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    Quote Originally Posted by Coollead View Post
    Many things have kanji that aren't used at all/often... off the top of my head: エビ/海老
    I see that one all the time. I wonder if it's a regional thing?

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    海老 is used all the time at restaurants
    You see, gentlemen, a pimp's love is very different from a square's...
    (郷に入っては郷に従え.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coollead View Post
    Yeah, I don't think I've seen "やる" written in kanji ever... Hell, the IME doesn't even give me an option.

    Many things have kanji that aren't used at all/often... off the top of my head: エビ/海老
    actually I see that one fairly often on food labels, mr. lead. but you're right, lots of stuff is almost never written in kanji. やる indeed being one of stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UPGRAYEDD View Post
    海老 is used all the time at restaurants
    and on the wrappers of onigiri in a conbini near you.

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    I didn't know that iru had a kanji until recently. I'd never seen it used before but I have a Japanese friend who uses 居る all the time in her messages.
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingmongkut View Post
    actually I see that one fairly often on food labels, mr. lead. but you're right, lots of stuff is almost never written in kanji. やる indeed being one of stuff.
    Hmm. I see it on ingredient lists as "エビ" and on the front of packages as the kanji.

    Weiiiired.

    Also, "あります" has a kanji too, although this one is far more used. 有ります...

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    Quote Originally Posted by puma View Post
    puma no study reply FTW:

    明日、私はここにいないので、あなたたちは自分で遣って下さい。

    followed by a blank stare
    If this is in reference to a class, it's probably best to use 自習

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coollead View Post
    Hmm. I see it on ingredient lists as "エビ" and on the front of packages as the kanji.

    Weiiiired.

    Also, "あります" has a kanji too, although this one is far more used. 有ります...
    Yeah, like 有り難う

    Quote Originally Posted by patjs View Post
    If this is in reference to a class, it's probably best to use 自習
    It was a baton twirling practice.
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_igirisu View Post



    It was a baton twirling practice.
    ah, in that case 自殺 would be more appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandek View Post
    ah, in that case 自殺 would be more appropriate.
    Nice joke Thomas.
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    i meant every word.

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    I wonder what your hobbies are?
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    Wait, you're British?

    WTF are you doing twirling batons?

    Surely you'd be better twirling bacons
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    mostly rolling around on some tracks, occasionally taking passengers to their destinations. but i like it best when my coal car is full and i am going real fast down the country side and my smoke stack smoke is blowing back like wheeeeeee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crab View Post
    Wait, you're British?

    WTF are you doing twirling batons?

    Surely you'd be better twirling bacons
    Haha, I laughed quite a bit at that. I was once in the best majorette team in Britian. Ahhhh those were the days....

    Quote Originally Posted by jandek View Post
    mostly rolling around on some tracks, occasionally taking passengers to their destinations. but i like it best when my coal car is full and i am going real fast down the country side and my smoke stack smoke is blowing back like wheeeeeee.
    This may be. But if I see a post of yours that mentions liking anything stupid (maybe certain 5 letter words beginning with 'a') then I will come and drink drive you into the channel tunnel and then start a fire and run... The Fat Controller will try to help you but die of a heart attack somewhere in the north of Kent.
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_igirisu View Post

    This may be. But if I see a post of yours that mentions liking anything stupid (maybe certain 5 letter words beginning with 'a') .
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    APISH slavishly or foolishly imitative [adj] : APISHLY [adv]

    APNEA temporary cessation of respiration [n -S] : APNEAL, APNEIC [adj]

    APODS <apod=n> [n]

    APORT on or toward the left side of a ship [adv]

    APPAL to {appall=v} [v -PALLED, -PALLING, -PALS]

    APPEL a feint in fencing [n -S]

    APPLE an edible fruit [n -S]

    APPLY to bring into contact with something [v -PLIED, -PLYING, -PLIES]

    APRES {after=prep} [prep]

    APRON to provide with an apron (a garment worn to protect one's clothing) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    APSES <apse=n> [n]

    APSIS an {apse=n} [n -SIDES]

    APTER <apt=adj> [adj]

    APTLY in an apt manner [adv]

    AQUAE <aqua=n> [n]

    AQUAS <aqua=n> [n]

    ARAKS <arak=n> [n]

    ARAME an edible seaweed [n -S]

    ARBOR a tree [n -ES] / a shady garden shelter [n -S]

    ARCED <arc=v> [v]

    ARCUS an arch-shaped cloud [n -ES]

    ARDEB an Egyptian unit of capacity [n -S]

    ARDOR intensity of emotion [n -S]

