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I am currently looking for internships for the summer, and it really proves harder than it looks like. I would be happy to send my resume to serious employees who are interested.
I ate a new ice cream yesterday called Magnum Gold ?!
Seriously, with the ?! part.
I recommend you to try it. The usually chocolate cover of the ice-cream is a gold color. So even if the taste of the ice-cream is average, you will enjoy looking at the color of the ice-cream and will want to buy it again.
I had mentioned iGoogle (Google’s customizable page) in one of my previous posts, when trying to find a layout style for keşfekeder, which was an unlaunched project for VA 301 suggested by my friend Ezgi.
I use the tea house theme for my own iGoogle, which I think is wonderful because it changes all the time. I love foxes and the illustration of this particular fox is amazingly cute. Plus it changes during the day. Check this out:
You might have noticed the spirits there at 03:14 who eat the oranges which are offerings, they are some kind of a Yōkai which are a class of preternatural creatures in Japanese folklore ranging from the evil oni (ogre) to the mischievous kitsune (fox) or snow woman Yuki-onna.
Oh how I wish I still played the guitar. I know I’m guilty, I’m lazy, I wish I had the guts to ignore the pain in my left pinkie and start playing again.
I know Emily the Strange is a character that could be nowadays called kitsch because it’s been too repetitive, but I still like her. I love the electric guitar design (produced by Emily the Strange and Epiphone). *Sigh*
Here are some images that I think will be helpful of the VA 301 class to define the style of Bitpazarı, the second-hand/ handmade clothing and accessory shop.
More photos from Attic Vintage, which is very close to the image of Bitpazarı in my head:
Another vintage clothing store, peanutbreath, has a wide selection of vintage clothing too. I think this one is not bad, although the Attic has much more options. I like the clothing racks of peanutbreath though.
I really also liked retrostar, which is in Australia, just look at the store. Love the changing rooms.
So I guess these kinds of places have rows and rows of clothing in a large location where people have to thumb through for a long time to find something just for them. But this might be more attracting since most of the clothes are one of a kind.