The make-up artist really did a fantastic job on your eyes. It highlights your best features, especially the black liner used around the outside edges of your eyes. Really nice work done, from the picture it looks appropriate for everyday use. Also, since when did Sephora start having free make over promotions? (・・?)
Why don't you tell the software scammers that you don't own a phone? That should throw them off for a bit. The way I used to handle telemarketers was that I would go stealth silent, and wait for them to reject/hang up on me.
There used to be a time that a drink made to my exact specifications would dictate whether I was having a good or bad day. It sounds like rubbish now, but it helped reinforce my strength as an effective communicator with a barrista. Eventually, my favorite drink was removed from the menu and I abstained from custom ordering a drink that did not exist to avoid looking even more pompous. I spent years inbetween trying out different orders like unsweetened hibiscus tea or black iced coffee, but none of them lasted. That all changed last week when I saw the item back on the menu.
The funny thing is, I try being as polite as possible given the ridiculous nature of my order (I find dressing in a coordinated professional outfit helps to receive positive customer service). Tonight was no exception. I placed my order, paid the fee, and they made my same drink order from seven years ago.
I used to have everything mapped out seven years ago, I knew what I wanted and who I wanted to be. It is funny how, even with the best intentions, life pans out a little differently than as planned. At least now I know that I can still order my favorite drink from that era of my life.
So what is my order? It is a bit complicated: A medium, Green Tea ice blended, no syrup, with whole milk, SEVEN scoops of green tea matcha, no whipped cream.
Tonight, the order came out perfect. It was perfection.