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1 hour ago, BWOZWaltz said:

 

 

@Yuzuwinnie, je pense que la traduction automatique a fait une erreur ici. Le message original qui@CaroSkate fait n'a pas dit 170 ans. Il disait juste "170" et je crois que cela signifiait 170 cm et c'était à peu près sa taille. 

 

OK , je vois et en plus je fais traduire en Français et le " ans " a donc été ajouté et donc , elle mesure 1m70 :peace2:   MERCI

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1 minute ago, Yuzuwinnie said:

 

OK, I see and in addition I have it translated into French and the "years" has therefore been added and therefore, it measures 1m70  :peace2:   THANK YOU

 

I'm reviewing the translated version, the French left too quickly : sorry 

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So many lovely discussions on how Yuzu managed to touche our hearts so deeply. I honestly don't have as much to say. 

I've always been on the more apathetic side towards the world in general. I recognized and accepted that there are many messed up things, but also lots of goodness out there.

I stumbled upon Yuzu through YT recommendations, Sochi PW was my first program of his. The energy, the flow across the ice, the attitude, everything had me hooked after the first watch, so down the rabbit hole I went. However, what made me a true fan who'd follow his every crumb were the wisdom and insights in his interviews, the difficult journey he went through without losing that spark, and the way he carried himself with dignity and integrity. It's already rare to see someone with so much character, although some of my close loved ones share similar characteristics so I know people like that are still around, it's just rarer that such a famous person remains so grounded and focused. And I greatly admire people like that. Come for his skating and stay for his character. It's always been like this for me, how I become someone's fan, it's their character that seal the connection. 

I also understand that we don't truly know anyone, especially someone so famous and under close scrutiny. However, in this case I do believe "innocent unless proven guilty." And it's not like I blindly trust him either. There have been substantial evidence to back up my perceptions so I'll trust my trust in him. (This doesn't mean that I put him on a pedestal either. I simply think whatever flaws he has are probably tolerable and acceptable compared to his other great qualities.)

Please do excuse my ramble. I'm not the most eloquent when I get all sentimental and excited. 

 

Look at this baby Yuzu, so loveable and a ray of sunshine! That squishable cheeks and radiant smile :tumblr_inline_mm2wnw2HKh1qz4rgp:

 

Edit: I think these might not have been shared yet. 

 

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31 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

 

 

 

I wish Yuzu and all the Fanyus a fantastic day   : 9:

 

 

I answer here and I love ALL these wonderful Ina Bauer  :puddingpooh: and the choice is impossible  :girlsigh:  , and you too, a good day because I'm at 4:55 p.m. in the afternoon where 4:55 PM : smiley-char023:

 

PS : I ask myself the same question regarding Yuzu off  ice and camera? Hope he is a good person in everyday life 

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56 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

 

 

 

Wish Yuzu and all Fanyus a fantastic day   :9:

I love all of them, but the one I love most is the one in Haru yo koi, in which he was smiling wildly while blossoming.

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2 時間前, Henni147さんが言いました:

 

 

 

Wish Yuzu and all Fanyus a fantastic day   :9:

All of them are great, but I vote for Hana ni nare :loveeyes:. I can't resist when Yuzu gently touches his face :redface:.

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2 時間前, amylance1215さんが言いました:

 

 

 

I think the poet Tetsushi Suwa mentioned in the article is Arthur Rimbaud, not Rambo.

 

He is one of my favorite poets, although I read his poems in Japanese translated by HORIGUCHI Daigaku, a famous Japanese poet.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Rimbaud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigaku_Horiguchi

 

Leonardo DiCaprio played Rimbaud in the film Total Eclipse.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_Eclipse_(film)

 

Sorry for :offtopic2:

 

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29 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

Thank you very much everyone for the kind comments! : trampoline:

 

 

 

Good evening and if we have written good comments, it is because you did a good job  :heartpound: and for the hydrobla ding (OK all TOP, of course) but my best is that of Haru Yo Koi bent to the extreme (and costume  : 67638860: ) and nose must fro the first ice, in my opinion and the last one, I think? , Is a practice last Skating Canada (there is a passage where he cut slips and falls) but always with grace :wink_star:

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30 minutes ago, SuzyQ said:

 

I think the poet Tetsushi Suwa mentioned in the article is Arthur Rimbaud, not Rambo.

