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Apr. 14th, 2013

And more work.

Really, work is pretty much the only thing I have going on any more.

So the 2012-2013 academic year has ended, and the 2013-2014 year has started. And I once again ended up with more fucking classes than anyone else here. When I got the email saying more classes were being added to my schedule, I blew the fuck up and sent a reply saying that that was bullshit and not fair and they needed to do something to help me out or I was bouncing the fuck out of here (not in those words, per se). All this went down the night before I had to go down to Tokyo HQ for an all-teachers meeting anyway.

I didn't get a reply email, but at HQ the personnel guys pulled me aside for a chat. They said they were sorry, but there was nothing they could do, because the extra classes wouldn't fit into anyone else's schedule because of how the branch school I work at itself set them up. I learned that last year I actually had more kids classes than anyone else in the entire Kanto area, and that this year I also have more classes than anyone else. Probably more than anyone else in the whole fucking company. But, hey, they promised it won't happen again next year.

Then they told me I was getting more money, and that calmed me down considerably. Because, yes, if I'm doing more work than everyone else, then I should be getting paid more than everyone else.

And then the all-teachers meeting happened, and I learned I was named one of the top 10 teachers. When I saw that, my first thought was "What'd I do?" And then I laughed at myself, saying I just had a total Syn moment. Then they gave me cookies.

So that was last week.

Today (well... technically yesterday... Saturday) was the start of this year's kids classes. I had three kids classes today, and between the first two I only knew one student. But my third class of the day was all students I had last year. While I was in the classroom getting the materials ready, I heard a staff member tell the kids that I would be their teacher, and they actually cheered. .o_o

So while I say I'm no good at this job, I guess I'm doing something right.


Jan. 25th, 2013


I feel like I haven't posted anything meaningful in a while. I blame work.

No, really.

I don't know if I've mentioned here, but my current work situation really blows. Like, remember how I had (literally) three times more work than any of the other native teachers last year? Yeah, it's that all over again. Thankfully it's not quite three times more, but once again, as usual, I have more classes than any of my co-workers, and every time I turn around I'm getting more classes added in to my schedule. I'm now working six days a week, since one of the other teachers here up and left to move to Tokyo (and in return for abandoning her students, she got promoted to Student Care Coordinator - but that's a rant for another day), and some of her classes were pushed onto me as overtime. Then they go and add more kids classes to my schedule. All after I already had more classes than anyone else. And no, nobody else is getting more classes forced onto them. Only me. And every single day, everyone else will have at least one hour - usually more - where they have nothing to do, except me. I don't get a break. I don't even have enough time to eat while at work.

My motto the past few months has been "I don't want to be justified in my anger." Meaning, as much as I don't like my tendency to flip out over nothing, I've come to think it's preferable to having a legitimate reason for being so pissed off all the time. However, in this case, I am justified.

Two of the other native teachers here, of their own accord, have gone to personnel and told them what's being done to me is bullshit. I didn't ask them to, I haven't even complained openly to anyone, but they saw it, and stood up on my behalf, because even they see that this is a really shitty thing to do to someone. It's not just me overreacting; other people are seeing it.

Last week the staff informed me that I would have to do some special lessons this week, and the other night one of the other teachers messaged me saying he would do them for me. And he did, and I'm extremely grateful that for once someone was willing to step up for me.

I keep telling myself things will get better. I can only hope so.

So that's the work front.

On the social front, I amazingly had a friend visit me. It was odd, because this friend has straight up said she wouldn't ever come here (she lives in Tokyo). This friend has traveled all over the fucking world to attend seiyuu events, but absolutely refused to visit a friend just a few cities away. And yes, I have visited her in the past, in Japan as well as when we both lived in California. So when she out of the blue wrote me saying "I need to visit you," I have to admit, I was suspicious. We had a lovely, fun day-and-a-half of hanging out, of course, but I can't help but wonder at the sudden change of heart.

As for games, a co-worker gave me an extra copy of 'Dragon Quest IX', and I've been playing that almost every moment I'm not at work. It's rather fun, and I especially like that the characters are my own created characters. As usual, I become addicted to anything I can customize.

In story news, I posted all of 'Between the Two' over at, so if anyone was actually reading it, it's there. I don't know if I'll finish posting it here as well. It seems a bit pointless now, and is a bit more work. I think aside from short side-stories, I'll probably just post everything over there from now on, and link it here.

