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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:00:16  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
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Previous Thread: Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 186

Hey!!! All you NEETs, nerds, YouTube link spammers, pedophiles, neo-Nazis,
Yukorin enthusiasts, Nanako SOS admirers, Part-Time-Preachers,
Diplomats' spoiled sons, losers who can't remember Kanji characters,
Big-boobs fans, Weeaboo from around the world, learners of Japanese
who are too lazy to update their Japanese blogs very often, cunning
linguists, stupid fan girls of Johnny's Boys, Touhou pirates, and
that electrical super-gay who suffers from mental disease - This is your thread!
Let's hope Igirisu-jin and the Internet-addicted housewife will come back soon!

We all wish for permanent world peace!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:01:52  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
I'm sorry. I have a dirty heart.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:02:34  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Ah, it worked!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:06:41  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
>1
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!

Useless gaijins can't even make a new thread....

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:08:36  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Thats not fair... =/ I tried. It was just rejected >_>

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:10:12  ID:uKSvqv6s.net(2)
>1
Thank you for setting up the new thread.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:14:29  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Does Japan hate foreigners that much? >_>
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:14:47  ID:uKSvqv6s.net(2)
I'm listening to a program of FM radio station OKIRADI on an internet website SimulRadio.
You can enjoy FM radio programs broadcast by many stations in Japan.
Very convenient.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:15:26  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
I'm sorry. Today is cold in Kanto area.
Moreover,

∧_∧
( ´・ω・)  Let's have reiko (iced coffee) and chat!
( つ旦O  ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ∫ ← steam from reiko???
と_)_)  旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 旦 ← These are not reiko.

I missed before. 
Of course, I didn't made this AA and I only inherited and reused the original,
so I should have been more careful.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:15:34  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
Omfg the road is super congested as hell

Seems like some traffic accidents....

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:18:34  ID:UiIfvE2R.net(3)
>1
Good job!

>7
That guy is GOD who hate GAIJIN aliens and most popular guy in this thread.
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:19:49  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Huh... Righto.
Isn't talking on an English thread a little contradictory?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:20:41  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
>11
That's not true at all.

I do like gaijins but only good looking gaijins lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:22:54  ID:UiIfvE2R.net(3)
BTW
I've never seen Reiko or iced coffee in Europe, but watching old "Roman Holiday"
Gregory Peck drinking cold coffee in the movie,I've little bit surprised.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:23:20  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
So you hate them and think they're useless.

But you don't hate good looking ones.

Righto. >_>

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:24:43  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
Beauty is power

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:24:49  ID:UiIfvE2R.net(3)
>13
Ha ha I know you don't like 害人 harmful guys.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:27:29  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
Yep!

害人s are out of the question
But good looking gaijins with good body shape is super
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:29:26  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Thats... One way of looking at it... I guess >_>


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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:39:35  ID:WSbE3REZ!.n(3)
Thank you GOD for giving us this thread today.
BTW what is your type of girl.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 19:50:54  ID:eCBfJsZz.net(2)
>1
Thank you for your kindness.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:02:51  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
How'd you get the name 'GOD'? >_> Or am I missing something
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:03:18  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>20
It's a taboo question for him.
He's never ever mentioned the type of woman.
I doubt he is straight.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:04:59  ID:eCBfJsZz.net(2)
>7
Mr. Crisis,
If anything, this tread is flavored with rightest and racist ideology.
You can write anything, but you had better feel the atmosphere.
For my part, I welcome your writings.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:08:03  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Oh, I'm not really fussed about being an outsider or being targeted for it.
I've been warned about it, in fact ^^

I just think that people who express those sentiments should bear these statements they're
making in mind if they ever decide to travel over seas, looking to be welcomed in other
countries

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:11:31  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Thank you for your welcome though ^^
(I don't know how to reference posts - this is the first time I've been on here...)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:15:30  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>26
What brought you this thread, if you don't mind to answer?

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:21:37  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
To be honest, I'm not really sure XD
I mean... As "weeaboo" as this will sound, I've always been fascinated with Japanese culture, so I thought it'd be kinda
cool to talk to some Japanese people. (I assure you, I am NOT a "weeaboo" XD )
That, and this website is actually talked about among groups here in Australia (I can't say much for other countries).
So, I thought I'd check it out. So far, it seems pretty cool.
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:22:09  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
It was more of a whim, I guess XD

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:33:49  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>28
Thanks for the answer.
If you're interested in staying with us, I recommend using free software (2chMate) or something.
You can download it from Google play store. The software helps me a lot to read threads and respond a comment quickly.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:36:31  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
Sorry. I assumed you are posting from smartphone like I am.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:38:51  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Thanks! ^^ I would do that, but... Well... I'm nowhere near proficient enough in Japanese...
(I know around 5 words, and even less kanji)

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:39:34  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Oh.. No - using a PC ^^

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:47:38  ID:8lgEKuQw.net(3)
It seems "weeaboo" is really strong derogatory term among gaijins.
I've seen many cases like, someone praise Japan even slightly and other person goes "waaaaaa you are weeabooooooooooo".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:51:18  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
I want real anti-Japanese gaijins(反日害人).
They never come here.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:52:03  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Yeah... Its pretty common. And I'll admit, I've delved into the anime world (The most common instance in which
weeaboo is used).
Its... Not THAT strong of a derogatory word, really. I guess its the Western equivalent to 'Otaku'. (Is Otaku still
considered a derogatory word...?)

Normally, the term weeaboo generally applies to people with an EXTREME love for Japan and its exports in the
Western world >_>

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:52:51  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
健全でない言葉が含まれているため表示しません 内容を確認する

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:53:37  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Oh, there are plenty of anti-Japanese people here in Australia >_> though they're largely the Vietnam war veteran population,
and most of them don't know how to use a computer, soo.....
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:54:13  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Oh my... I'm sorry... Not Vietnam war...

World War 2 ._.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:54:43  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
I will now crawl back under my rock >_>

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 20:57:47  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
And the others that are anti-Japanese are what we call 'bogans' or people who are from the lower end of society

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:03:55  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
That's a matter of regret.
Australian are not AustKorean, aren't they?
I want enemies.
The exsitence of enemies makes me glitter.
I'll drink too much non-alcoholic beer tonight.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:13:04  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Why would you want enemies? You could put the effort of hating someone into something more beneficial... >_>
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:13:43  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>38
I'm sorry to hear that.
In fact, we are good partners in economy.
Japan buys lots of minerals from Australia.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:19:23  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Don't be let down by it ^^
Its a minority of people who are just general bastards.
Australia is largely multi cultural and accepting

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:21:24  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
I don't want to hate good people.
I want to hate anti-Japanese people.
The hate is beneficial to world peace.
My hatered won't turn into arms.

However, as far as whaling issues, Australians are anti-Japanese people, I think.
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:27:02  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
No, certainly not. Australians aren't anti-Japanese because of whaling. They're simply anti-whaling, and the whalers happen
to be Japanese (Also bear in mind that Sea Shepherd doesn't just target Japan; they work worldwide).
The thing about the whaling is, the whales being targeted are an endangered species... Thats why people protest it. Also, I don't
think most Australians really care about it to be honest XD That might have a moment of "Oh, thats bad" when they see it on the news, then
they forget about it

There might be a few who hate Japan because of whaling, but again, they're a minoirty population and not really worth bothering with
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:27:24  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
Speaking of Austkorea, I was literally forced to participate in this retarded program on anti whaling thing when I studied abroad in UQ

Basically they do this to only Japanese students and invite anti whaling activists and then preach how cruel whaling and Japanese are!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:29:50  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>46
GOD wasn't welcomed in Britain so he became a gaijin hater.
What happened in your case?
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:31:52  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
It seems over the top to be hated because of the whaling though... >_> Thats weird...

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:31:54  ID:WSbE3REZ!.n(3)
According to Shin Shin Toitsu -Do hatred will destroy your strength.
The idea is not to "confront", which is a waste of valuable energy.
The idea is to "lead" people who are ignorant or agressive.
So you need to educate gaijins not confront them, if you want world peace.
Confrontation is so easy and wasteful. Leadership has the opposite effect.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:38:03  ID:15bOjpN4.net
>43
Mr. Crisis
For me, Australia reminds me of the fact the Australian leader called on Japan to import daily necessities to expand the two-way trade about thirty years ago.
I emphasize friendly relationship between Japan and Australia for eternal peace in the Pacific area.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:39:45  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
Austkoreans need to apologize sincerely and pay compensation money to aborigines and leave them alone!
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:41:28  ID:WSbE3REZ!.n(3)

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:53:01  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Yeah, I think friendly relations is a good thing, and believe me, the government isn't actually happy with Sea Shepherd XD

And the Australia did apologize to the aborigines back in 2010. There have been numerous organizations set up to help them as well
with financial needs ^^ So its already been done

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:56:46  ID:SSFEHlmf.net(8)
No it's not done and not that simple.

