"Name 5 fictional characters you would like to doink, schwantz, have your way with, do the nasty with, molest, etc etc then tag 6 unsuspecting victims."
1. My Mother the Car. Yes, I have actually watched this series, and that Car was hawt. Especially the episode where she got drunk. Drunken lonely sedans... mmmm. Talk about a MILF. Or MtCILF. Or something. Maybe we could have a threesome with Kitt. No, I am not being silly. Haven't you read J.G. Ballard's Crash?
2. Gally. Although I worry a little bit about whether she's metal where it counts, like Princess Kushana in Kaze no Tane no Nausicaa, one of whose arms is metal, and who says, "One who will be my husband will see yet more dreadful things." I doubt that line survived the Disney Touch of Death in the R1 English dub track, though.
3. Hm. This list is getting unexpectedly dark. Next: Dr. Laurel Weaver, the pathologist in Men in Black. I will love her forever for her line, "I hate the living." And her sang froid at the climax.
4. Cables. Like the bed of cables Lain lies on in the ED to Serial Experiments Lain. In the OP of the currently running series Zettai Shounen there is a yet-unidentified (by Episode 7) female (?) character, dressed in black, who appears asleep (or just beginning to wake), half covered with serial cables. I would love to fall asleep nestled into a bed of cables, caressed by the soft, atonal music of billions of packets streaming around me. If only cables weren't so hard and stringy.
5. My flist. Don't kid me, I know you aren't all real. I've realized for a long time that everyone else on the net, except for me, is actually an AI experiment by SAIL, the CIA, the MIT Media Lab, the Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies, Google, the Cult of the Dead Cow, or various Pakistani and Czech hacking groups. But I love you all anyway, and would like to date you.
No, I can't name six other victims. You'll have to pick yourselves. Go!
遭遇== suuguu == (noun which can take する
to act as a verb) encounter
|Similar to 偶, but with 'person' replaced by the radical for 'movement along a road'. This character originally meant, 'meet someone by chance on a road'. The meaning of this character has evolved to be associated with meetings in general. Henshall suggests taking the right radical as a combination of 'insect' (虫), 'field' (田), with the middle portion as 'long legs', and as a mnemonic: 'Meet long-legged insect moving along in field.'|