Non-stop Otaku-ism

Day of Hearts

First of all, I would like to greet you all a one big HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

How is your day? Did you receive a chocolate from a certain someone?

Whether its a Tomo choco, Giri choco or a Honmei choco we should all be thankful for what we’ve received.

I don’t care much about Valentines day, but I celebrate it yearly with my lovely waifu so I’m very thankful for this
year as well.

While in Japan girls give chocolate to guys to show appreciation.  On some part of the world this day is celebrated by couples by spending time and being together or to some others who are still single,  this days is one of their opportunity to court their targets. 😄

Here are my nendoroids giving a little example

Priecia:  I-its not that I’m giving this to you because I-I wanted to

There are those who gives choco but defines it as how sweet their feelings towards someone.

Hinagiku: T-take it or if you don’t want it I can just throw it away.

Some gives flowers as a sign of their love to their partners.  Because flower symbolizes pure and genuine feelings.

Homura:   I hope you like my present for you

There are some who gives what their partners will appreciate more than those mentions above.  Since a material thing will exist forever rather than a choco that you will eventually eat or a a flower that will wither.  A material thing will definitely be a remembrance for you specially when you end up together as lifetime partner, it will be a treasure forever.

Milhiore:  Pleace accept my Love for you~

While there are those who show their feelings through pure actions and not by material things.  For there is no greater than love that is brought by pure will and sheer effort.

 

Let us always remember in our hearts and minds that even though its not valentines everyday, we should still show our love not just to our partners but with our friends, family and loved ones.  Spread the love around the world~

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3 responses

  1. i spent it with my beloved Fate ❤

    February 15, 2015 at 12:03 am

  2. how’d you make a mini nendo box??

    May 25, 2015 at 12:03 pm

    • Hello Valerie. I scanned every side of the box of my nendoroid to a computer scanner. Then I printed them out on a glossy photo paper to capture the shininess of the original box.

      Another method if you do not have a scanner is to take a picture of your Nendoroid box and then print them out 🙂

      May 26, 2015 at 3:05 am

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