But never again (the leg shaving was a bugger!) ^_^
However, I do have photos of me cosplaying as Lord Alberto of impact (Giant Robo bad guy) and looking cool (for possibly the only time in my life!)
And recently re-discovered, more photos of me as Lord Alberto and as an added bonus, photos of me at Anime day 2+3 as Amaterasu of Mikado (The Five Star Stories) and Lavar (Vampire princess Miyu), tho with that cosume, it could have been just about anybody inside!
Tsunami (the great wave) Tsunami are caused when earthquakes in the ocean floor cause a massive amount of water to build into a wave. When this hits land, it causes terrible damage all along the seaboard.
However, that is not where I nicked the nickname from. When I first saw TenchiMuyo (No need for Tenchi), I was taken with the ship (Tsunami), and its character. Very powerful, but very serene. I decided to use the name, and only later became aware that it was also more commonly associated with terrible destruction.
My website can be found at http://www.jyurai.co.uk/. A big fan of Mamoru Nagano's manga, TheFiveStarStories Now working as a Website admin. I have just started my own blog called Harbour waves - covering topics that interest, alarm or tickle me. For those that are interested, you can view it [here]. --Tsunami Livejournal RSS feed [here].
However, it has recently been switched over to the latest beta version of Blogger, and for some reason, won't let me log in, so no updates until this is fixed :( --Tsunami
Hey Tsunami, yesterday a friend who's a member invited Liz and me to a service at a Japanese Buddhist splinter group called Shinnyo-en. Most of us sat in a big marquee while the actual ceremony went on inside the temple, which we watched by videolink, and there was a guy in there among the bigwigs who was the spitting image of you. I'm 95% convinced it wasn't... but it'd be nice to have your confirmation to lay my doubts to rest... (assuming of course that you do indeed say no!) --MJ
Not me, spent all of yesterday in the garage making a workbench and have never been to a Japanese Buddhist splinter group of any sort. --Tsunami
I thought as much... but the resemblance was so uncanny! (You might have had something to do with splinter groups if you were woodworking yesterday though ;) --MJ
Surprisingly not one splinter was to be had, and only one small cut to a finger. I was quite surprised! :) --Tsunami
It's coming up to that time of the year again, my birthday :( So, those that are interested I thought we might go to our favourite curry house and partake :) All those in favour of doing so on the evening of Saturday the 13th say aye!