Have you seen a machoke punch a rock so hard it becomes a diamond? No, so that must mean I am stronger!
Hats can’t get sunburned since we don’t have skin like you humans but we do get sun bleached so I guess its the equivalent to that.
I finally found a person who knows hattish fluently to help me teach you guys but…We had some technical difficulties. Oh well, here’s the recording anyways.
Last time I checked hats can’t talk in any verbal language. However, we can type,write words as well as speak to other hats in Hattish (Which is a non-verbal language similar to telepathy)
I do hope this clears up a few things. (Sorry for not drawing a response to this)
Just a quick warmup~
*happy hat noises* This is so adorable
GAH! I ALMOST DIED BACK THERE, I WANT TO GO HOME
(I like your icon by the way)
YOU SAYING THAT MY FISTS ARE FAT?!
edit: (( I fixed the quality of the gif ))
Cerebella sends me codes in thought when executing an attack since it is easier and quicker to think that rather think the actual attack name. Plus if we ever fight a person who could read minds they probably would have a hard time figuring out what attack we are going to use.
Now to your question s00pah-nin1do: I poke the person in the butt, for that is the definition of “Kanchou” (Just so you know this attack was Cerebella’s idea, not mine since I would probably never think of doing something unclassy like this)
For those who are unfamiliar to kanchou, it is Japanese prank that small kids in playgrounds often do. You sneak up behind the unsuspecting victim and say “kan….CHOU!” and proceed to poke them in the butt