Monday, June 4, 2012

Fan Fiction: Sanada Akihiko x Kirijo Mitsuru

I am merely just sharing one of the fanfic
which I somehow found while
browsing some doujinshi on Persona 3 FES
Credits to the writer

+Main Resource+


Evenings for the past several weeks had been sporadically punctuated with unexplained cold snaps and momentary blackouts. A couple of times, light bulbs had exploded. I had been out on walks for these instances, but I heard the others talk. We lived in a ten-year-old brownstone dorm, not nearly old enough for strange behavior, and I had not noticed any hauntings.

Everyone would return soon. Until then, I was on my own, spending most of the day snoozing by the TV. Mmm yes. It sure would have been nice if someone put a pet door in the place. I'd have to ask Aigis to ask alpha matriarch Mitsuru about that.

As I mused, footsteps came up the front walkway. I knew them, but just to make sure—

One of the common room windows was open for ventilation. Sniff. It was a lovely, shimmery day, no hint of sleet or snow. Cold weather made smelling harder, but I could manage. A couple of black crows cawed in the front lawn, oily wings flapping. Sunlight bounced off warmed grass, carrying the sharp scents of other dogs, a stray cat darting into the alleyway to the north, rubber bicycle tire particles, gasoline fumes, oh, and hmm…two people, two sets of smells, two voices.

Mitsuru-matriarch and alpha patriarch Akihiko, back from school. Most excellent.

Mitsuru said, "So about those new pastries at the bakery—"

It was rare that the two of them were the first ones home. My curled tail wagged furiously, just as happy to see them as the rest of me. The door clacked open, and a refreshing gust of cold air tickled through my fur.

Akihiko chuckled. "Yes, they must be trying to refresh their selection. Hey, Koro-chan. We're back."

Woof! Mitsuru-matriarch was closer. I approached her to investigate.

Mitsuru had distinct fragrances that changed at different points on her body. I snuggled against her calves. The back of her knees, for instance, differed from her wrists. She generally smelled of crisp cedar mixed with aloe, charcoal, and hard leather polish.

She reached down to pet me, murmuring a greeting. Something fell free, sparkling at her throat. Ah, the silver snowflake. Her sleeves were touched with ballpoint and highlighter ink, foamy hand soap and chalk. Yukari often came home with chalky pine resin powder on her clothes; this was different, drier, like limestone.

She spoke to Akihiko. "We're back at the dorms. Now will you tell me why you were laughing back there?"

I discreetly pointed my snout at Mitsuru's crotch. Humans are a bit touchy about that area, for some reason. Polite as always, if a bit distracted today, she stood still for her daily check. I inhaled deeply of rainfall and an intriguing humid musk.

Akihiko craned his neck around the room. He rumbled his merriment. "Coast is clear. Consider their name."

I turned to greet Akihiko also, so he wouldn't feel left out. Akihiko usually possessed a good clean sweat. I leaned hard against his legs. He was pungent and salty and gritty like ocean tides and beach sand. Akihiko also carried hints of other people on him. He must have stopped by the boxing club today, if only for a moment. He reached down to scratch my back. I wiggled in delight.

Mitsuru crossed her arms under her breasts. "What about it?"

"Honeymoon donuts."

"Well, they're round like the moon. Maybe they're made with honey?"

Unlike Mitsuru, whose scents were more distinctly localized, Akihiko's smells tended to blend together into a complex whole. Most humans don't really notice these sorts of things. His dark school pants seemed ionized with spring water, his groin faintly peppery. Traces of yellow bar soap, old sweat-soaked canvas, clanging iron and slick concrete clung to him like invisible decorations.

"Take a closer look," Akihiko said. He undid the twist tie of a clear plastic bag and slid it down around a pillowy round object.

Sugar! Fresh oil! Chewable starches! The hole was a little piece of dough perforated along its edges. I smacked my lips and made tearful round eyes, hoping someone would notice.

"See? The center hasn't been"–-Akihiko thrust his finger through the center in a fluid motion—"poked out yet." A donut hole fell out. Akihiko flashed a Junpei-esque grin and popped the piece in his mouth. I watched his actions attentively.

Mitsuru dropped her schoolbag on the floor—no food in there—and stepped closer, grasping his hand as if mesmerized. She gazed at him with a half-smile on her face; he returned the smile, and I imagined my best case scenario: that someone would be clumsy enough to drop the open bag where I could snap up a sample.

Mitsuru parted her lips and licked Akihiko's fingers tentatively, like a little blind kitten, making an inarticulate hungry sound in her throat. Of course top dog gets first dibs, I thought. Oh please oh please oh please I'll take a crumb, I will. Her appealing rainfall scent had intensified. I snurfed with interest. She delicately cleaned Akihiko's hand of sugary bits, staring at him the entire time. I stared as hard as I could, too.

Akihiko had turned a radiant hue of warm pink. He seemed frozen, staring at Mitsuru-matriarch.

Akihiko-patriarch didn't seem to be aware of it, but his body was humming too. It was like a TV with the volume turned way down. Sometimes Junpei and Ken would fall asleep in front of the TV like that, especially after an all-night horror movie marathon. I snorted. If the alphas weren't going to eat the damn donut, I had a mind to bump them and remind them I was conveniently available—

"Oh, I get it." Mitsuru looked around quickly as she held his arm. She put her cheek next to Akihiko's, her lips barely touching his. He was breathing shallowly. "Not your shower," she said. Her voice was heated, sultry.

"No," he agreed. Akihiko slid his free hand underneath Mitsuru's winter school jacket. "I had to use yours for three days while it defrosted. Not that it was a bad thing—"

"Then where?"

"What about the rooftop? I'm glad that weather-making of yours mostly overwhelms my powers." His hand slipped down to grasp her wool-clad rear.

"Hmph. I'm glad we're the highest building around here. You won't be cold?" She had become a fetching tint of red as well.

"I expect I'll be somewhere warm enough." Akihiko rumbled deep in his chest, putting emphasis on the 'r's in "where" and "warm." But he didn't let go of the donut bag. I sighed.

"All right. I'll get a tarp, you get the blankets."

"Yes, Miss Kirijo."

Mitsuru-matriarch smelled increasingly sexy as she spoke to Akihiko-patriarch. She was a dizzying combination of delicious fresh abalone, a bitch in luscious heat, a spring downpour over mown grass and the promise of refreshing ice in a summer drink.

Akihiko's fragrance hinted of damp underbrush in deep forest and spicy peppercorns and lichen on rough tree bark and ozone during lightning storms—

I remembered fondly a French poodle and Norwegian Elkhound mix of my acquaintance. She had lived down the street from the shrine a year ago. Adelaide had been striking, not beautiful in the classic sense, but she carried herself well. She had been raised in Paris and her fragrance near-equaled Mitsuru-matriarch.

My tail, which often has a mind of its own, started thumping faster. It's perfectly natural that I licked myself in honor of her memory. Ah, youth.

One day, mi amour had invited me to play behind the trees, while our humans sat nearby talking to each other. She told me that she knew I had been admiring her from afar and—well, one thing led to another—let me just say she found me attractive as well. I regret that her humans moved to another city soon thereafter. C'est la vie, c'est la guerre, she had said with a Gallic shrug.

Enough of reverie. The matriarch and patriarch had gone ahead. Alas, I had been forgotten. I sauntered partway up the stairs to follow out of curiosity when the front doorknob rattled open.

Fuuka Yamagishi came through the door with a fir-green knapsack and two viridian tote bags full of groceries. A black laptop bag was strapped across her torso. The luggage made her look like a lumpy turtle. Her scent was mainly of cool moss, with an overlay of Conté crayon. I greeted her happily; she was starting to get the hang of cooking kibble, with Ken Amada's help. Only every other batch was ruined now.

Ken trailed behind her into the room. All I could see of him were two legs, and a third tote bag of groceries that he held in front of him. He smelled of pencil graphite and basketball rubber. I idly inspected the groceries he carried. A tub of miso, a bunch of leafy mizuna, a bag of mikan tangerines, metal tins—not anything that I could eat straightaway.

