So, I bought this three-piece suit today for very cheap from a second hand store.
It fits me almost perfectly which is crazy surprising.
It was made in the 70’s and has a bitchin’ paisley lining that you can’t see in this photo.
So, today was the first day of Wellington Armageddon.
I had two cosplays lined up for it, this one of the Fifth Doctor that I wore today and a Cecil from Welcome to Night Vale that I’m going to wear on Monday.
The pants and the coat were made by xamiaarc and the other bits were sourced from various stores and things around the place.
I absolutely love how it all turned out, Xamia did a tremendous job and everyone should buy something from her Etsy store.
There was a mouse in my bedroom.
I discovered it at about 11:30 at night while it was attempting to steal the packaging from packet of chips I had just eaten and then I spent the next half an hour trying to extricate it from my wardrobe with a towel and a long stick.
Then my mum came in, wondering what the fuck I was doing that late at night. She ended up putting a trap down and evicting me to my brother’s room who has moved out completely.
I have to applaud the mouse though, had it not tried to squeeze the packet through the crack between my drawers and my plastic storage boxes I don’t think I would have noticed that it was gone until morning when I would be utterly freaked out.
I kind of want to do a thing on this blog where I record Shakespeare monologues and post them here as audio posts.
Both so I can get feedback from people but also so I can hear myself and be able to work on my voice more as well as learning more Shakespeare.
Every few days or so I’ll ask for opinions on which monologue I should do next. Then if I’m unfamiliar with the play, I’ll spend time reading it through to become acquainted with the characters before finally recording and posting the monologue.
Do you guys think this is a good idea? If so, which monologue do you think I should do first?
The after-hours clinic the other day had a Finn from Adventure Time pain scale chart thing.
It was kind of surreal for me.