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Friday Night LiveChat!

April 12, 2013


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Another week’s work done and we’re going out to play for the night. We’re lucky tonight because we’re meeting up with one of donators from our Fundraiser! She has finally arrived in Korea so it’s time to take her out for a night out on the town. We’ve already done two of the meet ups so far, and at first we worried that things would be awkward, because we though “who the hell would want to hang out with us” – but they weren’t awkward at all. We had an awesome time! So, now that we’re about to do our third meet up tonight, we’re super excited. And these live chats always put us in a great mood, so we’ll be extra pumped for the evening. SHAZAM! DOUBLE SHAAAZAAAMMM!!!

Side note: remember when we used to shout Shazam a lot? I can’t even remember what videos those were from. You know, we need to get an Eatyourkimchi Nasty Dictionary/Nasty Glossary/Guide to Nastiness or something, because I’m sure that some of you might not have been around with us from the beginning. It’s a shame, because you missed out on some of our big kick phrases, like DOTHRAKI MAN WARRIOR! Well, make sure you never leave and you’ll never have to worry about missing out on any of our jokes again. Ha!

So we may not have had the chance to open all these packages on camera tonight, but we’ll say a great big thank you now, just in case! We are now pre-opening the boxes/envelopes so that we don’t waste time on camera struggling with knives and scissors. If we didn’t open your package on camera today, we’ll do it next time! :D We’re super excited about today’s fan mail opening because LOOK AT ALL THE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES!!! Plus, both Leigh and SooZee are in the studio tonight, so they can photobomb (camera bomb?) the live chat! WOOHOO!!!

Thank you to:

Gabriele from Lithuania
Hayley and Chelsea from Australia
Stephanie from the UK
Jessica from Indiana
Gaglayan from Turkey
Carmen from Connecticut
Benedict and Julie from Denmark
Jessamine from Hong Kong

Now we usually spend some time after the livechat to talk about what’s in the packages, but we’ve meeting our fundraiser donator right away! We gotta clean up the studio so it doesn’t look like a complete mess when they come in. Like, “hey! Thanks for donating! Look at the disgusting mess your contribution has funded!” Ah. No, I hope she understands. Right guise? Right? *shifty eyes*



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  1. guys, for the record, i mispronounce R and L as well ;u; i’m learning japanese and it does happen really often TuT so i feel you ;A; and it’s pretty frustrating cause it happens to me when i’m speaking spanish as well (i’m mexican) T vT;;

    7 years ago
  2. may i know which livechat was the package with ouran mug?

    7 years ago
  3. Yes.. I was learning Mandarin Chinese and when I saw words i’ve never seen before such as those darn chemistry formulas, instead of reading it like I normally do, i try sounding it out by the pinyin. Also, nowadays, i fumble over my words when speaking in English and I sometimes let out a few words in Mandarin towards my friends who don’t know Chinese xD

    7 years ago
  4. japanese has a similar r/l problem, but i also get a thing when reading vowel combinations or double consonants, and wven the way i read vowels gets affected… there was some mocha cheesecake, and i was like, what’s mocha [reading the cha like in charizard]…. twas my public shame

    7 years ago
  5. Hey guise! I’m soooo glad you liked the package! And that was some awesome pronounciation of my very VERY difficult name! But it’s spelled as Çağlayan :D
    I can’t wait to hear your opinions on Turkish coffee. (Especially Martina! The coffee was specifically for you, girl!) ^-^ If you like it, I’ll send you refills and of course some Turkish delight to eat with. *(^-^)/*
    oh, Simon, I hope the t-shirt fits you! I was reaaaaally nervous while buying it. I had attached a note, but incase you missed it, it says “İstanbul Gentlemen” on the shirt :D

    7 years ago
  6. Hey aren’t you the Pinoy guy who sent them a care package from Australia? :D

    Thank you for immediately starting on this project :)

    7 years ago
  7. Hey Simon and Martina, my Chinese class totally has the language fumble problem. We do not have the mispronunciation in English yet, but we always mess up our sentence structure when switching between English and Mandarin.

    In Chinese, the grammar structure is Subject+ Verb+ Object. However, when you want to add something like the time of day you have to put the time before the verb. So in English I am going shopping tomorrow is rearranged as I tomorrow go shopping.

    7 years ago
  8. Hai thar guise
    1. Martina I like your earrings
    2. Simon I like your shirt. Plaid FTW
    3. The eye thing from Istanbul I think is an “evil eye”. It’s supposed to ward off evil or something. My dad got me one when he went there for a business trip. Yay.

    7 years ago
  9. I’m in a fourth year Spanish class at school and it’s my last period and sometimes when school ends me and my friends’ brains don’t switch back to English very quickly so, just today, I was walking in the halls after class and nearly ran into somebody and instead of saying “sorry” or “excuse me” my brain went immediately to “Lo siento!” And I was like… D: What if that person isn’t taking Spanish and has no idea what I meant…! I love learning other languages, though. I’m willing to sacrifice my English for being a polyglot. xD I haven’t mastered any language yet, but I can get really good at pronunciation and it does make my English wishy washy (it doesn’t help that I have a mumbling problem eithere haha). My “L”s and “R”s are getting so flexible beacause of Japanese and Coreano. …I just spelled Korean the Spanish way didn’t I? O_o *facepalm* I’m also starting to get my “b”s and “v”s mixed up because the sounds so similar in Spanish and my brain trips over itself when I try to say cow in Spanish and it sounds like fool in Japanese (or Martina’s grandmother). So yeah… I’m saying goodbye to my days of perfect English. <:D My spelling is falling apart too… It was my best subject back in elementary but I keep makign typos this year. Anyway… I think it'll be worth it in the end. :D

    7 years ago
  10. ahahaaa loved it when Simon said he kicked KWill out the window!!!
    that is one WEIRD Kinder Egg!!

    i just found out about Digipedi too!!!! okay well like a few weeks ago!!! i love them!! i love ’em so much i even included them in my Uni work about their awesome videos!!! i was freakin’ out an spazzing when i found out they were behind Primary’s ‘See Through’ video!!!! and i was laughing a lot since they made that Orange Caramel ‘Lipstick’ video cos i was instantly reminded of you guys!! (sos for not tellin’ you guys about it before!!)
    oh and i thought they probably made the new ZionT ‘Babay’ mv ..but i guess they didn’t!!

    ahahahahah those oreos name!! *goes into oreo chant from Wreck It Ralph*
    when i speak in Bengali i’m like that too Simon!! and i also end up saying sentences in the the wrong order cos i say it in the order i would in English!! and then my parents and grandma would tell me off heehee!!
    your robot is e~vil!!!

    7 years ago