The Art of Bushido Ken-Samas Art

Saturday, November 6, 2010

The tranquil stream that runs with ease

Gomenasai everyone, I Ken-Sama would like to give his apology to my tomodachis. I Ken-Sama had to do a little traveling. It was urgent for Ken-Sama as I had to visit my Sensei. But I shall tell you what my Sensei told me and the battle that took place between my sensei and I. But first Ken-Sama shall tell you all about what my Sensei has told me about my efforts on going to glorious Nippon. "Do not think, Do not rush, Be the tranquil stream that follows where-ever the east wind blows". Ken-Sama was awed at my senseis teachings and Ken-Sama shall now give you all advice Be not worry about your faults be worry about what one can do and achieve with faults. Also it seems Ken-Sama was right about the poll. You Gaijins out there picked the Japanse Touhou, Ken-Sama expected as much.

My Sensei and I faced off like Japanese men, I the Ken-Sama he the master. He looked at me with Japanese flag like eyes, Ken-Sama readies his sword. Sensei readies his sword, WE CLASH KEN-SAMA FEELS THE GROUND RISING KEN-SAMA STARTS YELLING WITH ALL HIS JAPANESE MIGHT AND SWING AFTER SWING. DOING THE ANCIENT TECHNQIUES OF MUSASHI AND THE ONES KEN-SAMA MADE HIMSELF. THIS WAS A GRUELING BATTLE KEN-SAMA WAS GETTING TIRED. MY SENSEI JUST LOOKS AT KEN-SAMA BUT, KEN-SAMA FOUND OUT SOMETHING. MY SENSEI WAS GETTING TIRED AS WELL.. WE LEVELED TREES AND CHOPPED WATER IN HALF. NONE DARE COME NEAR OUR BATTLE. THEN THE SUN CAME UP. WE WERE FIGHTING FOR AN ENTIRE DAY. KEN-SAMA AND SENSEI GO FOR THE LAST STRIKE. Then Ken-Sama thinks in his head "Tomodachi...."
Ken-Sama has alot of work to do, I shall now read all of my tomodachis post with my Japanese spirit and courage.


Ken-Sama has much work to do, but it is like I am the fire that rapes the lands, but this is a good fire that cleanses the evil demons. Which Ken-Sama has another story for all of you about the evil demons.

Many Honor to you all

Ken-Sama

22 comments:

  1. sugoi monogatari there, ken-sama

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  2. It's good to know everything went alright, Ken-Sama. Your advice is sound, as always.

    Many honor to you too.

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  3. Even you, Ken-sama, need rest from time to time. Please remember to take it easy~

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  4. One day you will surpass your master, Ken-Sama. Have faith in your Japanese Spirit.

    Voted for Touhou as the unworthy gaijin I am.

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  5. Many honor to you as well, Ken-sama.

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  6. What a grueling and intense battle, Ken-sama. Two warriors giving it their all! I wish I could have been there to witness it.

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  7. Ken-sama I would like to know about the fighting techniques that you created, they must be very special

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  8. I enjoy reading about Ken-sama's glorious plight everyday. Never forget who you are!

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  9. Ken-sama, I believe in you. You will prove to us all the true glory of Nippon. Ganbatte, Ken-sama.

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  10. Please come back, Ken-sama

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  11. Umm...
    Are you serious?
    Stop switching from first to third person narrative, it's annoying as shit and you barely make any sense.
    I've read about you before; you're twenty-seven, correct? Please get a life.
    There's nothing superior about Japan. It's just another country. It has its problems just like the rest of the world, it's not some Utopian society.
    And why in the world do you always being a post with gomenasai? You do know it means "I am sorry", correct?
    Goodness gracious, just when I was beginning to have hope for the world again. ಠ_ಠ

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  12. oh....... .... ...

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  13. -laughs my ass off-

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  14. I heard this weeaboo asshole is dead.

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  15. Ken-sama...reading through your posts has been a life changing experience. I truly have grown as a person, and the journey has just begun. I hope to take on your legacy and have already procured a sword from the local Shop. I shall call her Ringo Apple-sama. i will train with her everyday And always think of you and your noble spirit. Rest in Peace Ken-sama and gomenasai. I ... love you.....

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  16. You know, Ken-sama is our brave hero who saved my country and the children once. He cut clean through the wave by his prestigious samurai sword.

    His grave stone, is located somewhere in Tohoku region next to the shore. An beautiful place. Go there, and pray him. That's only thing we could. You will also see his sword and animu shit as his grave goods.

    R.I.P. Ken-sama

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  17. Fuck you Weeboo scum, the reich is coming for you impurity ass

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  18. Legend has it, that if one takes a pilgrimage across the rice-fields of Nihon, and faces off against the beasts and yokai that lurk amongst the gohan; after one battles his greatest enemy, if he is victorious, he shall see the mystic spirit of Ken-Sama. If one is lucky, Ken-Sama shall grace him with new fortune, a good anime rec; or, if one is worthy enough, he shall be entrusted with Ken-Sama's own Jintachi blade.

    However, another legend states that Ken-Sama is still amongst us, and that his encounter with the vicious tsunami was merely his transformation into a Shin-Ken Ni. Ashamed and dishonored over the many lives lost to the tsunami caused by his transformation, Ken-Sama chose to roam the lands in solitude, quietly protecting the Nippon children but never showing himself, as part of a keikaku to atone for his warui. In his travels, he is still looking for Remilia-Chan, and vows to keep his blog silent until he returns with his one true love.

    Gambatte Gozaimas, Ken-Sama!

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