So Andrew finally got his haircut. It’s a little high on the top for my liking. But he says he likes it that way.
I might not be that against the hair. But he also has a handlebar mustache that I’m not crazy over. So between the haircut and the handlebars I’m not crazy over this look. He needs to keep one or the other. Having two strong looks on one face makes it look like your screaming for attention. I’ve been begging him for the past three years to cut it off but it doesn’t look like he cares.
Again, that’s just my opinion. I’m a little disappointed in how this came out.
The picture below is just a picture of him with his handlebars. So you can get an Idea of what the two together look like
I drew this for a friend of mine. He originally wanted a sugar skull but vetoed anything involving flowers and swirls lol So, somehow it mutated into this.
The arrows stand for friendship.
The sun for life and a new beginning.
And the two diamonds with in a diamond stands for wisdom.
The diamond that was left on the forehead was leftover for another owl tattoo that I made for his sister.
Its probably one of the few things I put a lot of effort into. And I still think it needs a little work lol
If you wanna track me on DeviantArt my link is below. I’m still New and I don’t have much up yet. But I hope I can add more soon
I convinced my boyfriend to get the same haircut as the guy in this picture. I found it on Tumbler. I can’t remember who I got it from. So, I can’t give credit where credit is due. I just think it’s a really nice look on a man. It almost reminds me of a look from the 40’s but with a new twist. Love it! 🙂
My boyfriend and I take pride in finding cheap eats in the city. One day I had a horrible craving for Spanish food and Cafe Ollin totally hit the spot. And since my local spot (El Deportivo) closed. I had to find another place. Off topic…. They had been in buisness for as long as I can remember. 20+ years before it closed. It got turned into another a**hole yuppi bar. My neighborhood is becoming nothing but bars and Thai restaurants. So depressing. Anyway, back to the story. So in our search for some cheap eats we came across Cafe Ollin. Already glowing with great reviews we decided to check it out. Located in East Harlem, a tiny hole in the wall that can seat 10 people if you’re lucky. We both ended up having the same thing. The “Brody” It basically looks like whats pictured above. A large sandwich made of of breaded beef, fried pork, ham, pineapple, white cheese, yellow cheese, and oaxacan cheese. It was amazing. a little spicy with lots of flavor. The meat was cooked just right that it fell apart. Each flavor was distinct but blended together to make an amazing dish. The cheese was gooey and melted together perfectly. The sandwich was also so big it lasted us two meals. More then you can ask for now a days. If you have $10 to spend and are in New York I highly recommend it.
Link: Cafe Ollin
Looking at old photos. This really makes me miss summer.
At Ippudo in NYC. The Ramen was great. But we had to wait ages to get seated.The inside was very cool. Big booths, good lighting, nice staff. The ramen was very yummy. And the servings were HUGE. I had a more classic ramen (pictured above). The broth had a lot of flavor. Not salty like some of the cheaper ones I’ve had in the past. Pork was so soft it just fell apart in the bowl. Very delicious. Put pretty standard tasting. The Curry style ramen (pictured below) was great also. I only got a little taste of that one but the broth was excellent. I liked it much better then mine. It was nice and spicy. But not hot. Also, The pork buns were the best I’ve ever had. I’d go back for just them alone. If had 1 1/2 hrs to wait for a table I would go again.