Aborigines are still discriminated against in austkorea! So Austkoreans will have to be sorry for the rest of their lives!

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:56:53  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
And in terms of leaving them alone, well... if you caught the previous thread, the aboriginal population is actually represented
in government now to. There are aboriginal representatives all over Australia. The government can't make significant changes to land
either without first consulting the elders of the respected area

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:58:59  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
>47
I think anti-whaling people should put their anti-whaling feelings in their own mind.
But they do anti-whaling activities.
Australian government actually did at the International Court of Justice.
This problem is not simply from anti-whaling, I think.

>49
I cannot explain it well, but I probably explained it before and forgot it because my English is English composition.
I don't hate 外人. I hate 害人.
I only want to explain true histories to the English language world.
So I studies English.

>54
You know a lot.
I have his book ”君に成功を贈る"
I don't want to live for the purpose of being liked by others.
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 21:59:13  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
I know they're still discriminated against... But discrimination happens wherever you go. And I don't know... I've seen some pretty big changes
since the apology.
Don't get me wrong, I think that what happened to the aboriginals is sickening (I'm actually friends with a few of the elders).

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:01:23  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
As far as I know, there is no hatred between Australia and Japan over anything... The whaling is an isolated issue, and shouldn't affect
the two nations. Then again, I don't really get involved in politics, so...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:05:20  ID:8lgEKuQw.net(3)
>53
Do you know a movie called "Australia"?
In this movie, the people who kill aboriginals are NOT Aussies, it's, holy moly, Japanese! And Aussies and aboriginals are good friends.
Sure, Japanese were their cursed enemy so put their guilt on Japan is really great idea!
It's worth watching just for laughs.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:07:52  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
I think avoiding politic topics are irresponsible for world peace.
(I don't mean you should talk about politics.)

The world is not peace. I know the reason, so it is "Logical" !
"Logical" sounds very comfortable.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:10:41  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
I don't remember there being Japanese in the movie 'Australia'.... But I watched it some time ago... XD

Why does world peace need to be politics? Is that all it comes down to? What one government says to another?
Shouldn't peace be a mindset that everyone holds? And should that not also be on an individual level?

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:12:23  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
And well... Australia doesn't really hold the past against Japan... ^^; We're more of a "forgive and forget" kind of nation... ^^

If you don't feel like thats true, I'd apologize... Thats how it is though ^^;

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:31:06  ID:z/sTJulf.net
australia reminds me of a japanese punk rock band called mach pelican.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-uApJAHAJ4

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:32:43  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
I can't understand the anti-war hunting activities in the first place.
The whales are eating small fishes which are supposed to be eaten by human.

Due to the protection movement continuing decades , the current number of whale in the sea has become huge and is not acceptable within natural eco system.
I'm afraid the day would come when we cannot taste fish dishes because of the fish eating monster, whale.

I used to eat whale meat as a kid and it's the most impressive memory for its delicacy in my childhood. Actually I forgot most of other things.
We should openly eat whale meat and regard it as emergency food in the case of food shortage crisis.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:33:11  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Out of curiosity though, how do you guys feel about Australia? From the looks of it, you seem to have a bleak view of it... ^^;

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:34:16  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Ummmmmm..... Whale's eat krill.... They don't eat fish... >_>
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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:37:28  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Most whales don't, anyway (Notably the hunted ones)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:38:57  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
Native English is very difficult.
I cannot understand the half of your post.
I want to answer your question, but I cannot do so in English.
The frustration will turn into my English motivation, thanks.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:40:09  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Uhnnn... What do you think of Australia?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:45:34  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
Whales eat krill.
Fish eat krill.
Krill is not inexhaustible.

I have never been to Australia.
I often see them in Niseko Hirafu Ski Resort.
They are good at skiing.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:48:44  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Good at skiing, you say? XD
Ironic. There are is really only one or two places to ski in Australia.
Most of it is desert

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:50:44  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
So my image is that Australians are super outdoor masters.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:52:54  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Australian's do love the outdoors. Though in terms of extreme sports, probably not as often as you'd think XD

Most people like getting sunburnt at the beach (If they live on the coast - which is most of the population).

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:53:41  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>68
Doesn't it depend on the size of whale?
Even if whales only eat krills, are they supposed to be consumed also by fishes? Then the number of fish should be decreasing, right?
And aren't whales taking humans food, krill.?

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 22:56:45  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
No, not really... I'm no whale expert, but I do know that a lot of whales are actually endangered. (And Japan doesn't take all the blame for
that).
Fish eating krill depends on the species of fish. Not all of them eat krill. As for whales, I can only think of Orca's (Killer whales)
that eat fish. The rest (Again, as far as I know) eat krill.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:11:40  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
Australians run outdoor companies in Hokkaido.
I thought the rafting was a Australian culture.

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:13:43  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Rafting certainly is ^^

Outdoors is actually rather big in Australia - just not as big as what the rest of the world may think ^^;
But certainly, there is a big industry for the outdoors here, especially in the south east

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:21:39  ID:8lgEKuQw.net(3)
>77
I did some rough research for you.

Toothed whales eat mainly fish and squid.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toothed_whale

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whale
>Whales are major consumers of fish and oceanic invertebrates

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Mr Crisis[]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:22:06  ID:/DLTfLmg!.n(37)
Well. Gotta go for a while. Nice talking to you all!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:26:09  ID:GHOiZSUi.net(10)
>77
Aside from what whales eat, while you were eating beaf
to your hearts content, lost war Japanese had to take fresh protein from the whales to survive. And the Japanese built japan's prosperity.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:36:57  ID:czwPS8Ae.net
Austkorean ran away lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/05 23:43:46  ID:NPIyJ/9t.net(13)
66 commnets a day is a new record since ID started.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 00:53:31  ID:p9mbYV2F!.n
>83
Whale, maybe he's blubbering away, but there's no porpoise in being rude.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 03:15:33  ID:gyoxO3yr.net
It is true that Americans helped rehabilitee Japan after the devastation of the World War II.
Japan had to catch up with western industrialized nations in affluent life style.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 09:45:31  ID:lYou5oZ7.net(2)
Japan had already had western life style before WW.
The way of thinking makes me feel America's doing Japan a big favor.
This is like the aftereffects of the domectic violence.
This is just the Stockholm syndrome.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 10:37:47  ID:lYou5oZ7.net(2)
健全でない言葉が含まれているため表示しません 内容を確認する

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えワ[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 13:07:35  ID:fwQnP0Xo.net
hello how are you i fine thenk yeu and yeu?
I am advice to peoples some times in
many thrad.Because I do good English.
are you think me good doing?

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 14:37:07  ID:7mssrgaF.net
After the American reporter was executed by IS, Americans in the Middle East seem to be keeping a low profile and guarding against guerrilla attacks.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 17:12:00  ID:ZueHENjc.net
I'm struggling to fight back strong drowsiness...
Now that the typhoon has gone, warm weather has come back again.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 18:13:25  ID:/BvP+9kQ.net
I have been studying English recently,and it's difficult for me to read this thread.
But I glance at it today,there is a word" struggling" that I have just learned!
I can't resist to type this happening.
This experience makes me grow.
I really thank >91 for giving me such a good chance.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 18:24:03  ID:tRF0BD0r.net
Aw you're cute ^^

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/06 23:54:26  ID:tvN2SPk2.net
A Scotsman, an Irishman and an Englishman signed up for the Police
Academy. They were interviewed separately, and the first question
asked by their interviewer, a highly religious man, was, “Who killed
Jesus Christ?” The Scotsman went in first, and his reply was, “The
Romans did it!” The Irishman was next in, and after thinking for a
moment said, “The Romans did it!” Next came the Englishman, who
rubbed his chin and shook his head. “No, I’m sorry, old boy. I haven’t
got a clue.” The interviewer told him to go home for a week and think
about it before coming back for a second interview. When he got home,
the Englishman’s wife asked him how he got on, and he replied, “Fine.
My first day on the job, and they’ve assigned me to a murder case.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/07 06:29:15  ID:OqmB4swX!.n(2)
>58 Hatred is bad for yourself, not for others. The moment you switch
your mind to agression you lose. But if you switch your mind to extend
into the other person's mind, you can lead. Others won't know a thing
and get lead by you. That is to your advantage.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/07 06:30:56  ID:OqmB4swX!.n(2)
>58 I mean you don't need to be liked. You need to be the leader.


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/07 07:05:14  ID:piy77yuv.net
>58
Hatred is good for yourself, and of course for others.
The moment you switch your mind to agression you win.
But if you switch your mind to extend into the other person's mind, you can be left behind.
Others will know everything and lead you.
That is to your disadvantage.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 07:08:00  ID:lwKpovy+.net
>95
Why don't you tell your profound preach to your fellow gaijins?
This world becomes million times better that way and you can be gaijin god.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 12:51:59  ID:51ewlV5u.net(5)
The decrease in the population in local areas poses a grave social problem.
The Prime Minister emphasized the creation of local areas, but it seems to be wide of the mark.

