free web tracker soliloquies: 12/11/2005 - 12/18/2005


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Friday, December 16, 2005

too young

People do learn off a lot of things off their experiences.

Note :
apparent features, enjoyable conversations, match in characters, direction, hobbies, loveblind.


I really envy people who have the ability to make others, or more specifically, Japanese people laugh in an elegant manner.

The reason of this envy is not because I lack the ability to make others laugh. I, like most people, have a decent sense of humor and I can make others laugh on certain occasions. However, there's this feeling inside me which constantly tells me that the sense of humor I posess often is ineffective against most Japanese people.

On the other hand, I think I have the receptors for both Japanese and English "senses of humor" which allows me to laugh at humor that originated from both of these cultures. It would be nice if I can spice up others' lives by making my friends laugh more of the largest differences in humor that exists in between these two cultures is the usage of sarcasm.

Sarcasm is not an element that consists humor here in Japan. Most of the times, it is taken as an offensive act which will probably make Chandler the most bullied kid. lol I tend to say sarcastic stuff as a joke quite frequently and it could be causing negative effects on my reputation.

What would be the most effective method to learn Japanese sense of humor off my everyday life? Well...if I had the answer to this question, I would've begun doing it a long time ago. Sigh. lol