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11 September 2010 @ 01:28
 
Weiss Kreuz fic exchange planned A little old, perhaps?

This is just a stupid meme thing where you put in your name and it tells you if you're seme or uke. I got this message and cracked up: Williamは『天然受け』です。[PARTNER]は『攻め寄りのリバ』です。今夜も頑張ってください。

Next LJ Photophile theme contest

Hourou Musuko official anime website now up and making me want to stab things. English Wiki entry on the series. Perhaps you can guess why.

Mecha design for new Code Geass

Spam From Japan: Upcoming Japanese movie releases

Spam From Japan: Japanese Kids' Impression of Britain


I rewrote my synopsis from scratch. It's now complete and two pages long when double-spaced. I'm just not sure if it's any good and/or captures the spirit of the novel. The setting and background is really important to understand character motivations, but I need space to describe the plot. I even omitted a big space battle, which I'm sure isn't a good idea.

On the upside, I wrote two blog posts. Once again, I say to you: I will get query letters out this weekend.
 
 
 
Sharon: D.Gray-man Allen Innocencesharona1x2 on 10th September 2010 14:48 (UTC)
The Japanese Kids' Impression of Britain post was super interesting. I love the part with Thomas the Tank Engine. :-)
Williamgenkischuldich on 12th September 2010 05:18 (UTC)
The funny thing is, you can ride steam trains in Japan too, but it's not well known. I see a couple of posters in stations every now and then. They only run for very limited periods every year.
emolozzieemolozzie on 10th September 2010 17:40 (UTC)
LOL Thomas the tank engine LOL
Williamgenkischuldich on 12th September 2010 05:19 (UTC)
Yep. Their reactions were never quite what I expected.
indelicate ink: wk - schuldig & crawfordindelicateink on 10th September 2010 21:14 (UTC)
Heh heh, the Japanese kids' impression of Britain was marvelous. XD
Williamgenkischuldich on 12th September 2010 05:19 (UTC)
Thanks for reading! :)
Eskelxoxeskel on 11th September 2010 02:05 (UTC)
The teacher stepped forward and I presumed he was going to help me out.

How sweet!

He then explained how, in Scotland, the men wear skirts.

...I should have known to wait for the kicker. D8
Williamgenkischuldich on 12th September 2010 05:23 (UTC)
I took to combating this by pointing out that a knife is an obligatory aspect of the national dress. It resulted in this conversation (in Japanese):

Boy: So they could just take it out at any time and go *mimes stabbing*?
Me: Err... yes. I guess.
Boy: So it IS a kilt.