D: How's 11/22 (I I NIyan NIyan- good kitty cat) for Master Nekomamushi's birthday? P.N. I do love cats after all.
O: Whaaaaaaat?! Sure.
D: This one is for P.N. Masao, Who's Birthday is on December 14th from volume 81!! I've racked my brains in order to make your wish come true!! How is Pica for your birthday buddy, with the number pun behind his birthday being "He can freely manipulate rock" (Jiyuni (12) ishi (14) wo ayatsureru)?! Odacchi, what do you think?! P.N. Piteler
O: So kind! (Haha) Masao, the guy who just wanted to have a birthday buddy within the One Piece world... good for you, man! Make sure your voice is extra squeaky from now and on!
D: Oda-sensei, heso!! As I was browsing through the list of birthdays, I realized that nobody from Alabasta other than Vivi had official birthdays yet, so I did my best to come up with some! How is:
King Cobra (2/13 for coBura  and 13 for his status as King)
Carue (11/8 for KArUE )
Pell (8/23 for HAyaBUSA , Japanese for "Falcon")
Chaka (4/26 for JacKAL )
Kohza (5/26 for KOhZA )
Igaram (12/6 for IGAraM )
O: Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?!! (shock)
[T/N: It's hard to explain, but basically, all these birthdays are based off "number puns"- something that's rather common in Japan. These "number puns" , known as "goro awase" (ゴロ合わせ）use the various methods of counting that exist within the Japanese language to turn normal terms into numbers. For example, above, the word for "freely" (Jiyuni 自由に) sounds like the word for "twelve" (jyuni 十二), hence "freely" can be written as "12". Nevertheless, some of these are definitely a stretch.]