According to Japanese Wikipedia, that's how you spell my name in Japanese: カイル マクドナルド - Actually it works out to "Kairu" Makudonarudo, but that's as close as you're going to get Kyle MacDonald in the Japanese alphabet - or whatever one of the three types of Japanese alphabets that happens to be. I have no idea which one of the three types of Japanese alphabets that is, just that it's one of the three. I'm not being ignorant, or making fun of Japanese alphabets, I'm just being lazy. Far too lazy to search for the name of that sort of Japanese lettering. Also, instead of asking good old Google, I wanted to provide an opportunity for a smartypants to give us all a far-too-in-depth insight about Japanese alphabetization and get all the credit. Google gets far too much credit as far as I'm concerned. It's time to fight back against Google getting all the credit. You know, stand up for the little guy. Starting now.....by me being lazy. VERY lazy.
In other international fun, my mom, dad and brother are in Shanghai right now. Why, you ask? Why, to take pictures of Chinese KFC storefront banners and email them to me with hopes of them appearing on this blog of course:
Yes, that's right. China has their own version of Colonel Sanders. That's pretty much the second coolest thing I've ever seen. Not the coolest thing I've ever seen, but the second coolest thing I've ever seen. I bet that before this exact instant you never cared what the coolest thing I ever saw was, did you? But you probably can't wait to find out, right? Okay, I'll tell you: the coolest thing I ever saw was....no, wait. Hold your horses. I can't tell you - it's a secret.
Abruptly changing the subject (but not really), does anybody have any ideas what Chinese Colonel Sanders's name is?
I've got an amazing name idea for Chinese Colonel Sanders, but I'll tell you later - after all, it's a secret too.
Have fun - Kyle