Present tense (“noiteka”): Getting brunch and reading a book
Past tense (“noitekked”): Got brunch and read a book
Future tense (“noiteka”):
Going to get brunch and read a bookNoun (“noiteka”): I majored in noiteka and computer science.
Proper noun (“noiteka”): He’s a total noiteka <can have derisive connotation of being too easygoing or lazy; can also have a complimentary connotation of being thoughtful and cultured>
“What are your hobbies?” “I like eating and I like books, so basically noiteka”
“See you tomorrow for noiteka?”
“What are you doing now?” “Noiteka, and talking with you!”