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[May. 7th, 2005|10:13 am]
tearsofzorro
So I'm sitting in front of a computer 1 hour before my unix exam, writing up my LJ. I meant to write on ages ago, about random crap. I still mean to write that one up, by the way, but might as well mention some of the fluff.

I've recently gotten addicted to a puzzle game called sudoku that Ais showed me. It's kinda similar to logic puzzles I play sometimes, so I really have taken a liking to them. If you haven't seen 'em before check out Times Online for an introduction. So instead of studying I get addicted to these. Last year it was Spider Solitaire - still is. (If you're wondering why I use winXP to play it, it's because that's how I can print out my notes for the various courses I have, and just load that game while printing)

So anyway, the name sudoku then reminded me of a Gwen Stefani song called "Harajuko girls". So it got stuck in my head. Of course, then my twisted little mind decided to make it into "Hari kiri girls" - so now I'm trying to figure out how the lyrics would go. I'll figure them out soon enough... or I'll get bored. Either one is good.

But I was just thinking then about how the french "C'est beaucoup" and the Japanese "Sepuku" sound relatively similar. If it wasn't for the fact that sepuku was a ritual suicide to preserve the warrior's honour I'd try drawing similarities between the french of "That's enough" and a ritual suicide... like "I've had enough" etc etc.


You can really tell I'm bored.
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[User Picture]From: apocalypskorch
2005-05-09 08:50 pm (UTC)
Only you would start making those kind of connections. He he.
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[User Picture]From: tearsofzorro
2005-05-09 11:19 pm (UTC)
No. I'm sure many others would... the subtle difference is that I say them. :)
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