Blog update: “Heheヾ(^ ▽^)ノ”

Here’s the translation for Maimi’s 8/30 blog update, titled “Heheヾ(^ ▽^)ノ“:

Good morning
It’s Maimi

Including today,
there’s only 2 days left in August

We had practice for the play starting on September 22nd, “CAT’SEYE”, again yesterday…

It seems that my co-star Berryz Koubou’s Sudou Maasa-chan had a job several days earlier where she had to use her physical strength,

and she came to the practice venue covered in compresses

“My muscles are soreσ(^_^;)” Maasa said…

In the play, she performs the role of the mature and sexy “Kisugi Rui”…

Yesterday,
though Maasa’s voice was sexy,
her walking was awkward,
and she said “Ow, ow, ow, ow” when she sat down… It seemed really bad

While we were talking during break,
I said
“Eh~(*≧m≦*) That’s funny~ヽ(≧▽≦)/”

and started hitting Maasa hard…

“Maimi-chan That hurts, that hurts…ヽ(゜ロ゜;)ノ”

………Huh!(°∇°;)

…………I’m really sorry…m(__)m

I felt bad…_(..)_

Maasa… Get well soon…
I’ll be more careful with her

After practice,
we had a recording,

and the conversation with the director turned to “Let’s try listening to the background chatter on an old song we recorded

“Background chatter” is things like
“Ya~y!!”
and “Fu~!!” in the background of a song,

and though we can’t usually listen to it on its own like that, there are various machines at the recording studio,

so we were able to listen to just the background chatter

The background chatter for that song, in order to give it a fun atmosphere,

back then the director told us “Continue being noisy until I say ‘OK’“……

All of ℃-ute crowded around the mic, and we were really, really noisy,

and when someone would say something funny, everyone laughed a lot

Though it was several years earlier, I flashbacked to the time of the recording,

and it was really nostalgic~

The sound of everyone having fun made me feel happy

Well then, today I’ll upload a picture of ℃-ute~

(1)

I’ll also attach a picture with Chisato taken earlier

(2)

I’ll enjoy today too

Have a wonderful day, everyone…

Posted on August 30, 2012, in Blog, Translations and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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