For the umpteenth time... The Japanese are soooo damn weird. In a lovable kind of way. I wonder what LuLu has to say about the "Loo Loo"...
now red, that's totally different. loo loo has an almost inquisitive rising pitch and emphasis that is stressed on the second loo. whereas LuLu has the emphasis placed on the first Lu, followed by a slightly descending pitch of humbleness and respect attached to the second Lu.
I have nothing to say about it because I'm not. Pressing. PLAY! And you can't make me ... so there ;-)
i bet you did. i bet you pressed play. 'cos it is quirktacular. i'm betting.
You'd loooooooossseeeee ...
Oh, come on now, LuLu. You know you want to.Resistance is futile
is just a widdle button. click da button. c'mon. all the other bloggers are doing it...
See ... now you've made it an issue of who'll break first. And as an Aries who forever leads with her head, I can guarantee it won't be me. I have to admit I am curious but I will not be assimilated ;-)
So, Rev. went there to teach English? And just exactly what has he been teaching them?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6BxUsVLS5k
Dammit! I'm at work, where our creaky old computers won't let me watch whatever is posted here - Just you wait until I get home PSA!As to what kind of English I used to teach --- ever seen the first opening bit of the first Saturday Night Live? The one with Michael O'Donohue teaching English to John Belushi?"Now just repeat after me: I want..."I wan...to feed.. to feed...your fingertips to the wolverinesyour feengerteeps to the wolfo..the wolvoto the wolverines -- I want to feed your fingertips to the wolverinesI wan to feed your feengerteeps to the wolverinesVery good!
'My hovercraft is full of eels'
Okay, now I've seen the clip...its Korean, not Japanese and as a matter of fact I have a toilet just like that complete with a heated seat for those cold winter mornings.
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