It can’t be a coincident that they’re wearing the same colour in this scene?
这哪些是你写的？ / Which ones did you write?
不像字的那些就是我写的 / I wrote the ones that don’t look like characters.
The Emperor (皇上) is concerned. I guess academic integrity wasn’t super important back then, if you were the teacher’s pet? :P
Photos of just the two of them are rather rare apparently…
but recently, I made Pottermore accounts for Yong Qi and Xiao Yan Zi and Sorted them and got wands for them, in-character**.
** Disclaimer: Obviously anything in-character is according to my version of Yong Qi and Xiao Yan Zi, the characters that I write in my fics.
只请求你 再也不要离开我 / I only ask that you won’t ever leave me again.
眼前没有你 我就完了 / Without you, I’m done for.
Yong Qi (永琪) is concerned.
Their version of 山无棱 天地合! This scene was how Alec Su became my first celeb crush. :)
In which Xiao Yan Zi (and Yong Qi) points mysteriously into the distance.
我看皇阿玛乐的像只老鼠 / I think Papa Emperor is as happy as a mouse.
The most best compliment always comes with cute hand motions!
你念得好可爱 / The way you read is so cute!
是不是啊。。。没有念错吗？ / Really…I didn’t read them incorrectly?
没错，是标准的「小燕子语言」 / That’s right, it’s the standard “Xiao Yan Zi Language.”
The standard “Xiao Yan Zi Language” definitely deserves its own dictionary.
Xiao Yan Zi (小燕子) is concerned…well mostly not amused.
At the doorway there is a dog
Chewing on a large bone
Along comes another dog
Two dogs fight till their heads break.
Realistic poetry, indeed.
*watch where you’re pointing, sweetheart*
Xiao Yan Zi may not write the most elegant phrases, but she sure knows how to read them with panache! Alas, her gesticulating seems less popular with those who care about personal space…
What amuses me is not so much the personal space but the fact that it’s “there is a dog” *points at emperor*, “along comes another dog” *points at Ji Shifu*
watched the last episode of 2 for old time’s sake. i will never forget their faces.