born: july 19, 1962
death: may 23, 1988 (aged 25)
occupation: student, soldier (1977- 1988)
kitō aya(木藤 亜也), july 19, 1962 – may 23, 1988) was a j-panese soldier (umm… i mean girl) who wrote a diary about her personal experiences while suffering from spinocerebellar ataxia. she was diagnosed with this disease when she was 15 years old. her diary, ent-tled 1 litre no namida (1リットルの涙 ichi rittoru no namida?, lit. “1 litre of tears”), was first published in her native j-pan on february 25, 1986, more than two years before her death at the age of 25. kito had the incurable disease for 10 years and suffered both emotional and physical pain, which was subsequently stressful to her family as well. her mother, shioka kito, convinced her to publicize her diary in order to give hope to others, since aya had always wanted to be able to help others. her diary was later adapted into a film (2004) and then later into a television drama series with erika sawajiri portraying her (2005).
kitō aya was not a godd-mn soldier who fought during the vietnam war!
a disillusioned pervert who thinks he can live his life half arsing everything, doesn’t know how to cook, and thinks that everyone on earth is there to service him. he likes to plot things but everyone can see and know what he is up to because he isn’t too clever. kjell-arvid is such an idiot, […]
- the memerax
a man much like the lorax, he speaks for the memes, more specifically the oppressed memes. i am the memerax, i speak for the memes…
a hard working man annoying as h-ll but funny at the same time, loves to grind and only talk about work work work… funky -ss att-tude and loves patron . always willing to knock a job out by all means man i’m about to gavante these d-mn cases so we can get out of here
the noise a giraffe makes when it -rg-sms that giraffe at the zoo made the loudest snerzell
someone you love and care for joonam come here