My youngest sister had been bugging me since March 2012 about a Vocaloid-themed convention which she desperately wanted to attend. She was so excited that she asked me to buy tickets a few days after pre-sold ones were available — and because of that, we officially became Guests #1 and #2!
Summer is almost over so I wanted to have one last getaway before it ends. My colleagues announced that the next team building destination would be Magalawa Island in Zambales.
My previous Philips and Sennheiser cans retired after their wires snapped. I bought a cheap around-the-ear mini-headphones from a famous otaku store but it only lasted for a month. Wiring issues have become my usual dilemma. I am having a hard time looking for someone who could repair my headphones as well.
I needed new headphones badly and I don’t want to buy ordinary nor generic ones anymore.
PowerMac is my favorite headphones supplier. The only problem is that not all of their products can be tested prior to purchasing them.
I love rock music more than any other genre so I require my headphones to have very defined sound quality, dynamic bass, reduced treble and (of course) a reasonable price. So far, only a few Sennheiser level-entry headphones fit the bill. Unfortunately, all Sennheiser cans are tightly sealed so the salesladies refused my request of trying them out. I think I spent about 15 minutes looking at all the available items in PowerMac, while reading and trusting only their descriptions, before I finally stumbled upon “The STRETCH” …
EVENT: Trip to Boracay 2012
DATE: March 24-27, 2012
We had a photoshoot showcasing Japanese fashion. I decided to go Harajuku-style, although this is a bit toned-down compared to the real ones.
My eccentricities can either be awesome or awful for other people.
Some have accepted who I am and they would prefer that I have this “dark” aura while some want me to change and loosen all the weirdness.
Either way, I am just glad that all of them are aware of my unusual habits and tolerate them…
Heeyy, I don’t bite! ☻