- omg kaito
- he is just
- a huge ball of insecurity wrapped in a superiority complex and hair gel
GET OUT OF MY ACCOUNT, AMANUMA.
I DON’T APPRECIATE YOUR ASININE ATTEMPTS OF IMPERSONATION.
KURMA’S A DICK I HATE HIM. >:(
If I had his body for a day I’d get “buttface” tattooed on my forehead so everyone knows how stupid he is.
This is the one answer I am not going to refute, despite the juvenile actions behind it.
Probably when I peed my pants right as I got off the airplane.
I am literally going to take your soul, Amanuma.
I’m ashamed of always wearing my purple jumpsuit thing everywhere. Even my girlfriend has better taste in clothes and she’s naked half the time.
I’m most proud of doing so well against Amanuma in Goblin City! He’s indubitably the best video game player in the entire world, so of course I was gonna lose in the end. But I put up a pretty good fight, all considering.
Although I admit with disdain that Ruka has the better taste in clothing, my shame is personal and I’d rather not admit it in public.
However, my pinnacle of achievement comes from publication, and has absolutely nothing to do with Amanuma… unless you count dealing with him on a semi-regular basis an achievement worthy of pride.
I can totally see how you’d think that considering I’m such a huge nerd and all. All I do is sit at home and read books and clean.
Thing is, though, is that Francis is a lizard monster and that makes him way cooler than me. Maybe if I could grow a tail or scales or something that would make me less of a huge dork.
…I think you may have worse vision than I, if that’s what you truly believe.
I’ve spent the majority of this semester re-reading Victorian classics for a seminar I’m presenting later in April. However, it’s because of that that I’ve decided to take a small break and catch up on my contemporary literature. I’m about a third of the way through “Asleep” by Yoshimoto Banana.
TRIVIA TIME: Yu Kaito
His powers seem to be derived from a kotodama, which is a Japanese belief that mystical powers dwell in words and names.