Which, with that said, I've also posted the first part of the thing I wrote for NaNoWriMo there as well. It's pretty much totally un-beta'ed, as I'm really no good at self-editing, and decent betas don't exist. But... There it is. (And I usually update on Tuesdays, my only day off, for anyone who wants to follow it for some odd reason...)

Over the holiday, I was grabbed by several side-story ideas. I started writing one in one notebook, but didn't take that notebook with me to Kyoto. In Kyoto, while waiting for the bus, I started working on another story on the iPad, but am currently a little bit stuck with that, and only seem to work on it when I have absolutely nothing else to do. Then, a few weeks ago, when I was going out to eat I figured I'd do some writing on the other story I'd started, but when I got to the restaurant I realized I'd brought the wrong notebook. .>_> So I started a new one in the notebook I had with me. ... In conclusion, I'm currently working on three short stories at the same time. I hate when I do that.

And finally, on the dolly front, I'm enjoying the new boy very much. I know I've been sharing pics of him on Facebook and Tumblr, but since I haven't introduced him here, I will. So...

Meet Clay!

Yes, he's that Clay, and no, I don't currently have any plans to get a Nicholai. (But if something perfect is released.............)

Clay's head is a smidgen too big for his shorty short body, which kind of suits him, and I'm absolutely in love with him. Totally enthralled. I want to spoil the bejeezus out of him.

And in dolly story news... I've been in absolutely no mood to take any photostory pictures for months now.

I blame work.

I have no reason to use this icon, but I'm going to anyway.

Edit- Ooooooooooh~ I just realized it's Tachi's birthday. Six years! Happy Birthday, Lovie. ♥

Apr. 16th, 2012

I'm awful.

Well, I've started the new job. And I, like... I really suck at it. It's like the moment I left Tokyo I instantly forgot everything I'd spent two weeks learning. Every time I try to do something, it's awkward. I'm always having to bug the staff for stuff or getting in their way, so I'm sure they're going to hate me really soon. And I'm pretty sure the students think I'm retarded.

This is going swell.


Apr. 6th, 2012


I've managed to move into my new place in Utsunomiya, but it was with a HUGE deal of difficulty. Because my life is full of special and bullshit. And I won't get into details, because that would take about 178 pages of bitchery, but let's just say I almost ended up with all my shit tossed onto the street. But through the power of super nice people (link because it's that same person) putting themselves out for me even though they totally didn't have to, I got moved.

Then slept on the floor for two days, because no bedding.

And now I'm in Tokyo for a while, for new job training. They've put me up in a tiny, dirty little guest house, where the other patrons come in and out at all hours of the night. Somehow, I've learned to sleep through it. And while working in downtown Shinjuku makes me go through this shit twice a day, it's also pretty exciting.

The training will be for another week yet, and today I discovered I was picked as one of the two teachers who will be teaching a brand new class the school is offering this year. (I say "picked" like I'm awesome or something, but actually it was probably a really random selection. It's not like they know anything about me as a teacher, since I haven't even started with them yet. They just needed two native teachers to be "guinea pigs" for this new thing, and... my life is full of special.) So next week I have to go through some extra training.

And, yes, I get paid for all this time. ~FTW~

Anyway. I'll talk more about the training later, probably, but really do want to keep this post brief.

Because the real most important part is~~~~~ this!
Which I actually did a few weeks ago, but my internet was being stupid at the time and wouldn't let me upload. Then I almost forgot about it.

But there. Enjoy. ;P

Feb. 16th, 2012


I had a small realization that Antonio is actually a pretty good son. He does (or will do, when he gets around to it) everything that is required of him, and he does it well. It's just that he does it his own way, which more often than not gets on so-and-so's nerves.

Which brings us to this fabulous new story.

And in semi-other news, three out of four tests that I had to write this semester contained the mysterious characters "Tony" and "Quincy." I wonder if anyone would notice, and wonder where these names came from.

For my high-schoolers, we spent some time studying "What should I do?" "You should...." and then also some stuff about being sick. So one of the questions on their test was "I feel sick. What should I do?" One student's answer for this question was "I think you are a good teacher." .^^;; I laughed and said "Thanks! But you still get zero points."
(note: by "I said" I mean I said it to myself, because it's not like the students sit there with me while I'm correcting the tests. I did, however, actually write "thanks!" on his answer sheet. ;P )

Dec. 13th, 2011

Is there a voice at all coming out of my mouth?

