By the way, I translated the previous one here!
Translator's note: Inoo has a really particular way of writing J-web (pretty similarly to the way he talks; I don't know how noticeable it is to non-Japanese speakers, but he slurs his words together and uses a lot of slang); he doesn't use very much punctuation, uses a lot of slang, and generally doesn't write very 'formally.' I've done my best to capture the feeling of that here, but I'm not a professional translator or anything of the sort, so I'm sorry it's a bit rough around the edges!
Inoo Kei's short-term central serialization.
From a uniquely 'Inoo' point of view, he'll share various information about his activities and current state, as well as behind-the-scenes stories!
How many days has it been since I updated?
Is my update late?
For that matter, just how long is a short-term serialization supposed to go~
I'm so curious ze*
"If you don't update, I'm just gonna do it myself for you!"
is what Chinen keeps saying, so I'm writing.
From all the candidates for the 'Inoo Sakubun' logo, Chinen chose for me, so I totally owe him.
Thank you, Chinen-sama
Yesterday, I ate tantan-men** for dinner!
I didn't used to be able to eat spicy stuff, but recently I can
I like putting vinegar on stuff like an idiot lol
If you saw me while I was putting the vinegar on you'd probably start hating me. That's how much I put on.
If you eat too much vinegar is it bad for your body?
If it's bad for you, what am I gonna do.
It's got an aura of being good for you, but if you eat too much maybe it's bad, huh~
How do you even make vinegar anyway?
I've got no clue.
Is it really obvious?
I've got this image of like making it by fermenting grains and stuff, but maybe that's totally wrong…
I dunno, but I really like it, so I put a ton on and just ate vinegar and tantan-men without the broth~
Today's the 14th?
Oh, my drama is starting!
Tatakau! Shoten Girl
It starts from today!
Are you gonna watch?
I'm a worker in the bookstore so watch for me! Search for where I am in the background!
I'll be searching too!
* "ze" is a Japanese sentence-ender like "yo" or "ne," used mainly by men in an assertive way. The only reason I left it in here rather than translating it is because he literally wrote "ze" in English letters at the end of the Japanese sentence XD;
**Tantan-men (I left the Japanese name for the dish) is a type of Chinese noodles popular in Japan. It's delicious and I highly recommend it, but maybe not the way Inoo ate it. |D;
I don't know what to do with him |D;;; He's so cute… but so weird XD;