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Mesti Datang! The HobbyCon 2013 Experience!Earlier this year, my friends and I were invited to be overseas guests for HobbyCon in Sabah, Malaysia.Mesti Datang! The HobbyCon 2013 Experience! by behindinfinity
Time flew by very fast, and before we knew it...
Our first day was spent doing a lot of eating, thanks to our guide Alyssa I will justify it as us fueling up for an action-packed weekend! We tried nasi lemak for the first time (LOVED IT), had some shaved ice desserts after, then a big dinner of clay pot rice, stir-fry noodles with clams, really tasty chicken wings, etc. and THEN we still raided Pick N' Pay for our midnight snacks because we love convenience stores and we wanted to try things we don't have in Manila.
We planned our cosplays ahead with Team Kachang Puteh, the guests from Singapore. Our theme for the first day of HobbyCon was Shingeki no Kyojin!
:iconmerkymerx: Miguel - Eren Jaeger
:iconbehindinfinity: Jin - Mikasa Ackerman
:iconweakman: Dom - Jean Kirschtein
:iconkitska: Kitska - Levi
:icondorkodile: Tessie - Hanji Zo
Asahina Brothers x Reader - Part1Asahina Brothers x Reader - Part1 by otaku-chibi-chan
You wake up on a sunny, beautiful morning. Today is the beginning of summer vacation and everybody is up to go travelling
somewhere, relaxing with their family or girlfriend, or sister/brother or friends or whatsoever. Enjoying the sun, laughing together, or just simply doing nothing - Everyone except a single little creep. Yes, here you are, getting ready for work. You were assigned to work at the asahina house. Helping them with laundry, cooking, learning and other stuff.
You were everything but happy. Well your "parents" apparently didn´t give a crap about you since they´ve abandoned you a long
time ago, because "you are just a nuisance in their life".
You have somehow survived alone without them. When you were little you
lived together with many other children in an orphanage. You refused to go to another family as an adopted child. When you were
14 you finally managed to leave that place and convinced the Adults who worked at the orphanage that you would live in your own little f