August 10, 2004

When japanese ATTACKS!

     Well, sometime yesterday I suddenly got the impulse to want to write a bunch of japanese. So I've desparately been trying to remeber all the Japanese (or Nihongo) that I could. I remembered the silly stuff which is fun to explain (like that the kanji for cat translates to "beast weed of the rice patty") but I found I lost a lot of words. I still knew like sentence structure, but I couldn't remember all the letters. So anyway, What you see in my first doodle is the culmination of as much Japanese that I could remember (of course not ALL that I remember, but it was amazing to me that I could write that many complete sence making sentences).
     Besides my flurry of japanese-ness, I had my teeth cleaned today. And apparently, because I didn't come into have them cleaned last year, I have to get $800 worth of work done to get some sealants! ACK! And for some odd reason, the lady who cleaned my teeth really put me off. I don't know why, she just made me angry. Well, I'm feeling lazy so I'll just end my blog entry here and leave you with doodles!

Here's my Japanesy accomplishment. Try and translate it!

Japanese girl saying "Hai!" or "Yes!"
Doesn't look right... Kinda ducky
This was supposed to be tedd from

Man the code for the hint and the answer was a pain in the ass, but I think it paid off! I stole it from shockwave's preloader code if you're wondering. Oh, and the reason that it's all on one solid line of code is because the blog program automatically places br tags at newlines so if you're looking to steal this code, put newlines after every semicolon.

Posted by Kickmyassman at August 10, 2004 06:05 PM

And there goes my good feeling. I got a little, but in the end I had to cheat. Of course, this may have something to do with the fact that I was expecting a proper noun for the name and I was thrown off by your use of baku (what's the difference between it and watashi, again?).

Posted by: Bio at August 10, 2004 07:16 PM

Baku is for males, Watashi is for females. But technically Baku is slave or servant and watashi is more refined.

Posted by: kit at August 10, 2004 07:19 PM

That's it, I'm reviewing all my notes before the year starts. Maybe I'll actually retain something, this time.

Ducks are evil:

It seems my plan to spread webcomics really is working. Now, if only I had effort towards something worthwhile. Ah well, next up Dominic Deegan, Oracle for Hire:

Posted by: Bio at August 10, 2004 07:41 PM

hey all
-umm Brian. I haven't even heard the song yet, but i know it's awesome. Why? because of obvious reasons: number one, Ducks. Number two,
Evil Ducks. Number 3: the song came on and makes me all happy inside. wait- STEALING YOUR CARS? AWESOME!!!! well... Wgh? Sleep with my wife? Nooooooo! In conclusion, Brian let me say that Kit is sincerely right when he says

BigDog6700: this song is brought to you by
Brian D.

BigDog6700: finder of odd crap on the internet

And for this Brian, Thank you.

Posted by: Sam G at August 10, 2004 10:31 PM

I have way too many internet titles. Visiting several forums regularly does find some odd links. I could have done without the Asian Prince, Man-Faye and a thousand joke sites that scream at you when you least expect it, but I have found some very interesting links. Anyway, you can be sure that your comment returned any laughter the song may have given you in full, Sam.

Staying in the department of music here's some other stuff you may like (sorry about using your blog like this, Kit)-

Cows are evil, too:
Title of the Song:
Trekkie Dance Party:
French Horn:
Kill a Kitten:
Doom Song:
Santa Song:

Perhaps, I've gone too far... nah.

Posted by: Bio at August 10, 2004 11:07 PM

I already had the "french horn" guy. He's in my blog... here:
But besides that, those are pretty great. (Yay doom song!)

Posted by: kit at August 11, 2004 12:27 PM

Pssh, I am not a cheater; I just don't speak Japanese.

Posted by: Rebecca at August 11, 2004 03:10 PM
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