Discussion in '† moi dix mois †' started by flowersofnight, Dec 7, 2012.
Ok, The first on topic post xD...
Some one noticed this?
edit: http://bit.ly/VQfGCK xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD (all make sense now, My avatar is a Bampire then xD)
I bet it's how they pronounce it. Or Mana once was a bampire, which would account for a lot in Moi dix Mois.
ok ok ok... so wtf with all this Kamijo legs fetish and Mana knee socks? hahahahaha
and that Bampire print is just EPIC!!! hahahaha I wonder if it's just that piece or is in every piece pf that dress?
I think it's going to be on EVERY dress, because its printed on the fabric.
Be Bampire... Great.... I have to show this to my friend....
As I die laughing...
http://www.oocities.org/televisioncity/ ... mbamfl.htm
Well that's embarrassing... :/
Japanese people often confuse 'v' and "b" when they pronounce european languages. I remember one of my friends telling to me "ce matin, j'ai "bu" un joli oiseau" XD (This morning, I "drank" a lovely bird). She gave courses of Japanese before she left Brussels and returned to Japan. We were at a pic-nic with her students and me. She wondered why we were all laughing
I did not better. The same day, I confused "sake" (鮭) = salm and "sake" (酒) = the alcohol
Maybe it will be corrected on the dresses which will be sold. I mean since Mana said he get one especially made for him it may also be the first item he gets to see that everything is correct (model, print, sewing).
I think that picture looks kind of fun...Mana reminds me of an old lady and the dress looks kind of childish, good combo.
Ahaha Mana posted a new entry with a picture that seems to be from the "Paradise" movie he already mentioned a long time ago in the Kegare interview (Malice Mizer era I think?)
It's not a very innocent movie... xD
edit : he edited this picture xD :
^That is a terrible movie that's a rip-off of another terrible movie.
Does he not realize how bad it is? It's like...Showgirls bad. I can't believe he's still talking about it.
"Bad" as in sexual or bad as in quality? Probably both. At least I've rarely heard that good reviews about "Paradise." I just read how the female actress (she was 17) was upset at the amount of nudity in the final cut of the movie.
one reviewer wrote:
another reviewer wrote:
MOVIE NIGHT! XD
Apparently the plot is in 1823 and they're trying to escape from Arab slave traders who want to add Sarah to the evil man's harem. Then they come upon paradise and blablabla.
At least "Blue Lagoon" had a beautiful young Brooke Shields. She's definitely what you'd call a natural beauty. I can't believe she was 14! So gorgeous at 14! (they said they used older body doubles for most of her nude scenes, Brooke Shields had to testify before Congress about this).
EDIT: Cereaux, I can't believe you know about "Showgirls" XD I've heard about it before but I didn't even know what it was about. I just looked it up. Oh man. But I agree about Mana lol.
Here's the interview where he mentioned it before:
http://www.lerman.biz/asagao/translatio ... naint1.php
Who doesn't know about Showgirls? It's one of the most famous big-budget flops right up there with Waterworld. xD
Anyway Paradise is just D-grade crap. Terrible all around unless you're a 12 year old boy who's never seen a boob before other than your mom's. Horrible acting, writing, production values etc. Mana has bad taste and he should feel bad.
Actually, he also likes some very cool films, like Black Sunday, Great Expectations and Dario Argento's stuff.
Actually I sort of think Mana's... "unique" tastes are one of his defining personality characteristics XD He seems to like a lot of things from his youth that may or may not ever have been good.
I kind of want to try out some of his spoooooooky board games, but they're all a fortune now and no one would play them with me XD
I looked up the director of Showgirls, and he actually did Robocop, Total Recall, and Basic Instinct too. Geez, I wonder what happened. He even did the whole "Alan Smithee", "Jan Jansen" thing for the credits of Showgirls. Man. I was reading that Showgirls was a Blockbuster/rental hit, I WONDER WHY.
Paradise is pretty lame and I love your comment about a 12 year old boy, I actually said, "Oh my God" out loud XD I know there are a ton of scenes featuring monkeys doing tricks. But it's basically an excuse to do that whole "young boy and girl alone in oasis, they have sex, look at the girl naked" thing all over again.
^ Here's a great summary of it, along with screencaps and funny captions of certain scenes if one scrolls down (SFW.)
...this was obviously done only for the $$$. It's always bad, no matter what XD It's like those animated Titanic movies in a way, but at least those are hilarious.
I did an Indian tv commercial for motor oil while backpacking. No boobs though. Nun o that in India guvnor.
I don't think there are bad tastes and good tastes. Everyone has different tastes. A lot of things influence those.
I never saw "Paradise" but I watched a lot of time "The Blue lagoon" and "Return to the blue lagoon". "Paradise" was criticized a lot when it was realised because it was considered as a parody of "The Blue lagoon". A lot of people were shocked by "The Blue lagoon". My parents were among them XD Now that I know that my dad was not my real one, that my mum maried him while she was loving my real dad, that my official dad was loving the wife of my real dad and that he was the father of her 3 chldren, I'd just say to them : how hipocritical you are !
Maybe that I have bad tastes but I love "The Blue Lagoon" a lot. Not for the nude and love scenes. It never attracted me more than it should XD. My preference has always gone to the one I love, nude But because there was a return to the nature in that film, a return to innocence. I have the habit to say that I only have a god in my life who I call "Lady Nature" XD Well, that film is an hymne to my Lady Nature. The 2 young characters act like we would all act if we were on a desert island, without social conventions, laws and bans. Even if we think we act because of our wills and thoughts, we are conditionned to act and to think like that because of our social conventions, parents, what we see in the others life etc
In that film, at last, it is not. I was 16 when "The Blue Lagoon" was realized and it marked me a lot. Nature always wins ! We are just a part of it ^^ I wouldn't say like the satanists that we can do everything, that all is allowed in life. There are a lot of things I shouldn't do and I met people of who I can't approve their acts. I just consider them as evil. But I can't understand why that film shocks so much. The characters are pretty young but the way they act is natural.
I always reproached to my parents not to have taken my far japanese cousin at home, with us. In fact, when I was about 14 (I don't exactly remember how old I was) my family received a letter from the ambassy of Japan telling us that an aunt of my mum who had gone in Japan years before with a japanese friend of my grand-father, had had a girl with him who had had herself 2 kids, a girl and a boy. My little little little... little cousins as I call them XD The boy was in an orphenage and the ambassy was looking for a house for him. I don't know where the girl was. Their mum was dead, their grand-father was dead and, at that time, we had no news form their grand-mother, my mum's aunt. They were alone. The first reaction of my parents was to take him in our home, with us. I don't know why he never came but I heard once my parents discussing together and telling they were afraid that we fell in love together and that we had sex together as soon as they turned their back XD If it is the reason why he never came in our house, it's ridulous. Even if what they feared had happened it would have been natural. That's all. Due to that I always had special thoughts towards that little little...little cousin XD He has always been in my heart <3 And his sister too <3
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