Important info for all you stalkers out there…and Various other things

November 17, 2009
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Our friendly stalkers over at NKDS , using their team of highly trained ninja monkeys, has managed to get their hands on this highly classified infomation, which they have have seen fit to release to the world.

Listed below are the arrival times for the various artists who will be coming down for AFA09. Please feel free to set up camp over at Changi Airport to welcome their arrival

Thursday (19/11)

Ichirou Mizuki, May’n, Kaname

Friday (20/11)


Saturday (21/11)

Yoshiki Fukuyama

Sunday (22/11)

K-On girls!

So there you have it. Be sure to go stalk/welcome them or whatever.

Also, the management of AFA has reelased some videos which might (or might not) come in handy.

Rules and Regulations: Welcome to the Maid Cafe!

Stalker-san has a really interesting smile on his face the entire time he was filming the thing. I guess anyone would have a similar smile if he was surrounded by a whole bunch of pretty French Maids serving you.

Rule 1: No photos or videos allowed.
Hmmm…But what if there are people with those telescopic lens and snipe photos of the place from some high and far away places? There were people standing on the roof during last year’s AFA, so this is highly possible. YOU CAN’T STOP THE PUBLIC! BWAHAHAHAHA!!!

Rule 2: No asking or giving of personal Contact infomation

Why bother asking? If you are a good enough stalker, you can get those information yourself very easily. The thrill comes in the hunt, not in the getting.

Rule 3: No asking when the Maid’s shift ends.
Again, please refer to Rule 2. Such barriers would not stop a true stalker.

Rule 4: No Pestering of Maid
My favorite part of the whole clip! I loved the way he was chasing after the maids. For some reason, that really cracked me up.

Rule 5: No body contact with Maid
You know what would haven been better? Said maid grabs Stalker-san ‘s arm and flips him over, then gives him a pile-driver. Also, Backup-Maid should be using a bokken instead of a broom. XD

Rule 6: No lingering at entrance or exit
Hey dwag! Get you ass out of me way, baitch!

Rule 7: No outside food or drinks
In other words, they want you to buy their overpriced and not very tasty food. Well, I’m not sure about the taste, but the food will be overpriced. Gah. I’d rather starve.

Also, you just to got laugh at Stalker-san’s stunned expression when Miyake took his food away. Wait, what if that’s Stalker-san’s lunch?

The bouncers and trying their best (and failing) not to laugh. lol

“I Love Anisong” Survival Guide

Seriously, you would think that they could have come up with a better name than “I Love Anisong!”. I mean, when I was buying my tickets at Sistic, I felt so embarrassed just by saying those three words. “Anisong” doesn’t even mean anything!

But anyway – sweat. That is, if they can manage to get the audience to get all up and jumping. This is Singapore, after all. We are passionate about being apathetic. lol. Anyway, I hope they turn up the aircon.

The tip about the lightsticks is good advice, through. Feel free to practice your lightstick calls at home, but remember to attach it to your arm. You don’t want your lightstick (or your screen) to end up like this.

2 Responses to “Important info for all you stalkers out there…and Various other things”

  1. > We are passionate about being apathetic

    I read that as We are passionate about being pathetic.



    Stifler Reply:

    We might be that too. lol


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  4. This is way better than a brick & mortar establishment.


  5. Thanks for the insight. It brings light into the dark!


  6. Right on-this helped me sort things right out.


  7. And I thought I was the sensible one. Thanks for setting me straight.


  8. Perfect answer! That really gets to the heart of it!


  9. I can’t believe you’re not playing with me–that was so helpful.


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