For the past month or so, I've added private Korean lessons to my schedule, so I'm technically taking two Korean classes right now. My teacher is awesome and has realized that I'm a kinesthetic learner. She's very amenable to Western-style learning, and has chosen to embrace that part of my personality. She's had me drawing comics in Korean for homework and is compiling them into a book. Every week, before I give them to her, I take a picture so I can share them with you. Now, it's not Captain Bob, so don't get your hopes up, but it is about my adventures in Korea, so I think it's still good.
Anne: Bob is my imaginary friend. I first drew him when I was in third grade.
Bob: Hello. I'm Bob!
Anne: When I was in middle school, I drew Bob to be a spaceship captain.
Bob: This is my spaceship. I am a spaceship captain.
These days, I use Bob in class.
Anne: What's this?
Kid: Why are his eyes big?
Sometimes, the students make fun of him.
Kid: Hehehe! He's a big-eyed foreigner! He's a big-eyed foreigner.
Anne: When people make fun of Bob he gets sad, but Bob is an imaginary person, so he can't say it.
Bob: *knock knock* Hello?
Sometimes, if the students make of of me, I get mad.
Kid: Hahaha! The big foreigner is fat! Hahaha!
Anne: Grrr... *anger!*
So, Bob should help me.
Me: I want to punish that kid!
Bob: Ah! No!