So last weekend I went to Pacific Mall. It's the largest indoor Asian mall in North America. It was pretty kickass, with so many things that you wouldn't see in any other mall in Canada. Like DVDs that cost $20 for 7 of them. Depending on how lucky you are, some of them are actually DVD quality. The rest? A poorly compressed video of a guy in the movie theatre with a camcorder. Nice. And it's all perfectly legal, I'm sure.
Here are crappy cell phone pictures of other fun stuff.
This is basically what it looks like in there.
A robot liger. Awesome. The liger is pretty much my favourite animal.
This turtle's neck is friggin long. I think it's a mutant. And probably a teenager.
Hairy tattooed man-ass.
You can't really see it, but this is a screen along one of the hallways where they show a live feed of people getting tattoos inside the store. Neat.
Ancient stone relics guard the women's washroom.
Awesome fake iPods.
The other thing I did last weekend was extremely nerdy. I probably shouldn't be making this public. I waited in line to buy a Nintendo Wii. It's not as bad as some people; I only waited 3 hours, indoors, as opposed to the poor bastards who waited since 2 A.M. in the cold. I didn't even intend to wait in line...I just drove by the mall and happened to see a security guard letting a bunch of people in early, so I followed the crowd and ended up with a good place in a line. It would've been just wrong to give up such a privileged spot, right? Right? I'm normal right?
I managed to avoid getting shot. I guess Nintendo fans are less prone to violence than followers of Sony. There was almost a fight at the front of the line, though, so maybe not.
Here is a picture of the other hopeless losers in line with me. At least some were smart enough to bring chairs and/or entertainment with them.