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1 introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 12:10 am

Umm, so I'm 19 and I'm an independent when it comes to politics and I live in one of the hottest areas of Arizona. I wish I lived in Flagstaff (SNOW!), but sadly that is not to be.
I've been reading YU+ME for sometime now, but only just now decided to check out the forums. I am obviously incompetent at posting on this particular style of forum if my previous posts in the Fan-art section are anything to go by...

In any case, I'm not so good at introducing myself. If you have questions feel free to ask them Very Happy

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2 Re: introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:15 am

Well here's a question: What does your name mean? It kinda reminds me of a Pokemon name lol (no offense!)

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3 Re: introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 5:51 pm

Sakasama no Chou is a song, specifically the opening credits song to Jigoku Shojo.

The meaning contains some minor wordplay, given that there's some ambiguity in all (noun)no(noun) phrases. "Inverted/Reversed Butterfly" and "Butterfly of Inversion/Reversal" being the two readings.

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4 Re: introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:01 pm

Zelknolf, you are exactly correct and that is where I got the name. Sakasama No Chou by SNoW is my favorite Japanese song ever. Here is the official video.



edispee, no offense taken

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5 Re: introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:03 pm

Oh! I was wondering if your name was one word or multiple words. One of my favorite Japanese words is Chou (but my actual favorite is komorebi because of the meaning).

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6 Re: introduction, I'm not so good at these on Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:14 pm

freakingdork wrote:Oh! I was wondering if your name was one word or multiple words. One of my favorite Japanese words is Chou (but my actual favorite is komorebi because of the meaning).

*looks up word*
Smile That is pretty.

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