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kawashiro nitori and kirisame marisa (vocaloid and etc) drawn by karaagetarou
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    frozencool

    For the love of all that is good in the world I hope the rest of these Karaagetarou comics get translated :<

    pt kamen

    Before Translation:
    With that number... could that be a some sort a vocaloid Nitori invented?

    Mai Takayassu

    pt_kamen said:
    Before Translation:
    With that number... could that be a some sort a vocaloid Nitori invented?

    She does mention "BOOKAROIDO" at the beggining.

    Moonspeaker

    Oh, Nitori. Don't ever change.

    Anyway, didn't find these new Karaagetarou strips 'til the end of a long work day, so I'll have to get to the rest later...if any are left to do by then.

    DoubleT

    Is this supposed to be some sort of Luka reference? That's what I'm getting out of it.

    Arrei

    Oh man, I lost it at "seeeeaaaa chickennnnnn".

    Should this be tagged "vocaloid", by the way?

    The Vault Dweller

    Thanks to this comic I now know what a vocaloid is and that Nitori is insane. Thank you Moonspeaker.

    Gah!

    DoubleT said:
    Is this supposed to be some sort of Luka reference? That's what I'm getting out of it.

    A singing Tuna with a bilingual funtion? Sounds totally like Luka to me.

    Stitchpunk

    Gah! said:
    A singing Tuna with a bilingual funtion? Sounds totally like Luka to me.

    And the 03.

    Soulfire99

    Mr.Obake said:
    'Bookaroido', guys. Not 'Vocaloid'

    That's how the japanese say it.

    The japanese alphabet has no 'v's. The Japanese have limited pronunciation when it comes to english (or other languages). This is because they can only pronounce words based on the japanese alphabet.

    The Japanese alphabet consists of 5 main vowels: A (ah), I (ee), U (oo), E (eh), and O (oh). The rest of the alphabet consists of syllables that add a consonant to the front: ka, ki, ku, ke, ko/ sa, shi, su, se, so/ ha, hi, fu, he, ho etc.

    For example, they pronounce vampire as "banpaiya".

    Nameless Madao

    GuroGuroGuroGuroGuroGuroGuro

    ...anyone......?

    Attarou

    Is this somehow related to those fake singing bass?