1. Art of painting an herbal henna paste on the body in intricate designs (as the paste sets, it temporarily dyes the skin underneath a shade of orange or red). Sometimes called a "henna tattoo."
2. This guy Daler's last name.
Mehndi on children's hands is a good way to keep them out of trouble, because they can't touch anything as the paste dries.
A line of classy 22"-tall ball-jointed resin "doll figures" made by Volks in Japan. Come in versions made either to resemble ten-year-olds or thirteen-year-olds.
"SD" for short.
Some SDs can be prohibitively expensive.
If you're addicted to SDs, stay off Yahoo! Japan.
Fascinating new field that uses advances in neuroscience and psychology to better understand economic decisionmaking, with the intent of improving contemporary economic models.
Neuroeconomics is the most fascinating incarnations of behavioral economics.
Trying to major in neuroeconomics is hard, because it hasn't been formally done before.
Shiva's form as the lord of the dance, who, kinda like Atlas, keeps the world going (but instead of lifting it, he dances on it).
Usually shown as a graceful guy in dreads with four arms dancing in a circular ring of fire.
A bronze of Nataraja: don't leave India without one.
The bad guy in the Darth Vader-themed getup from Ninja Turtles.
Also known as Oroko Saki (sp? - real name) and "Saki-chan" (what Krang calls him in the 1996 Ninja Turtles anime OVAs).
Shredder: "Tonight I dine on turtle soup."
Applicant admitted to a selective school partially because their parent(s) also went there.
Is legacy admission unfair?
East Asian goddess of mercy.
The brand name "Canon" is another spelling of this goddess' name.