akahshi and i are going to attempt to spend the entire day blogging in chinese from midnight in our respective timezones (central for her and pacific for me)
we agreed to speak english in tags but apparently we can’t answer asks in english wtf allison… but yeah english in tags for that i guess
(i don’t know why we’re doing this either) okay that’s why you’ll see a bunch of chinese probably
a bunch of really bad chinese (on my end hAHHA)
這裡已經十二點了。。。早上十二點 T___T 所以我不能用英文了 OTL 對不起 ；A；
it actually made sense??? I’m.. impressed o:
YES IT DOES
I WAS GOING TO BE LIKE
SINCE WHEN DID YOU GO FROM JAPANESE TO CHINESE
last two weeks of summer ahaha i have a gap between summer school and actual school starting
I HAVE 21 MINUTES OF ENGLISH LEFT yeah i picked up most of my chinese from talking with my parents so i’m guessing whatever reading/writing knowledge i have is from a very brief encounter with chinese school LOL and my parents are from hangzhou so i guess i’m from around that area too and maybe once every two or so years? i’m going back at the end of this summer! :D
ahahha thank you! kind of… i mean i’m not learning it in school i’m chinese but i was born in germany and raised in america and chinese school really doesn’t compare to actually living in china and learning the language properly hahahah
i’m not sure why we’re doing this
i think we just hate each other because traditional hurts me and simplified hurts her
NO IT’S OKAY AHAHHA there’s no difference between 11pm and 12am except that i usually try to sleep at 12am which is either the difference in the world when i’m doing something but since i’m doing nothing it’s nothing
but yeah my speech pattern gets weird in chinese i think it’s because i can only construct extremely simple sentences hAHAHA…… i feel very cheesy and textbook-cliche when i speak in chinese
but thank you! :D
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Coughing and sputtering, Kuroo turned away as Kenma gave a lackluster ‘oh’ and raised the spoonful to his lips to start blowing.
Sick that day, Kuroo’s absence from school prompted Kenma to visit him afterwards. His mother was more than grateful to see him and asked if he could stay just a few hours while she went out to pick up some more medicine and run a few errands that were vital, smiling in relief when he nodded and was pointed towards the pot of soup she’d made him.
He hadn’t quite realized how hot it still was.
Waiting for Kuroo to stop coughing, he offered him the spoonful again. “I blew on it.”
"I don’t trust you… give me that," Kuroo mumbled and took the bowl after he sat up. A knee propped up, a layer of his blankets keeping the hot china from burning him as he blew on a new spoonful a few times before drinking it.
It had been just a fever, but it was a high enough one that his mother let him stay home from school. He’d been feeling progressively worse through the day and was in a terrible mood when Kenma showed up, face souring more at all the work he’d missed.
"You missed a pop quiz in English."
"Math was boring."
"Oh. Practice. We’ve got a practice match next week."
Looking up to see Kenma standing, the multicolored male looked a bit surprised at him. “What?”
"You’re just leaving?" Kuroo asked. "…I’m bored."
Kenma frowned. “…What should I do then?”
"…I don’t know. Keep talking."
"Oh," he said and sat down again after a moment. "…We watched a movie in history."
"Something other than school.”