The typhoon No. 18 raged through yesterday, leaving five persons dead and injuring 49 others.
What made matters worse, the typhoon No. 19 nearing the archipelago.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 17:41:18  ID:RrCiyu/k.net
I love coke so much!
I'm one of those people who can actually tell the difference between the regular one and the zero one!

I've been drinking the diet one for 5 days now! Love it!!!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 18:46:47  ID:DhRAzwXm.net(2)
>100
You are geek!
Regular coke contains too much sugar,so very bad for your health.
but diet coke........really poor taste.
I would rather choose black coffee.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 18:56:13  ID:51ewlV5u.net(5)
The Japanese two scholars was awarded the Nobel Prize for their brilliant achievements in their studies of physics.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 18:57:22  ID:51ewlV5u.net(5)
CORRECTION
scholars was → scholars were

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:00:41  ID:DhRAzwXm.net(2)
Two scholars? NHK news 7 said three scholars.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:03:27  ID:51ewlV5u.net(5)
>104
I heard the broadcast says two Japanese scholars in Meijo Universities won the Prize. NHK radio news made mistakes, I suppose.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:03:47  ID:GU6P1tsC.net(3)
>95>97
I am very confused, but I see.
OK, My hatred will be posted in
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1 Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:04:33  ID:51ewlV5u.net(5)
CORRECTION
Universities → University

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:09:13  ID:GU6P1tsC.net(3)
However, if gaijins(害人s) come here, I posted hatred to them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:09:45  ID:GU6P1tsC.net(3)
posted → will post

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:34:01  ID:+9aWbi10.net(2)
>101
No. That's not true at all! The regular one tastes so nasty and doesn't always cold to me!

On the other hand, the diet one is so refreshing like literally I can pour it down on my face on summer days!

Love love love the diet cock!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 19:34:44  ID:+9aWbi10.net(2)
Oops not cock! Coke!

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 22:24:07  ID:sbspn/fn.net
Public vending machines of alcoholic beverages are equipped with a timing device that stops at eleven at night.
But I have not seen them for recent years.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 22:35:01  ID:xG0DUsem.net
There's one near my house but everything is ridiculously expensive!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/07 23:36:47  ID:+7TedVKP.net
speaking of diet coke, i read this article,
http://toyokeizai.net/articles/-/48584
according to it, beverages containing artificial sweetener are more dangerous.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 03:54:48  ID:fKwbC+nG!.n(2)
>112
I've only ever seen maybe four or five alcohol vending machines total in Tokyo.
It's far easier to just go to the konbini.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/08 07:20:31  ID:ttqixe5W!.n(2)
>97 I am afraid you are wrong. The moment you extend your mind into other's mind,
you are the one in control. Anyone who makes the first step in being agressive
actually detaches herself from the universal energy (Ki) and is the loser.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/08 07:21:14  ID:ttqixe5W!.n(2)
>>98 I am afraid you are wrong. It is not MY profound preach.
It is Koichi Tohei Sensei's philosphy. If you would like to study it,
I suggest you contact the Ki Society:
http://www.shinshintoitsuaikido.org/english/renew/aikidokai_001.html
I hope it helps you open your presumptious mind a little, and
widens your horizons.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 09:07:38  ID:BNIlRR3D.net
>117
Why don't you tell your precious Koichi Tohei Sensei's philosophy to your fellow gaijins rather than bother to post other country's anonymous board?
There are myriad pitiful gaijins who have presumptuous mind and waiting to be enlightened by you even at this very moment. Then idiotic gaijins will stop war and you can be the gaijin god.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 18:18:39  ID:n4blY0Eb.net(3)
I thought I need more exercise and went out to a river bank nearby my house for jogging.
I started to jog but I felt an acute severe pain in my left knee and had to walk before I ran only 1 kilometer...

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/08 18:22:40  ID:VGNTOVq9!.n
I see what you mean when you say "enlightening gaijin minds". However
I do not wish to be a god, nor do I want to enlighten anyone. They can kill
each other to their hearts' content. Btw, do you feel strongly negative about this philisophy,
and why, I would like to know your reasons.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 18:24:25  ID:n4blY0Eb.net(3)
I trudged back to my house when I spotted a tofu store.
I bought a piece of silken tofu (kinugoshi tofu) and two cups of tofu pudding.
The one was a plain type and the other was a tofu pudding with black sesame contained.
They looked delicious and I felt better.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 18:45:59  ID:fKwbC+nG!.n(2)
>121
Pudding? Like 豆腐花 or more like プリン?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 19:52:27  ID:gWfmK08s.net(2)
I dedided not to write here about gaijins(害人s), but I have lost what to write here...
I am empty.
I want to write here about gaijins(害人s).
My stress is going up hour by hour.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 20:04:37  ID:Hps6CwPx.net(5)
I'm so happy so many people have started expressing their hatred toward gaijins!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 20:38:48  ID:n4blY0Eb.net(3)
>122
プリン

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 21:48:01  ID:Hps6CwPx.net(5)
Now I'm drinking the calorie zero of cola!

So refreshing! A lot of people are obsessed with coffee but in my case it's coke!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/08 22:35:52  ID:TaIquiUw.net
Omg my throat is killing me. Every time I swallow I go like オエッ. I keep waking up in the middle of night due to this annoying sore throat. Hope this is not the unmentionable everyone's talking about now...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 22:54:10  ID:Hps6CwPx.net(5)
Love your expression "オエッ"

I know it's so serious

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 23:06:50  ID:Hps6CwPx.net(5)
FUUUUUUCK! GAIJINS!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 23:15:00  ID:Hps6CwPx.net(5)
Especially white ones!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/08 23:23:25  ID:gWfmK08s.net(2)
If I say Gaijins, it hears very serious,
But, GOD says it funny. Why?
I think G of gaijins and G of God have an important secret.
The Key alphabet in this thread is definitely G.
Most of my hating people are like cockroaches, so they are G, too.
I must solve the mystery of this thread.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 00:27:44  ID:+oMb4Bfm.net(2)
[東+]【中央日報】東アジアに詳しいラッド前豪首相、「慰安婦の事実を受け入れろ、南京虐殺と靖国参拝もだ」と安倍首相を批判[10/08]
別スレッドへのリンク(タイトル情報なし/板)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 08:29:44  ID:C8Jtx+M3.net(4)
I have had a great difficulty in falling asleep, so I've continued to take sleeping pills.
I wish to get over this, but I can't stop bad habits for sound sleep like watching pc monitor until late at night.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 08:37:54  ID:C8Jtx+M3.net(4)
When I tried to pass entrance exams for university and studied hard,
I learned an English phrase "be born with a silver spoon in one's mouth",
which refers to a situation that someone is born to a rich family.
I remember this and I have a question now.
Why "silver" not "gold"???
Gold is more precious and is a suitable word for richness, isn't it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 10:23:43  ID:JzFEifd8.net
Spoon goes well with silver. Colorwise.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 10:49:32  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
Is there gold spoon for common use in the fist place?
Tell me some exotic person?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 12:03:07  ID:yTgYoTYx.net(2)

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 12:20:54  ID:5BbQrvZd.net(5)
It's interesting that the typhoon decided to greet GOD directly. His
hometown was the first it visited on land.

Also, although many people warned me about Nagoya, it's a nice place.
I've not yet found too much miso. In fact, it was difficult to even
find a place that sells miso softcream.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 12:26:20  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
Fuck off you fucker

You're not welcome here

Go back to your fucking country NOW

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 12:37:51  ID:TjmyHDpq!.n
Gold was never common for utensils; silver was quite common amongst the well-to-do.
The poorer classes had to do with pewter (or later, steel or aluminum), although the
common term is still "silverware", regardless of the actual material.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 13:47:18  ID:eaAbBRwL.net(3)
An increasing number of employees are absent from their work because of nervous disorder.
That often results in divorces, I suppose.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 13:56:57  ID:yTgYoTYx.net(2)
I quite my job.
I don't want to be used by others.
I have to stand by myself alone individually.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 14:09:43  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
>138
Youve arrived Japan,right? according to your posting ID.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 14:22:56  ID:eaAbBRwL.net(3)
At least 50 people died in the volcano, while they were enjoying that the leaves of trees turned red or yellow.
Experts couldn't predict the volcano's eruption.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 14:48:02  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>143
He is here to look down on japanese and discriminate against them and then eat pussy since japanese girls are so easy and cheap. Sad but true right?

