we need a universal hand signal for “my parents don’t know about that”
People have written a lot of touchy-feely pieces on this subject but I thought I’d get right to the heart of the matter
I love japanese bc it’s so regular and logical. eg,
kore = this, sore = that, dore = which
koko = here, soko = there, doko = where
koitsu = this person, soitsu = that person, doitsu = germany
improvinspi replied to your post “Never thought i’d be this ambivalent towards Naruto at this stage in…”I think more than half the people reading it is right there with u atp. it’s amazing how it’s managed to sandpaper of any and all old charm that came from a humble (and fairly well thought out) story of an underdog.
Okay good, it’s not just me and my circle of friends. I think i’ve been reading out of habit the past few months, and the need to finish what i started. It’s kind of sad.
yeah, it really is. I mean, when 90% of the youtube comments are all about how they just want it to end already, a site notorious for it’s over defensive butthurt fans who can take no criticism of what they love, then that pretty much tells you what people think.
it’s sad, because at this point I feel like most of my love for part two has drained away with all the unsatisfactory resolutions to it’s plot lines. :/
*goes up to heterosexual couple* so which one is Sasuke and which one is naruto
- Baby: d- d-
- Dad: Daddy?
- Baby: Digimon digital monsters digimon are the champions