Hey cutie! How are you? I really wanted to write this post yesterday but I was way too tired but I had the absolute best time at Hyper Japan with my gals
So I’ve been in bed pretty much all afternoon/evening so I have enough energy to write part 2 of the Manchester gal meet＼(￣▽￣)／
Where was I? Right, the cafe! So after everyone arrived it was time to go to karaoke! It was in a really cool building but boy there were so many stairs haha.
Hey cutie! How’re you? I’m currently sat at the opticians to sort out my contact lens so I thought I’d write a bit about the gal meet yesterday! ♡
I had such an amazing time and was able to see some of my old gals for the first time in like nearly 3 or so years. I missed them so much! (´,,•ω•,,)♡ And then I met some new gals for the very first time too which was exciting.
Piku and Daisy came to meet me at the train station where we were shortly joined by Devon. Everyone looked so cute ♡
I remember the first time I went to an international gyaru meet; I went with my gal Chewiee and honestly it was one of my favourite gyaru meets ever. That’s not to say that it was a completely smooth process – about half an hour before we met everyone I had a panic attack in our hotel room. I was just getting so worked up about meeting everyone and fearing that they wouldn’t like me! But it turned out that I didn’t have to worry after all as I had the most amazing time and everyone was so lovely.
Fast forward to now – my gyarusa QueenE have recently announced our big international gyaru meetup, Gyaru Jubilee, that’s happening over here in the U.K. and we’re SO excited for it! We’ve decided to put together a lil’ list of advice for first-timers because going to your first international gyaru meet can be a bit daunting, especially if you’re a newbie.
Christmas started as soon as we stepped out in the streets of Nottingham, head-to-toe in our Santa gear as we headed towards the Christmas market. By “we” I mean myself and QueenE gyarusa/gyaru circle members, and we looked fabulous! We didn’t have to walk for long and within moments we were greeted by wooden cabins with fake snow fluttering in the wind. No one batted an eyelid at our attire; well, it was December after all, so that’s basically Christmas!