Well, well, well… what have we got here? A cat burglar trying to flea the scene of the crime? I smell a rat. Looks like we’ve collared another one, Sarge. We’ve been tailing her for a while now and she’s been busier than a one-eyed cat watching two mouse holes or a three-legged cat in a dry sand box.
You think that you’re the cat’s whiskers, eh? With your smug look, looking like the cat that swallowed the canary. Well the game is up, Puss in Boots. Your gig is finally over. There will be no more kitty littering from you. The cat is now well and truly out of the bag.
Hey, stop pussyfooting around and arrest this cool kitten. Read this sourpuss her rights! She has the right to remain silent. Oh purrfect, cat got her tongue has it…? Well, there’s more than one way to skin a cat.
Hello Kitty, you’re nicked! We’re taking out the trash. We’re gonna take you downtown and you’ll be catnapping in a cell so small you won’t have enough room to swing a cat. That’ll put a cat among the pigeons. Now your looking as nervous as a cat in a room full of rocking chairs.
Image source: © 2011 seymour templar
Has Hello Kitty been arrested for soliciting out the front of Bank of America, trying to rob the bank or a felineous assault? Or has she finally been pinged for running guns.
LLP’s 2012 Year In Blogging
The WordPress stats helper monkeys put together a personalized report detailing how LLP did blogging in 2012! Here is what they said:
About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 660,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 12 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe!
In 2012, there were 22 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 289 posts.
The busiest day of the year was May 11th with 4,328 views. The most popular post that day was Doritos Crunchy Nut Flavour.
Attractions in 2012
These are the posts that got the most views in 2012.
- 10 Weird Japanese Foods (54,741 views, 13 comments) February 2010
- Japanese Love Dolls – Taboo? (37,060 views, 12 comments) March 2009
- Top 7 Hello Kitty Guns, Grenades and Combat Gear (28,983 views, 4 comments) December 2009
- Top 10 Love Hotel Room Themes (23,230 views, 4 comments) March 2010
- Used Panties Vending Machines (22,601 views, 9 comments) October 2011
Some of your most popular posts were written before 2012. Your writing has staying power! Consider writing about those topics again.
How did they find you?
The top referring sites in 2012 were:
Where did they come from?
Visitors arrived from 204 countries in total. Most visitors came from The United States (184,487 views). The United Kingdom (38,488 views) & Japan (31,850 views) were not far behind.
Who were they?
Your most commented on post in 2012 was Door Knob Girl.
These were your 5 most active commenters:
- scott jeppesen (29 comments)
- C Ohara (12 comments)
- Japan Australia (11 comment)
- Chris (11 comment)
- Jay Dee (7 comment)
Perhaps you could follow their blog or send them a thank you note?
To compare results to last year, check out LLP’s 2011 Year In Blogging.
Tokyo Highlights – The Essential Must Sees
Discover Tokyo with this list of Tokyo highlights containing 10 essential sightseeing attractions for tourists when traveling to this cosmopolitan city.
Meaning ‘Eastern Capital’, Tōkyō (東京) is Japan’s capital and its largest city and is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. With a unique urbanscape where modern skyscrapers and ancient shrines blend together in its monstrous metropolis, it has come a long way from its origins as a collection of shallows and tidal pools at the mouth of the Sumida River. Tōkyō has over 13 million people living in the city’s 23 wards and a total of 40 million in Greater Tōkyō making it the core of the most populated urban area in the world and one of the commanding centers of the world’s economy. The easternmost of the great Asian cities, and the world’s most expensive city for expatriates (according to the latest ranking by Mercer), Tōkyō’s energy and frenetic pace of life brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan.
1. Sensō-ji Temple
Also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple, Sensoji Temple is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. Tokyo’s oldest temple, and one of its most significant, it enshrines a golden image of Kannon (the Buddhist God of Mercy), which according to legend was miraculously fished out of the nearby Sumida River by two fisherman in AD 628. The main avenue to the cities holiest sanctuary is crammed with stalls and booths selling a wide range of traditional goods and souvenirs.
2. Takeshita-dōri & Omotesandō
Takeshita-dōri, running from Harajuku Station to Meiji-dōri, is a narrow pedestrian-only shopping street famous for its alternative street fashions. A haven of youth culture and fashion it is crammed with many trendy shops, teen fashion boutiques, used clothes stores, crepe stands and fast food outlets.
In stark contrast nearby Omotesandō is an upscale tree-lined shopping boulevard that showcases fashion flagship stores. With its alfresco street cafes and international brand outlet boutiques Omotesandō is sometimes referred to as “Tokyo’s Champs-Élysées”.
3. Imperial Palace
Tokyo Imperial Palace is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park area situated in the centre of Tokyo. The palace grounds are encircled by moats, stone walls, ancient bridges and gardens. The current compound is built on the site of the old Edo castle where some of the original fortifications remain.read more…