||[Jul. 9th, 2008|11:37 pm]
No, seriously. Ow my brain.
ETA: Why can't I stop watching it???
speaking of ow..so do all wanna see Hellboy with us this weekend, and or
journey to the center of the earth ..
I'm not really interested in Journey, but Hellboy quite possibly. Lemme find out what's going on already...
2008-07-10 12:56 pm (UTC)
More than meets kawaii.
WHO EVER WROTE THIS IS MY NEW GOD.
I require offerings of marzipan. Just one per soul.
Now that I've finally seen this two girls one cup thing, I'm a little confused about the uproar. It's just some cartoons pogoing to J-pop. What's the big deal?
Well, it's makes-my-brain-hurt whut, not wanna-gouge-my-eyes-out whut.
Now that I've finally seen this two girls one cup thing...
Dude. Why would you voluntarily let something like that into your brain?
Amen to that. One of my bandmates once rolled me by sending a link to a similarly disgusting picture with some clever caption like "some outside thoughts on our business model", which was funny, but I nonetheless never forgave him. Those neurons are committed, for life, to lowering my happiness.
1. Any J-pop hurts, just a little.
2. Your icon is unfair to the color-blind! I JUST noticed that there's a word in there.
3. This was like watching Dance Dance Revolution as played by cartoon Harijuku girls when Gwen's away and they can be literal cartoons.
Um. Um. Um. *brain asplode*
Ha! I wrote almost exactly the same comment over on the board where I first saw this!
Um, I don't get it.
(Yet another round of, "dan is not really a geek.")
Great. Thanks a LOT. Now I have an animated-pom-pom fetish to add to the list.
I seem to be protected by (a) understanding no Japanese; (b) not having seen any of the referenced material; and, (c) not being able to distinguish any syllables in the high-pitched mess.
It's really (b) that's the key factor...