These make him so happy because he can't do this in his home

Is it just me or feels like he is one of those people who can't get a girl because of the ugly face so they go to Thailand or whatever to get laid by becoming like a sugar daddy? lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 14:59:07  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
>145
You see such easy and cheap women everywhere.
Also you can pick up one of them instantly since you are English speaking Japanese. That kind of guys are very popular with girls, you know.
Don't blame everything on gaijin.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/09 14:59:37  ID:MevvzcRy.net(2)
your sentence is too long to read.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:00:20  ID:eaAbBRwL.net(3)
Parents who received higher education would lead to the disparity between the rich and the poor among their children in this country.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:02:59  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
My point is, I would eat many pussys if I were GOD.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:05:39  ID:MevvzcRy.net(2)
My point is you don't insert? Just eat Pussy?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:09:47  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
Just avoided to use direct word.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:21:38  ID:5BbQrvZd.net(5)
>143
Ah, you're right. I forgot about the way the ID system works.
Right now, Nagoya is my home.

>145
Apparently this GOD isn't all-knowing, all-caring, or all-powerful.
I wouldn't say Japanese girls are easy and cheap. Every country has
a minority of such people.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:21:44  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
Eating pussy is so disgusting
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:25:34  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>152
Whatever

So when will you go back to Britain?
This weekend? ^^ I wish tomorrow ^^

Now I just realized why I've been suffering sore throat because you have been polluting the japanese air!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:27:28  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
>153
You must be a soushoku kei. Are you proud of yourself?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:29:51  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>155
What's wrong with that? I'm so serious pussy is so disgusting!

Can you be horny watching this?
http://i.imgur.com/6ByNkxR.jpg
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:32:39  ID:uz4NCSFE.net
>152
Have a nice stay.
Autumn season is the best time to trip to Japan IMO, not too hot, not too cold and beautiful scenery.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:34:05  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
>156
I'm not talking about bizarre. Don't you want to get your cook eat by your girl?


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:35:32  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:38:16  ID:8h4AR7Le.net(8)
>159
It's probably because of increasing soushokus like you.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:42:54  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
This is also funny!

http://i.imgur.com/Misq9II.jpg

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:43:14  ID:5BbQrvZd.net(5)
>154
You have me for a whole year. I hope you're happy!

>157
Thanks!
The climate is pretty different here! It's really hot still.
Back in my hometown, the highest temperature this week has been about
13C. I think it was 23 here today.

Where would you say the best place for autumn scenery is?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/09 15:54:44  ID:0A8AdT8K.net(2)
>154
Are you pretending to be me? I'm the one who's having sore throat. What are you, trying to make it look like there is more than one gaijin hater? Sorry but your plan failed!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 16:13:52  ID:NNTaxJKv.net(3)
i turned on a heater this morning.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 16:22:19  ID:NNTaxJKv.net(3)
>162
canada

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 16:55:30  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>163
I'm like LOL and WTF at the same time!

Pretending to be you? Who the hell do you think you are?

Are you really believing you are THE only person who has sore throat?! Omg

Don't embarrass yourself anymore....
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:04:35  ID:5BbQrvZd.net(5)
I also have a sore throat... But I think it's because I went out
into the typhoon without an umbrella.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:26:58  ID:0A8AdT8K.net(2)
>166
Calm down you freak! Stop being so agitated all the time.
Ok here's my apology if you didn't meant to do that but if you look at the context, it looks like I'm the same one as >154. I didn't want to be mistaken as a racist who made such a comment. That's all. (wink)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:33:57  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>167
Omg are you still here?

That's called 馬鹿

Now you can add this new japanese word to your very limited japanese vocabulary lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:35:33  ID:2QYQp05m.net(4)
This is the only place for GOD where he can be himself.
If he has to be pretending, it's in his real everyday life.
He may seem to be a gaijin lover in real.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:36:17  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>168
Ew I don't need your fucking disgusting wink

Also I didn't ask your retarded apology too! All you have to is get the fuck out of here and then have sex with your mom lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:38:47  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>170
Who the hell?
Do you know me personally? No you don't.

Unfortunately that's not true I'm not a gaijin hunter
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:41:53  ID:2QYQp05m.net(4)
>172
What is true? Gaijin hater or not?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:47:49  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>173
I'm NOT gaijin lover as you say!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:49:24  ID:NNTaxJKv.net(3)
>170
i think so. he seemed painful while 英吉利人 was not here for few days.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 17:49:53  ID:2QYQp05m.net(4)
>174
Thanks. You're honest, I recognize.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 18:00:55  ID:+6qK7bPu.net(13)
>175
LOL

Maybe the comments I made at the time make look like that way! Lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 18:02:31  ID:2QYQp05m.net(4)
>174
BTW you are in a very bad mood today.
I thought you passed the exam you were aiming at.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 18:06:36  ID:C8Jtx+M3.net(4)
It is irritating to me that every time I open this thread,
an ad of some dating site, showing a handsome man flirting with a beautiful lady
pops up at the bottom right corner.
I have no steadyyyyyyyy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 18:26:48  ID:KQt0P75N.net(3)
>162
Do you plan to live the whole year in Nagoya?
What brought you there, close friends or a new job, if you don't mind
my asking?

Although I visited Nagoya a few times, the latest is last May,
I don't know famous autumn foliage spots. Maybe Gifu prefecture, to the north of
Aichi has lots of famous autumn foliage spots. Aside from autumn foliage, Nagoya
castle is the must-see spot. I also went to JR Nagoya station's twin towers.

Sakae, Nagoya's commercial district has underground shopping streets, as you might know.
When I first visitted Sakae, I thought it was kind of a sleepy town, because I saw less shoppers
than I imagined , but in fact, lots of shoppers were underground. Lots of shoppers there.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 19:26:05  ID:C8Jtx+M3.net(4)
Nana-chan Ningyo statue gracefully stands in front of Meitetsu department store, wearing various kinds of clothes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 19:37:48  ID:KQt0P75N.net(3)
>181
I've seen it but didn't walk past under her.
As a man I couldn't have stopped my impulse to look up to her crotch.
I expect Igirisujin to take a photo of her crotch under between her legs
and upload it so that everyone can see it.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 19:45:31  ID:5BbQrvZd.net(5)
>181
Nana-chan is terrifying!!

>180
A mixture of location and friends, I guess. Last year, I didn't have time
to see Gifu or Mie, and I'd like to see more of Kyoto. As for work, I'm
still doing freelance work for people back in the UK, but I might have a
job or two here too. There are a couple people I know around Nagoya, and
one in particular I'd like to meet again.

Sakae's underground is pretty impressive. I had to visit to escape the rain
on Sunday. Not before I found a Patlabor mecha on a truck, though. I think
it was some anniversary event.
http://i.imgur.com/gPqN7Sn.jpg

Thanks for the information about the viewing spots! I'll probably visit Gifu
sometime next week. I'll take a look around Nagoya Castle too. I'd
not have thought looking there. Apparently we can find miso softcream there too.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 20:35:23  ID:KQt0P75N.net(3)
>183
Thanks for your reply. I hope you'll spend the best time while in Japan.

Found a short video of the event.
http://www.star-ch.jp/patlabor/movie/#episode10

Nagoya I assume is very happy because two of the three winners of this year's nobel prize in physics
are related to universities in Nagoya, Nagoya uni and Meijo uni.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 20:54:33  ID:AhU548rG.net
Gaijin → Foreigner
英吉利人 → British
馬鹿 → fool

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/09 23:06:42  ID:+oMb4Bfm.net(2)
ぱりんこ is so so good!

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 01:37:56  ID:TszMRZQi.net
>184
Thanks for the information!
The animated Patlabor movies are on TV in the UK sometimes, but I
don't know much about it at all.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 03:16:41  ID:gVT6hNDm.net
The terrorist who drove the vehicle laden with explosives into the compound in Yemen perished in the blast.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 09:57:37  ID:arG9Du0a.net
The more often I use calculator, the more badly I can calculate things myself.
The more often I search things with Google, the more badly I can remember things myself.
The more useful tools we invent, the less things we are able to do ourselves.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 11:06:25  ID:n0GcOwYb.net(3)
Kimigayo stopped.
China is shit.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 11:15:11  ID:n0GcOwYb.net(3)
Uchimura smiled wryly.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 15:18:00  ID:wJL1swK4.net(5)
I used to drink 20 cups of coffee a day when I was a teenager and 10 cups or so when I was in my 20's.
I hear that caffeine damages inside of your stomach, but I have never ever felt so.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 15:27:37  ID:wJL1swK4.net(5)
A man living next to my house seems to be a very hard working person and he is an early riser.
He usually bangs the entrance door open and rushes out at 5:30am, the sound of which wakes me up.
And he comes back by banging the door shut almost midnight.
A short sleeper.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 15:30:31  ID:wJL1swK4.net(5)
Oops.
Short sleeper seems not to be a proper english phrase.
How am I supposed to describe him in english, somebody who sleeps only a few hours.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 15:33:33  ID:GT9S9wQO.net
カッコ良く書けたのでうp。
http://i.imgur.com/8yK0vdX.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/pjjENd8.jpg

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 16:02:36  ID:DnZbilyp.net
A Peyangu cho oomori hot n normal yakisoba do u like? Haha I'll eat it now

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 17:16:07  ID:nC8aIDDU.net(3)
>193
A survey showed three of five newly recruited employees thought the Japanese businessmen were workaholics living in small houses.
But two or three years later, young employees have too long working hours with low monthly salaries.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 17:25:02  ID:nC8aIDDU.net(3)
Management emphasize a wage increase is tied in gains in productivity.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 17:27:52  ID:3KgJo1Da.net(3)
I've been drinking cola for one week now! So so refreshing! Love it!

