According to all known laws of reading names, there is no way Japanese names should be able to fly. There are many ways to read a name and you’ll never get its fat little body off the ground. But Japanese names, of course, flies anyway because Japanese names don’t care what Westerners think is impossible. Family name, given name. Family name, given name. Family name, given name. Family name, given name. Oh look, given name and family name! Let’s Westernize a bit. Kastel, breakfast is ready! Ikuuuuuu! Hang on a sec. Hello? Kastel? Mendokusai-chan? Can you believe this is happening? I can’t. I’ll pick you up. Looking radical. Use the EDICT. Your father installed Translation Aggregator just for you. Sorry, got excited. Here’s the N1 graduate. We’re very proud of you, son. A perfect report card. All Es for Eroge. Very proud. Ma, I got a thing going here. You got cum on your hand. Ow, I love Evangelion too much. Wave to us! We’ll be in the shittweeting row. Bye. Kastel, I told you stop writing shitty blog posts! Hey, Kastel. Hey, Mendokusai-chan. Is that cum on your hand? Yes, special day. Graduation. Never thought I played Chuusotsu this year. Good writing, good visuals. Maybe I’ll write about it in 12 Days. But twelve days of blogging weird shit. I’m glad I have no life whatsoever. But you do come back different every time you write a post. Hey, Kastel. Artie, growing a mustache? You know, you don’t need to look 18 to buy eroge. Hear about Harambe? No, let’s not do that meme. Everybody knows, memes never die. Just don’t waste an important post day on modifying a stupid script. Such a lazy nerd. I guess he could have just not published a thing for a day and be extremely lazy. But I love how he incorporates memes into our days, so he has no life. That’s why we don’t need vacations. Boy, quite a bit of pretension going here. Especially under the circumstances. But well, Mendokusai-chan, today we are officially anibloggers. We are! Aniblarghers. Amen! Hallelujah!
You don’t learn how to read family names. Unless you want to learn every pointless reading. Just google the name or hear it said aloud.
Tomorrow, we’ll be talking about how to convert words into katakana.