Exclusive!! Liveblogging TGS 2007 prep!

Yes, you read it here exclusively — in-depth details on what goes into the making of a TGS trip!

Saturday | 8:23 p.m.
Man, gotta do some laundry or this is gonna be one rank trip. The weather in Japan is supposed to be up in the 80s all week, which could be a problem! I only have clothes for San Francisco, where the high is only ever about 70.

Saturday | 9:10 p.m.
Daaaaang that drier needs some oiling. You can hear it squeaking down the block.

Saturday | 10:43 p.m.
I wish my neighbors wouldn’t let their creepy cat have free run of the common areas. It acts all clingy and friendly when I wash my clothes and then bites me if I pet it. Stupid monster.

Sunday | 7:50 a.m.
OK, all packed. I’m taking my tiny bag this year, and it is absolutely stuffed with essentials. This will prevent me from wasting money on stupid frivolities. I still have TG16 games from last year that I haven’t even touched yet. It’s pretty dumb. Stupid consumerist conditioning.

Sunday | 8:10 a.m.
OK, gotta go soon, but my shoes are all falling apart. Guess it’s time to break out the secret weapon: The hidden ToastyShoes. Japan is not ready for this.

Sunday | 8:24 a.m.
You know, liveblogging trivial non-events is the worst thing to come from the Internet ever.

Real posts forthcoming, honest.

17 thoughts on “Exclusive!! Liveblogging TGS 2007 prep!

  1. You are so cruel! What happened between the liveblog entries?!?! What did you eat and drink? What kind of socks are you to wear with those kicks? What brand of shampoo was used, assuming you even showered? See, we hardly know anything! We need details!

    This is the most infuriating thing I have EVER read.

  2. Those are pretty wicked shoes.

    While I agree that liveblogging trivial non-events is the worst thing to come from the Internet ever (well one of, there are worse things), I am also interested as to what your portable gaming will consist of.

  3. While I agree that the kicks are a-rockin’, I must request verification that your luggage contains no pairs of shorts.

    Seriously, if you wear shorts with those shoes I will lose all respect for you as a human being.

  4. Shorts? Hah, as if. Alexis is right, but here is an even more salient fact to know about me: It is 90 degrees and humid in Tokyo and I still refuse to wear a short-sleeved shirt without layering something beneath it. My flesh was not meant to be seen by other humans.

  5. Mr. Parish, it seems we suffer from the same affliction: I too wear long sleeves only. When I worked at a garden center several years back, my co-workers asked me if I was cold-blooded. I responded with a withering stare, before making myself scarce. Being a gentleman, it goes without saying that I do not wear short-pants.

  6. …and the comment itself didn’t appear. Go me!

    Anyway, seems like you have the Biting Cat in your building. You might need an Iriomote breed to chase it off.

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