Have you visited Japan (passing through an airport on your way elsewhere does not count)?
Yes, and you enjoyed it.
Yes, and you have no special feelings about it.
Yes, but you did not enjoy it.
No, but you would like to go.
No, and you have no interest in going.
No, and you are determined never to go.
When is jet lag worse for you?
When you move "forward" in time -- the time zone you're going to is ahead of your current (acclimated-to) time zone.
When you move "back" in time -- the time zone you're going to is behind your current (acclimated-to) time zone.
You have switched time zones before, but you have never experienced jet lag.
You have never travelled far enough to experience jet lag.
How good are you at tearing off boxed cling wrap?
You're a total pro -- it comes off smoothly and doesn't fold in on itself at all.
You're okay -- it comes off smoothly enough and only folds a little bit at the very edges.
You're kind of crap -- it comes off okay and folds a bit, but you're able to straighten it before using it.
You're utter rubbish -- it never tears off properly and/or folds up so badly that you have to crumple it up and try again.
You have never attempted this feat of manual dexterity.
You have never used boxed cling wrap.
You've never heard of boxed cling wrap.
TICKY BOX! :D
TICKY BOX! >:0!
UGH U GUYS I MISS JAPAN SFM I HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO BRING MYSELF TO EVEN LOOK AT MY ~1500 PHOTOS, MUCH LESS SORT THEM. WE HAVE TO GO BACK TO THE ISLAND, KATE!
JET LAG IS JUST SOULS THAT ARE "LEFT BEHIND AND MUST BE AWAITED, UPON ARRIVAL, LIKE LOST LUGGAGE." (I LOVE WILLIAM GIBSON, OKAY. THIS SHOULD NOT BE NEWS. >.>)
(I have been finding that Pattern Recognition quote particularly apt, because I do feel like a tiny part of my soul was left behind in Japan. FOREVER. I hope this doesn't mean I'll be waking up three times a night for the rest of my life. >.>)