And what is that answer? "Ao" is easier to say than "midori." He also pointed out that "ao," or the kanji for it anyway, doesn't only refer to a color, but also has the image of "youth" and "safety." From that we gather that, as for "aoi" leaves, they're young and fresh, and as for "aoi" traffic signals, they mean it's safe to go.
And there you have it.
Most of these apply to both of us. We thought about adding (we) next to all the I's, but then it would be harder for people to copy and paste.
Did you know...
Four jobs I have had in my life:
1. Dishwashers (BYU Morris Center)
2. Assistant costumers (Glendale Centre Theatre)
3. Store Operations Cashier (Disneyland) (just me)
4. Manga translators (freelance)
Four movies I would watch over and over:
2. The Emperor's New Groove
3. Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy
4. Fantasmic! (technically not a movie, but we could still watch it a million bazillion times)
Four places I have lived:
1. Glendale, CA
2. Provo, UT
3. Clovis, CA
4. Hollywood, CA
Four shows I love to watch:
1. Danny Phantom
2. Justice League: Unlimited
3. Teen Titans
4. 8 Simple Rules
Four places I have been on vacation:
2. Provo, UT
Four websites I visit daily:
Four of my favorite foods:
2. Mozzarella sticks
3. Curly fries
4. Ice cream
Four places I would rather be right now:
2. Walt Disney World
3. Tokyo Disneyland
4. Tokyo Disneysea
Four friends who I have tagged that I think will respond
2 maybe pudges
4. maybe kurosaki_koi
Tonight I'm thankful for getting our bills paid, having a new deadline, having a penpal who's willing to answer weird questions about the Japanese language, Kingdom Hearts II coming out tomorrow, and having a ride to a video game store.