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  2. sallycinnamon

    [2018] Other Federations

    From the Swiss entry list it looks like Stephane Walker switched from singles to ice dance.
  3. Oh whoops I meant to say that they’re all event tickets, but I didn’t notice someone else had already asked about them anyway. I guess the answer is nobody knows for sure, so I’ll just have to just stay paranoid until I get there and find out.
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  5. sweetwater

    General Yuzuru Chat

    @dotsquare Sorry for being late to reply! The event is held in a space called "Sendai Ennnichi (仙台縁日)" owned by Sendai Hoso, a Sendai-based TV company which will air nationals in Miyagi. The event has been announced by them on their website shared by @yumeaki and on the poster as well. As yumeaki guessed, they'll exhibit photos by Sunao Noto. According to the info on the poster, they'll exhibit different phots in the first and second half of the exhibition respectively. Here is the map of the place. (2 Chome-1-18 Chūō, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi-ken 980-0021 is the address of Sendai Ennnichi) Fans in Sendai kindly shared photos of the place today. Seems like the poster is displayed on Sendai Ennich's wall. The third photo is the entrance of Sendai Ennnich.
  6. Bilge

    Otonal

    His hand gestures was what catch my attention while i first watch him. He not just uses his arms but extend the movements with his hands and firgertips, gorgeous
  7. Murieleirum

    General Yuzuru Chat

    That Yuzu face is everything oh mai god
  8. Murieleirum

    Skating on the Planet

    Ah, so that's why I prefer jumps to anything else and they're actually the thing that I learn the fastest... I have no self-preservation instincts whatsoever.
  9. LeadenMyr

    Team Russia

    Did a Zhenya doodle and I'm so nervous about Russian nats
  10. Lunna

    General Yuzuru Chat

    So pretty hope there will be some exhibition in March too
  11. yumeaki

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Both parts in Sendai and will be held at Sendai Ennichi. Judging by 'Vol. 10', I guess this should be the 10th series of exhibition of photos taken by Nodo-san. You can find the announcement of the event on the venue's website here: http://www.ox-tv.co.jp/en/#event Entrance is free!
  12. yude

    Banana Fish

    This is exactly it, look at the comments below the preview of episode 23, there are over 250 comments and looked like they are all devastated (and so am I).
  13. ralucutzagy

    Random Thought Theater

    The only dessert we make for Christmas is our traditional cozonac and it looks kinda like this: And since I'm not a baking ace, it's my mom's job to do it every year. I usually cook the rest of the food and she helps me but dessert is only her expertise lol. All other sorts of cookies and cakes, we bake or buy for NYE/D.
  14. Sombreuil

    Random Thought Theater

    Delegate - a few years ago I used to half kill myself feeding lots of people between 23.12. and 1.1. Not to mention making Christmas puddings and fruit cakes with marzipan and icing and mince pies in advance for several relatives. The year I spent pretty solidly in the kitchen from dinner on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, lunch on Boxing Day, a couple of drinks parties, dinner on NYE, and lunch on NYD left me worn out and determined to do it differently. Now my husband does Christmas Eve dinner, I do the one on Christmas Day, everyone is left to forage in the fridge and freezer on Boxing Day, and I’ll do either NYE or NYD not both. If there’s a drinks party I get the food from the supermarket ready made and puddings and cakes get delegated round the family. My mother was a bit of a Christmas martyr in the kitchen and it was a sobering moment when I realised I was turning into her!
  15. rockstaryuzu

    Random Thought Theater

    In my family, we do a ton of Christmas baking. This year I made fruitcakes. I don't do them every year because they have to be aged a month in rum-soaked cheesecloth, which requires planning ahead, which I'm not always free to do. Everyone in my family, including my brother, bakes gingerbread men for Christmas if we get a chance. And I'm thinking about trying to make my own mincemeat pies this year. What does everyone here do?
  16. Adding on to this, the app is free for the first 30 days but the website is always free and can be used on mobile. I also find google maps public transit planner is pretty spot on for Japan.
  17. yuzuonice

    General Yuzuru Chat

    there's a Spanish guitar but no Javi?? This post is cancelled! 😂 (jk, thanks for sharing, I always love these Christmas-y ones)
  18. vanadiezz

    General Yuzuru Chat

    Dunno about the others, but LeBron make a school for underprivileged children at his home town. I know about this coz my friends discussed about him before.
  19. Sombreuil

    Random Thought Theater

    Christmas in our family revolves around a very large real Christmas tree, which is decorated with glass ornaments and lights and tinsel - the ornaments range from a handful of rather battered ones that came from my grandparents house, through some that I remember on our tree when I was a child to the ones we bought as our children were growing up, and a few that they made in primary school. A lot of friends and relatives have colour themed trees, and change the theme every few years, or match it to the decor of the house, but to me the multicoloured mishmash of old and new and the memories that they carry is the best. I remember a few years ago some friends bringing relatives from SA for drinks at Christmas time and their amazement at the tree and the fact that it was real - one said it looked like the tree in the Nutcracker ballet, filling the big bay window and sending the scent of pine through the house. Getting it up and stable and decorating it is a big deal, though it gets done in increments these days as people have favourite ornaments that have to be saved until they come home - it won’t be finished until Christmas Eve this year. https://imgur.com/a/bRqr26A The least Christmassy tree anyone I know had was a black twig tree with white baubles and purple lights- but it matched their ultra modern sitting room perfectly.
  20. rockstaryuzu

    General Yuzuru Chat

    I can understand this worry, but if you go back and look at some of the things Brian's been saying in the past year, but especially since the Olympics, I think he's learned what he needs as a coach to be able to manage expectations. Stephen isn't the first young phenom Brian has had charge of, and he won't be the last. I'd be more worried about Skate Canada. As an organization, it sometimes seems a bit clumsy in how it handles skaters with high potential.
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