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YMMV: Slime Forest Adventure
Crowning Moment of Funny: Several of the mnemonics are hilarious. This was obviously done intentionally, as a memory aid.
If your Samurai gets wet, hang him out to dry. Thus explaining why the kanji for "samurai" (士), when turned upside down, becomes the kanji for "dry" (干).
The following sequence:
車 — "Wheel" or "Wheeled Vehicle" — A drawing of a chariot from above, with a wheel at the top and bottom.
垂 — "Sag" — You put a heavy load (that overlaps the front and back) on your chariot, and it sags under the weight.
乗 — "Ride" — You put too heavy a load on your chariot, broke one of the wheels, and now you need a ride.