Mainichi (毎日、まいにち) means "Everyday" in Japanese, which is what this blog is all about.

“I struggle for…

“I struggle for long time to survive… No matter what, you keep finding something to fight for!”

Quote from Joel in The Last Of Us. Never look back, keep looking forward in life.


One Piece manga sends off Naruto with a classy secret message

Thanks for the ride, Naruto!


This year’s 50th issue of Shueisha‘s Shonen Jump magazine is a legendary one with the final twochapters of its mega-hit series Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto. In this issue, the 766th chapter (“Smile”) of Eiichiro Oda‘s One Piece manga seems rather normal. However, fans have found a secret message embedded into the One Piece chapter’s title page.

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A War Photographer Embeds Himself Inside a Video Game


23 Things Only People Who Love Spending Time Alone Will Understand

Yep. Exactly!

Thought Catalog

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1. A weekend in which you have no plans, no responsibilities, and nowhere at all to be, ranks as one of the best weekends you’ll ever have.

2. Sometimes friends will try to make plans with you and you have no reason to decline except for the fact that you just want to be alone that day. (Your plan is to have no plans, people need to understand that by now, right?)

3. A good album, book, or television show can keep your attention far longer than any party, club, or bar could.

4. Going away to a remote cabin in the middle of the woods to just exist for a period of time sounds like the best idea for a vacation that you can think of.

5. There is nothing more exciting than planning a long, solo road trip, because you know you’re going to be able…

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[Humor] Weight Loss Program

A guy calls a company and orders their 5-day, 5kg weight loss program.

The next day, there’s a knock on the door and there stands before him a voluptuous, athletic, 19 year old babe dressed in nothing but a pair of Nike running shoes and a sign around her neck..

She introduces herself as a representative of the weight loss company. The sign reads, “If you can catch me, you can have me.”

Without a second thought, he takes off after her. A few miles later puffing and puffing, he finally gives up. The same girl shows up for the next four days and the same thing happens. On the fifth day, he weighs himself and is delighted to find he has lost 5kg as promised.

He calls the company and orders their 5-day/10kg program. The next day there’s a knock at the door and there stands the most stunning, beautiful, sexy woman he has ever seen in his life. She is wearing nothing but Reebok running shoes and a sign around her neck that reads, “If you catch me you can have me”.

Well, he’s out the door after her like a shot. This girl is in excellent shape and he does his best, but no such luck. So for the next four days, the same routine happens with him gradually getting in better and better shape.

Much to his delight on the fifth day when he weighs himself, he discovers that he has lost another 10kg as promised. He decides to go for broke and calls the company to order the 7-day/25kg program.

“Are you sure?” asks the representative on the phone. “This is our most rigorous program.” “Absolutely,” he replies, “I haven’t felt this good in years.”

The next day there’s a knock at the door; and when he opens it he finds a huge muscular guy standing there wearing nothing but pink running shoes and a sign around his neck that reads, “If I catch you, you are mine.”

He lost 33 kilos that week.

Google Celebrates 40th Anniversary Of Rubik’s Cube With A Google Doodle

Today, on May 19th 2014, Google is celebrating one of the greatest toy invention ever, the Rubik’s Cube.

The Rubik’s Cube was invented in 1974 by Erno Rubik. Erno Rubik was a Hungarian inventor, architect and professor of architecture best known for the invention of mechanical puzzles including the Rubik’s Cube Invention, the Rubik’s Magic 3-D combination puzzle, Rubik’s Magic: Master Edition and the Rubik’s Snake.

Today’s Rubik’s Cube invention is a playable game on the Google homepage and is an exact replica of the Rubik’s Cube Invention except that you can play it virtually on your computer. In the past Google have been accused of creating some time wasters, like the Pac-Man game they had on the 21st of May 2010 some news sites reported that the game cost the world 4.82 million of productive economic hours which were wasted on people playing the game.

How to play the Rubik’s Cube Invention Google Doodle

Rubiks Cube Google Doodle

First you need to open the Google website. Then you need to click on the Rubik’s Cube to start playing. The aim of the game for those who don’t know is to have all the blocks on the Rubik Cube have the same 9 colors on all the sides of the Rubik Cube, you do this by moving the colors one at a time either up or down, left or right until you have all the colors the same.

I am not a big fan of Rubik’s Cube personally. I have never been able to solve it even once. But the virtual version of it looks amazing. Imagine the hours spent into programming the game. Kudos to Google for the effort, and happy birthday Rubik’s Cube. (by the way, you might want to check the Rubik’s Official Website as well because it contains some interesting facts about Rubik’s Cube.)


Rubik’s Cube Google Doodle

Rubik’s Official Website

“Omelette” Animation Will Make You Feel Better


This short film told us the story about a weary man trying to cook an omelette and it’s about to become disaster. Luckily his dog is there to the rescue.


The story was pretty sweet. I really loved it and i feel better after watching this. (And thinking about adopting a dog-that-could-cook-for-me as well…)


This short film was made by Madeline Sharafian. She is a 3rd year CalArtian (student at California Institute of the Arts, abbreviated as CalArts) and a storyboard artist at Cartoon Network. She also has other film which you can find here.

According to the video description, this video was made to tell everyone about how meaningful it is to make food for someone you love. She also feeling attached to the theme, as her families tend to cook for each other.

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