Onee-chan is a horrible, horrible woman!
She came up and told me she’s saying her last goodbyes, since she won’t be involved in my life anymore. So I thought this was a good thing since now I can do whatever I want…and then she told me that she’s putting me in the hands of the rest of the other Author-san group, and so now I’m gonna have a million people telling me what to do!
She’s probably gonna go tend to that stupid Hana UTAU or this other new character she’s making. I’m being ignored! Oh, she tried to justify it – “you should feel lucky, there’s gonna be a whole book series about you”. Yeah, she’s writing it about the other Aster, not me. She’s so selfish, not thinking about me anymore.
So now I gotta deal with a ton of Authors breathing down my neck and telling me what to do and shipping me with Counter Guardians…ugh! She’s terrible.
Oh…and someone drew mustaches on my second volume of Fruits Basket. I am not pleased.
Not a good day.
No, I’m not jealous.
I’m not jealous that onee-chan is taking way too much time to attend to me, giving me the stupid excuse that she’s spent thirty days on me and is too burned out. I’m not even the same Aster!
I’m not jealous that she’s spending way too much time on that girl Hana. Just not too long ago I found out she’d spent an entire weekend devoting herself to work for that stupid UTAU!
I’m not jealous at all, no.
With all of the authors working on their National Novel Writing Month stuff (including onee-chan, who is too busy working on it as well as well as paying way too much attention to Hana), it’s really lonely and quiet in here…there are few people to talk to. Thankfully Adrian-kun, Chrys-chan, and Akai-chan are always around, along with some other people, but all the self-insert characters with Author-sans who are doing the contest are all locked up in their room.
I haven’t seen them in weeks. They could be dead and I’d never know…
It’s an odd experience with onee-chan properly writing the novel now…my memories, which have always existed, are suddenly becoming more detailed – it’s not like I’m suddenly remembering, but it’s just that everything that has happened to me is suddenly becoming more specific. I would still be able to talk about it in the same way.
…I’m bored. And we’re behind in anime classes…
P.S.: And there’s nobody around to help me find my postcard. The Library is so big, it’s impossible to search everywhere…
Whoever messes with this blog will get punishment! Punishment!
P.S.: And give me my postcard back!
I cosplayed as Chidori Kaname~
It was a lot of fun! We had a lot of snacks. Of course, Chrys-chan took a ton of them before I really got the chance to eat that much, but…eh. Chocolate is good.
This was Akai-chan’s first Halloween in the Society so naturally she liked to creep up behind people, wait until they weren’t looking…and then pounce on them, topple them over, and shove crack pills into their mouths. Will she ever learn?
P.S.: …I found a postcard on the ground that initially resembled mine but turned out to have the words “Trick or Treat! You’ve just been PWNED!” on it…Someone explain please.
Can’t he see that he’s going to give her wrong ideas if he keeps acting like that?
Can’t she see that the first one always wins?
I’m not happy. I’ve read enough shoujo manga to know what’s going to happen next.
Both of you. Get over it! And you Society members don’t know what’s going on. Trust me. This is not gonna end well.
P.S. I’m so mad the postcard doesn’t matter at this point.
Fate/stay night came out on Blu-Ray a few days ago, and Adrian-kun still hadn’t seen it (he hasn’t even played the original Fate/stay night game – what a failure) so we got it off the shelf when it spawned and stuck it in the Blu-Ray player. I must say it was very fun. He thought it was a ton of fanservice, but that’s ’cause he hasn’t played the ga~ame~!
So I made some popcorn and ramen for the occasion. The stuff is really, really bad for you when combo-ed like that (and I even exercised extra beforehand!) but I felt it worth it, so we watched the movie together.
The awkward moment was when Archer-kun himself walked in and we thought he’d be offended if he saw us watching (because Unlimited Blade Works happens to be about, well, him and his tragic past) so we quickly turned off the TV when he walked in. He was wondering what we were doing with popcorn and ramen, but we made up some excuses – I think he figured it out though.
(Oh, and Archer-kun, if you’re reading this…yeah, we were indeed watching UBW. I feel it’s okay to talk about it now…but you liked the game, didn’t you?)
Movie was so much fun. Let’s do it again.