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Aug. 16th, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

my joy abounds

So I checked out the kanji for Megurine because Luka is my home slice, and in Chinese it 巡音 means "patrols the sound."


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Aug. 15th, 2009

Hiroki: up in ur do'rag stealin ur lette


Kidnapped from pumpkinguitar ☆

- leave me a comment saying "BOILED GOOSE",
- I'll respond by asking you five questions so i can get to know you better.
- update your journal with the answers to the questions.
- include this explanation in the post and offer to ask other people questions

1. England or America? (take it as you want xD) America. I'm all for megane heroes~
2.What is your current job? ..or, what would your dream job be? I babysit. I'm still shirking actual work-work while I've still got my youth. 8D
3.How did you get to manga/anime? I've been a Pokemon addict since I was a toddler, but getting into actual manga/anime, a few years ago I remember seeing a crapload of vids on YouTube of some kind of skinny Santa and then seeing a model for the same guy for sale on IMVU, I decided to check it out. I delved straight into the world of InuYasha, and it's escalated since.
4.Have you ever got a crush on a fictional character? Oh man. Where to start. Thomas the Tank Engine, Luigi, Ash Ketchum, hundreds of bishies, and now just about every Hetalia fruit.
5.Hetalia? Best IRL canon in the universe.♥♥♥
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Aug. 11th, 2009

imma big boy nao

furizzle, Latvia

Well. I've finally managed to get Hetalia 28 and 29 watched.

Notes on 28: I'm a little confused about the animators' choice of Finland's iris color, but I'll eventually get over it.

And on 29: I've never been Russia's biggest fan, but I must admit that he is a cute yandere. And Latvia's line just cracked me up: "I hate this life! Let's go rely on Germany!" Well, it worked for Italy. What boggled my brain is that Lithuania pronounced Germany too scary. When he lives with an enormous psychopath that beats him. Oh well. The trembling trio had lovely eyes, too (even if the weren't exactly the colors Hidekaz assigned). And ah, the banana-ice cream incident. Oh America. Only you. (Notice how England is decent enough to not only offer ice cream, but cart our hero to the hospital as well. What a star.)


And I've been thinking: remember how Koreo thoroughly insisted that Hetalia should not be animated because of Korea's characterization? I hope they won't be pissy or anything if the animators don't add Korea at all.
"Why hasn't Korea been written into the anime yet?"  
"Well, when you betched about it earlier, we promised not to put Korea in the anime."  
"How rude! We invented animation!"

Or something... not to be offensive or anything, but...

Aug. 9th, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

condiment arsenal

(don't lose interest, the backstory should always come first) My grandmother, Aunt Jenny, and I went to see Julie & Julia today; excellent. We loved it. We went to Culvers after to eat, and I was trying to get my mayo out of the little packet. I'd only torn a small hole in it, so I was squeezing extra hard (I decided it would be too much of a hassle to tear a larger hole, so I just SQUEEZED), and then suddenly, mayo rockets out of the packet into the air. I see it shoot out of the corner of my eye and look on the floor, where a bunch of it landed. Jenny said, "Did it hit anyone?" and I said, "I don't think so," but then she saw that some had got on a lady in a nice-ish outfit.

My brain shut down, and I was completely useless. All I could do was grab a bunch of napkins and hand them to her. I was informed by my aunt that there was some on the seat behind her and went back, wiping that seat, apologizing like crazy. It was so mortifying. And when I finally got back to my seat, I felt this terrible pit in my stomach like something was still wrong, like maybe I hadn't apologized enough. It wasn't until we were back in the car and my grandmother mentioned it that I realized she hadn't accepted my apology. Actually, she hadn't said anything. At the time I thought, This is America; she could press charges!

I hope she doesn't have to get that outfit drycleaned... that would totally suck. I'm sorry, lady in pink!

Aug. 8th, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

sugar and spice and crap and ducks

I got a Tamagotchi (, now that I think about it, doesn't make sense; there is no "tchi" symbol in Japanese...) today. One of those new(?) music ones. My little-turned-big-in-a-day Noe! eats, poops, and plays music. Well... she eats when she's feeling particularly unpicky, she poops on the floor (and gets mad at me when I put her in timeout for it, the brat), and she plays bad music.

See, this is why I want a son.

Aug. 2nd, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

never again (maybe)

Well. Today I learned a valuable lesson: Dish washing soap does not work as detergent in the dish washer, regardless of whether or not it sounds like it should work.

Jul. 24th, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

they just won't leave me be

So I'm leaving for another week. Again. This is so tiring~! Summer is for vegging in a dark little corner, not getting out and doing stuff! My youth group is leaving tonight at 10 PM. We're driving through the night to Colorado. Ten hours in a van with some of my favorite people... I'm almost afraid.

And, because I only found out just now, I'd like to mention how totally awesome it is that Luka's demo song is Amazing Grace.

Jul. 23rd, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

"Good noodles are good luck."

I love making spaghetti for children that appreciate it. Declan wasn't vocal about liking it, but he keeps eating it (never-ending hunger. I'm surprised and envious that he's so skinny), but his five year old brother Carrig is a gem. He made me blush with his sweet words about my pasta and insisted on having seconds when he'd barely taken three bites.

He actually cleaned his plate and did have seconds, which surprised me because most children I come in contact with only think they'll have seconds, but he actually did, and he told me, "Good noodles are good luck."

(*´∀`*) You... you're saying I made good luck? Carrig!♥

Oh, children. I do love them.

Jul. 20th, 2009

teh happeh boxeh

cake, candy, mac & cheese, chocolate milk...

...Isn't that enough for a seven-year-old in a 90-minute timespan?

Not according to my young friend Declan, who happens to be the first child I've babysat outside of the family. Other than his insatiable appetite, he's quite a good kid (contrary to bad reports I've gotten from other babysitters), and I'm glad we get along, seeing as I'll be taking care of him and his younger brother all week. Sure, I've lost half my weight in sweat walking him hither and yon to play catch under the hot July sun, but I think I owe it to him.

Seeing as I, you know, accidentally hit him in the face with my orange soccer ball while explaining the chest pass. (My luck all in one painful toss.)

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