A/N: I want you but I hate you. Everytime I feel your hands all over my body, I want you, I crave you but most of all, I hate you. I will make you cry, I will make you bow, I will make you scream. I want you to understand that what you did to me won’t stay unpunished. I never was your precious little doll you could fuck whenever you want. Now look at me, take a deep breath cause it’s the last one I will allow your body to have. I’m not your pleasure toy, you are mine.
KojiYuu is an “old ship” but I loved it and will always do! Yuko and Nyan have a more mature vibe to me and I really wanted to write about my favorite topic : “one sided love” with them. It’s still as dark as usual but for the first time, I gave a try to the “diary” form. I hope you will like it~
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(This interview was conducted in Japanese.)
“It all started about eight years ago, when I saw a tent on display and felt a sense of excitement rush through me — and then I bought the tent on impulse,” says Yuko Ueda (@yurin1020), a camping enthusiast and mother of two boys from Osaka, Japan. “My camp debut was quite tough, with both my sons being very little at the time and having only a tent and a cooking stand,” she reflects. “It was so much work, but I still remember the fun we had hunting for insects, seeing the night sky full of stars and having a delicious meal in the great outdoors.”
Now, Yuko not only finds joy in the act of camping itself, but also in collecting the gear and decor that’s essential to camping in style. She has gone so far as to have her husband handcraft some of the equipment to create her ideal environment. “He makes things like wooden tables and wooden poles for the tarp,” she says. “It’s not perfect like the ones sold in stores, but it feels more personal when it’s handmade.”
While autumn is Yuko’s favorite time of the year for camping, she recommends going to a river during the hot summer season. “Setting up the tent and cooking is not easy to do in the heat, but it’s much cooler if you’re closer to water,” she explains. “I would also recommend bringing a tent that’s compact and made out of breathable fabric.”
One thing that Yuko learned over the years is that camping is for everyone, of all ages, genders and groups. In a recent camping trip, she took her dog and a few of her friends and their dogs to enjoy a girls-and-poodles’ night out. “Being able to feel the season and play outside is the best kind of luxury in your everyday life,” says Yuko. “For me, camping and outdoor activities are the best ways to recharge.”
I wanted to show off the kinds of edits that are going into the Lucky Penny book versus what was shared online! The collected print version is going to have a lot of art and writing edits to make everything more consistent and flow more smoothly. And it’s gonna be ✨FULLY TONED✨💪✨