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Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:10 pm
by Kyler Thatch
HayStack44 wrote:When you cheer at your keyboard when, just out of curiosity having only heard about it recently, you check that awwnime bracket thing and notice that Lils and Hanako have been kicking arse and taking names :lol:
When you start to feel disappointed because Misha isn't.

When you start wondering if Ritsu counts for Team KS despite being a background cameo.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:47 pm
by Xanatos
HayStack44 wrote:When you cheer at your keyboard when, just out of curiosity having only heard about it recently, you check that awwnime bracket thing and notice that Lils and Hanako have been kicking arse and taking names :lol:
Shizune will beat them in a surprise victory. :P

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:55 pm
by MegaMoto
When you're friends (who took for ever to convince to try the game) don't like the waifu you like and and instead of fighting for your waifu's honor in the street you come here and look for posts that agree with you and read fanfiction .

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:18 pm
by Lianam
MegaMoto wrote:...and and instead of fighting for your waifu's honor in the street you come here and look for posts that agree with you and read fanfiction .
...and that's why a read some of the comments on a KS review...

(Also, too "and"s.)

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:35 pm
by emmjay
When you name your car after a KS character. My Chevy Metro is named Suzu for two reasons. One, because it's got a Suzuki engine; and two, on cold days, it has trouble waking up.
When you give serious thought to what kind of cars the characters would own, despite the fact that at least three of them will never be able to drive.
In no particular order, here's what I figure:
Misha: A Harley-Davidson. It just seems to fit. And Harleys are known for their distinctive noise, after all.
Hanako: Also a motorcycle, but something more along the lines of a Kawasaki. A crotch-rocket, in other words. And of course, she'd wear the kind of helmet that completely conceals the face.
Shizune: A BMW Z4 roadster, or something similarly powerful, expensive, and well-engineered.
Emi: A Mazda Miata.
Rin: A VW Beetle, either old or new. Which she would be constantly forgetting to maintain.
Kenji: A Volvo station wagon, festooned with political bumper stickers.
Lilly: Something comfortable and reliable, but not showy or flashy. Maybe a Mercedes or Lexus.
Hisao: Actually, I could see Hisao relying on public transport or his own two feet for the rest of his life.
Mutou: A beat-up, but still well-maintained, old Toyota Corolla hatchback.
Miki: Something fast and expensive. Corvette or somesuch. Or a
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Meiko: Well, she's just this side of a soccer mom, so - minivan.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:21 pm
by SpunkySix
You begin to see every action random females make as some kind of conspiracy act... before dismissing the thought as crazy immediately, obviously.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:21 pm
by valoth
When you shift your language interest from Spanish/Chinese to Japanese just because of KS.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:29 pm
by AaronIsCrunchy
valoth wrote:When you shift your language interest from Spanish/Chinese to Japanese just because of KS.
Sounds familiar, only mine was from Finnish to Japanese :P

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:53 pm
by SpunkySix
valoth wrote:When you shift your language interest from Spanish/Chinese to Japanese just because of KS.
I've always wanted to learn Japanese so I could read more manga and untranslated VNs, but haven't quite found the time. How long does it take roughly to get passable at it?

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 11:57 pm
by Potato
SpunkySix wrote:How long does it take roughly to get passable at it?
As long as it takes you to learn it. :P

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 3:43 am
by SpunkySix
Potato wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:How long does it take roughly to get passable at it?
As long as it takes you to learn it. :P
Well then, I'll be a monkey's second cousin drunk on lighter fluid.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 4:06 am
by AaronIsCrunchy
...when you find yourself narrating your day mentally like Hisao does his.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:37 am
by neio
SpunkySix wrote:
Potato wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:How long does it take roughly to get passable at it?
As long as it takes you to learn it. :P
Well then, I'll be a monkey's second cousin drunk on lighter fluid.
To be serious, there's a big spectrum when learning any language. I was reading Tintin after two years of high school french, but Les Miserables I didn't start until college. I just started learning Japanese on the side a few months ago, and I can already get through Yotsubato! raws. Those are in kana alone, though. I have heard "80 weeks" as the standard for "passable" Japanese.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 3:06 pm
by SpunkySix
neio wrote:To be serious, there's a big spectrum when learning any language. I was reading Tintin after two years of high school french, but Les Miserables I didn't start until college. I just started learning Japanese on the side a few months ago, and I can already get through Yotsubato! raws. Those are in kana alone, though. I have heard "80 weeks" as the standard for "passable" Japanese.
Hm. Might have to start during the Summer then... thanks.

Re: You have been playing too much KS when...

Posted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 5:13 am
by AussieInquisitor
emmjay wrote:When you name your car after a KS character. My Chevy Metro is named Suzu for two reasons. One, because it's got a Suzuki engine; and two, on cold days, it has trouble waking up.
When you give serious thought to what kind of cars the characters would own, despite the fact that at least three of them will never be able to drive.
In no particular order, here's what I figure:
Misha: A Harley-Davidson. It just seems to fit. And Harleys are known for their distinctive noise, after all.
Hanako: Also a motorcycle, but something more along the lines of a Kawasaki. A crotch-rocket, in other words. And of course, she'd wear the kind of helmet that completely conceals the face.
Shizune: A BMW Z4 roadster, or something similarly powerful, expensive, and well-engineered.
Emi: A Mazda Miata.
Rin: A VW Beetle, either old or new. Which she would be constantly forgetting to maintain.
Kenji: A Volvo station wagon, festooned with political bumper stickers.
Lilly: Something comfortable and reliable, but not showy or flashy. Maybe a Mercedes or Lexus.
Hisao: Actually, I could see Hisao relying on public transport or his own two feet for the rest of his life.
Mutou: A beat-up, but still well-maintained, old Toyota Corolla hatchback.
Miki: Something fast and expensive. Corvette or somesuch. Or a
Mishimmie image #3579
.
Meiko: Well, she's just this side of a soccer mom, so - minivan.
So the next time I see an Aston Martin tearing down the highway with a suited, blonde female driver, toting an MP5, I'd know to duck out of the wa- oh, wait. Sorry; wrong media source.

Still, it probably wouldn't have been above Akira to possess an Aston Martin or some other 'super-car' once she's well up on the promotion ladder .... I think (?)