I thought the loops of the letters kinda look like earrings. Now I'm imagining two roadrunners, each with a loop earring dashing off. Meep Meep!
It sounds the same to my ears, too. Not sure why you are so downvoted - it helps me remember its meaning.
Thanks mate, thats what it sounded like to me, especially on my phone also. It helped me as it was kind of close and made it easier for me to remember so I had hoped it might help others. But instead it just made me sad :( lol. Still though your comment really cheered me up. As someone whose a newbie (had an account for a while but never used it until Japanese came along) I really appreciate it!
I remembered by remembering in vocal lessons we would sing "me me me" as a warmup, so, mi mi, something you would hear using your ear
It corrected to me this as "ears" but every one says hete that this is "ear" is it the same when ever there is or multople of them?
They do not use spaces in Japan. They can separate each word just out of the context and the different writing scripts.
Like a kid who wants to be called on yelling "Me! Me!" But, like, inside voice.
Mimi = Meme like the ee in meet Meme= like the e in met Well I'm not sure if I made it sound sense . . .
Kinda like when you leave your cd radio on in your room unattended for a while and come back, sometimes, the disc will get scratched, causing repeats(and skips) in words. Well, "ME(mi)-me(mi) thinks this sound is bad for my ears"
I remember the shape of the letter because it reminds me of the Sanskrit/Hindi letter 'ma' = म. The top bar is what Hindi letters are hung on.