THE PART WHEN
I SAY I DON’T WANT YA
I’M STRONGA THAN I BEEEN BEFOORE
THIS IS THE PART WHEN I BREAK FREEE
CUZ I CAN’T RESIST IT NO MOOOREE
Shichi-Go-San (七五三) or “Seven- Five Three” is a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan for girls (ages 3 & 7) and boys (ages 3 & 5), held annually on November 15 to celebrate the growth and well-being of young children.The ages 3, 5 and 7 are consistent with East Asian numerology, which claims that odd numbers are lucky.Particularly, at the age of seven, a young girl celebrates wearing her first obi, while at the age of five, a young boy celebrates wearing his first hakama pants in public. The age of three marks the first time whereby both boys and girls are allowed to let their hair grow.
I JUST REALLY REALLY REALLY WANT A REALLY LONG HUG WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE OTHER PERSON BREATHING AFTER A WHILE AND YOU JUST KIND OF STAND THERE HUGGING EACH OTHER AND MAYBE EVEN JUST CLOSE YOUR EYES AND JUST ENJOY BEING HUGGED WHY CAN’T THAT HAPPEN