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    Default current favorite Japanese word

    http://linear.mv.com/cgi-bin/j-e/jis...oirazu&WC=none

    The kanji have something to do with a cat being unnecessary.

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    my all time favourite is ch-ch-chooooto mate.

    Obviously im ぺらぺら 日本語.

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    I still giggle when I hear アレルギー
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    By the sweaty meat flaps of Roseannes minge, after all the fuss to get a Japanese forum you then go and post this here? We never would have had this sort of chaos if the germans had won the war.
    Great men of action never mind on occasion being ridiculous; in a sense it is part of their job.

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    We Germans are efficient at love making, you know.
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    Fine, be like that

    Nothing to see here folks, move along now.
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    Now, now. Your silly little imagination has little relevance to my skill of coital efficiency.
    Someone tell me how to say "coital efficiency" in Japanese.
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    性交の効率?
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    Doesn't really roll of the tongue as one might hope. A shame. Although, googling 性交効率 resulted in some up-skirt shots. Whatever that's worth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeCarter
    By the sweaty meat flaps of Roseannes minge, after all the fuss to get a Japanese forum you then go and post this here?
    I was thinking the same thing. And I really want to say "By the sweaty meat flaps of Roseanne's minge" to someone.

    Also, I hate, hate, hate the word ぺらぺら, especially when people write it "Pera Pera". It is even more overused than "fluent" in English, and that is saying something.

    My favourite Japanese word is 布が少ない(ぬのがすくない, literally "not much dress material".) It was my previous supervisor's description of Kouda Kumi's fashion style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeCarter
    By the sweaty meat flaps of Roseannes minge, after all the fuss to get a Japanese forum you then go and post this here? We never would have had this sort of chaos if the germans had won the war.
    I'm sorry master, I was too busy looking up your old posts to even notice there was a Japanese forum.

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    You guys make a great S&M couple.

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    Do you have the corporate spirit, Az?

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     (うつ) - depression

    Just because it's absolutely ridiculous. And if you spend 5 minutes memorizing it, you'll make Japanese go "heeeeeee sugoiiiii" when writing it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samesong
     (うつ) - depression

    Just because it's absolutely ridiculous. And if you spend 5 minutes memorizing it, you'll make Japanese go "heeeeeee sugoiiiii" when writing it out.

    they do that even when i write my name in katakana :?
    haha

    i've always been a fan of つばさ... because it rhymes with Mufasa. 

    i like repeated ones like 時々、様々、人々 とか。

    dunno if i have a favorite favorite though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saritajuanita
    Quote Originally Posted by samesong
     (うつ) - depression

    Just because it's absolutely ridiculous. And if you spend 5 minutes memorizing it, you'll make Japanese go "heeeeeee sugoiiiii" when writing it out.

    they do that even when i write my name in katakana :?
    haha
    +1

    Hell, I've been "jouzu"ed for saying "sumimasen" in a department store. 8O

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    mine has to be ねっぺ(neppe) which means sleep farter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinjukudude
    mine has to be ねっぺ(neppe) which means sleep farter.
    That is made of win.

    I like "asadachi" (morning wood) because it reminds me of the story of that guy who ran into school yelling "SORRY I'M LATE!!! THERE WAS A HUGE ASADACHI!!!!!!!!" thinking he was talking about a rainshower.

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    I'd say right now it's 辻斬り, which is to kill a passerby in order to test a new sword. Also エッスエム, which I'm not sure if I katakanized it properly...but it means SM.

    I still laugh when I hear some of the doubled words...びしょびしょ, which means soaked through is funny.

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    i decided yesterday that i really like this kanji: 少

    it looks like a little old man giving a wry grin.
    fucking genki

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