My life would be so much easier if any one single fucking person would ever fucking listen to any god damn thing I say, ever.

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Oct. 4th, 2011

My strange life.

Nope, nothing normal here.

In (large) pictures. )

I'm sure this will all stop and my life will be boring again soon. Right?

Aug. 22nd, 2011

back into the fray

Sort of...

I`m back to work after my short summer vacation. Which isn`t a bad thing. I spent the past two weeks almost literally doing nothing but watching Kamen Rider Den-O and eating. .>_> I know I`ve gained weight (why is it so easy!?! .-_- ), and quite frankly, I was getting bored.

Not that being here is exciting by any means.

What pisses me off most is that the very day I have to start riding my bike to work again, it starts pouring rain. .-_- So I get to spend all day damp. And while the rain did cool the temperatures down a little bit... it was only a little bit. So I`m also dirty and sweaty. And damp. And my raincoat becomes something like a sauna when I wear it.

And for some reason, nobody has said a single word to me yet today.

Though summer vacation for the students ends this week, there are ceremonies and festivals and tests coming up. I don`t even know when classes start again. I have nothing to do, really. I have all the lesson plans I want to do done, though I guess I could spend a few minutes making copies of worksheets. That`s always fun.

But first, coffee.

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May. 12th, 2011

typed while bored at work...

While my workload this year is far greater than last year, I'm enjoying this school sou much more. They actually include me in stuff, like "escape practice" (fire drills) and school trips. They made a name tag for me and had a laptop waiting for me on my first day. And everyone talks to me, and lets me talk to them in my pigeon Japanese. I feel like a real part of the staff here.

Last week we went to Nikko. It was soooo beautiful! There was a big temple with a tall pagoda and many many lanterns. And the temple was painted in bright colors, which is unusual for temples in Japan.
And at lunch time we went to this dining room, where all the kids pulled out their lunches they'd brought from home, and said their “Itadakimasu!” ... Then after they started eating, we teachers went into a separate, closed room (with tatami floors and sliding doors~) and got served fancy bentos and hot soup. So delicious! Teachers are spoiled. ;P

Tuesday was PTA meetings, so no classes. PTA meetings are one thing I'm actually not included in... but neither are many of the non-homeroom teachers. So I spent all day Tuesday sitting at my desk. ... I am now four plus weeks ahead in lesson plans, for all four grades. Now I'm struggling to find other things to do. ... Like write journal entries to post later, and research names suitable for unicorns.

Also on Tuesday (it was a very strange day), I learned my new company really doesn't want to direct deposit my monthly pay unless I have an account with the JP Post bank, which I don't have. (Actually, I've still been using my Ibaraki-based bank, so have had to use the ATM at 7-11, so get charged 105円 every time I need some money.) So to pay me on Tuesday, they just gave me my salary in cash. .o_o I can't say it's the first time I've held an envelope with $2000 in it, but it was the first time I actually got to keep said envelope.
Next week my company contact person is going to go with me to the post office to open a JP Post bank account. I think while I'm there, since she'll be with me, I'll inquire about how to do bank transfers (right now, to get money into my U.S. bank account (to pay bills, like student loans) I get money orders, but the U.S. post offices keep claiming they don't have enough cash on hand to cash them, so if I try to send much more than $500, it's a problem) and/or see about getting a debit/credit card (so I can buy stuff online without sending a money order home first).

(The whole money issue is becoming a huge pain in the ass! For example, I have the money (in cash, in an envelope .^^; ) to pay off unicorn right now, but have no good way of getting that money into my U.S. bank, short of getting a bunch of small increment money orders. But since each money order is 2000円, they start to add up. I got a Japanese paypal account, but then found out they only do credit card payments. .-_- There's no way to hook Japanese paypal to my Japanese bank account. Such a pain! So if I can do bank transfers, things will be slightly easier, though I'll still have to leave work to go to the post office to do it. Luckily, there's a post office with a JP Post bank branch right next to the school, and they don't seem to mind me running out for a bit if I have no classes.)

