Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,
Suzi
k00kaburra

Amiboshi, don't make out with your brother! Bad!

I saw the opera Falstaff today, in San Francisco, and it was hysterically funny. Synopsis: Fat Bastard Knight Dude (John Falstaff) hits on two wealthy wives of prominant men in Windsor, and he is tricked and humiliated by these women multiple times. (His brain = not working = moron) Girl power by Shakespeare, Italianized and set to music by Verdi. But I don't really feel like talking about it, because I have other important topics to move on to, like...
The EEKness of Kakkoi Boys
Okay, that's not really want I want to talk about either. Just a conversation fragment Kat and I had on the way home from SF:

Kat: Thanks for letting me borrow Fushigi Yuugi.
Me: Thanks for returning this video in one piece.
Kat: Is Nuriko a girl or a boy [personality]?
Me: I dunno. I think he's a guy, and he had a really bizarre way of mourning his sister's death, like he said. But who knows?
Kat: If he was real, and I fell for him, would I be hetero or homo?
Me: Does it really matter? Either way you'd jump his shorts in a second.
Kat: Well, who would you want?
Me: **thinking** Amiboshi. I would be all over him like peanut butter on jelly.
Kat: You wouldn't even know he was alive!
Me: How d'you figger that?
Kat: If these guys were real, then Amiboshi'd be what - 15? That's a freshman, isn't it?
Me: Eew!
Kat: See? You'd never notice him, because he's just a underclassman.

Now, was that a quick jab at my taste in boys or a slick moral lesson wrapped up in a convenient Sam-type parable package? The answer: yes.
Subscribe
  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 0 comments