Monday, November 26, 2007

Hero vs Kunoichi

When a Hero makes a mistake, he says, "I WAS WRONG"
When a Kunoichi makes a mistake, she says, "IT WASN'T MY FAULT."

A Hero works harder than a Kunoichi and has more time;
A Kunoichi is always "TOO BUSY" to do what is necessary.

A Hero goes through a problem;
A Kunoichi goes around it, and never gets pass it.

A Hero makes commitments;
A Kunoichi makes promises.

A Hero says, "I'M GOOD, BUT NOT AS GOOD AS I OUGHT TO BE";
A Kunoichi says, "I'M NOT AS BAD AS A LOT OF OTHER PEOPLE."

A Hero respects those who are superior to him and tries to learn something from them;
A Kunoichi resents those who are superior to her and tries to find chinks in their armour.

A Hero feels responsible for more than his job;
A Kunoichi says, "I ONLY WORK HERE."

A Hero says, "THERE OUGHT TO BE A BETTER WAY TO DO IT";
A Kunoichi says, "THAT'S THE WAY IT'S ALWAYS BEEN DONE HERE"

THEREFORE,

A Hero wins while a Kunoichi loses;
A Hero survives while a Kunoichi dies.

THE CHOICE IS YOURS... CHOOSE TO BE A HERO!

4 comments:

宇宙人 said...

what if both of them lose ??
is there any room for both the hero and kunoichi stay peacefully together ?

Kunoichi Terminator said...

The Hero should win because of the listed advantages while the Kunoichi should lose because of the listed disadvantages.

The Hero is the civil servant while the Kunoichi is the lords' slave. The Hero represents the democracy while the Kunoichi represents the monarchy.

Therefore they can't stay peace until Kunoichi's lords give up their power. However, if there is no lord, the Kunoichi herself is no longer a Kunoichi.

宇宙人 said...

eventually, all victory belongs to hero, cheers~!

Anonymous said...

What about the heroine?