    AREAE <area=n> [n]

    AREAL <area=n> [adj]

    AREAS <area=n> [n]

    ARECA a tropical tree [n -S]

    AREIC pertaining to a region of the earth contributing little surface drainage [adj]

    ARENA an enclosed area for contests [n -S]

    ARENE an aromatic compound [n -S]

    AREPA a cornmeal cake [n -S]

    ARETE a sharp mountain ridge [n -S]

    ARGAL {argol=n} [n -S]

    ARGIL a white clay [n -S]

    ARGLE to {argue=v} [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES]

    ARGOL a crust deposited in wine casks during aging [n -S]

    ARGON a gaseous element [n -S]

    ARGOT a specialized vocabulary [n -S] : ARGOTIC [adj]

    ARGUE to present reasons for or against [v -GUED, -GUING, -GUES]

    ARGUS an East Indian pheasant [n -ES]

    ARHAT a Buddhist who has attained nirvana [n -S]

    ARIAS <aria=n> [n]

    ARIEL an African gazelle [n -S]

    ARILS <aril=n> [n]

    ARISE to get up [v AROSE, ARISEN, ARISING, ARISES]

    ARLES money paid to bind a bargain [n]

    ARMED <arm=v> [v]

    ARMER one that {arms=v} [n -S]

    ARMET a medieval helmet [n -S]

    ARMOR to furnish with armor (a defensive covering) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AROID a flowering plant [n -S]

    AROMA a pleasant odor [n -S]

    AROSE <arise=v> [v]

    ARPEN {arpent=n} [n -S]

    ARRAS a tapestry [n -ES] : ARRASED [adj]

    ARRAY to place in proper or desired order [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    ARRIS a ridge formed by the meeting of two surfaces [n -RISES]

    ARROW to indicate the proper position of with an arrow (a linear figure with a wedge-shaped end) [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    ARSES <arse=n> [n]

    ARSIS the unaccented part of a musical measure [n ARSES]

    ARSON the malicious or fraudulent burning of property [n -S] : ARSONOUS [adj]

    ARTAL <rotl=n> [n]

    ARTEL a collective farm in Russia [n -S]

    ARTSY {arty=adj} [adj -SIER, -SIEST]

    ARUMS <arum=n> [n]

    ARVAL pertaining to plowed land [adj]

    ARVOS <arvo=n> [n]

    ARYLS <aryl=n> [n]

    ASANA a posture in yoga [n -S]

    ASCOT a broad neck scarf [n -S]

    ASCUS a spore sac in certain fungi [n ASCI]

    ASDIC {sonar=n} [n -S]

    ASHED <ash=v> [v]

    ASHEN consisting of ashes [adj]

    ASHES <ash=v> [v]

    ASIDE a comment by an actor intended to be heard by the audience but not the other actors [n -S]

    ASKED <ask=v> [v]

    ASKER one that {asks=v} [n -S]

    ASKEW to one side [adv]

    ASKOI <askos=n> [n]

    ASKOS an oil jar used in ancient Greece [n ASKOI]

    ASPEN any of several poplars [n -S]

    ASPER a Turkish money of account [n -S]

    ASPIC the {asp=n} [n -S]

    ASPIS {aspic=n} [n -PISES]

    ASSAI a tropical tree [n -S]

    ASSAY to {attempt=v} [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    ASSES <ass=n> [n]

    ASSET a useful quality or thing [n -S]

    ASTER a flowering plant [n -S]

    ASTIR moving about [adj]

    ASYLA <asylum=n> [n]

    ATAPS <atap=n> [n]

    ATAXY {ataxia=n} [n ATAXIES]

    ATILT being in a tilted position [adj]

    ATLAS a male figure used as a supporting column [n ATLANTES or ATLASES]

    ATMAN the individual soul in Hinduism [n -S]

    ATMAS <atma=n> [n]

    ATOLL a ring-shaped coral island [n -S]

    ATOMS <atom=n> [n]

    ATOMY a tiny particle [n -MIES]

    ATONE to make amends or reparation [v ATONED, ATONING, ATONES] : ATONABLE [adj]

    ATONY muscular weakness [n -NIES]

    ATOPY a type of {allergy=n} [n -PIES] : ATOPIC [adj]

    ATRIA <atrium=n> [n]

    ATRIP {aweigh=adj} [adj]

    ATTAR a fragrant oil [n -S]

    ATTIC a story or room directly below the roof of a house [n -S]

    AUDAD {aoudad=n} [n -S]

    AUDIO sound reception or transmission [n -DIOS]

