Author has written 3 stories for Naruto.
Hi! I'm Kage no Nikko! I think I shouldn't have such a bloody sunny disposition at times, but what can I do? Anyway, I’m sure you’re at my profile page just to see what other random stuff I wrote, so I’ll keep this short.
Nationality: Malaysian...Chinese Malaysian, but with American and Japanese outlooks on life.
Birthdate: 23rd April
Hobbies: Music, sleeping, writing fanfics, annoying the hell out of people (Yes, I like doing that. It's so fun to see their expressions!) and reading.
Hate: Bloody annoying teachers, annoying authors who don't use punctuation and all that grammar properly, 'kiasu' people (people who are scared of losing) and...well, people who live to fall in love. Like my friend. She says she gets lost on the tree of love and fucking asks me to help her find her 'significant other'. That's just plain stupid.
Did You Know? I am bilingual. I speak three languages. English, Chinese and Malay or Indonesian, if you will. Hah, the gift of living in Malaysia, Truly Asia. I get no commission from this advertisement. Besides those three, I also speak two dialects, one is Hokkien and also Cantonese.
I also play four instruments. I belong in a band and also an orchestra. I play the piano (Grade 5), 'cello (ungraded), trumpet (Somewhere at Grade 2) and also the recorder. I can play some notes on the flute too...I think...
Meh, if you're a music nerd/yaoi fangirl/crazy authoress (either) like me, give me a shout out, ne?
Relatively Random Jokes
A college student was sitting in a philosophy class. His professor was debating the existence of God. He offered the following logic:
“Has anyone in this class heard God?”
No one responded.
“Has anyone in this class touched God?”
Again, no one answered.
“Has anyone in this class seen God?”
When no one replied, he simply stated, “Then there is no God.”
The student disagreed with this announcement and asked for permission to speak. The professor granted it, and the student stood up and asked his classmates the following:
“Has anyone here heard our professor’s brain?”
“Has anyone here touched our professor’s brain?”
Not a sound.
“Has anyone in this class seen our professor’s brain?”
When no one in the class dared to speak, the student concluded, “Then, according to our professor’s logic, it must be true that our professor does not have a brain!”
The student received an A in the class.
Fun Things To Do In An Exam That Doesn’t Matter
1. Bring a pillow. Fall asleep (Or at least pretend to) until the last fifteen minutes. Wake up, say, “Oh no, I’d better get started!” and do some gibberish work. Turn it in early.
2. Get a copy of the exam, then run out screaming, “Andre, Andre, I’ve got the secret documents!”
3. If it’s a math test, answer in essay form.
4. If it’s an essay test, answer with numbers and symbols. Be creative.
5. Make paper airplanes out of the exam. Aim them at the instructor’s nose.
6. Talk throughout the exam. Read questions aloud. Debate your answers with yourself out loud.
7. Bring cheerleaders.
8. Walk in, get the exam, and sit down. About three minutes into it, look it and say, “I don’t understand any of this. I’ve been to every class! What’s the deal? And who are you? Where’s the regular guy?”
9. Bring a Game Boy (anything that a game can be played on). Play it with the volume at max level.
10. Bring pets.
11. Fifteen minutes into the exam, stand up, rip your exam into very small pieces, throw them into the air, and yell out, “Merry Christmas!” If you’re really daring, ask for another copy of the exam. Say you lost the first one. Repeat this process every fifteen minutes.
12. Do the exam with crayons, paint, or fluorescent markers.
13. Come into the exam wearing slippers, a bathrobe, and a towel on your head.
14. Do the entire exam in another language. If you don’t know one, make one up. For math and science exams, try using Roman numerals.
15. As soon as the instructor hands you your exam, eat it.
16. Every five minutes, stand up, collect all your things, move to another seat, and continue your exam.
17. Turn in the exam approximately fifteen minutes into it. As you walk out, comment on how easy it was. (I do that on my English ones)
18. Come in wearing a full knight’s outfit, complete with sword and shield.
19. During the exam, take apart everything around you-desks, chairs, anything you can reach.
20. Bring a musical instrument with you and play the most annoying tunes you can think about. If you are asked to stop, explain, “It helps me think.” Bring a copy of the student handbook with you, challenging the instructor to find the section on musical instruments during finals.
I hope you enjoyed that. Normally, I read a lot of Naruto and Harry Potter fics. I’ve been reading for…three years, I think. Two years was under another account, and my story intake peaked at towards the end of December, after my granddad passed away.
Anyway, I read NaruSasu, NejiNaru, GaaraNaru, ShikaNaru, KibaNaru, KakaIru, ItaSasu, ItaShisui, SasuNeji, DeiSaso, KyuuIta, KyuuSasu, and GaaraNeji. All can be read both ways, in my opinion, except for ItaSasu. It would seem rather weird, anyway. I read Drarry and SiriRemus. I also read Aragorn/Legolas from LOTR, YuuRam and GuntherGwendal, but that’s already in Kyou Kara Maou, isn’t it? Heh. That’s it, I guess. Ja ne!
P.S. Those other Malaysians and Singaporeans...give me a shout out! Jika tidak...saya akan bunuh kau! laughs like a pontianak