It was in the center to the room so you could walk around it, and there were a bunch of smaller glass cases attached to the side with stuff from the ship in them.
When I was there I was so excited that I started talking fast and using words that aren’t really English, like “look it’s a big buckety thing!” and my sister had to reassure her Bulgarian friend that she couldn’t understand me either.
XD That sounds like a really cool place
Then we all went and got Boba tea, it was a great multicultural experience.
You know, I’ve never had Boba ever… My parents tell me it’s disgusting, but I’m pretty sure they haven’t tried it either lol… We have a boba place about 4 minutes from our house, I’ll have to walk down there sometime… It sounds interesting… So many ellipsis…es…
They had some jewelry from Ur and I was all like, I know I guy from Ur!
Boba is good. Imagine a milkshake with weird balls of dough at the bottom that you drink through a giant straw.
It’s worth trying.
Have you ever tried mochi?
I have not… I feel like I’ve never even heard of it… Yet it sounds familiar…
I’ve only had it once, but it’s pretty good. It’s a ball of ice cream wrapped in a sweet dough. It was also the name of the cat in Big Hero 6, so maybe that’s where you heard it.
That sounds incredible… And OOHHH, the hairy baby, of course…
It’s made even more interesting by the fact the red bean ice cream is considered a normal thing in Asia, so if it’s pink it’s probably not strawberry.
According to IMDb –
Hiro: Thanks for understanding.
Baymax: [petting Mochi] Hairy baby! Hairy baaaby!
Hiro: All right, come on.
Baymax: Health care, your pers… personal Baymax companion.
Wait, I’ve eaten Mochi. One of my Twitter followers had some once.
Whoops. Never mind then.
You capitalized Mochi. Does this mean you’ve eaten an animated cat? Should I be concerned?
As I am one of your twitter followers, yes, at least one of your twitter followers has tried mochi.
…but you didn’t give me some.
I didn’t know you at the time, otherwise I would have thrown one as hard as I could in your direction and be sad when it didn’t get very far.
Yes, I think that attempt would have been predominantly unsuccessful.
Predominantly unsuccessful? Are you implying it would also be successful in some minor way?
Oh, I don’t know. I was in Pennsylvania at the time.
Well then I wouldn’t even be throwing it in the right direction. Surely that makes it wholly unsuccessful.
I suppose so.
Oopsy. I meant someone I’m following on Twitter. They’re not following me.
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