Im addicted to aspartame!!!!

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 17:30:25  ID:nC8aIDDU.net(3)
An economic analyst said higher wage would lead to higher price and vice versa.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 17:32:52  ID:3KgJo1Da.net(3)
I'm eating ビビンバ now! So 不味い....

Why korean food are mostly not palatable?

I only can eat korean BBQ when it comes to their food....

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 18:56:40  ID:3KgJo1Da.net(3)
The usual white gaijin in my gym...

This is bad

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 19:25:33  ID:n95Ve62p.net(2)
>190>191
National anthem of Japan Kimigayo suddenly stopped middle of the song! Ha ha
Chinese officials seem so envy Japanese victories!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 19:29:26  ID:n95Ve62p.net(2)
Some body tried Coka Cola and Mcdnalds foods keep eating three weeks,
result is,that guy had been shaking his body.
What kind of poisons contain Coke and Mcdonald's foods????

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 19:40:20  ID:n0GcOwYb.net(3)
Coke's artificial caramel dye is very harmful.
Mcdonald's foods contain a lot of acrylic amide and trans fat.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 20:43:40  ID:wJL1swK4.net(5)
I remember that I was praised by an English teacher, who is from G.B., when I asked him
what the difference is between tablet and pill.
He said to me, "oh, good question".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 20:45:31  ID:wJL1swK4.net(5)
Just like Japanese, there are a lot of synonyms for English.
perpetual...eternal...everlasting...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 21:30:23  ID:tS+lMw0D.net(2)
Hitokara, Hitori-nabe, Hitori-yakiniku is OK.

But I guess it feels lonely to eat dango dumpling alone.

As they say, it takes two to dango dumpling.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 21:46:07  ID:3+Lj7bu8.net
what do you think about an ossan who eats a parfait alone at a family restaurant?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 21:54:01  ID:u94/bkXa.net(2)
Kodoku no gurume saves such guy I think!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 22:02:02  ID:tS+lMw0D.net(2)
>209
I approach to his table and say, "Is this seat taken?"
Before he answers, I sit next to him and have an waitress bring another spoon.
And eat the parfait together with him.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 22:07:51  ID:u94/bkXa.net(2)
>211
What a perverted......guy you are!
or story of maid cafe?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 22:25:09  ID:QwW40scn.net
>209
I don't care but I would say it's cute

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/10 23:40:12  ID:265JCrDV.net
>22
Below is from my memory.

Automatic ID system one day allocated him a word god.
Then he decided to adopt GOD as his handle name.
(But as you know, kotehans are vulnerable to be attacked.)
Having enjoyed the name for several days, he put off the name.

Still unfortunately for him, his personality is so distinct that we can tell which post is his.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 00:17:05  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
Someone is acting like god knowing everything now

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 06:15:45  ID:34YY9Gz2.net(3)
This is Japan.
Japan don't take monotheism.
You can become a god.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 07:37:02  ID:4E/9E8hx.net(4)
While the rest of the world are fearful of the 天罰.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 08:21:41  ID:4E/9E8hx.net(4)
I heard one story about Axis.
NAZI said we don't fear nothing but God.
Then a Japanese military officer proudly replied, we don't fear even the God.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 09:54:12  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
I'm pooping now and then going to UNIQLO to buy some shirts since some items are cheaper on weekends!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 09:57:07  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
Tell me your today's plans!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 11:11:45  ID:4E/9E8hx.net(4)
I went to a kindergarten and back home now.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 11:18:44  ID:zDdLT/K7.net(2)
Thanks to autumnal, fine, crisp weather, holidaymakers seem to flock to the scenic spots. It is a suitable day for walking, jogging and shopping. For me, I prefer staying at home and enjoy writing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 12:07:04  ID:34YY9Gz2.net(3)
I go to buy some PS2 games to a nearby secondhand store.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 12:18:04  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
>221
It's so fortunate because it's a beautiful day!

>223
You're still playing PS2? PS2 is my childhood....like playing monster hunter...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 12:47:35  ID:4E/9E8hx.net(4)
>224
Yes I was so pleased to see my granddaughter's field day.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 13:05:45  ID:34YY9Gz2.net(3)
>224
Because I am poor.
I like FPS, but PS2 is low specs, so I want PS3.
But "BLACK" is very good FPS game. I enjoyed it very much.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 14:25:16  ID:Vt32GrWB.net
I don't play video games or portable video games in the least these days,
but I like to watch episodes of angry video game nerd on youtube website.
It's so fun.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 15:12:57  ID:zDdLT/K7.net(2)
Concerning about PS/2, it reminds me of "IBM PS/2" which was released in 1987. One of its major operating systems was "PC-DOS".
Compared with the previous pc, "IBM PC AT", "PS/2" adopted the closed architecture to prevent the spread of "clones".

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 16:06:39  ID:2jVRu+HF.net
>220
Today I decided to cook a meal for my sharehouse.

I had to substitute Japanese mushrooms for European mushrooms, and thin
Japanese ham for thicker British ham, but it worked out really well.
Food in Japan is generally cheaper than food in the UK. It's much cheaper
to eat out in Japan than in the UK.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 18:48:12  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
>229
I wasn't asking you....fucker
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 20:24:41  ID:z4qvS0Yw.net
>230
Who and what do you want to ask?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/11 20:32:59  ID:PJnsdMkl.net(6)
today I made some veggie 炒め and シジミ soup for breakfast and made some miso ramen topped with some veggies and made もつ鍋 and 餃子 and 炊き込みごばん for dinner!!!

I like cooking :):):):):)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 00:21:10  ID:oAnEUlwZ.net(3)
>230
Hold your Slim Shady, or else, I'd make you listen to Noriaki's rap
at full volume until you faint.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 00:48:05  ID:oAnEUlwZ.net(3)
Maybe you feel less lonely living in a sharehouse than living in an
apartment. But I can imagine, someone doesn't clean up after they cook in
the kitchen if you don't have strict rules about who's in charge of cleaning and stuff.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 01:39:02  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
>234
Fortunately, everyone takes responsibility, so we don't need strict rules
(yet). Once we finish cooking, we clear up what we used. Actually, in today's
case, one of the housemates decided to clean for me, since I cooked for everyone.
The atmosphere is very good here.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 01:58:20  ID:oAnEUlwZ.net(3)
>235
Great! One Japanese I happened to see on Twitter once tweeted that
he lives in a sharehouse and sees lots of cockroaches in the kitchen.
Because nobody takes care of the kitchen. In his sharehouse, it sounded like
Everybody's business is nobody's business.
Sounds like you get off to a good start living in Japan. :)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 02:14:58  ID:buxuwUdg.net(3)
Massan is very interesting, but completely fiction.
I hear Real Ellei told her grandchild(ren?) not to do international marriage.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 02:23:32  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
>236
Ahh, a couple nights ago, someone mentioned there was a cockroach in
the garage... I've still never seen a live cockroach before.
Additionally, if we feel that a room needs cleaning, we'll clean it
ourselves, or if one of the recycling contains is full, we'll empty
it if we notice it. I think consideration for people we live with is
very important in such an environment, else it doesn't work at all.

>237
One of my housemates watches that religiously, every day. She was mad
at the typhoon last Sunday, because the news forced it to be rescheduled.
When I asked her about Masataka Taketsuru, she didn't know who I was
talking about. I didn't realise they fictionalised all the names!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 02:46:18  ID:buxuwUdg.net(3)
>238
You know the real name of Massan! Wow!

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 03:05:39  ID:cq8oWfzh!.n
The worst part of living in shared houses is when people borrow your things from the common areas
and you never see them again.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 07:53:36  ID:9jvAwnns.net(2)
>240
I'd like to ask a question as a learner of English since I don't know well the usage of "borrow".
Can we use the word when not knowing who borrowed it?
In japanese, I would say 持って行く for that.

