Tobiko is the Japanese word for the flying fish roe used to create certain types of sushi.

I made a salad this morning for breakfast with tobiko, mozzarella, avocado, tomato and green leafs. The combo of the avocado and the tobiko was really nice, it made the avocado taste almost like toro.

And then I went to my classes…

…and walked through the park.

アーユータィヨド? :)

And I stopped by the pidgins again. It is the next best thing to having a bird of my own.

More mascots, this is a huge banner outside a new building with apartments.

Right now I am reading two books, one is called “Stuff” and it is about compulsive hording – a really interesting book. I am no horder, in fact, I am quite the opposite, but even though I do not keep things, I find the thoughts behind why we keep things very peculiar and interesting. The other book is a collection of mathematical and logical problems, which is always interesting to read just for fun. What are you reading?

What I should be reading is keigo, so I will try to get around to that now.

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  1. Nøve says:

    Keigo… Uffameg.

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Jeg synes egentlig ikke at det er så ille? Eller – jeg har null kontroll på det – men jeg synes det høres litt fint ut, jeg :)

  2. Era says:

    You made that salad? :O You sure you’re not secretly studying to be a chef? I’m not a fan of salad either (hrm, seems I’m not a fan of anything healthy), but looks pretty darn good!

    There’s a lot of pigeons in Oslo, especially around the area where I live. And even more seagulls! Back in the place where I grew up, though, we always had lots and lots of swans. It’s a really pretty place, small town near a beautiful mountain lake.

    • Sushi Bird says:

      I am defiantly not chef-material. I do enjoy arranging stuff on a plate, the part I dislike is the actual cooking part, I don’t like the flame and the heat. I wish there were more different birds around my neighborhood, swans sounds really nice.