Astral Viking (kriatyrr) wrote,
Astral Viking



Went out shopping. Whee.
Black Cat Kaffe- og Tehus:
Matcha. wow, this stuff is expensive. It's probably cheaper to do drugs. But if I am to have Green Tea Ice Cream again, I'm going to have to make it myself, probably.. And that means I need Matcha. (Note to self: check if any Japanese restaurants in town serve Green Tea Ice Cream)
Also got some plain rooibush. Now I have five varieties I can serve my caffeine-avoidant family when they visit! (and over fifty different kinds of real tea)

Panduro Hobby:
Green beads and green copper thread. I want to try to make bead jewelery, like that cute ring Nina gave Ayu in Ultra Maniac. Only green. ^_^

Clas Ohlson:
I seriously love that store. Got various plastic boxes for storage, green dye (for clothes.. I wonder where I can get green dye for my hair), and a laser pointer. I've wanted one since I was a kid. Now I finally have one.
What amused me is that the packaging said it was not suitable for children under 18 :)
Also multiple warnings to not look directly into the light, nor to point it at the eyes of people or animals. Any of you guys know what degree of danger is involved? At what distance and exposure time is it dangerous, and how dangerous?

It's a good time to go to bed, so I'm going to try out my new sleeping drug now, after I have some rooibush.
Tags: drugs, green things, nifty things, tea

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