Mehdi finished the fat koi last week, I just didn’t have time to post about it.
I don’t think I have ever spent any time telling you the whole meaning behind the koi. And even if I did do so before, here it is again.
The Japanese koi in a nutshell.
According to Japanese legend, if a koi succeeds in climbing the falls at a point called Dragon Gate on the Yellow River, it would be transformed into a dragon. Based on that legend, it became a symbol of worldly aspiration and advancement.
The Japanese associate the koi with perseverance in adversity and strength of purpose. Because of its strength and determination to overcome obstacles, it stands for courage and the ability to attain high goals.
Like the title says already, this post is later than it was supposed to be.
I was supposed to put up the winners of the sticker contest, but I haven’t.
I know I’m not that good at planning stuff, so you should blame my secretary for not letting me know on time. Or maybe you should blame the fact that I don’ t even have a secretary, or even more so, the fact that I don’t even have an agenda.
Unfortunately none of these where included in the final three.
But these where!
Third place goes to, Mehdi and I.
Now don’t go saying it’s unfair, because it’s our competition. I just had to include it. Come on seriously, how often do you see stickers on a plane? Especially Bunker stickers?
Samuel L. Jackson would be getting tired of these motherf*cking stickers on these motherf*cking planes.
Second place goes to, Dennis.
For his pirate sticker. Because pirates kick ass and they deserve some credit for that every once in a while.
All the above winners can come by to collect their prizes, when they want, as they want and if they want.
Willem finished up the hate wolf foot, a couple of days ago and I thought it might be time to put it up here.
As you might already know, this is one half of the Love-Hate feet Willem is doing. One down, one to go. Willem went home early today so I took it on myself to steal a sneak peek of the heart for you guys.