Posts posted by anon666
Secret deals, ohyes 8D!!!
Stupid Bean! I said secret because it's a secret deal!
Now everyone knows there's a secret.
EVERYONE IS SO PRETTEH AROUND HERE~ If I started to comment on individual photos, I'd probably reply back to every single picture posted here. I would. *Happily nosebleeds* (You notice I haven't made any comments previously... Oh, but I have been stalking you all *creeper mode*)
O':< Wants a picture of Awesome Lee and Noir-some!!
I feel so guilty
(We could make some secret deals, though )
Evil and malicious, Attalia hit Carlios with a broomstick every night; the villagers found him every morning passed out, different sizes of bumps on his head.
I know I cried buckets while watching the original (deviating-from-manga) FMA anime. It was definitely more disturbing, emotionally destabilising than the real story. At least the manga was so hopeful and beautiful... this anime, however, just filled me with despair. And grief. ARGH! Remembering it makes me angry and sad at the same time!
Oh, and since manga isn't really out of topic - Monster made me cry like a baby in many parts. A certain death in One Piece (even in the anime!) made me cry like a baby, too.
and eat cake.
Fluent in a language other than English..?
in Open talk
Wow, lechat! That list sure is impressive! /has to shield eyes from the level of awesome/ and ggumso too! And everyone on this thread (except me)! I love languages so much, and I'd love to know a lot, but seems like I'm not as smart as I think I am, and then I have no time to actually spend on learning anything.
The important thing to know about my linguistic proficiency is that I am better at English, my second language, than my native language in reading, writing, listening, professional usage, cursing, everything. And now I'm taking Arabic lessons and I hope to be as proficient in it as I am in English (though that seems unlikely, since I've been learning English from pre-school D: ). Then, of course, there's the obligatory manga/anime-level Japanese which improves a little when I watch J-dramas. I can listen to Japanese and understand 1/50 words, but no luck with writing (except maybe katakana/hiragana vowels and the character for 'n'? xD I suck.). Same with Korean except I'm even less familiar with it beyond 'oppa' and 'yakksok' (did I spell that right? >__>) It's also a funny thing that I've been hearing Hindi all my life, but can't, for the life of me, ever understand even the most basic words (recently my Hindi vocabulary increased to around 25 words, but that's it). It's funny because hearing it is as familiar as hearing Dhivehi, but I have no fruit-caking idea what any of those words might mean except 'nehiiii!' and that is blasphemously FRUSTRATING