By Natsuki Mamiya
THIS isn't AN respectable TRANSLATION, this can be a TRANSLATION performed via THE FANS
Gekkou, or "Moonlight", is set the strange courting among a cynical boy and an ideal girl.
Said cynical boy is Nonomiya who spends day in outing in boredom, taking shelter from his boring existence in his mind's eye. One fateful day, he occurs upon the workstation of the much-rumored attractiveness Youko Tsukimori, missed at the flooring. Poking out from it's a scrap of paper with the unforeseen identify "Murder Recipe". His curiosity ignited, he instantly stuffs it into his pocket, basically to determine the promising recipe comprises not anything yet eventualities that could or would possibly not result in lethal injuries, now not even necessary of being known as a plan.
When he tentatively asks her approximately it tomorrow, she hasn't misplaced something. yet then her father dies. An accident...
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Antipholus. O, Signior Balthazar, either atfleshor fish, A table-full of welcome makes scarce one dainty dish. 24 Balthazar. Good meat, sir, is common; that every churl affords. E. Antipholus. And welcome more common, for that's nothing but words. Balthazar. Small cheer and great welcome makes a merry feast. E. Antipholus. Ay, to a niggardly host and more sparing guest. But though my cates be mean, take them in good part. Better cheer may you have, but not with better heart. 30 But soft, my door is locked; go, bid them let us in.
Antipholus. By Dromio ? S. Dromio. By me ? Adriana. By thee, and this thou didst return from him— That he did buffet thee, and in his blows Denied my house for his, me for his wife. 160 S. Antipholus. Did you converse, sir, with this gentlewoman? i6i THE COMEDY OF E R R O R S zi What is the course and drift of your compact? S. Dromio. I, sir ? I never saw her till this time. S. Antipholus. Villain, thou liest; for even her very words Didst thou deliver to me on the mart. S. Dromio. I never spake with her in all my life.
Dromio. Certain ones then. S. Antipholus. Name them. S. Dromio. The one, to save the money that he spends in tiring; the other, that at dinner they should not drop in his porridge. 99 THE COMEDY OF E R R O R S 19 S. Antipholus. You would all this time have proved there is no time for all things. 100 S. Dromio. Marry, and did, sir: namely, "fe'en no time to recover hair lost by nature. S. Jntipholus. But your reason was not substantial why there is no time to recover. S. Dromio. Thus I mend it: Time himself is bald, and therefore, to the world's end, will have bald followers.