I’ll be honest. I googled this. A man can dream, can’t he?
If Sedna wrote the school curriculum, I probably would have paid a lot more attention in class.
The key to becoming fluent in Japanese (or any other language) is to find a native speaking partner and speak it all the time even if you’re just a beginner. Fortunately for Dini his speaking partner never shuts up, so he should be fluent in no time.
It’s kinda’ silly that you fell asleep on a telescope when there’s a perfectly soft bunny like, right there!
I mean, in a way inanimate objects make the best friends because no matter what happens, they’re always there for you.
Except for printers. Printers are jerks.
It’s story arc time! Woooo!
Staying up until 5am to watch something live is like a rite of passage in Australia.
Sometimes when I’m busy I boot up Kerbal Space Program and tell myself I’m just going to do one quick little interplanetary mission. This is partly why I’ll never be able to do a daily strip.
Sedna’s probably already planned out the wedding, honeymoon, first 3 years of marriage, and the names of their children.
Poor Dini has no idea what he’s getting himself into. Wait until he finds out that there are over 2’000 kanji characters and multiple ways of pronouncing each one. Plus 46 hiragana characters, 46 katakana characters, and don’t even get me started on the grammar.
Some people have teddy bears…