Or is it ironic expression of stolen case?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 08:44:47  ID:0Wf5gX6P.net(3)
Another horrible typhoon is approaching...
I need to go out shopping to secure foods and drinks for a couple of days...
I hope no disaster will happen this time.
I don't like a word casualties.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 08:56:02  ID:0Wf5gX6P.net(3)
An article in a magazine SPA! introduces dabbing hot water at your eyelids
instead of putting in eye drops many times a day as one way of keeping you in a good condition.
So I tried it and found out it's good.
Say goodbye to a bad habit and misuse of eye drops even though it's cool and refreshing.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 09:47:54  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
>242
Please remember to stock up on croquettes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 09:59:08  ID:594ZRfMT.net(2)
Hopefully the horrible typhoon will disappear soon with THAT gaijin....:
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 11:56:20  ID:0Wf5gX6P.net(3)
>244
I went out to a supermarket before I read your post...and came back home a while ago.
I bought boil-in-bag curry in bulk to survive the upcoming gush and heavy rain.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 12:09:30  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
>245
Yes, I also hope it will take Debito Arudou with it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 12:27:41  ID:buxuwUdg.net(3)
Wait! Debito now lives in Canada!
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 12:50:57  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
>248
I guess another typhoon beat Vongfong already.
I didn't realise that Arudou had given up already.
Somehow, GOD reminds me of him.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 13:05:57  ID:594ZRfMT.net(2)
>249
Omg you're still in Japan?

You'd better go back to home before the huge typhoon comes here!

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 13:28:31  ID:ZGniWXui.net(6)
You see? Loud, but ineffective.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 14:12:44  ID:kpK9kfC1.net(2)
I'm so tired now taking a break at McDonald's eating イカスミ burglar!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 16:50:20  ID:rk9F7d8E.net
イカスミ "burglar"
wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 16:54:32  ID:kpK9kfC1.net(2)
My bad the retarded spell checker did that!

I know I was misspelling in the first place!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 17:01:56  ID:9jvAwnns.net(2)
>252
I've got interested in the stuff to see a big poster standing in front of a mac.
I'll take that sometime but a little hesitate to enter the shop because Mac is notorious in Japan for serving shitty food.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 17:11:53  ID:sOxgEwoh.net(2)
Is there any premium, first class burger shop in Japan?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 17:16:05  ID:7f5uK7dQ.net(2)
Burglar is correct,McDonalds foods really steal your longevity.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 17:20:58  ID:7f5uK7dQ.net(2)
>114
I really appreciate for your link.
Since I stop taking Acesulfame K,I never felt dizziness.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 17:44:07  ID:NIMw4xV1.net
>255
It was okay but I will never repurchase it! Big Mac is so much better as far as I'm concerned.

Although I'm aware the foods McDonald provides are shitty, they are so addictive like French fries!

I guess they put some special chemicals in the oil....

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 18:08:47  ID:sOxgEwoh.net(2)
The streets around my house are almost deserted and it is very quiet.
Only a few motorbikes roar by from time to time.
When I was young, many children used to play outside even after sunset,
and my town was filled with their cheers...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/12 19:17:17  ID:M9Kx8sVR.net
Today's children play video games, portable devices like DS....so they don't play outside its good and bad at the same time

Today I saw some kids playing DS while walking! I found it so dangerous and even their parents let them do this!

Stupid parents and stupid kids
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 02:23:56  ID:8p+j/D2d!.n(2)
>241
Normally you would say "took" or "stole" instead of 借りる, yes.
In my particular case, what disappeared were some plates I kept in the kitchen. They weren't
expensive, maybe 1000円 each. I left them in the kitchen all the time so everybody could use
them, so weren't a lot of good reasons to steal them. Even though they were gone, I still
thought they would be back at some point. I bet somebody used and broke them.

There is also the colloquialism of "Can I borrow some [small cheap consumable item]", where it's
expected that you will have to return the favor at some point. (e.g. "Can I borrow your laundry
detergent?")
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 02:31:42  ID:8p+j/D2d!.n(2)
>256
There's a lot in Tokyo. Check 食べログ. I liked Fire House in 本郷三丁目.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 04:15:43  ID:qu+RYQ1U.net(3)
>262
Thank you for the kind answer.
I understand completely.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 04:19:14  ID:4MkN3Mor.net(5)
Is it just me or I'm always kinda excited when huge tycoons come?!

Today it will be rainy all day so I'm gonna watch tv all day

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 04:50:23  ID:qu+RYQ1U.net(3)
I thank all the people who have to work outside in the typhoon.
They guard our lives literally.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 05:16:15  ID:4MkN3Mor.net(5)
I'm going to 7/11 now and then buy some snacks and watch TV

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:34:35  ID:Tx2qjZzV.net
We've been discovered by 4ch!
Quick, take cover
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:38:52  ID:EQh/2di3!.n
>268
How know this?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:39:07  ID:A9DCbK03!.n
I hate this thread's intro.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:46:32  ID:Ua9TkWz0!.n
>269
That person is obviously a 糞害人

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4chanさん[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:56:42  ID:Nav5UE2g!.n
Hello
I am here for your kawaii japanese girls
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 06:57:55  ID:qQCCQ69f!.n
>272
get back in the DJT you fuck

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 07:04:54  ID:4MkN3Mor.net(5)
So many gaijins....ew

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 07:39:24  ID:qu+RYQ1U.net(3)
>272
Unfortunately, I've never seen such kind of persons here.
This is a place mainly for Japanese jiisan, ossan, and boys.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 08:29:37  ID:NBElPRhZ.net(3)
The typhoon seems to have weakened more than I had expected.

>261
I'm sure that those parents use portable devices like smart phones as they walk or ride on a bicycle.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 08:40:36  ID:BrwvWzDM.net(2)
Today is day off here in Japan, right ? How are you doing ?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 09:02:46  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
Fine, thanks.
Lots of rain is expected. With or without the typhoon, I guard my home as usual.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 09:18:15  ID:BrwvWzDM.net(2)
>278
How do you guard your house ?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 09:26:29  ID:NBElPRhZ.net(3)
Policemen can tell a person who has a connection with underworld by his face or behavior, can't they?
Smuggler, drug dealer or hit-man etc.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 09:31:56  ID:NBElPRhZ.net(3)
Falling in love and having a romantic relationship with someone in your real life
would do you more good than reading one hundred romance novels or watching one hundred romance movies...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 09:41:30  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
>279
Just staying at home keeps burglers away.
Some people call that kind of person a Neet or a poo manufacturing machine.

>280
I don't know about policemen, but it's very difficult for ordinary people
to distinguish them. Yakuza in movies look very scary, but they sometimes look
like just office workers in the real life. The man sitting next to you on the train could be
a Yakuza.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 11:38:57  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
Kudokai is currently one of the most violent yakuza, which is lacated
in Kyushu. The secretay general of Kudokai looks nothing but an
oridinary business man. http://blog-imgs-44.fc2.com/n/e/w/news020/10s425582.jpg

Already retired head of Gotogumi looks just a man next door.
http://tarzan007.cocolog-nifty.com/photos/uncategorized/2010/07/20/photo.jpg

Who can imagine he was the one of the most violen Yakuza in Kanto region back then.
The film director Juzo Itami is said to have killed himself by jumping from a
building or roof top. But the fact is Gotogumi killed him because the film
director depicted Yakuza in kind of a humorous way in his film and Goto
gumi got furious and didn't tolerate it.

One of the member of Gotogumi put a gunpoint on the directors head and
said he can choose either to jump off or to be shot at the head. If he chose to
be shot at the head, he would have been dead instantly, but jumping off could have saved his
life if he was lucky so he jumped off, but the chance of survive was almost zero after all and
he died crashing to the ground.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 12:51:13  ID:f8A2J1kU.net(2)
>283
they are obviously yakuza
I realized it at a glance.
it easy to know they are yakuza.
their faces, their hairstyles, their clothes , their eyes, everything tell they are yakuza.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:00:12  ID:FDGzoEJh.net(2)
I don't like a person, who said "My grandfather is a yakuza."
He probably wanted to stand up on me.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:12:33  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
>284
Then you don't find yourself in trouble with Yakuza on the train.
Congrats.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:16:03  ID:im8T8Iq4.net(2)
>284
i heard the dude had been killed by the religious cult "Soka Gakkai."
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:17:07  ID:im8T8Iq4.net(2)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:25:08  ID:f8A2J1kU.net(2)
I used to work as illegal money lender (so-called "loan shark" ) for yakuza
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:34:47  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
>287
I didn't know if Soka Gakkai was involved with Juzo Itami's death, so
I googled and found out that Gotogumi had some kind of relationship with Soka Gakkai.

Do you know Jake Adelstein (ジェイク・エーデルスタイン)? He is a former Yomiuri Shinbun reporter
and knows a lot about Japanese Yakuza.

http://cpj.org/blog/2010/02/erase-it-or-be-erased-life-on-a-...
The below is an excerpt from the article above.

In Tokyo Vice, Adelstein’s source tells him the story of Japanese director Juzo Itami, whose 1992 film Minbo no onna satirized organized crime.
Itami was apparently planning a new movie about Goto's yakuza faction and its relationship with the religious group Soka Gakkai.

