Konbanwa Mayu! Yepp that phrase was right :) Thank you for teaching me the japanese phrases. The "der, die, das" thing is really hard. I thought about if i would have to learn it, and i don't know how people do that if it's not their native language ^^ I don't understand why "the table" is "der Tisch", der is the male form, why is a table masculine? lol But don't be frustrated if you don't get it. I know some people which were born here (their parents are from foreign countrys) and still have problems with that.
Wohoo, i will be welcomed :))) Japanese people are really kind :) If i come to japan i ask you what i HAVE to see there hehe :)
Great :) I'll ask you if i got questions. If you got questions about germany you can ask me too of course :)) Ou...actually i got a question, it's about the japanese language again. I remember i watched an anime in japanese (with subtitles of course ^-^) and when they talked to someone they said the name and a "name-article" like -san, -chan, -kun. Would you explain that to me? What would i say to you if i talk to you? Mayu-san? Mayu-chan? :))
Since 2007 LP came here every year, yepp. I guess they really like to play here :) In 2010 they played 6 shows in 2 weeks here. And in 2008 and this year they brought their "project revolution tour" to germany. I'm glad they come that often, i know there are a lot of fans which are not able to see them or just one time in a few years.
Ou, no i don't have a twitter account. I don't really like sites like twitter or facebook ^^ I like more to use msn to write with friends, it's more private. But actually i was thinking about creating an account, because sometimes i click on a link and it says "pls log in", that's annoying... You got one?
Today was good, thx. But a little cold. It's becoming winter, slowly but sure :-)) How is yours? It's 12 AM now, and japan is like 8 hours in front if i'm right. So i guess you should be sleeping right now, or almost stand up, depends on your sleeping :-)
Yepp, i was lucky enough to see them 5 times, but i never saw them in a foreign country, no. But i would like too. I went to Hamburg 2007, Frankfurt 2008, Cologne 2008, Düsseldorf 2008 and Cologne 2010. You went to the yokohama show? That was a cool one, mike sang "no roads left" over "bleed it out" :-) I got the recording of that show hehe. I always loved japan, when i was younger i told my mom i want to live there. The culture, the people, hopefully i can visit it sometime. And i hope japan recovers fastly!
You are interessted in germany? That's cool, but yes german is hard to learn, specially the "der, die, das" thing :-D I would like to learn japanese too, i didn't take lessons but it seems to be hard to learn too. Of course i can teach you. if you say good morning, it is "guten Morgen". At midday you say "guten Tag" or just "hallo". And at evening you say "guten Abend":-) Would you tell me the japanese phrases, too?
Because you'll stand up sooner or later i guess i should say "ohayo gozaimasu" :)
Hey Mayu :-) Ou you mean you attended the L.A. show they did? Or was their also a charity show in japan? I saw them 5 times already, and each show was awesome! But the best show was the first one (maybe because it was my first?). Hope i can see them one time in first row, that must be cool.
I was pretty shocked when i heard about the tsunami. I never went to japan but i love it :-)) I hope i can visit it sometime. And i'm glad LP tries to help, they care about such things. It's another reason to love them, right? :-)
I didn't see the full movie, but i saw that club scene yeah. :-)
It is. I guess only LP can do that. I started to be a fan after i listened to Numb/Encore. I didn't know them but i liked it. Later i listened to the real Numb and loved it. Then i bought everything they did before and they got me :-) I really love every song of them. And i can always find myself in the lyrics, somehow. Did you see them live already? :-)