So, yesterday, on my way to work, I realized that I'd forgotten to pack a lunch. I was so distraught, thinking I'd have to starve all day. Then, while I was moping at my desk, I heard the call of "Bento!"
Aha! I'd forgotten that every day they put in a bento order. Saved! They're 400円, which is more than the school lunches from last year, so of course I won't get them every day, but it's nice that if I forget to bring something, like yesterday, I have a plan B-ento.
And it was delicious.

Anyway. While I may sound happy – mostly about work stuffs – I've actually been pretty grumpy lately. I know it's hormonal, but that doesn't really help any. The other day I had a moment where I swore I could physically feel my mood drop. Not fun.
But I'll get over it.

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Apr. 30th, 2011

*spoiler alert*

So I made my 9th graders do speeches about their families, and to help/give an idea of what I was looking for, I wrote a sample speech for them. Well, actually, basically I just copied what the ALT before me had written, but changed things to make it more fun for me. ;P Because that's what this is all about, after all.

So this is what I wrote. Can you guess the POV? ;P

Hello, everyone.
Today I will tell you about my family.
There are five people in my family.
We live in a big house in New York.
First, I will talk about my parents.
My father is a lawyer. He likes fishing and reading books.
My mother likes reading, too. She also likes shopping.
Next, my older brother is a history teacher. He's 27 years old.
Last, my younger brother is 9 years old. He's an elementary school student.
We also have a cat named Luke.
Thank you.

Too much fun. >3

Apr. 4th, 2011

Speaking of which....

I could talk about how the new job is going. How I'm in way over my head, will have to teach my classes myself, including making my own lesson plans for four different grade levels, but am finding it impossible to do so as I have no idea what the lessons should be on or what level they should be at.

I could talk about how I accidentally stole a train ride home, after wandering around lost for five hours, and how I'm now paranoid to use the train at all, lest their cameras caught me and now have wanted posters of me up at every station.

I could even talk about how much I HATE the water in my apartment, which is either boiling hot or cold. There is no in-between; I can't wash dishes like this.

But instead, I'll talk about how in another two weeks or so, my Tenimyu-seeing dry spell will be over.


I was sad that I missed the Fudomine show. It would have been so meaningful to see that one, since my first Tenimyu was a Fudomyu. But I'm very pleased to be seeing Rudy/Yama-myu; it's like filling in gaps of what I missed before.

I am, however, actually a little disappointed that they're combining St. Rudolph and Yamabuki into one show. How are they going to fit everything in? I hope they don't cut corners; I hope it's not just Ryoma wins, Ryoma wins, the end.

I need my Fujicest, or I won't be satisfied.

Anyway, the hall looks humongous, so of course with my luck I'm expecting to be on, like, the 5th balcony or something, where everything is so small I can't see shit. But at least I'll be there?

That is, if my "ticket" even pans out. .>_>

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Mar. 9th, 2011

My soul gets a little closer to hell every time he waves at me.

Of course, we all know I like my co-workers. Of course! We all know that.

But lately I've been really annoyed with them.

At the junior high school, I feel like they're always hovering. There are no desks behind mine, just a wall, and yet somehow there's always someone behind me. One of the teachers is always walking back and forth, back and forth behind me. I took count once (I get really bored...), and she walked back and forth behind me ten times in an hour. Ten times! That averages to a pass every six minutes!

Chick seriously needs a job or something.

And don't even get me started on Slurpy McSlurpleton, who drinks his tea much like a cow, only louder.

Maybe I'm having hormonal issues. Maybe I'm just tired and need to spend more than a few hours at home for once.

At least my students are still gems.

Kid: "I am a junior high school student."
Me: "Yes."
Kid: "Are you?"
Me: "No, I'm not."
Kid: "Oh, I'm sorry."
Me: "It's... ok."


Feb. 21st, 2011

仕事? あります!

I have pictures to post, but am not done editing them. So instead, I'll talk about the job situation.

The past few weeks I've been super-stressed because of the whole not knowing if I'll have a job next month issue. My company kept saying they were looking for a place to send me, but then other ALTs in the area were getting offered positions and I wasn't, so I began to lose hope.

I said before that I had a good interview with another company, but before I ever heard back from them I - at long last, being, just last week - was finally offered a position with my current company, which I said I'd take. Shortly after that, the new company got back to me and said everything was great, and they had a position for me... which I said I'd take.

So the current situation is I have two jobs. It's a huge relief.

