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... came running up to me and i was all like "EXPECTO PATRONUMMMMMMM!!!!" They were loving it. I got into school and managed to get out of the teachers meeting early. So i went round to every single class and just jumped in the door shouting "CRUCIOOOOO". Students were saying things like "Halee Pottaaaaaa!" "Suugeeeee!" "Sugoiii!"
At lunch time 'We Will Rock You', 'We Are The Champions' and 'Don't Stop Me Now' came on. It was hilarious. ...
Here's our goodbye to Japan. Click the white square to play the video.
It's been a year it’s gone by fast
We knew when we started our time wouldn’t last
Goodbye tennis courts good bye mountain view
Goodbye huge ravens that we wished would just shoo
Goodbye running path and church big and small
Goodbye Super Kids best luck to you all
... Tokyo), and it was the best hotel I've ever seen. It was immaculate. As was this one. Massive aquarium behind the desk which was cool.
So anyway we pay up (Erina and myself), and it comes to 2,000¥ per person which is the equivalent of £11.82 according to Google. First off we head up to the buffet. Man alive. Biggest buffet I've ever seen. And it's empty. There was about 6 people including us. Straight away I dived in and had about 5 ...
... present and you can be expected to not be allowed in clubs if you're white, even though you go with Japanese friends. Got my invite to the Christmas party today. $90...... And that's for the first party alone. Can't really complain as I was always going to go no matter what the price was. It's meant to be すばらし (wonderful). Last period today I was in the staff room with about 4 female teachers. I asked one if she was going ...
Usually Japanese people say `Ohaiyou gozaimasu` (good morning) to greet one another. I say each syllable mainly because that`s how you say it but also because I can`t speak as quickly as the Japanese. But they say it so often that they usually just blur it into `gozaimasu`, ` zaimasu` or even just `zmasu` with a rising tone inclination on all of them.
However there is one teacher who literally sounds like this when I say good morning to him: