This time I was looking for any possible bad reviews on Freshkon’s monthly contacts and this happened:
Anyway, if you happen to know whether Freshkon monthly is worth the spend (the 52 or 38 one), I’d be glad to listen. email@example.com
School’s been busy, yet fun all the while.
Since I’m online, here’s a clip of a really relaxing song covered by Gintoki.
I can’t make up my mind whether to cry or to laugh.
The wireless internet is unusually slow and is making me blow my top. S!
AH! But it loads pages faster when more tabs are open! M!
“First of all, who are you?”
“Where did you come from?”
“Like we don’t know that already. I’m asking why did you come here.”
-“I left home. I want to go to Japan… I want to meet Hayao Miyazaki.”
Oh Staz. I think you’ll fit SO well as a Gintama character.
-an otaku vampire
-a human-turned-dachshund and a sadistic novelist
-titans, and a captain with OCD (LOL)
as well as mecha shows with their myriad of acronyms again *.*
PS: in case it wasn’t very clear, the OCD captain doesn’t belong to a comedy. It’s actually from one of the most intense anime this season. Just tryna put some humor there…
Note to self:
-Finish computer work in 2 hours
-Get some sleep
-Drag myself to the school’s library a few hours later. Remember to order green apple-green tea.
-Grill through assignments and tutorials. Metaphorically for now, maybe literally after exams.
-Lock laptop at home to prevent further distraction.
My new favourite song.
Starting out as ballad, it seems like a stark contrast to the other two songs in the same single, Jiyuu E No Shingeki. And without listening to the lyrics, the first few verses are actually quite repetitive.
And that’s when I started checking out the lyrics. It actually shows a slightly different perspective in reference to Shingeki No Kyojin. While the other two songs in the single loudly scream about charging forward and defeating their enemies, this melody shows a vastly different meaning to the characters’ purpose of getting away from the tall cages.
You have no idea how much I’ve actually looped this song today after I read and interpreted the lyrics today.
One thing though, the ending of the song is actually part of the first soundtrack in the album, Guren No Yumiya. hmm.