ayu_19980408: I talked on the phone with ZIN-san yesterday. When I realized that was the first time I’ve talked in Japanese in recent days, I suddenly felt super excited ↑↑↑↑↑ Because I’ve been living in an English-only environment these few days, I guess that’s quite a normal reaction… But I’m definitely still a Hakata girl deep inside ( ´ ▽ ` )ﾉ♪ Mummy-chan, how have you been?
(Hakata is the main city in Fukuoka, where ayu came from)
karin_1219: I love Hakata girl ayu-chan (*^^*) Can hubby speak Japanese?
ayu_19980408: He can’t converse in it. He can only have conversations in English, German or Italian.
kobayukky: What did you talk to ZIN-san about~? (*^^*)
ayu_19980408: Random stuff. (laugh)
hinotochumi: Hubby can speak 3 languages? Awesome ((◎д◎ ))ゝ So he speaks to you in English??
ayu_19980408: Yes (*^_^*)
chey_3: If hubby can remember, please teach him Japanese ♪
ayu_19980408: Hot and cold.
pleasure1030aya: Isn’t it tiring to always have to speak in English??
ayu_19980408: Nope. That’s because Japanese has lots of difficult expressions and nuances. In comparison, English seems really straightforward and easy.
ayuchon7: ayu-chan knows 3 languages too (^_−)−☆ Japanese, English and Hakata dialect ♪(´ε｀ ) (laugh)
ayu_19980408: That’s true ( ´ ▽ ` )ﾉ
ayu_19980408: In the end, whose eyes you are looking into as you talk is the most important thing, much more than the language you converse in.
UN1982: It is so darned hot in the Shinkansen. So much different from the temperature outside.
ayu_19980408: I wanna see you, little bro~ Come over here. Please come. (laugh)
miyu_0126: Did little bro get the men’s sweatsuit set that big sis designed??
UN1982: Is it already on sale? Big sis~!!!!!!!!!!!
ayu_19980408: Yep, everyone wore it at Yoyogi, actually. (laugh)