*sighs* I’m so not motivated to study. ;_;
I’m screwed. I should be in mad panic mode right now, but all I feel is fatigue at the moment. Haven’t been sleeping well lately. I keep having nightmares/weirdo dreams that wake me up several times a night…
But leaving the depressing stuff aside and onto some happy news…
#2 on the WEEKLY ORICON CHART: Mizuki Nana’s 18th single – TRICKSTER
^Omedettou!!! \(^0^) I was going to check the chart myself, but since Nana-san announced it on her blog already, I don’t feel the need to do so anymore. 😄 I would think NEWS’s newest single topped the chart this week. =P
Anyway, today is a Wednesday, so it’s Nana-san’s turn to host GOLD RUSH.
She revealed some very interesting things this week, such as her nicknames when she was young.
LINK: GOLD RUSH ★水樹奈々のＭの世界★ #02 （2008,10,08）
So a listener asked the following question to Nana-san.
When you were young, how did people refer to you?
To which Nana-san answered:
1) Ichi-ni-san-shi-go-roku-NANA! <–長いなｗｗｗｗ
2) HACHI! (because 8 follows after 7? XDD)
3) BANANA <–ちょｗｗｗ
*is suddenly reminded of my own elementary nickname that lasted for a week*
Next interesting Mizuki Nana fact…
SHE LISTENS TO ENGLISH SONGS!!! I was really surprised when Oasis’s Morning Glory came on during the MPod Shuffle corner (where Mizuki-san picks a song from her iPod and plays it). Apparently, Morning Glory was the song that introduced Nana-san to western music. 😄 She says that up until her high school career, she listened to nothing but enka and anime songs, so that is why Oasis’s Morning Glory holds special significance to her. =D
Hm… I think that is all for GOLD RUSH. =D
Right, about time I got back to trying to study. ;_;
PS: JAM Project’s WORLD FLIGHT 2008 in HK was yesterday. Wonder how that went… Am I still bitter that I’m not in HK to attend that live? Somewhat. 😄