“Goto wasn’t happy about that,” Adelstein’s source told him. “A gang of five of his people grabbed Itami and made him jump off a rooftop at gunpoint.
That’s how he committed suicide.”

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:43:47  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
"Tokyo Vice" is a book Jake Adelstein wrote based on his experiences
as a Yomiuri newspaper's reporter. The book will become a movie.

Another source (http://therumpus.net/2012/11/the-rumpus-interview-with-jake-adelst...)
The below is an excerpt from the article above.

Adelstein: What happened—and I have this from a source who would know—is that a Goto-gumi member named Mikuni,
maybe with one other accomplice, took Itami up to the top of the building, pointed a gun in his face, and said,
“You either jump or we’ll blow your brains out. If you jump, you might live.” So he jumped. Didn’t live.
Of course, if you do an autopsy on someone who jumps from a building, all you’re going to find is that they died from jumping off the building.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:50:50  ID:OD6ULSXl.net
Too much of garbage are around. Get a life.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 13:56:23  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry potter) is expected to play Jake Adelstein
in the movie "Tokyo Vice."

>289
front企業?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 14:16:56  ID:c21FLH94.net
>293
no. it's not business. it's just a crime.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 14:34:03  ID:Y4GSt2Y1.net(8)
I see.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 17:42:56  ID:4MkN3Mor.net(5)
I went to dermatologist today
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 19:20:44  ID:6pbejQMT.net(2)
typoon had passed

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/13 19:23:53  ID:qbq24gQR!.n
I've misread that as "type moon has passed".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 19:25:53  ID:6pbejQMT.net(2)
oh i got a spelling miss ww

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 19:50:42  ID:1FQXuLHL.net(2)
Wow,today's theme is 893lollol

>256
Wendy's Hamburgers are not enough?
http://wendys.co.jp/
Reconstructed Wendy's Japan,only two shops in Tokyo lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 20:01:43  ID:1FQXuLHL.net(2)
>296
I learned the word "dermatologist"when Michael Jackson's death.
hope you safely return from hospital.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 21:27:13  ID:4MkN3Mor.net(5)
>301
Thanks! I got my moles on face removed there

Drinking sparkling water in public makes me look so cool right?

I love Perrier!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 23:00:13  ID:FDGzoEJh.net(2)
I am shoked at a fact that the representative of Billboard is an American of Korean ancestry.
Korean have a power easily to get everything.
Korean are very strategic.
Korean always think how they damage Japanese,
so Japanese always have to think how we protect us from them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 23:46:43  ID:D3NPPuNx.net(2)
>302
Drinking ストロングチューハイ,then scattering it for mob,like an advertisement,
you look more cool! joke

French sparkling waters,such like Perrier Evian etc are far far better than Wilkinson!
Why Wilkinson is so terrible?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/13 23:48:00  ID:D3NPPuNx.net(2)
Oops,Evian is not sparkling water.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 07:59:45  ID:izVW/SdK.net(5)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 09:25:19  ID:sEF+6/zo.net(2)
Those japanese people have done many things and greatly contributed to our society.
I don't think you should make fun of them.....


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 13:05:11  ID:sEF+6/zo.net(2)
The wind is still strong.
It blows violently.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/14 14:03:43  ID:gkmVkaZr.net
whazzap?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 15:03:48  ID:aIUCedbi.net
tomorrw i will go to Tokyo by plane
i expect good weather after the typoon
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 17:17:11  ID:fI1hp+9g.net(5)
I feel sorry to say that it will rain in Tokyo tomorrow according to the weather forecast.....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 17:47:07  ID:uifFP30d!.n(2)
>310
It's typhoon, not typoon.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 17:49:49  ID:xDwiZAh8.net
I want to have sex! What should I do?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 18:19:27  ID:F7SxDsSm.net(2)
I want to do, too.
What should we do?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 18:26:36  ID:fI1hp+9g.net(5)
パトラッシュ, I'm tired now.
I've come across so many hardships that I am devastated and exhausted.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 18:27:01  ID:F7SxDsSm.net(2)
Can you go to the thirteenth platform in Ueno station?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 18:36:38  ID:DgKyJxjB.net
No. Sorry!

I think I should have sex alone using my favorite TENGA-chan!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 19:06:25  ID:tqO0OecV.net
I regret to inform you that it is not sex.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 19:12:35  ID:IT94bssH.net
>311
really?
i must bring a unbrella ,dont forget 忘れないように傘をもっていかねば 違うかな?w
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 19:44:30  ID:camoGNM/.net(2)
>319
Do you konow what the difference between the verb carry and bring?

Totally, Ican't understand what you say.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 20:17:49  ID:camoGNM/.net(2)
I made a typing error. know i/o konow.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 21:33:18  ID:SBw5+vpw.net(2)
carry or bring?
It seems use carry or take for it,is correct.
http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/%E5%82%98%E3%82%92%E6%8C%81%E3%81%A3%...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 21:55:47  ID:SBw5+vpw.net(2)
>313 314 317
BBBBBuy these products he he he
http://www.orient-doll.com/dolls/
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:10:46  ID:fI1hp+9g.net(5)
A bunch of long stiff leaves stick out of a gray plastic vase set in my room and they grow more and more.
Wonder how you call this plant and how tall they will grow eventually.
I'm concerned that the time comes when I have to get rid of this.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:17:44  ID:fI1hp+9g.net(5)
Every time I see a couple, a man and a woman, riding on a car,
I notice that the man almost always gets behind the wheel and the woman sits next to him.
I can't remember the last time a woman drives a car.
Why this?
Are men are basically better at driving cars from a biological viewpoint?
Or is this just a cultural issue?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:23:07  ID:izVW/SdK.net(5)
>323
They are pretty expensive lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:27:12  ID:fI1hp+9g.net(5)
Recruit Holdings Co. will be a listing company in Tokyo securities market the day after tomorrow
and many people have made a fuss about that...
What does this company do this for??
Do they really need money from the market??

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:28:13  ID:uifFP30d!.n(2)
In Europe I have seen about 50/50 ratio between male/female drivers, except for trucks. Those are mostly men.
The stereotype of women being bad at driving is present though.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:42:30  ID:eVF57qLj.net(2)
My wife is mostly the driver and I sit at the back seat.
It's a pleasure.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:47:05  ID:izVW/SdK.net(5)
Old people like in 40s 50s 60s are so bad at driving so dangerous
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:47:32  ID:ysdWJIpO.net(3)
i feel females driving ability is not well

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:49:35  ID:ysdWJIpO.net(3)
there are many accident cause by elder drivers
it increase recently

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:57:27  ID:izVW/SdK.net(5)
Older people like over 50s should return their drivers licenses....

I got involved in traffic accidents caused by 50s oyajis TWO times!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 22:58:47  ID:izVW/SdK.net(5)
2重書き込みのため表示しません 内容を確認する

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 23:13:37  ID:eVF57qLj.net(2)
>330
Most of taxi drivers are in the bracket. Do you know why?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/14 23:36:20  ID:ysdWJIpO.net(3)

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 00:16:48  ID:OP3M4gyf.net(2)
Consumed, he came home very weary and sad while complaining about the low wages.
His company is on the verge of bankruptcy.
I implicitly tried to talk him to quit the job, but in vain.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/15 00:38:52  ID:+C+O1Cw/.net
Hey guys! What's news?

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 03:30:09  ID:OP3M4gyf.net(2)
The thorny problem of IS seems to be a stumbling block in the effort to bring about peace in the Middle East.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 06:59:12  ID:PTuTNgjZ.net
And I'm sure my wife can be a good taxi driver.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 08:22:07  ID:1KUUMZ7F.net(2)
i had worked as a taxi driver in oosaka for 3years

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 08:36:29  ID:Thw4xERc.net(4)
I have a DVD of Taxi Driver starring Robert De Niro, but haven't watched it yet.
It's been about 40 years since this famous masterpiece was first released in the USA.
Long, long ago.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 08:56:32  ID:1KUUMZ7F.net(2)
i know it ! i watched its movie any time !
very impressive movie
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 08:59:10  ID:Thw4xERc.net(4)
>323
Japanese people seem to be able to put too much energy into details.
By research and development and inventing more sophisticated artificial lady dolls,
the company gets unpopular guys to purchase their products instead of trying to talk to real ladies
and it might promote 少子高齢化社会 in the end.....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 09:04:44  ID:Thw4xERc.net(4)
>343
Really?
I just made up my mind to watch the DVD by the end of this year.
Young Jody Foster seems to play some roll too.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 09:18:07  ID:Thw4xERc.net(4)
These day, most Japanese people carry smartphones with them
and in many cases, the phones are equipped with some software that enables them to take photos silently and secretly.
So you need to think very carefully how you behave or how you're dressed in public places
as anybody might secretly take pictures of you and posted them on websites against your wills.
I think that this trend is slightly crazy, but you can't stop it anymore.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/15 09:43:49  ID:Dgh53tRe!.n(2)
Insomnia is terrible. Terrible!
>344 I think there is a better way. Why not take real ladies and cover their
surface with a robot that looks attractive to men. That way you get the
brains and the beauty. And females get the male attention. Sorted.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/15 09:45:55  ID:Dgh53tRe!.n(2)
I mean like a an exoskeleton robot, not a full one.
Females wear it like a body suit. That is the future I tell ya.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 12:27:24  ID:haoKk6lY.net(3)
It's been a while! Kame whore!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 12:50:22  ID:UCXUBdbR.net(3)
Do you like kimuchi?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 12:53:23  ID:haoKk6lY.net(3)
No it's stinky and tastes really bad

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 13:06:42  ID:UCXUBdbR.net(3)
You should apologize to me!<丶`∀´>kkkkk
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/15 15:47:15  ID:D33cor1A.net(2)
When you wake up in the morning, when you felt bad, that's a sign of something wrong in the economy.
We eat daily diet from the famous company's. The point I have to tell ya is deal with Russia.

