Two Things: Tape & …


1. Rolls of tape are pictured above. Tape is awesome; I collect tape. mt makes tape with the best texture (it neither loses its stickiness nor rips paper when it’s pulled from a paper surface). Regardless, my favorite roll is by MMMG. It’s pink and it repeats the phrase, “You are not ugly” over and over again. I would show a picture, but alas, that roll has been misplaced.

The beauty of mt tape: ♥

Do you find yourself collecting anything unusual?

2. Krispy Kreme > Mister Donut > Dunkin Donuts. Yes? No?

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  • Reply Amy March 3, 2012 at 2:38 am

    That video is so cute! It really reminds me of Pingu, for some reason. Tape is a pretty random thing to collect, but then again I don’t think I’ve ever seen pretty tape here. The weirdest thing I collect is probably train tickets. It’s not intentional, but I always end up with dozens of them floating around in pockets and at the bottom of bags. When I was younger, I went into the city two or three times a week and it got to the point where I could look at a train ticket and read it like a diary (I went to the cinema with x & y and that was the day that z happened, that kind of thing.) I also collect books which I never get round to reading, but everybody does that. Oh, and Moleskines.

    As for your second question: I have no idea. We’re deprived in the UK and have none of those things, at least not where I live.

  • Reply Macca March 8, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    That’s the tape that you put on my box of candy. 😀 The ‘you are not ugly’ one, I mean. I meant to post a pic because I found it so amusing. I was like, “Oh, thank-you, box.” Now I want to buy tapes when I am in Japan. I think there was a bit of a glittery tape phase here when I was about 13, and people used to write their names on it and wrap it around their pencils, but not since then that I’ve noticed.

    I also collect train tickets; every single one that hasn’t been taken from me by ticket machines and ticket inspectors since I was 16. I have hundreds.

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