 

He is one of my favorite poets, although I have read his poems in Japanese translated by HORIGUCHI Daigaku, a famous Japanese poet.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Rimbaud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigaku_Horiguchi

 

Leonardo DiCaprio played Rimbaud in the movie Total Eclipse.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_Eclipse_(film)

 

sorry for :offtopic2:

 

 

 

I know, of course, Arthur RIMBAUD who is a huge French poet and I went to see the wiki of D Horiguchi and I learn that he speaks French and therefore made translations (we learn every day  :agree: ) and as I couldn't read T Suwa's article, I went to find out if H Rambo exists and it's a film that is the story of Alain who is disadvantaged and, who, to earn a little € recites poems by H Rimbaud to motorists stranded at red lights and the trailer is subtitled in English 

 

https://www.allocine.fr/film/fichefilm_gen_cfilm=275952.html   

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2 hours ago, Yuzuwinnie said:

Good evening and if we have written good comments, it is because you did a good job  :heartpound: and for the hydrobla ding (OK all TOP, of course) but my best is that of Haru Yo Koi bent to the extreme (and costume  : 67638860: ) and nose must fro the first ice, in my opinion and the last one, I think? , Is a practice last Skating Canada (there is a passage where he cut slips and falls) but always with grace :wink_star:

 

Thank you :softYuzu:

 

It's really amazing to read how different we are in our preferences and the reasons behind our choices. Many love the softness and delicacy of the gala programs like Haru Yo Koi or Notte Stellata. Then there many who love the performance and loud cheers from the crowd like the special emotions at the Olympics or Skate Canada. Some look at the technical finesse and complexity of the transitions, others at the creativity of the arm movements... The list is endless and it's fantastic! :clapclap4:

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59 minutes ago, Henni147 said:

 

Thank you :softYuzu:

 

It's really amazing to read how different we are in our preferences and the reasons behind our choices. Many love the softness and delicacy of the gala programs like Haru Yo Koi or Notte Stellata. Then there many who love the performance and loud cheers from the crowd like the special emotions at the Olympics or Skate Canada. Some look at the technical finesse and complexity of the transitions, others at the creativity of the arm movements... The list is endless and it's fantastic! :clapclap4:

I love all those things - his gentleness, his artistic interpretation, his technical finesse, his transitions, his humanity - and, hello! His speed! He is SO fast.

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10 hours ago, Henni147 said:

Some people told me to be careful, that he might be a totally different person in reality than what we see through the camera lenses. Yes, that might be true. However, the Yuzuru Hanyu I know is a person who has earned my trust over many years with actions that I appreciate. I am aware that he might disappoint me one day like many others did, but if I cannot even trust people like him, I cannot trust anyone. So I take the risk to trust one more time.

This is something that I have thought about before, not just for Yuzuru but for every person in general. The mental image in one's head of another person's true self will never be anywhere near close the person's actual true self. Even that person themselves, while they are the ones that have the closest version of their true self in their head, they will never actually get to know every single part of their true self or who they are. (This is also why self love is important.) It is beyond human possibility.

 

The part of himself that Yuzuru shows us is beautiful. He treats people with kindness and is selfless in so many ways. Ever since he was young he has wanted to help the victims of disasters and doesn't miss the chance to do so in any way he can. People that met him have nothing but good impressions about him. And most important of all (at least to me), he always talks about wanting to improve himself not only as a skater but as a person as well. I don't remember exactly which interview it was but I remember tearing up when I was reading that part.

 

You can't look into a human's soul, but I'm sure that Yuzuru has one of the most beautiful ones out there. 

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