I don't like to mix my egg rice too much, but when I was a kid, I didn't think about it at all...
I just mixed it together, well and thoroughly, no thought or consideration
I didn't think it tasted that good, but I ate it like it was my job.
How mindless of me.
This is a thought I had.
I wrote a new song.
Look forward to it.
I actually screamed (softly, of course) in joy when finished reading this. Thank you so much Cayce :')ReplyDelete
/makes a RAWK sign in Mr Imai's general direction.ReplyDelete
An Egg Rice song? ;D Hah, well done, Imai! That´s what I call authenticity!ReplyDelete
Bwahahaha. So Imai is telling us he's not a really good cook. Is that even a reason to blog?:)) But I certainly can't wait to hear that song he's talking about.Is it about eggs and rice?ReplyDelete
I don't imagine that would have tasted very good, either.ReplyDelete
Can't wait for the new song though. ;)
@ Adina - No, he's not saying he's not a good cook. He's saying that when he eats tamago-kake gohan, he prefers not to mix the egg and the rice together too much, but he never thought about this as a child. The song I'm sure doesn't have anything to do with eggs and rice. I think this blog entry was an oblique comment on the necessity for critical thinking.ReplyDelete
@ Samantha - It's quite delicious in fact. And Imai isn't saying he doesn't like it, he's just saying he doesn't like it well mixed. I might also add that in Japan, eggs are legally required to be safe to eat raw.
It's great that the eggs are required to be safe eaten raw. I was wondering about that...
Would be nice of that were the case everywhere. :)
This makes me happy. Knowing that there will be a new song Imai had been cooking, definitely, I must look forward to it. No pun intended. :DReplyDelete