Of course, I can only take one position, and since no contracts have been signed yet, I'm free to pick whichever sounds better. But I already know I'm going to take the position with the new company. Not just because I've been hearing scary rumors about my current company leaving ALTs stranded at the drop of a hat... or making them RIDE A BICYCLE FOR OVER AN HOUR to and from work every day... The #1 deciding factor is that the contract with the new company is for two years, which means I won't have to go through all this again for at least a little while.

So in March I'll be moving to Sano, in Tochigi prefecture. It looks like a much nicer city than Chikusei (don't get me wrong, I like this place, but...), with an outlet mall, and a movie theater (no more traveling for an hour to see movies), and is famous in Japan for its ramen. The apartment the new company is setting up for me will actually have a separate living room and bedroom (so they say), so it gives me a hope that it'll have a real balcony too. I figured I'd just leave my current bicycle behind, since it's been left out in the rain and snow so much it's now all rickety and rusted, and new company will be giving me a new one, so, score.

Also, the Board of Education there decided that since I know some Japanese, I'm to be paid an extra 20,000 yen a month! =D

In conclusion, I'm excited.

And, semi-related, I'm sad to report that all doll stories will be put on hold until after we move. Because it would be ridiculous to be like "Hey, welcome! Unpack your stuff! Ok, now repack it, because we're moving!"

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Feb. 9th, 2011

My crazy life.

It hailed this morning. Like, a lot. And of course, I had to ride my bike through it... for an hour. Luckily, I didn't slip, but I did see someone else on a bike wipe out. Ouch. By noon, the sun had come out, and the snow was gone.

My schedule of classes got changed again, so I ended up not having any classes until after lunch.

For lunch, I usually eat with one of the classes, but today when the office lady called the class-of-the-day they said they'd already finished eating. ... The fuck? What, did they shovel their whole tray in five minutes?
So I ate with the office ladies. It was fun.

Then came shortly before 6th period. Apparently someone in Sekijyo, where my school is, had to be taken to a hospital in Tokyo... or something. That's what I thought I heard, but never got clarification. Anyway, so they had to go by helicopter, and apparently the best spot for the helicopter to land was the junior high school's soccer field. So that's where they landed.
Since I had class 6th period, I didn't get to see the landing (thanks, schedule change!), but it was still there when I came back, so after a little bit, I got to see it take off. Was pretty cool! They really do just go straight up. Neat.

Speaking of seeing neat things for the first time at Sekichuu, yesterday I sat in on the kendo club's practice. I'd never seen kendo in real life before, so it was very exciting for me. Was super cool, and I told them as much. ... Then laughed as they figured out the translation for "super cool." ;P It's their fun new phrase.

And finally, while my company said they'd be looking for a new position for me, I went ahead and started applying to other companies anyway. I've still not heard from my company, so am inclined to believe they're not looking as hard as they act like they are. But I ended up landing an interview with another company, and it went pretty well. They said they liked my resume and liked me, so would give my information to one of the BOE's they work with. So... against my better judgment, I'm hopeful....

Oh, and finally finally, Friday is a holiday, so three-day weekend. I'll be spending Friday and Saturday in Tokyo and Yokohama, shacking up with some guy I've been talking to on the internet. Should be fun.

Or I'll be murdered.

Either is ok.

Oh, and I saw a dead cat on the sidewalk. .;__; And that, more than rain or snow or anything else, is the worst part of riding a bike everywhere.

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Feb. 3rd, 2011

Well fuck me with a spoon.

So the best-case scenario is totally gone.

My company didn't get their contract with Chikusei city renewed, so I'll definitely be moving come March.

Now all I can hope for is that they can find someplace else to send me. My coordinator said if they can get a contract somewhere else, they'd like to offer me another position, so I'm holding on to that. Hopefully that means they do want to keep me employed. And are able to.

If not, the next step is to try other companies. But like I said before - it took me a year to get hired by the company I'm with now, so I have no reason to believe I can just pick up with another company just like that. Apparently, I'm un-hireable.

Worst case scenario, I go back to the US. Probably get a minimum wage job being treated like dirt at Target. Probably just kill myself or something; easier than spending the rest of my life paying off worthless student loans.

I really don't want to leave here.

