In Naruto, Sasuke and Naruto fought on a hospital roof. They only fought because Sasuke keeps thinking he's not good enough, and had always thought he was better than Naruto. Naruto just wants recognition from him that he's on the same level. Sakura was kind of stupid and ran in front of them just when they were about to hit each other with their strongest jutsu. (Chidori vs. Rasengan.) Kakashi being extremely fast stopped them and threw them at the water towers. When Sasuke looked on the other side of the tower he noticed Naruto's technique was far greater than his. They both were intending to kill each other. Later, Kakashi gave him a lecture on revenge, and it just made him more pissed. When he was finally alone the Sound show up.
In Gintama, I skipped most of the story about the female firefighter. Even in the anime it seemed a little too long. Yeah, I understand she's trying to prove that women can also be firefighters, but I don't need to know every detail about it. It just seemed like they were dragging it out a bit. One of the few that the story wasn't done too well.
In Japanese, I did the no's, ne's, nu's, ni's, and na's sectons. (Seems like a lot but really wasn't.) Nooto means notebook or note. 飲み物 or nomimono means drinks or beverages. 飲みます or nomimasu means to drink or to swallow. (There's a pattern. :P) Nekutai means necktie. 年 or nen can mean year or a counter for year. The only word on the list they had for nu was 脱ぐ or nugu. Which means to take off clothes or undress. 二 or ni means 2. 賑やか or nigiyaka means bustling or busy. 肉 or niku means meat. (Always thought this one had an interesting kanji.) 西 or nishi means west. 日曜日 or nichiyoubi means Sunday. 荷物 or nimotsu means luggage. Nyuusu means news. (Actually sounds like it when sounded out.) 庭 or niwa means garden. 人 or nin is a counter for people, it's also sometimes in compound words meaning 'something' person. Nai means not when connected to a verb. Naifu means knife. 中 or naka means middle or inside. 鳴く or naku basically means animals making sounds; to sing (bird), to bark, to purr, etc. 夏 or natsu means summer. 夏休み or natsuyasumi means summer vacation. 等 or nado means etc., and the like, and so forth. 何 or nani or nan means what.
This is just hilarious, and I've felt like this playing on some of the online games.
Everybody's heard about the 3 second rule. ^_^
Vocaloid version of the Swedish song, I think, that has been popular on the net.
Gets stuck in your head. :P Odd, but addicting:
Fits Gintama so well!:
Names are difficult to remember, sometimes. :P