"Hi Koro-chan! We stopped by the store to get some of that canned food for you that you like so much," Fuuka said. Ah! Her lilting voice was music to my ears. I licked her face and Ken's, making sure they knew I appreciated their generosity. The lights above flickered, died, came back.

"Oh dear." Fuuka put her grocery bags down on the kitchen table. "Let's get some flashlights just in case, Ken-chan. Want to come along, Koro-chan?"

Ken split off to stop by his room on the second floor. I followed her to the third floor, where she switched on a small rubberized flashlight and allowed me to clamp my jaws around it. If the lights went out, I would be fine without, but I am always happy to be of assistance to humans who do not see as well in the dark as I.

My ears twitched. Two floors above, very faintly, I heard startlingly happy sounds. They were arousing in their joy, both male and female voices. Love does make everything better. Oh my.

I thought again of my Adelaide, and my ears drooped a little. I was truly happy for matriarch and patriarch, but feeling a little sorry for myself.

"Koro-chan, are you okay?" Fuuka petted me, getting just the right itchy spot under my collar. Her consideration cheered me, and I nuzzled her gratefully. We met Ken along the way, a gust of frosty air following us as we clumped down the stairs.

We left our flashlights nearby. Ken cracked open the metal tin of my food and gave it to me in a heavy blue bowl. Fuuka boiled water and launched an all-out whirlwind attack on the groceries. Ken pushed a high wooden chair to the laminate counter and sat next to her. I nosed into the aroma of juicy chicken, bone meal and nutty brown rice. The homey clatter of chopping and stir-frying enveloped us.

By then, Aigis and Junpei Iori had returned home. They stopped in the kitchen to visit. Junpei tried to sneak up on me, yelling "Boo!" from an arm's length away. I barked a hello at him. He cackled, poured some hot water for his instant ramen and headed upstairs. "Got a lot of studying to do tonight!" he declared, earning several unconvinced eyes in his direction. "After I take a meal break and all!"

"Maybe he met a nerdy girl in cram school," offered Ken.

"Did Mitsuru-senpai get him to go to cram school? That's amazing." Fuuka scooped something from a pan and tasted it. The gas stove clicked off. "Ken-chan, I think this is okay. What do you think?" I snuffled; it smelled like beef broccoli with carrots, and unburned this time.

Ken seemed to like it enough, as he accepted a bowl with rice. He settled at the kitchen table with a magazine, courageous child.

Aigis leaned towards me, the supple, subtle fragrance of her machine oil wafting in my direction. "I have already finished my homework. Would you like to go for a walk?" she inquired.

It was just the thing to cap off a brilliant meal. I lolled my tongue and nodded. She retrieved my leash from a drawer under the counter. As she attached it to my collar, she cocked her head slightly. "Did you hear that, Koro-chan?"

I'm afraid I was too lost in the delight of a potential excursion to notice. Aigis petted me with understanding. In the meantime, Fuuka took her bowl and switched on the evening news broadcast. The weather report would be on right after the commercials. Once again, the lights flickered. I fancied a snowflake had been blown indoors.

We exited into the sharp, clear evening. A steady breeze swirled around us in the front portico. "Which way?" Aigis pointed in three different directions. I picked the direction of the shrine.

We were down the stairs and on the sidewalk when she and I, with our superior senses, heard a feminine scream of the most erotic nature. My mechanical friend had only enough time to utter, "Mitsu—?" before we were buried in an avalanche of fluffy powdered snow. Whuff.

We dug ourselves out of the pile, what fun! An immense thunderclap followed, a blinding flash bringing the entire neighborhood into sharp relief—chasing us back into the building, where I felt the irresistible need to rid myself all that chilly snow. I do regret shaking it off into the foyer, but it seemed necessary at the time.

Fuuka was looking at the windows behind us in astonishment. "The weather report said we'd have clear skies and sun for the rest of the week," she said. "Those weathermen are so rarely right. We'll have to dig ourselves out of here or wait for that snow to melt."

