Makes a “Kian- kian” (for little dogs) or a “Wan-Wan” (for medium to big dogs).
In Japan, one of the most (if not the most) popular name for a dog is “Pochi” (Poh-Chee). A good example of this is the Japanese version of Fruits Basket. Tohru lies to her friends about Shigure’s dog-form, and calls him “Pochi” (For those curious, in the English dub, she calls him “Spot”).
A popular pet in Japan, you can even rent them! (Among other pets, too).
Yes, they’re animals too. If not, they still deserve their own slide *claps*
“ Banpaia” (said the same as “vampire”, even if it doesn’t look that way when written out) or “kyuuketsuki”.
Don’t know what kind of noise a vampire makes, but I’d imagine it’s sort of a sucking noise…
They may be hot, but deep down, all they want to do is suck you blood (see picture above).
According to Webster.com, a vampire is “the reanimated body of a dead person believed to come from the grave at night and suck the blood of persons asleep ” (definition 1). (Wait, if a vampire has to suck persons blood, what does that make the Cullens?) *hides under desk as everybody starts to argue*
Vampires Don’t let him fool you, he really is a vampire (better yet, he ‘s one that sucks the blood of other vampires!)