This was the third Anime Expo I attended (here’s 2011 and 2012). The novelty had worn off a little, but I wanted to go one last time just for the hell of it, and also because I wanted to try getting in with a free badge after the designated time (had paid for my badge the last two years). Ela, her sister Angela, and Lilli had never been to it before, nor were they really into anime I think. Quite frankly, I wasn’t that up to date with them either, but the atmosphere has always been nice at the convention:
Shingeki no Kyojin cosplayers were abound, and some took the stage at the Crunchyroll booth. I even spotted a titan perusing a booth in beige undies! I was excited and amused at his cosplay.
All the Adventure Time merchandise you need.
 According to Ottie, I am a disgrace.
Ottie: YOU DONT RECOGNIZE LEFT FOR DEAD
Ottie: YOU WILL LOSE NERD POINTS WITH YOUR FANS
Ottie: francis is missing
Ottie: lol 3 original characters, one from L4D2
Hey, while I know of L4D, I don’t play games; the last time I tried Halo 3, my roommates were so proud of me getting an average of one kill an hour. And I don’t think I have fans. There were actually more cosplayers from that scene on the left of this capture, but I thought that this was a more interesting comp. XD
We went to Mongols for dinner. It was my first time there, since it’s so nondescript that I tend to walk past it every time I walk on Gayley Avenue. Mongols is a buffet in the sense that you get a small bowl and try to squeeze as many ingredients as you can in that bowl before you take it to the staff to fry on the hot plate.
So hungry looking at these food.
By the by, I’m already back in Singapore, but I am so backlogged in my posts that you can probably expect to see more of my time in California for the next month or so. :D