Friday, November 11, 2005

Aw, not again

My bad again!!!!

Nakai-san . . . why do I always spell this his name wrong I'm sorry - guoaaahh!!!!


(NOTE by Nuuk)
She again wrote a wrong kanji(chinese character) for "Nakai" in the last message. (ref. message on January 14, 2003)

Thursday, November 10, 2005

TV taping diary

I got loads of comments from the people who came to see the taping of my live performance for HeyHeyHey, which overwhelmed me~!
*weeps with joy*
Everyone who applied but couldn't come, please reapply next time! You may have another chance within this year . . . (*grins*)

The live performance part had a very good atmosphere and I really enjoyed it, but the taping of the talk part this time, I say it was the most enjoyable one I have ever taped for HeyHeyHey!
It could be partly because I was excited by Sada Masashi san's appearance~. *blushes* hehehe~.
I mean, I have a feeling that I'm always laughing my head off each time, but this time it really was full of loud laughing and though there was this part that I was sad and cried at the beginning, in the meantime I was crying with laughter.

I felt so good that I almost told them about my history as a DownTown fan. I'm still using jokes from "Gottsu"!! In my daily life! - I almost told them, but held back.
I was like humming "Nyanyanyanyanya~nyanyanya~nyanyanya~" or singing "Youkai Nin~gen!" while checking the microphone between the tapings of singing for "Our Music"! (with some dances.)

And yesterday was the taping of Bistro SMAP. I have almost no recollection of the last time (lol) - I might have been nervous because it was my first official appearance on a TV show. Or more like, I might have been all confused surrounded by strangers. I felt relaxed and had a great time yesterday, which was very nice, as I have often seen Nakai-san in Utaban also. Tasty dishes, genuine hospitality and handsome guys. Couldn't be better~. (I think I said the same kind of thing last time . . . )

Finally I'll be on M-ste tomorrow! And you know, yesterday I had this chance to greet Chemistry san who was to costar on M-ste, since we happened to be in the dressing room next to each other. They gave me their CD!
I should have brought some CDs too *dropping on my knees*

(NOTES by Nuuk)
"Sada Masashi san" ... Masashi Sada, a Japanese singer/songwriter. (born: Apr. 10, 1952)
"Gottsu" ... "DownTown No Gottsu Ee Kanji(DownTown's Feelin' Good)," a weekly comedy show that Downtown had hosted in the past.
"Nyanyanya..." "Youkai Nin~gen" ... the lines that Mr. Matsumoto of DownTown was singing in the characters of the animations "Babil 2 Sei(Babil Junior)" and "Youkai Ningen Bemu(Mad Moster Bem)" in "Gottsu."
"M-ste" ... abbreviation of "Music Station."
"Chemistry san" ... Chemistry, a Japanese R&B duo.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Emergency contact

To Satsuki-san in Osaka, 19, who sent me an email on 7th(yesterday)!

"I'm on!"

- I thought, but I couldn't read all of it because the last half part was garbled.
Please let me know where to send it.
Looking for your reply!

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Something that's always been on my mind

I realized it when I was 19: I can very well hear something ultrasound-like from the rat repeller devices set on places like the back door of buildings. I would even yell out "Yeow!" and run off in certain places.

I asked "What's this sound??" when going into the garden of my friend's house and no one had any idea what I was saying, but later it turned out to be the cat/rat repeller sound, and I didn't hear it on the next visit when I had asked him/her to turn off the sound.

So far the worst time was when I went to see "Haru no Yuki" at Tokyo International Film Festival - when I went out by the back door of the hotel called the Grand Hyatt located right next to the festival site after finished putting make-up on and getting dressed. Though I was wearing high-heeled shoes in slightly larger sizes and the street was on a slope, I ran away! Ear buzzing x 500,000!

Poor rats! - I thought, but yeah it is a problem if rats get in the hotel. I'm absolutely sure that there are no rats in the Grand Hyatt! (lol)

It didn't occur to me until a staff person told me "How about covering your ears?" that it was a simple matter of covering my ears. Silly me~. I didn't notice that before as the sound, or rather pain, always pierced into my brain like a high whining . . .

"Yeah that's right! Me too me too! I can hear that too!" - if you're one of those then come on!!! Email Hikki!

The reason why I'm telling this story now, is that I thought I might be able to hear that only when I was young as the ability might decrease with age, and wondered if I could make meaningful use of it, when I searched the words "ultrasound hear" on the net and read this or that.

It seems that music has those kinds of ultrasounds in it, and that everyone sensuously hears or feels it a little bit, which is likely to make us feel good when listening to music - or something like that. (remembering it vaguely (lol)) I have always wondered if I might be getting more feeling of pleasure from music than others. If that's because I feel the ultrasounds very much then it makes very much sense to me.

I'm gonna check this out further~! Come on please, if you have any information on this!