Friday, May 8, 2009

The Pom Pom Zone!




Akubi is Awesome.

18 comments:

Kitty said...

PomPom Akubi is Awesome!

FirstFlowy(V) said...

PomPomMurst first!

edgar said...

Hi Akubi!

I thought you might like these [flaming-lips-pics].

Anonymous said...

I love Pomeranians!

Akubi said...

Hi Guyz!
I thought I'd waste a bit of time online before (finally) getting my haircut and Tumblr is quite a vortex one can easily be sucked into. Maybe I'm following too many people to make much sense of the chaos.

@Flowy,
How many are you following?

@Edgar,
Good finds! Now you have yet another blog to confuse us with...?!
Granted I have quite a few myself. Blogger should have an inactive feature on blogs that appear with one's profile, so one can keep them for one's archives, but not confuse people with dead blogs. Unlike you, I hate deleting anything (maybe it has to do with spending too much time with databases - or perhaps just a fondness for collecting junk).

@Anon,
I love Pom Poms too! All of these horrible puppy mills have really done harm to purebreds and their owners who constantly feel politically incorrect at the dog park.

Akubi said...

BTW, I'm following 71 people.

Anonymous said...

Oh Akubi... so many followings...

I just follow 8... not too many...

I want to put new stuff up although retumblring is fun too...

FlowyFlowyFlowy(V) said...

That was me on the last comment...

edgar said...

hi akira,

That blog is usually not open to the public. I was using it for pic links but started leaving it open after I left a link over at wease's. It was easier to link to the post than to two different pics.

Akubi said...

Uh oh - now I seem to be following 72 people. Perhaps I rather like visual and textual overload as long as it isn't on TV.

Akubi said...

Hi Edgar!
So given the 72 people I follow and god knows how many RSS feeds I subscribe to, where am I most likely to find you these days?

Akubi said...

Anyway, I finally got my haircut to the proper bob length I prefer and the Vietnamese lady asked if I was a "real American" - ummm, I was born here and my parents were born here and my grandparents, etc...

Akubi said...

Note to Akira: This needs to be posted on Edgar's Toilet!

Akubi said...

Now I'm following 73 people!
Where's my gold Tumblarity medal?

Akubi said...

So this lady has been cutting my hair for years – she's a total perfectionist who understands straight hair and blunt cuts (and charges me half the price of one of my dogs at the groomer) – yet doesn't have a strong command of the English language and spends much of the time chatting in Vietnamese with the other ladies at the salon. It has always made me feel a bit self conscious and paranoid, but in the end, I think it's worth it. Anyway, prior to the "real American" question they’d been chatting among themselves and looking at me while my hair was being cut.
When I asked about the American question, my stylist informed me that they had decided I was "fren".

Akubi said...

Later, I realized they meant "French" yet I don't look remotely French. When I'm in France, I'm assumed to be German or Austrian or something - yet I'm not French, German or Austrian.
I'm a f-ing Pomeranian :)!
All I can say is that I like the fact that I don't look "American" per se - it has made travelling so much easier.

Kitty said...

"I'm a f-ing Pomeranian :)!"

That made me howl Akubi... It must be so obvious... how could they miss it?

I try and wear my tail everywhere I go so everyone knows what I am... a kitty!

edgar wanna cracker said...

pick one i check them all from time to time. lately i have been posting new material to pplp again.