Of Shipping War and “Answer Me 1988”

One could not believe oneself either, getting into shipping war over fictional characters. Again. It’s another “who is the husband” game from “Answer Me 1988” and one’s deduction points to the Baduk Master. One puts it here in writing because one so wants to gloat if when one is proved right by the end of this week. The disbelief one feels towards the other ship’s selective reading is just too much.

One must say the exercise, of reading texts, subtexts, and everything in between, has been stimulating. One hasn’t flexed much of one’s literary muscles since one joined the “Development of Severus Snape” discussion somewhere on the internet, years ago. Oh, good old days of magic and alchemy.

This is infantile, one acknowledges. But one couldn’t help it. Mark one’s word for one will gloat. *goat bleats!!!*

(First) Impression on Naeil’s Cantabile

 

Since I have seen up to week four’s episode 7, I am not sure this qualifies as a “first impression”.

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Why oh why should it change the Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto no.2 to Grieg’s Piano Concerto? It only reminded me of the famous Morecambe and Wise’s Christmas comedy sketch.

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