(sweatdrop) sorry for the lag! Work ate me alive this week, and it's going to be even crazier the next couple weeks due to it being the "Yes, 34,000 Students Are About to Descend Upon Us En Masse Again" time of year. (There are more students at this university than there are people in my whole home town.) I've got to work again tomorrow, but right now I'm going 'screw it, it's Friday night' so I've got some materia ice ("fire" style materia ice, just for the mental whiplash XD) and it's officially down time for a couple hours. Yay for Fridays!
Him and Sephiroth just saw Phantom of the Opera recently.
Cool! Andrew Lloyd Webber's version, or one of the other makes of it? The closest I've ever been to Broadway (despite the theater tech major) was getting to see Lloyd Webber's Phantom in Chicago when I was in junior high. I still have the dress I wore... can't wear it anymore, though; I was several inches shorter at the time... Has he got any particular favorite shows?
Actually, Jenova is contained and sleeping quietly.
Whew! Also, GO YAZUU! I already knew he was awesome, this is now an extra case of extra bonus awesome with sprinkles on top. :3
I can't imagine being able to fall asleep with someone scraping plaque off my teeth with a metal hook.
XDDD Me either! Well -- kind of? Maybe? Like, if you think of it like getting your hair brushed or trimmed? Except with... er... sharp metal pointy bits owww. Okay, I can't imagine it either.
Cloud and I watch our guy bonding programs together.
Awwwwww. <333 What kind of guy bonding programs? Like, monster car rallies or motorcycle racing or stuff like that? (Given his affection for motorcycles, I could see Cloud being into, like, those motocross racing computer games.)
Speaking of food, if you ever get up this way...I'll take you to lunch. We have a couple little hole in the wall diners here that have pretty good food. ^_^
Coool! Same thing if y'all ever end up around here -- we've got an amazing array of mom-and-pop restaurants, with moms-and-pops from all over the globe on account of the number of international students.
I'm not sure about Peruvian specifically, but we've got several good South American restaurants; they tend to emphasize Mexican because that's what people have heard of up here, but then you get the places that sometimes make saltenas and this one type of cookie that they only make in Bolivia. And we've got just about every other nationality of food too.
Off the top of my head there's Korean, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese, French, Italian, German, Turkish, Greek, Lebanese, Iranian, Israeli, Mexican/Bolivian/Brazilian, and for a while we even had an Australian restaurant -- not just the generic grill joint with the fake accents, an actual Australian restaurant with a proprietress who was originally from Scotland and then spent 30 years down under before her professor husband got sent here. Basically you name it we've probably got it. (Except Tibetan and Ethiopian. Those are two I've always wanted to track down sometime because nobody around here does them. ^_~)