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I'm going to do one of these.. things XD
name: Sara
nickname: Kiari
age: 16
hates: school.. potatoes D:
loves: Drawing, manga, anime, Japan, Japanese, Jmusic, Jdorama, videogames, art
current obsession: Kingdom Hearts II v[/i][/size], summer & NewS XD


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xKairisOtherx on July 17, 2006, 11:23:14 AM

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xKairisOtherxYour work amazes me!!!It's awesome!!

I'm every color of the r a i n b o w
Yay for me!

JHanna on April 13, 2005, 4:35:00 AM

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JHannaHiii~~!! Nice art!!

WTE on January 27, 2005, 5:51:40 AM

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WTEI've check your art, and it's really good (I love your Inu's pics... o^^o). Congratulations!

Dark_blue on January 1, 2005, 1:25:39 AM

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Dark_bluepollum don't get mad..*takes pencil* i just wanted to say that your art is awesome and i like really admire the way u draw. *cz i dont use photoshop either) anyway your good! ^_*

weird_klown on August 10, 2004, 10:38:54 AM

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weird_klowni likes your art...nice job on all of ems!!!!

Rei-chan on June 18, 2004, 3:47:47 PM

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Rei-chanmy...thank u for ur comments! ^__^ nice to meet ya!

Raymei on June 1, 2004, 1:16:20 AM

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Raymeiyou write it the same. (the whole "terisa/teresa" thing was based on what people call me lol)<BR>Since American names are foreign words, they have to be written in Katakana. Only Japanese words can be written in Hiragana (and Kanji)<P>When you translate your name from romanji (our latin alphabet) to Katakana, you usually want to spell it based on how it's pronounced ("terisa") but almost every country besides America pronounces my name "teresa" so that's the way it went n.n lol

Raymei on May 24, 2004, 8:09:38 AM

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Raymeiyeah n.n it's spelled with an "h". I wasn't sure whether or not to spell it (in katakana) "teresa" or "terisa" (since the second one is more like how it's pronounced, but my teacher introduced me as "teresa" last year so that's what they call me lol)

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