Wednesday, April 14

Letters to God - Hilarious ones!

PLUS! 6 Things to do in Tokyo
I found an article of the following title on the web. And since I couldn't find a way to share the entire thing on this blog, I'd cropped out the images and the list from the site! I didn't exactly manage to complete all 6 things while I was in Tokyo several days ago!

ABOVE: Nope, only had the usual udon and soba (buckwheat noodles) while there!
ABOVE: Thankfully, I did see the snow-capped mountain! But it was completely covered in snow, unlike this one.
ABOVE: Definitely not been there.
ABOVE: Went to an onsen and went back feeling pretty disgusted. Other than that, it was fun - all that Edo-era stuff.
The tour guide from our Mt. Fuji trip mentioned it as we cruised by in the bus. It was where much of the melodrama unfolded in the Hollywood hit 'Lost in Translation'. Didn't go to this tho...
ABOVE: Umm, duh! Who in the hell doesn't shop while on vaca?! Japanese goods are sooo kawaii, but not as affordable. I'd recommend Shinjuku and Harajuku Street, 'cos Shibuya and Ginza are much too fancy and exxy!

Anyway, travel aside, I came across this fun webpage where kids write their personal letters to God, albeit with some hard-to-read penmanship! Most of them just crack me up! Here are a few examples:

"If you examined a hundred people who had lost their faith in Christianity, I wonder how many of them would turn out to have reasoned out of it by honest argument? Do not most people simply drift away?"
- C.S. Lewis


1 comment:

  1. whoa!! ur hilarious!!
    instant fan!! :D


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