They renovated our local 7-11. Look at those balloons on opening day! Wow! Crazy, right? And the flowers! Those big flower arrangements are par for the course in Japan when a business opens (or in this case reopens.) I guess it is a way of saying, “Hey, look at us!” I am not sure who purchases the flowers. The business, I presume?
So we got our snackies. I usually buy at a regular supermarket since it is usually cheaper, but sometimes I shop at convenience stores.
More snackies I like those Allfort on the bottom. Yum.
We have snacks in the refrigerated section. On FB, somebody posted about how the snacks like these are wonderful in convenience stores. Yes, I guess they are. Since I live here, I have stop noticing that sort of thing. But I think these little cakes and parfaits are probably quite good.
It is really obvious that 7-11 is copying the donuts Mr. Donuts. (Same style, cheaper price) It makes no difference to me. I’m on a diet.
Kyunshi! きゅん死 !
This is a word that means “DEATH BY CUTENESS!!”
My husband said, “That word will not be on your test.” He is such a pragmatist.
I don’t care. I love it.
Death by cuteness!!!!!!!! Death by cuteness!!!!!!!!!!!!! kyunshi!!!!!!! kyunshi!!!!!!!!!