    AUDIT to examine with intent to verify [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AUGER a tool for boring [n -S]

    AUGHT a zero [n -S]

    AUGUR to foretell from omens [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AULIC pertaining to a royal court [adj]

    AUNTS <aunt=n> [n]

    AUNTY {aunt=n} [n AUNTIES]

    AURAE <aura=n> [n]

    AURAL pertaining to the sense of hearing [adj] : AURALLY [adv]

    AURAR <eyrir=n> [n]

    AURAS <aura=n> [n]

    AUREI <aureus=n> [n]

    AURES <auris=n> [n]

    AURIC pertaining to {gold=n} [adj]

    AURIS the ear [n AURES]

    AURUM {gold=n} [n -S]

    AUTOS <auto=v> [v]

    AUXIN a substance used to regulate plant growth [n -S] : AUXINIC [adj]

    AVAIL to be of use or advantage to [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AVANT culturally or stylistically new [adj]

    AVAST used as a command to stop [interj]

    AVENS a perennial herb [n -ES]

    AVERS <aver=v> [v]

    AVERT to turn away [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AVGAS gasoline for airplanes [n -GASES or -GASSES]

    AVIAN a bird [n -S]

    AVION an {airplane=n} [n -S]

    AVISO {advice=n} [n -SOS]

    AVOID to keep away from [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AVOWS <avow=v> [v]

    AWAIT to wait for [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AWAKE to wake up [v AWAKED or AWOKE, AWOKEN, AWAKING, AWAKES]

    AWARD to grant as due or merited [v -ED, -ING, -S]

    AWARE having perception or knowledge [adj]

    AWASH covered with water [adj]

    AWFUL extremely bad or unpleasant [adj -FULLER, -FULLEST] : AWFULLY [adv]

    AWING <awe=v> [v]

    AWNED <awn=n> [adj]

    AWOKE <awake=v> [v]

    AWOLS <awol=n> [n]

    AXELS <axel=n> [n]

    AXIAL pertaining to or forming an axis [adj] : AXIALLY [adv]

    AXILE {axial=adj} [adj]

    AXILS <axil=n> [n]

    AXING <ax=v> [v]

    AXIOM a self-evident truth [n -S]

    AXION a hypothetical subatomic particle [n -S]

    AXITE a fiber of an axon [n -S]

    AXLED <axle=n> [adj]

    AXLES <axle=n> [n]

    AXMAN one who wields an ax [n AXMEN]

    AXMEN <axman=n> [n]

    AXONE {axon=n} [n -S]

    AXONS <axon=n> [n]

    AYAHS <ayah=n> [n]

    AYINS <ayin=n> [n]

    AZANS <azan=n> [n]

    AZIDE a type of chemical compound [n -S] : AZIDO [adj]

    AZIDO <azide=n> [adj]

    AZINE a type of chemical compound [n -S]

    AZLON a textile fiber [n -S]

    AZOIC pertaining to geologic time before the appearance of life [adj]

    AZOLE a type of chemical compound [n -S]

    AZONS <azon=n> [n]

    AZOTE {nitrogen=n} [n -S] : AZOTED [adj]

    AZOTH {mercury=n} [n -S]

    AZUKI {adzuki=n} [n -S]

    AZURE a blue color
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotty View Post
    sean bean and viggo mortensen are like aint no thang yo we just shank this bitch and gandalf says YOU CANT CUT A BITCH MADE OF FIRE MOTHERFUCKER put that shit away and fuckin CHEESE IT bitches

    Quote Originally Posted by matt360 View Post
    Now I think of Magneto forming metal dildos to ram up his own ass. And then I picture Gandalf whispering to butterflies to go get him some dildos so he at least has something to do on that tower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_igirisu View Post
    (maybe certain 5 letter words beginning with 'a') .
    'america' has seven letters.

    p.s. and anime is for the weak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandek View Post

    p.s. and anime is for the weak.
    You are forgiven.

    Ps Crab, you might want to get a hobby too. You wanna join my team?
    Quote Originally Posted by tenderRondo View Post
    they said your uk blood has extremely high levels of tea and crumpets in it.
    http://osharejunks.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandek View Post
    'america' has seven letters.
    accordion has 9 hurr
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNJS2qXTDTk
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2cDju3V_uc
    「そうだ、医者は本来殺し屋なのだ。人間誰しも避けられない死をいかに納得させるか、その手伝いをする職業なのだ」───渡辺淳一、”無影燈”、1974
    nothing sounds quite like an 8-0-8

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickOutTheJams View Post
    accordion has 9 hurr
    i miss my accordion : (

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