She refocused her wide, dark eyes on us. "Aigis? You might want to go stand in your shower and brush off the snow on your head."

That was when the power went out. We heard a manly shriek. Junpei came pounding down the stairs. "I nearly beat the final boss in Last Legend XXII on his seventh transformation!" he cried.

The power returned to life. "Aw hell," Junpei said. He stumped back up the stairs.

"I thought he was studying," Fuuka mumbled. Ken had come into the common room. He simply shrugged. Aigis' posture was perfectly straight. Not a crystal of snow dust had dislodged from her head or shoulders. Her cerulean eyes looked wordlessly up at the ceiling.

That was how Aigis and I began to suspect the truth behind the dorm's recently strange events. I have asked her not to speak of this to anyone. For whatever reason, I feel that Mitsuru-matriarch and Akihiko-patriarch wish to keep it their own personal secret.

Thus, June is here~

My semester break is going to end pretty soon
and in just a few more days
I'll be starting my 7th semester
(if I survived the previous one)

The semester break wasn't really long
heck it was about a week
So in that week, I spent my time
on watching anime and trying to finish up
the freaking Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES

I've finished The Journey with a bad ending
instead of fighting the Nyx because
I knew I probably wouldn't make it in time
by the end of the semester break since in order
to fight the Nyx, I'd have to be a level 90 or 99.
At that moment I was around level 60
and was finished having fun with Surt.
I wanted Thor really badly but the arcana level
for it haven't reached maximum and
I never really thought I'd have to make it so.

So when Ryoji a.k.a. Pharos came on
New Year's Eve, I just thought
'Bleh. . .I'll fight the Nyx later when I have the time'

It was because I was so curious about The Answer
So I had to search for videos of the ending
making sure I didn't miss out anything
when starting a game in The Answer.
So in the second part, the story revolves
around Aigis and The Abyss of Time.

Minato (main character in the first part)
died to kill Nyx and to save everyone.
Aigis had emotions by that time
and it made her fallen into depression.
Somehow Minato keeps on appearing
as the team goes on fighting shadows
in The Abyss of Time to discover the truth
behind the connection to the place and to the dorm,
also to find out why the day keeps on
repeating itself and why memories
of the past keep on revealing itself.

I reckon I'm still halfway of The Answer
and I really want to finish it up *sighs*


Sometimes I'd get bored from sitting down
the single chair and sticking my eyes
onto the TV monitor screen (surprisingly)
So I'd always counter it by watching Naruto.
I've watched it when it was first released
and when it got popular.

I really love the part when the team first get
to go on a trip outside of Konoha.
They had to fight Zabuza and Haku.
I think that part will be the only
favourite ones in Naruto out of all.

+Haku & Zabuza+

One of my favourite couple
although both of them are guys
but Haku seriously have this feminine side.
Aside from having that soft and angelic look,
he submit himself entirely on Zabuza.
Zabuza, on the other hand, is a powerful guy
whom people call a demon.
Even though Zabuza's heart is cruel
and would do anything to obtain power,
despite his fierce look, he has a soft spot
that is only meant for Haku.

The story between start off with Haku
when he was still a kid, he was by the bridge
during a snowy day and was lonesome.
That was when Zabuza appeared
as he was passing by (probably after killing people)
and saw a child all by itself.
Haku was one of those who possessed
the special Bloodline Limit Ability
(almost similar to Sasuke having a sharingan)
and Zabuza noticed it when he first
see Haku's eyes. It was then
Zabuza deicded to take Haku with him
as a subordinate.
Really touching story and this blog post
would go too long if I were to explain the full story.

Currently my most favourite pairing is
~Kakashi and Sakura~
watching the video really melts my heart

Ever since the episode where Naruto and Sasuke
were fighting on the rooftop of the hospital,
Naruto was using Rasengan and
Sasuka was using Chidori
then when both of them were going
for each other with the intention of killing,
Sakura was there crying and wanted
to stop them by interfering.
However, Kakashi came in light speed
and stopped the boys.
After having a talk with Jiraiya,
Sakura was still crying and Kakashi
went to her and said
"Cheer up, everything is going to be alright"
(when it wasn't)
The moment when Kakashi felt that
sympathy and need to calm Sakura
along with that kind of smile.
Oh you know what I mean!


