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15 September 2003 @ 11:26 am
The foozeball table in the lounge makes a good little fort for someone my size. Just letting everyone know.

Ah, crap. And I still have structural drawing to do. It's not that I'm a slacker; I just prefer not doing things. And angsting. But, wow, Saiyuki really helps to get rid of the angst. Saiyuki yaoi. Sanzo/Hakkai yaoi. Hello, obsession, I've seen you someplace before. New favorite quote:

Evil guy: W-wait! You said ten seconds! That was only two!
Sanzo: I suck at math.

HahahaHA. Good moments. I'm a bad person. I still like slash written about American or Brit series better, though. For some reason, animefic never rings quite true for me.

Yar, I eat turkins for brunch. Despite the fact that it hurts to breathe again. I hope that's just a false alarm and not bronchitis or the sinusitus or something. Ah well... can this still be true even if it is? Mmm, Hakkai...

Which Saiyuki character would sleep with you?
Current Mood: stupid
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DrWorm: zootdrworm on September 15th, 2003 10:01 am (UTC)
Haha, we could live together and spell everything wrong and never change it because we aren't slackers, we just don't like doing things that aren't interesting. It's not slacking! It's a disease!

Okay, maybe we would correct spelling and grammar because godforbid someone use "your" when they meant "you're" or vice versa.

And, yeah... okay. I began my fandom life as a major Sailor Moon shipper who quickly moved into Gundam Wing. What I don't get is, almost any fandom I get suckered into, I pick the weird pairings no one writes (or the rarer fandoms not enough people write for *coughHHGTTGcough*).

Fandom really is fucking funny. And what is the obsession with Japanese in American written fanfic? They don't slip in and out of the language the way, say, Nightcrawler of X-Men canonically slips in and out of German. So why stick in the random Japanese phrasing? Whhhhyyyyyyyyyy? Just write the damn thing in English so I can read it, okay?