This is the sequel of Mah Taiwanese Birthday. If you didn't read that one yet, go ahead and click the link. Really, such a special day.
Okay. And so... If you remember, I promised to tell you about the birthday party at Davids house.
I think the Taiwanese people, at least in the circles I am meeting, are very happy about documenting important things such as certificate givings, present giving, club meetings, job/title promotion of a person of any sorts, birthday and in reality pretty much anything that can be documentet. So that's why we lined up cake, presents (both the ones worthy of notice from my 15 liter snack surplus I got in school and some of those I received from the family already.)
Some presents from my classmates that Joni found cute.
Receiving more mooncake from ama while the television is babbling about super typhoons attacking Taiwan and Japan.
And all of a sudden, I was transformed into a real chinese between the picture takings! WTF?
Yeah. Keep sitting there on your butts doing nothing and thinking the world is all easy. You wouldn't believe me if I told you I've already taken over all of china, even though I'm in my royal dresses already. Also, you probably wouldn't take your time to zoom onto the eyes of my vietnamese terminator model here. I promise you: Your days are numbered.
I can pour up real chinastyle tea too. Although I'm actually doing it wrong here. You have to use your nails, otherwise you'll get burned since the ~95 degrees C water inside transfers the heat pretty fast through the tiny teapot.
Finally's done. That was really much more of a birthday than I had expected. I was actually afraid it was going to be one of the most unspecial 18 year birthdays for a dane in a long time, but I'm actually quite sure that this was much better than attempting to drink 18 shots of straight hard liquor on a night and what's worse or whatever.
Thank you to all the people who celebrated my birthday so much.