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that in Shall We Date - Ninja Love, I picked the hot, silent, angsty, blond ninja and promptly proceeded to get him killed. Now I am replaying it with him again out of sheer competitiveness but it doesn't look like I am doing much better. Sorry, sexy Kotaro! It looks like I'll have to bury you twice! Who knew a path to wedded bliss was so hard?

On the plus side, there was naked CPR.

ETA: yup, killed him twice, woe!! [livejournal.com profile] hanjae, help! What am I doing wrong??!!!

Btw, thank you for all your wishes! As you might have figured out, we are not in Peru yet - leaving tonight. We were dropping off Baby Mousie with our parents first as she is not really into seeing Incan ruins at her age ;)
dangermousie: (Default)
that in Shall We Date - Ninja Love, I picked the hot, silent, angsty, blond ninja and promptly proceeded to get him killed. Now I am replaying it with him again out of sheer competitiveness but it doesn't look like I am doing much better. Sorry, sexy Kotaro! It looks like I'll have to bury you twice! Who knew a path to wedded bliss was so hard?

On the plus side, there was naked CPR.

ETA: yup, killed him twice, woe!! [livejournal.com profile] hanjae, help! What am I doing wrong??!!!

Btw, thank you for all your wishes! As you might have figured out, we are not in Peru yet - leaving tonight. We were dropping off Baby Mousie with our parents first as she is not really into seeing Incan ruins at her age ;)
dangermousie: (Default)
that in Shall We Date - Ninja Love, I picked the hot, silent, angsty, blond ninja and promptly proceeded to get him killed. Now I am replaying it with him again out of sheer competitiveness but it doesn't look like I am doing much better. Sorry, sexy Kotaro! It looks like I'll have to bury you twice! Who knew a path to wedded bliss was so hard?

On the plus side, there was naked CPR.

ETA: yup, killed him twice, woe!! [livejournal.com profile] hanjae, help! What am I doing wrong??!!!

Btw, thank you for all your wishes! As you might have figured out, we are not in Peru yet - leaving tonight. We were dropping off Baby Mousie with our parents first as she is not really into seeing Incan ruins at her age ;)
dangermousie: (Kenshin: Aoshi by gravitykills)
I have just purchased "Shall We Date: Ninja Love" dating game for iPad. Yeah, like one of those sim dating games Renge likes on Ouran. Heeeeelp!

I blame [livejournal.com profile] hanjae. I dare you to read her pimp post and resist. I mean, you get to pretend-date a ninja while escaping obstacles!

Must see if there is one for pirates.



I am twelve.

In my defense, I have a long flight coming up.

Aoshi icon as it's the closest to a ninja icon I have.

Now, download faster, dammit! I still need to purchase additional ninja packs!
dangermousie: (Kenshin: Aoshi by gravitykills)
I have just purchased "Shall We Date: Ninja Love" dating game for iPad. Yeah, like one of those sim dating games Renge likes on Ouran. Heeeeelp!

I blame [livejournal.com profile] hanjae. I dare you to read her pimp post and resist. I mean, you get to pretend-date a ninja while escaping obstacles!

Must see if there is one for pirates.



I am twelve.

In my defense, I have a long flight coming up.

Aoshi icon as it's the closest to a ninja icon I have.

Now, download faster, dammit! I still need to purchase additional ninja packs!
dangermousie: (Kenshin: Aoshi by gravitykills)
I have just purchased "Shall We Date: Ninja Love" dating game for iPad. Yeah, like one of those sim dating games Renge likes on Ouran. Heeeeelp!

I blame [livejournal.com profile] hanjae. I dare you to read her pimp post and resist. I mean, you get to pretend-date a ninja while escaping obstacles!

Must see if there is one for pirates.



I am twelve.

In my defense, I have a long flight coming up.

Aoshi icon as it's the closest to a ninja icon I have.

Now, download faster, dammit! I still need to purchase additional ninja packs!
dangermousie: (MoL feet by ameyadevi)
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Shaolin Temple, the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is demanding an apology from an Internet user who said its monks had once been beaten in unarmed combat by a Japanese ninja, Chinese media reported on Friday.

