.
The end of the first phase. Austin explains something about not being able to stay with the gang. The reason? Travel time delays. Like, an entire day or two because of relatively "unexpected" locations. Happens quite often to most of us, right?
How can you easily prove that you went somewhere without any pictures? Bring souvenirs! Make it simple, but make it memorable. At least get the ones that would invite a small chuckly to your comrades whenever they see the item in question.
Oh hey, how did you guess that they went to an sea otter cafe by just looking at the image? To be honest, that's a far more memorable gift to me than an expensive figure that I can't even put anywhere in my office. At least the huggable is going to be hugged by an equally huggable entity.
The seashell is a representation of an sea otter's primary object of fascination. Well, actually any shiny object will do. But let us all agree that seashells are simply far better in terms of being a potential squishy souvenir. Plus, you can freely change the theme of the item whenever you want to!
And the fair sea otter is now resting on the front stage along with the main cast, to live happily ever after. The End!
(Watch the full podcast here.)