Vain Eggs

Nerd Shinyee. Skyrim Shinyee. Party Shinyee. Which Shinyee do you like best? I like all because they're all me and I'm narcissist...

Nerd Shinyee.

Skyrim Shinyee.

Party Shinyee.

Which Shinyee do you like best? I like all because they're all me and I'm narcissistic like that. LOL. Sorry just had to find an excuse to include those vain pictures in my post.

Okay time for serious business. *clears throat* So. Yesterday was Li Chun.

 Lìchūn (pīnyīn) or Risshun (rōmaji) (Chineseand Japanese: 立春; Korean입춘VietnameseLập xuân; literally: "start of spring") is the 1st solar term. It begins when the Sun reaches the celestial longitude of 315° and ends when it reaches the longitude of 330°. It more often refers in particular to the day when the Sun is exactly at the celestial longitude of 315°. In the Gregorian calendar, it usually begins around February 4 and ends around February 18 (February 19 East Asia time). 

Still no idea? Err. It's probably known better as "The Day The Eggs Stood Still". (OHHH SO THAT'S WHY THERE ARE SO MANY PICTURES OF EGGS ON FACEBOOK!) Apparently eggs can be balanced on their tips during Li Chun. Thank me later.

Being the 'jakun' I am, I tried balancing eggs for the first time in my life.


Success.

Okay actually I sucked at balancing eggs, it took me like 15 minutes to balance one egg. Later I got some help from a better egg balancer and we made it to Stage 2 of Egg Balancing.

Ta-da! Egg balanced on the other side of the tip.

So cool right so cool right so cool right so cool right!!!!
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