That's It For Now!

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

+Park Min Young+

I was just browsing through Korean actresses
and suddenly I found this beautiful photo
A contemporary makeup featuring
a natural look.

Before I encountered this photo
I was searching for information regarding
an architectural style - Brutalism
I think I might be falling in love with it
after gazing through some photos

The Bauhaus architect Le Corbusier
used the French phrase
béton brut, or raw concrete,
to describe the construction of his
rough, concrete buildings.
Brutalism grew out of the Bauhaus Movement
and the béton brut buildings by
Le Corbusier and his followers.

Heavy and angular,
Brutalist buildings can be constructed
quickly and economically.

Common features are:

1. Precast concrete slabs
2. Rough, unfinished surfaces
3. Exposed steel beams
4. Massive, sculptural shapes


In my opinion, Brutalism is
all about being true to the material.
Exposing raw concrete instead of
colouring it with paint or using other finishes.
It's like when everyone's home is
standardized with a certain colour of paint.
And so an architect said
"Why should we colour the concrete?"
other questions are like
"Why can't we leave it bare
revealing it's purest nature?"
Thus, brutalist architects arose
and the style still lives until today

But we have yet to see such style here in town
urgh. . I'd wish I can see one around here


That's it for the day
and with that I'd like to end it with
a recent song that I've found out
It's one of my favourite

Wolf's Rain - Strangers

We've found a kind of paradise
in a flowers bloom
We've seen the end of a mystic land
so close it meets the parting sun.
We've shared the thoughts that two could share,
we feel the truth, magic that we send...
Searching for something new
Isle of Gold in flowers bloom

We've heard a kind of paradise
beyond the desert's dunes
We've walked the earth in solitude,
so cold we need the warmth of sun.
We've lived the life that we could live,
we see the truth magic that begins...
Searching for something new
Isle of Gold in flowers bloom

We've found a kind of paradise,
below a sky so new.
We've weaved a web of mystery so wide,
we need the light of day.
We've worn the cloak of secret lives,
we've seen the truth, magic that we send...
Searching for something new
Isle of Gold in flowers bloom

So when will it end?
So when, when will we meet, my friend?

Mhmm reminds me of me

1st of May, 2012 - Kaichou wa Maid-Sama! Chapter 70

+Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Chapter 70 link+

It's finally here!
But this time the story is focusing
more onto Misaki's and Suzuna's father
Ayuzawa Sakuya

In the previous chapter
Sakkun volunteered to be
Maid Latte's chef but then he confessed
that he was Misaki's long lost father.

Misaki was told by her mother, Minako
that her father left them with a high amount
of debt shouldering their family
because his father loves to gamble
and is as irresponsible sloth
However in Chapter 70
Minako tells the real story why Sakuya leaves

In this chapter, there isn't much
'Kyaa Kyaa' moments between Usui and Misaki
but only the normal perverted alien question.

Misaki. . aren't you going to ask me something?

*looks at Usui with surprise*

But it's fine if you don't want to ask. . .
Then. . . I'll ask instead

*becomes worried*

What's Misaki's underwear colour today?


That's It For Now!
See You When I See You

1st of May, 2012 - Cars

. . .Psst. . .
If you're interested in Japanese contemporary art
and you're planning to be in Japan soon,
an amazing show by Yasuyuki Nishio
one of Japan's top contemporary sculptors
opens this weekend in Tokyo.
The exhibition is inspired by last year's earthquake
and will feature several new large-scale works.

I'd really love to go and see the exhibition
but I don't have the cash yet *sighs*


It was around afternoon I was at the
parking area in Karamunsing
and I saw this car

Peugeot RCZ
which was released in May 2010
and only a few people know it's existence
It's the cheapest sports car in town
and The RCZ received the Top Gear 2010
Coupe of the Year award,
the Auto Express Special Design Award 2010
and has won red dot awards.

