Whilst trying to source a toe ring for Alice's birthday present, I went into 'Off Ya Tree'- a chain of shops which sells things similar to Tiger Lily in Oxford. The lady was shouting at a man, saying she'd get the manager and he wasn't welcome back- he had tried to steal loads of stuff, and so a family had let the girl know, and then the thief was saying that he just wanted to apologise.
I went back to Victoria markets to get the toe ring, as Off Ya Tree didn't have any, and then got the train to Prahran. At the train station, there were loads of people in fancy dress- the outfit I liked the best was the humpty dumpty costume. Prahran is near the pub hostel we were at, and so I had walked past a shop selling American food products on my way to work before, and thought Alice would appreciate the peanut butter pop tarts. Whilst I was there I went into ArtBoy, an art gallery which had a Pop art exhibition going on. I would have liked to have brought Dad the picture of Beaker from Muppets dressed up as the Joker from Batman, but unfortunately it had already sold. There were some pictures like Where's Wally, and I was impressed by the artist who made pictures from corrugated cardboard- he layers the strips of cardboard and folds the corrugations to create the tone and shading.
I went to the library to use the Wi-Fi, and because it was being a bit slow, picked up 'Freud for Beginners' and decided to take it out on loan. It seems like it's quite a good introduction to psychology as it's very simple to read and has cartoons.
When I got back, the internet was temporarily working but then decided to stop working, very annoyingly.