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Jan. 30th, 2011

found and found

Oh good. I was able to find a copy of my resume that I'd emailed off before, when I was applying to four or five companies a week and still took a year to find this job. That means I won't have to re-create a whole new one. (since my only other saved copy is on my dead computer)

And my grandma was able to find my diplomas, and sent them off, so I'll have those on hand if needed.

So, here we go again.

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Jan. 27th, 2011


Had a meeting with my company yesterday. I had to give a demo lesson, which was fine, except I was totally nervous the whole time, and I think it showed. But what has me more unsettled is that afterward we were talking about getting our contracts renewed for another year, and even though our time for this year is almost up, they still don't know what cities they'll get contracts with, so don't know if there will be any place to send us. We were told there's no guarantee we'll have jobs in another two months, and they said repeatedly that if we wanted to start looking at other companies to work for, it's ok.

I do not like the sound of that. At all.

I understand they're just being honest, but it makes it sound an awful lot like I'm more likely than not going to be unemployed in a foreign country very soon.

They say to go ahead and start looking at other companies, but it took me a year after graduating to find someone who would hire me. I can't live here a year with no job. I'd have to live on the street without any way to pay rent.

I would actually be forced to go [the fuck] back home and start all [the fuck] over again. And it was too god-damned expensive to come here for me to be satisfied with that.

I'm scared.


Jan. 20th, 2011

wrap up

And to end the seven days of doll memes.. .^^

New story!

Which, not only do I now have to use a new version of Photoshop and a new page builder, but also a new FTP client, since ftpx decided to become dicks and charge for theirs. Found something just as good though, for free.


This is becoming so troublesome. .-_-

And in totally other news, today a first grader started to cry because I didn't sit by him at lunch. .;___; So I moved to sit next to him. He then proceeded to ignore me the rest of the lunch period. .^^;;

Dec. 14th, 2010

home of death

There's a section of the 8th grade English textbook that shows ways to talk about one's home/city. It gives an example that goes "I live in Koganei. It's in the west of Tokyo. It's famous for its beautiful park. There are many cherry trees in the park. I love my city."

So one of the teachers asked me to write a similar thing about my home city. Of course, there's literally nothing to talk about with Waterford, Michigan, so I figured I'd write about Detroit instead. It's close enough. So I wrote something generic, like "I come from Detroit. It's in the east of Michigan. It's famous for its cars," and so on. Nice and generic.

But if I felt like being super honest, I would have to write "Detroit is in the east of Michigan. It's famous for murder. There are many drive-bys in the city. It's a shithole; don't ever go there."

Dec. 10th, 2010

You crazy kids.

Since we're coming up on winter vacation, I've been doing a lot of Christmas-related things at work. Today I was teaching one of my fourth-grade classes, and did a little talk about how we celebrate Christmas in my family, and then after we let the students ask any questions. Most of the questions were asked through their teacher, who is pretty decent at English, but one of the kids asked if he could ask me directly, in Japanese. She told him I would probably be able to understand if he spoke slowly, so he made a big show of talking in slow-motion. .^^ So it kind of went "Iiiiiiiiichiiiiiiiibaaaaannnn biiiiikuuriiiiii shitttteeee naaaaa puuuuuuureeeeeeeezeeeeeeeeennntooooooooo waaaaaa nnnaaaann deeeesssu kaaaa?"


Though he was being a cheeky brat, I couldn't help but crack up at it.

And I have to wonder, if he's this saucy at nine years old, what's he going to be like at nineteen? .^^;

My other silly thing is last night I was playing 'Smash Hit 2', doing doubles, but decided to mix up the teams a bit. I usually do doubles with either Tezuka and Atobe or Tachibana and Renji, but I felt like playing with Akutsu yesterday, so I split my usual pairs up, and played as Akutsu with Tezuka, against Taichi and Atobe.

From the start, I imagined Atobe throwing a fit at being paired with Taichi.

When game started, I quickly realized I wasn't going to get to play. .^^;; Akutsu and Taichi just kinda stood there while Tezuka and Atobe seemed to only be playing with each other. And at one point Taichi actually said "僕もボールを打ったいです" ("I want to hit the ball too").
Until Tezuka knocked Taichi flat on his back (which highly amuses me that that can be done in this game XD ). I couldn't help but imagine Akutsu having to be held back from beating the shit out of his own doubles partner.
.... Then he hit Taichi himself, in the face.
.............. Twice.

AkuTez pair won, by the way.

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