Misato~~ www Sometimes, I think I listen to Smile-Gang more for Misato than Nana-san. XDD The school corner is just way too funny. XD I also urge everyone to check out Misato’s blog (post on June 1st). Because she lost at rock-paper-scissors to Nana-san last week, she has to put up a picture of her messy apartment. That reminds me, the very beginning of this week’s Smile-Gang was of Nana-san imitating Misato. XDD
Anyway, moving onto the more important point of this post. NEW SONG AIRED ON SMILE-GANG!
…Should I comment on the name? Let’s not… Yes, I’m aware it’s the opening song for an anime of the same title… But that’s because the anime was named after the song.
Before I go on, let me first point out that Nana-san wrote the lyrics herself. There is one line that made me burst out laughing
(and no, it’s not the amount of 全力全開 that appeared, though it did make me chuckle).
“I will make it together”
*falls over laughing* Does she not have an editor? XD The line just jumped at me when I heard it. Seriously, they should at least have someone to double check her english lines. XD
About the song/lyrics… The instructions she was given (for lyrics writing purposes) was that it must be something that is hard to read and hard to understand (because that will be the theme of the song)… Something along the lines of story proverb. Nana-san had to buy a dictionary on that because she doesn’t know anything about that. XDD Overall though, the song is meant to be a “cheer up” song.
By the way, I’m liking this song better than ミュステリオン. I’m looping Young Alive! already. 😛
Zenryoku zenkai! Fumidasu yo! Hitori ja nai. Are you ready? Come on! Let’s go!
^For some reason, I really like it when Nana-san sang that part. 😛
Might be simply because of Zenryoku zenkai. XDD
Aside from Smile-Gang, there’s also World of M which is worth listening to this week.
This week’s World of M has called in Nakajima Megumi to be guest. Anyone who has watched Macross F should be familiar with her. :3
Speaking of which, I still haven’t gotten around to watching that. XDD;;
The two mainly talked about shoujo manga/anime, because Nana-san says she’s not very familiar with the genre. She’s more of a shounen manga/anime fan. Nakajima talks briefly about Marmalade Boy, a series that Nana-san did watch as well. It was an anime that ran in 1992. Here’s the funny point. Nana-san said that it’s not that weird for herself to know of the series, but in 1992, Nakajima Megumi should only be 2 years old back then! (Actually, depending on the month, Nakajima should be 3 by then). XDD;;
…And it was her birthday yesterday, so Nana-san (along with the staff of World of M) gave her flowers as a present.
They also did the “Bring Out Your Voice and Read the Following Line” corner together. They had to act as lolis. XDD That’s worth listening to, so even if you don’t really care about the rest of the program, at least fast-forward to the last part for that corner. 😛