That sure will remind me to check his rambling more often.
The epic battle of BusterCall vs. Don is decided !!!
And the results are 3:2 for Don..
Even though i already knew of this for some time, i still congratulate him for getting such an awesome job! :)
I remember being at Disney and finding this Chopper hat and getting super excited about it! Then suddenly thinking "I will look just like a Greg ripoff" and leaving it behind.
This has nothing to do with his column but still...
From the earlier articles, I appreciate the detail on the conehead kids, who I totally didn't notice during the regular course of the story at all. And the examination of random t-shirt exclamations.
I don't understand whats the point of this thread. Who is this greg?
"Greg: Teacher of SUPER " OP " course !" is the actual name of his column. Discuss random things revealed in it in here.
Geez, my entry is pretty wacky as well.
It even had the old Candle Jack joke, which I haven't thought about i
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Is CCC also a teacher in Japan?
It's the "eyes" that get me the most but it would be cool if the monsters in the mist were more elephants. I could see the water being so deep near where Thriller Bark was anchored that what we see during the final pages of that story are actually just the trunks of several elephants.
If the tip of Zou's snout has a pair of sparkly anything I'll really start to believe it. I know we've seen it already but maybe on the other side? Of course multiple people could have been riding the elephant trunks as look outs when the whole animal goes underwater.
All random guesses but a way to potentially explain some things if the two are connected.
Folks who read One Piece... Just better people. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
so I guess we can expect an update based on chapter 804 and whether greg think that creature is nami or not??? or if the monkey is Ryozou
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what I'm catching up on currently: Gintama, lone wolf & cub, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, and lost in poem (by our very own AP member GEPPETTOSMONSTER)