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"the surprise also shook both hands to [keisuke] in front of the dew crocodile face."

...I can normally guess what the more bizarre pieces of 'floatage' are, but this kinda has me at a loss. The first part (unposted) made sense (specifically, that someone hadn't made any sense, ironically), but this bit?

I don't know why it recognises Akira (アキラ) as a name and treats it as such, but puts Keisuke (ケイスケ) in square brackets - meaning it can't translate it - like that. O_o They're both written in katakana in the game, after all...

EDIT: This, on the other hand, is both awesome and came out perfectly: "The boy laughed as proud as a peacock." XD

All I have to do now is look up the kanji that it keeps translating as "ladle", since in the context of the sentences it's obviously wrong. -_-; Unless Akira's doing something very weird to Keisuke...


"It goes flooey really because it is strangely hail-fellow-well-met."

The boy that surprised Keisuke in the first part just clung to both Akira and Keisuke's arms - totally cute picture! - and first he laughs, then he gives them a naughty smile, and then this! Flooey! XD


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Jun. 28th, 2007 07:06 pm (UTC)
Do you think we should cancel saturday's meeting? I'm looking at that dark rain band that isn't shifting all day and thinking the few that haven't said they weren't coming won't bother coming out.
Jun. 29th, 2007 09:19 pm (UTC)
I've been pondering that for a while. I might not actually be able to get into Nottingham because the road by the marina floods, but it tends to clear again fairly quickly. I still want to get into Notts to get some stuff (like smoothies - apparently we're running out O_o ) so I'll probably try anyway. But it might be awkward for you guys who travel by train. I don't know how well trains go through puddles?

But weirdly, it's not rained all day except for about 8AM this morning. Whether it does tomorrow, I don't know. The weather lately seems to be doing the opposite of the forecast...
Jun. 30th, 2007 12:55 am (UTC)
The train goes through a tunnel by the Power Station and then over the bridge over the river - there is some kind of joining of rivers over to the left of all this. Not sure which river it is. There might be some subsidence or flooding possibly. I think I might leave earlier because the large rain cloud doesn't seem to be that dark then. And of course Midland Mainline's website is not working. I suppose I should get back to writing the script...
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