kanji baby

anonymous asked:

would you do a headcanon of the rfa members and V (if you do write about him if not i understand) ^^ finding out mc is addicted to otome games

I feel personally attacked because I have a bunch of otome games and I nearly was grounded because I kept buying stories and my mom hated the amount of money i was spending. And yes I write for V! also if anybody gets where each otome character is from I will love you ~Madre Mod


  • Jealous baby
  • “Mc pay attention to meeee~”
  • “Sorry yousung but my baby Kanji Okumiya needs my attention right now.” 
  • he is concerned when you end up sitting in a corner surrounded by a bunch of chips and various bottles.
  • also how much money you were spending is an issue too
  • he took your phone and  demanded to be the only boy you love


  • Why????? I’m right here????
  • zen is a confused man
  • why are you fangirling over a fictional character
  • “I bet I can out prince him, and win the fair maidens heart!”
  • He stomps out and goes to jumin for help
  • he nearly regrets going
  • he comes back in a prince outfit
  • and a limo, which he took you in and rode around places
  • beauty and the pj potato
  • you stopped playing otome games when he was around
  • but you did play them secretly ;)


  • 10/10 he found out because he kept seeing that something was charged on his credit card but he has no memory of buying something for $2
  • he called you out on it
  • but you were too busy playing an otome game
  • “Mc are you using my credit card to buy something?”
  • “I needed money to buy season 1,2, and 3 of Izumi Takasaki’s main story. So yes I used your credit card.”
  • “???? who????”
  • You had to sit jumin down and explain the ways of otome games
  • he took this as a challenge since you talked to highly about Izumi
  • “I should be the only person you talk highly about Mc.”
  • expect lots of jealousy kisses from Jumin
  • and a lil somethin else to remind you who you are dating ;))))


  • tbh I think she would have two otome games for when shes bored
  • is genuinely happy to find out that you have some also
  • asks you many questions on whos your favorite and whats your favorite game
  • you tell her that she kinda reminds you of Kaiji Akizuki.
  • mostly because they both do judo
  • and you admire her a bunch
  • like how she can manage to do a lot of multi-tasking
  • shes a bit happy
  • but also helps you maintain a good habit with the games so you dont spend a bunch of money on them in one day.


  • He already knew
  • he totally didn’t hack your phone to see why you kept staring at your phone and throwing it away (not far like ten inches) from you
  • he saw the otome games
  • he is interested in them
  • to surprise you he dresses up as one of your favorite otome boy(he hopes cause you have tons of pictures of this one guy for some reason) Rui Wakaba
  • He just bursts into your room in said costume and you scream
  • “Mc are you ok??”
  • “I..you….rui….seven??..” You fainted
  • Seven fit the role of Rui Wakaba almost perfectly
  • and you have your very own


  • He is confused when he hears you screaming one day
  • he thinks your in danger so he rushes to your shared room ready to fight
  • but instead he barely sees you on the bed holding your phone close to your chest
  • “Are you ok MC???”
  • “Rihito Hatsune was adorable as a kid!!!!!!”
  • V was confused for a while
  • you had to explain it to him
  • he understood after a good ten minutes
  • “Does it help you with something?”
  • “it makes me smile a whole lot when I feel down.”
  • Happy cuddling with V
  • Sometimes V will catch you smiling at the game and he takes pictures of it cause good god your smile is so gosh darn beautiful

Finally found the damn baby pic CGs. I can’t believe I thought they were Forged Wedding CGs so I’ve been barking up the wrong tree all this while!! It was always Class Trip Crush! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr….But man those babies just remind me of the onion emoticon…HAHAHAHAHAHA

Keep reading

For Japanese learning students, you know kanji can be really hard in many aspects. However, for me, the one that was the hardest was the reading. “How could possibly a character has more than one reading? How I’m going to learn it? Why is it like this?!?” I used to say. I think some of you may relate to this as well. Today I’m going to teach you one thing that I wish I had known before I started learning the language.

As some of you know, Japanese has three different separate writing systems. Hiragana for Japan-made words, Katakana for foreign words, and kanji for ideas or concept of something. Nevertheless, in my opinion, Japanese teachers introduce them like if they were three totally unrelated things. Yes, each one has a distinct function, but they are more connected than you can imagine. In fact, hiragana and katakana are basically the “babies” of kanji. They were born thanks to kanji. People reading this may be wondering, “okay, I get it, they seem like they developed from kanji, but what do I do with this information? How will this improve my Japanese?” Here is how language learning and etymology will answer your question

Have you noticed by any chance that, by just pure coincidence, when reading certain kanji you notice the kanji and it’s reading in hiragana are similar? Let’s take the example when I first noticed this weird “coincidence”: the last name 加藤 read as かとう(katou). When I saw that I was like 

“mmm… that’s interesting. The first kanji read as か is actually similar to the left radical… which is also similar to its katakana equivalent カ.” 

At that moment, I did not know that this wasn’t a coincidence at all.  And this “phenomenon” happened with other kanji as well. The kanji 江 read as “e” where the katakana reading was エ and so on.

Well, as I stated above, it wasn’t a coincidence. There is a historical reason for that.

If you look up old Japanese books like the Kojiki, you may think it’s Chinese. Neither hiragana nor katakana could be seen. Just kanji here and kanji there. Look it up on google and you’ll know what I’m talking about. For some centuries, Japanese was only written in kanji. Here the kanji was both used to write sounds or conveying a meaning. Believe me, it’s HARD to read. So how did Japanese people knew the difference? Simple, a writing system was made which only use was the phonetic one, called man’yogana. This became so much easier for Japanese people compared to how the writing system was before (it’s not pretty at all).

There was still one problem, this system was changed as the author wished. The author could use the character 可 instead of 加 to use the sound “ka”. This was later unified as time went by, so everyone could read and understand it. This “unification” led the rise of hiragana and katakana. Both systems got its easy style of writing after using a writing style called “grass-style” (think of it as a cursive style). Hence, 安 led to あ and so on. You can see the chart to see them all.

The main reason why I wrote this article is to encourage you to see the connection of the three writing system and use this information to make it easier for you to learn the reading of kanji. Once you know kana and its origins, you already know the reading of many of the kanji which, by the way, are used often in the Japanese writing. I hope this article helps you for your understanding of this fascinating language.


Kids are smol and adorable

Kanji and Naoto’s young counterparts with each other.


Let’s catch the culprit, ojii-san!

That’s so cute, Onee-san!

Tagged under #Kannao AU: Me and the Smol One