soto – outside

November 1, 2007 at 8:41 pm | Posted in Nouns | Leave a comment

外 ( そと)

– sounds like “sew toe”

in the future, mothers don’t let their children go out at night because of the “SEW TOE” gang. what do they do you ask? well, if they catch you out at night, they take you and sew your toes together. whenever you see a kid limping, you can be sure that he went out at night and had a unfortunate meeting with the “SEW TOE” gang. it’s sad really.

so don’t go out at night or the sew toe gang will get you.

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