Monday, August 18, 2008

- trivial trivia -

- random eavesdropping @ Morroc when playing Ragnarok Online -
girls are foolish
and let emotions ruin them
and they have a menstrual cycle
which causes psychological irregularities
sorta how a warewolf changes with a moon
they become ravenous beasts
not all girls are foolish like that.. i know.
im just trying to make a point
im trying not to belittle us guys
then again..
we can't live without women

- end of eavesdropping -

LOLOL. before we even start arguing, let's get the obvious grammar mistakes and spelling errors fixed, shall we?


also, found these random facts from a random Japanese blog:

- The symbol of Glico is based on a Filipino marathon athelete.
(Err.. ok.)

- All horses possess nearly 350 degree vision.

- Noguchi Hideyo (that dude on the 1,000 yen banknote) discovered the vaccine to yellow fever, but he died of yellow fever even though he was vaccinated.
(Like how Marie Curie discovered Polonium and died of overexposure of radiation?)

- The tree on the 1 yen coin is an imaginary tree (i.e. it doesn't exist in real life).

- The music composer of the famous Musunde Hiraite is Rousseau.

- The maximum recording time of a CD is 74 minutes 42 seconds, and this was to record Beethoven's 9th Symphony.

- The word "tori" in the term "torii" refers to chickens, not birds.

- The synchronized swimming athletes harden their hair with gelatine.

- Earthworms cannot go backwards.


- If you find a fake banknote and report about it, not only do you get it changed to a real one, you're further rewarded with 2,000 yen.
(Good to know!)

- The unit of the movement of a computer mouse is called "mickey".

- Giraffes sleep for only 12 minutes a day.

- Cleopatra married her own brother, killed him, and married her younger brother.

- Bach married twice and had 20 children.

- Glass is a liquid, not solid.

(Really?! Omg I sounded so dumb.)

- Fukuzawa Yukichi (founder of Keio University) was the one who invented the sound "vu" in Japanese.

- Hello Kitty is 5 apples' worth of height and 3 apples' worth of weight.

(Yeah I kinda knew this one..)

- "Takkyuubin" is a trademark of Kuroneko Yamato. Ghibli had to obtain permission from Yamato when they made Kiki's Delivery Service (Japanese title Majo no Takkyuubin).

- France once attempted to buy the Hinomaru from Japan.

- The statue at the North Exit of Shibuya Station is called Hachiko, whereas the one at the South Exit is called Moyai, not Moai.

- We count sheep when we're unable to sleep, because the pronunciation of "sheep" is similar to "sleep".

- The lyrics composer of children's song Omocha no Cha Cha Cha, is Nosaka Akiyuki.
(He writes a lot of porn.)

- The author of Hotaru no Haka a.k.a Grave of the Fireflies, is also Nosaka Akiyuki.

- "Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools," said Napoleon Bonaparte.
(Yeah, and..?)

- The word "impossible" can be found in the dictionary compiled by the very same Napoleon.

- "Odaiba" in Tokyo refers to the battery.

(Like.. battery as in 砲台, not 電池..... =.=)

- Buddha is ranked as a Catholic Saint.

( o.O .....)

- The very first thing that appeared on TV in history, is the katakana vowel "i" (year 1926).

- The tiny bulges on a konpeito (confeito) appears during the cooking process, but nobody knows why does it occur.

- The word "pon" in Pon Juice stands for Nippon-ichi (Japan's No.1).

- The name of the Japanese cooking style Kinpira, was taken from Sakata Kintoki's son's name.

- A mole dies if it doesn't eat for more than 2 hours.


Wednesday, August 13, 2008

- cherryboi -

(Otakuness PV)

Black Cherry
(Crossdressing PV)

Sunday, August 10, 2008

- owata -

fine. >:o
this is a vocaloid remix version of the all-famous Turkish March by Mozart.

Hatsune Miku (original?) version:

Gackpoid version?

by the way, i still love the Yuuki-Yasuda duet version. so cooool. :(
we used to call it Papaya. LOL

and this is the original Rondo Alla Turca (piano).
i wonder if i can still play this song...