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02 May 2007 @ 15:58
 
VELVET UNDER WORLD now updated. I should be writing a speech for my company right now and tonight I'm going to be drunk and have nothing to say and it'll be all Koyasu-sama's fault!!

BLUEBERRY
A pharmacist [Note: my speed-translation. Someone who's good at mixing stuff]. He has a flawless knowledge of how "medicines" can be mixed and there is no one out there better.

KAITOU 303

[Note: This takes a little bit of explantaion. 'Kaitou' means 'mysterious thief' or 'cat burglar' and you can kind of rework the numbers in Japanese and pronounce them as... Samantha. Oh Koyasu.]

Samantha. A master thief. He's a safe-cracking pro with technique and style.

YOSHIKAZU

A intelligence gatherer. Everyone calls him Miwa-chan [Note: Alternate feminine reading for the kanji in his name] and there's no information he doesn't have.

Okay! Off to the party now! Wish me luck on the speech I haven't written...! :)
 
 
 
Owen: Pawn [..same.bad.fashion.sense..]kidboomerang on 2nd May 2007 18:47 (UTC)
Koyasu makes my brain hurt. Samantha! ♥

...Miwa-chan? the hell? XD

And damn, Yoshikazu and 303 look totally related in their side-profile views. Identical smarmy bastard grins.

I don't like Blueberry. He's giving me bad vibes.
Williamgenkischuldich on 3rd May 2007 03:28 (UTC)
Regarding Miwa-chan, I don't know if I explained it well because I was in a hurry. 「美和」 is very feminine name, if you look at just the kanji. But when we read it 'Yoshikazu', it becomes masculine.

I wish we could do that in English... "Yes, you know me as Katherine, but it you look at the kanji for my name again, you will see that I should be called Butch." AWESOME, as you can see.

Huh? What's wrong with Blueberry..? I really like him.
golden_bastetgolden_bastet on 3rd May 2007 00:04 (UTC)
Well,... you can update the folks at the party about Koyasu-sama's latest, of course.

There you go: two birds with one stone.
Williamgenkischuldich on 3rd May 2007 03:30 (UTC)
Ooh, that's a great idea! And I already know all the Japanese for it!

As it happens, I said my name, a bit about myself and why I wanted to come to Japan, followed by "Let's work together!" (It sounds less pathetic in Japanese, really!).

Then I sung X Japan's Kurenai on the mini karaoke machine. Seriously.