Shaolin Temple, in the northern province of Henan, became famous in the West as the training ground for Kwai Chang "Grasshopper" Caine in the 1970s "Kung Fu" TV series.

Ninjas -- professional assassins trained in martial arts -- date back to mediaeval Japan.

"The so-called defeat is purely fabricated, and we demand the Internet user to apologise to the whole nation for the wrongs he or she did," the Beijing News said, citing a notice announced by a lawyer for the Shaolin monks.

Relations between Chinese and Japanese are sensitive at the best of times, with emotions still running high over Japan's invasion and occupation of parts of China in the first half of the 20th Century.

The Internet user, calling themselves "Five Minutes Every Day", said on an online forum last week that a Japanese ninja came to Shaolin, asked for a fight and many monks failed to beat him, the newspaper said.

"The facts that the monks could not defeat a Japanese ninja showed that they were named as kung fu masters in vain," the Internet user was quoted as saying in the post.

The Shaolin temple "strongly condemned the horrible deeds" of the user, the newspaper said.

"It is not only extremely irresponsible behaviour with respect to the Shaolin temple and its monks, but also to the whole martial art and Chinese nation," it quoted the monks as saying.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070831/od_uk_nm/oukoe_uk_china_ninja
dangermousie: (MoL feet by ameyadevi)
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Shaolin Temple, the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is demanding an apology from an Internet user who said its monks had once been beaten in unarmed combat by a Japanese ninja, Chinese media reported on Friday.

Shaolin Temple, in the northern province of Henan, became famous in the West as the training ground for Kwai Chang "Grasshopper" Caine in the 1970s "Kung Fu" TV series.

Ninjas -- professional assassins trained in martial arts -- date back to mediaeval Japan.

"The so-called defeat is purely fabricated, and we demand the Internet user to apologise to the whole nation for the wrongs he or she did," the Beijing News said, citing a notice announced by a lawyer for the Shaolin monks.

Relations between Chinese and Japanese are sensitive at the best of times, with emotions still running high over Japan's invasion and occupation of parts of China in the first half of the 20th Century.

The Internet user, calling themselves "Five Minutes Every Day", said on an online forum last week that a Japanese ninja came to Shaolin, asked for a fight and many monks failed to beat him, the newspaper said.

"The facts that the monks could not defeat a Japanese ninja showed that they were named as kung fu masters in vain," the Internet user was quoted as saying in the post.

The Shaolin temple "strongly condemned the horrible deeds" of the user, the newspaper said.

"It is not only extremely irresponsible behaviour with respect to the Shaolin temple and its monks, but also to the whole martial art and Chinese nation," it quoted the monks as saying.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070831/od_uk_nm/oukoe_uk_china_ninja
dangermousie: (MoL feet by ameyadevi)
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Shaolin Temple, the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is demanding an apology from an Internet user who said its monks had once been beaten in unarmed combat by a Japanese ninja, Chinese media reported on Friday.

Shaolin Temple, in the northern province of Henan, became famous in the West as the training ground for Kwai Chang "Grasshopper" Caine in the 1970s "Kung Fu" TV series.

Ninjas -- professional assassins trained in martial arts -- date back to mediaeval Japan.

"The so-called defeat is purely fabricated, and we demand the Internet user to apologise to the whole nation for the wrongs he or she did," the Beijing News said, citing a notice announced by a lawyer for the Shaolin monks.

Relations between Chinese and Japanese are sensitive at the best of times, with emotions still running high over Japan's invasion and occupation of parts of China in the first half of the 20th Century.

The Internet user, calling themselves "Five Minutes Every Day", said on an online forum last week that a Japanese ninja came to Shaolin, asked for a fight and many monks failed to beat him, the newspaper said.

"The facts that the monks could not defeat a Japanese ninja showed that they were named as kung fu masters in vain," the Internet user was quoted as saying in the post.

The Shaolin temple "strongly condemned the horrible deeds" of the user, the newspaper said.

"It is not only extremely irresponsible behaviour with respect to the Shaolin temple and its monks, but also to the whole martial art and Chinese nation," it quoted the monks as saying.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070831/od_uk_nm/oukoe_uk_china_ninja

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