It is a concept car holding a
concept of the Double Bubble.

Although It's only suitable
for 1 driver and 1 passenger
It's still one of my favourite car


Next is this commercial

Volvo S60 T6 R-Design | Little Red

Basically what I'd like to share
is the Volvo cars
It's material is one of the strongest
in the whole world
and it's the safetiest car ever built.

Volvo cars can also be describe as
a luxurious car with it's design
and interior space.
One of the coming cars from volvo
are concept cars like S60 concept car.

Again, not many people are fancy
with this type of car because
they say that it's an old folks car who are rich.
Surely youths are more to sporty cars
like Nissan Fairlady and the Lamborghini.
but when it comes to accidents,
Volvo drivers will be laughing all day.

and of course the s60 is one of my favourite cars

That's It For Now!

1st of May, 2012 - Movies

Yes good morning to this lovely month
which is the month of May
also in the Roman Catholic calender
it is known as the month of Mother Mary
It is Labour day today
so I'm going to take this time to update
my blog for a little while

My finals are coming up soon
and everyone is busy finishing up
what's left of their work
I'm on my 2nd year of college
but I still feel like I haven't learn enough yet

Nevertheless, today I'll just focus on
what I've recently encounter
mhmm mhmm~


First on the list is none other
than the Avengers
A group of superheros trying to save
the world from the hands of the evil ones.

I'd say it's a smart movie
because before they directly make this movie
they split the stories focusing on each one
of the heros but too bad they didn't show
a movie about the Black Widow and Hawkeye
Overall rating for this movie is 97%
which of course it's one of the best movies
of the year and I'm sure everyone is
waiting for the next one.

However I wasn't satisfied with the Hulk
I mean the professor's character.
It's so sad that they had to find
a replacement for the previous actor.

Here's a little something XD

Next on the list is the Cabin in the woods
a horror movie with a twist in it.
I'm not really in fond with horror movies
or blood splattering and ghosts appearing
out of nowhere hunting a person down
and you're sitting there watching them
suffering until they are dead =w=
I was like covering my face the whole time
while watching this movie
but it was for the sake of Thor XD
to bad Chris Hemsworth's character
had to die in the middle of the movie
because of the barrier that he hit
while riding his motorcycle

I like the whole concept of the movie
it has a rating of 93%
Lots of movies tells about what happened
during the end of the world like
the avangers and transformers.
But this movie is something like
the terminator where it tells you
what triggers or what happens
before the battle.

It's just so horrifyingly cool

Move on to the movie Lock Out
a science fiction movie
and it's the same director who made Taken
I really love the movie Taken
but it's sad that Lock Out only has a
34% of overall rating.

Most people complain of how the guy
jumped from MS one,
a prison orbiting in outer space
and landed on Earth without a sweat.
It's not logical they say.

I like the characters but the story,
mmm not so. .

Last it Battleship
A group of new coming actors that
might be replacing Liam Nelson and Van Damme
but will never could I think *laughs*
Tha movie scores a 37% of rating
and yes lots of people complained about this one.

My first opinion. . . really. .
is that Rihanna isn't suitable for
the character that she was given.
A military lady. . okay. .
but in the movie it looked like she
was the only lady in that ship.
A reverse-harem movie?
Aside from that it's just such a pity
for the aliens because the aliens
didn't even try to kill the humans
I mean all they did was crush ships,
bridges, buildings and other
man-made stuff.
Clearly in the movie it shows that
a kid was standing in front of the alien
but the alien didn't kill the kid, instead just
went pass through it.
HOWEVER, the humans go on
and attack and kill all the aliens.
Why? Well maybe that's just the human way
I was like. . . really? Seriously?

The only exciting thing about this movie
is their strategies and the old
steam-powered battleship.
Oh! and also Liam Nelson kyaaa~!


Next will be about cars
Until then~

Monday, April 2, 2012

2nd of April, 2012 - おはようございます


It's a cute dance~
I just wanted to share it XD
The girls are from Evangelion
However, I haven't watch the anime yet.
But they're cute~