You don't have to apologize to me. Just you can't have a time to eat rotten food.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/15 15:57:58  ID:D33cor1A.net(2)
Insomnia is a sign of something wrong. take your medication.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 16:48:23  ID:haoKk6lY.net(3)
>352
You are so called 在日?

If so, ew

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 19:59:38  ID:UCXUBdbR.net(3)
I am very sorry.
I pretended.
I apologize to you.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 20:54:30  ID:Bme1drWU.net
i have arrived in Tokyo !
now staying cheep hotel
various kind of foreigners are staying in this hotel!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 21:07:24  ID:4pW4v6pk.net(2)
>357
Be careful!
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 21:19:33  ID:LpjtZM+6.net
South Korea and China made account of the Japanese school textbook issue in the 1980s, despite the normalization with Japan.
They emphasized that Japan had to apologize to them for Japan's past conducts in their countries.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/15 22:16:12  ID:4pW4v6pk.net(2)
Is it rude to call Australian Austkorean?

I found out the white gaijin at my gym is austkorean!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 03:44:22  ID:SA9CYlpN.net
Don't Korea!
What a useful word!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 07:55:23  ID:XBbex1da.net(2)
>358
cheep hotel is very noisy
i cant sleep enough hhhhh
but now my feeling is not bad
i like Tokyo !
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 08:00:19  ID:oM94rSwA.net(2)
>362
Aw you're so cute

Where are you originally from?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 08:35:31  ID:XBbex1da.net(2)
>363
its secret hh

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 09:14:39  ID:QkJ7YQxu.net
Comparatively weaker Japanese yen is going to have a positive effect on Japanese economy, isn't it?
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 10:27:09  ID:5YVcSbW9.net(2)
The export-oriented small and medium companies earned benefits due to plunging of the yen despite the operation of the factory overseas by big enterprises.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/16 12:02:14  ID:H7k/kxeo.net(2)
>365 YEN shouldn't be so expensive init? the problem is investers are leaving from the Japanese market.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/16 14:06:42  ID:H7k/kxeo.net(2)
In a short term, wasn't a bubble at all yet.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 17:03:23  ID:oM94rSwA.net(2)
So so peaceful in this thread

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 18:02:58  ID:gFRMLp/H.net
I want to get a white girl but how do I do this?

I love white youtubers in Japan such as ミカエラ
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 19:05:26  ID:5YVcSbW9.net(2)
Stagnant car sales in South Korea affect their trade with the United States. They say that the new model SUV will attract young customers in the US.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 20:52:49  ID:OCmnSRci.net
today i went to the Ueno zoo
I met panda . its my first experiense in my life.
many foreigners had visited ueno zoo !

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 21:34:02  ID:dbsiKTTa.net
I suppose that South Korea may lag behind and Japan and Germany in the field of the development of fuel-efficient compact cars.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/16 22:15:58  ID:MppZTNuP.net
Oh, I am a boy.

This is a pen.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 02:19:46  ID:a//FMP7e!.n
>370
Most of the white women I knew in Japan had an awful time finding dates. Japanese
men were often scared by them, or could not take their lack of deference. Or the
women wouldn't put up with the men's blatant sexism.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 02:24:45  ID:PdUfv1rn.net(4)
>375
Long legs are fine but log waist is awful.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 02:41:28  ID:PdUfv1rn.net(4)
>365
It naturally leads our national debts to soaring.
It's a matter of well balancing.
Unless we Japanese people gain profits from economic thriving, the weaker yen becomes a nightmare.

Do you think the economy is getting improved and you are enjoying it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 02:53:58  ID:PdUfv1rn.net(4)
>374
Another boy is coming to write on this thread.
Hey, teach us the true history!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 05:01:17  ID:gy5pv4ty.net(2)
Don't Korea once a day!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 05:10:35  ID:gy5pv4ty.net(2)
Say "Don't Korea!" once a day!
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 05:25:23  ID:oUWZP84o.net
An executive of Daimler says, the new model sports coupe, "S-Class Coupe", due out this autumn, will certainly arouse the rich people's interest.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 07:02:06  ID:PdUfv1rn.net(4)
>380
I mean Japanese boys, including the logical one.
These days in Japan, to be strange enough, they say boys know history more than orders do.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 07:58:53  ID:hdDT7FNE.net(2)
Don't korea!!!!!!!
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 11:20:41  ID:9cTYzXzT.net(4)
The two countries seemed to move close to a diplomatic break in a row over the abduction issues.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 11:40:49  ID:9cTYzXzT.net(4)
A search party rushed to the scene to find the missing after the eruption of the volcano had occurred.
But the awful situation on the top of the mountain made them give up the investigation.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:40:36  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
NO WAY 

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:44:04  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
>380 >383
I mean, no way to say such a thing. Just please don't care the peninsula.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:48:24  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)
>387
Don't Korea!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:48:43  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
what's the meaning of a high exchange rate of the yen?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:50:57  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
>388 hey chon. chin chon chan or whatever
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:54:03  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)
>390
Hey jap!

Don't jap! Lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:57:57  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
Korea is a highly NG word in any thread. When someone say about Korea,
It's a sign of yellow in economy crisis. So stop saying about Korea. right?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 12:58:40  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 13:00:27  ID:9cTYzXzT.net(4)
The sharp appreciation of the yen is hampering the nation's economic recovery.
To get rid of the trend is expanding the domestic demand.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 13:00:35  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
Let's talk in English

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 13:12:37  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 15:11:38  ID:9cTYzXzT.net(4)
The Japanese government survey shows that the electricity consumed in the factories decreased compared with the same period last year partly due to the development of private power generation.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 15:49:32  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
it matters. it screwed some on today's market. maybe it was because of a climate change of coldness.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 16:02:45  ID:rd33wyDA.net(3)
Students in Hong Kong have repeatedly demanded that the government reconsider the election system, but the government forced the students to give up their last-ditch attempts.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/17 16:29:42  ID:V/wLVoyu.net(9)
>396 Don't Koreaって不正するなって意味なのね。流行ってるの?
「韓国するな=不正するな」って意味?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 16:55:46  ID:hdDT7FNE.net(2)
>400
Yes that's true

But English please?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 17:02:23  ID:7ACGA05d.net(5)
I feel bored with shape of USB flash memory.
It's always a flat, thin and small stick.
When you push one side, a silver metal (connection part) sticks out from the other side...boring.
Do you know any fancy or funny type?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 17:20:53  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)
I wish my USB is a huge black cock shape since I love huge ones but I guess it's difficult to use

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 17:23:52  ID:7ACGA05d.net(5)
Japanese TV anime program Akuma-No-Riddle consists of twelve episodes
and each episode has its own original ending theme song.
Wow, twelve songs are different from one another.
Way to go, the composers.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 17:36:28  ID:7ACGA05d.net(5)
I believe a lot of people know who wrote the following poem,
but I'm sure few people know its title....

The heights by great men reached and kept
were not attained by sudden flight,
but they, while their companions slept,
were toiling upward in the night.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 18:52:46  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)
Fuck!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 19:56:16  ID:YRGFXwaq.net

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 20:23:32  ID:ptQnZfSl.net(2)
trains in tokyo is very clowded
it make me surprise!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 20:41:54  ID:+u/tYNPD.net(6)
>407
I'm not into that kind of thing but you are?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 20:51:30  ID:7ACGA05d.net(5)
>408
Trains arrive at a station every couple of minutes and what surprises you is most of the trains are crowded.
What surprised me when I visited ラーメン村 in Asahikawa city in Hokkaido is that
I had to wait for the next train to come for about 1 hour or 2 hours even though it's a daytime.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 21:18:53  ID:ptQnZfSl.net(2)
>410
i got a same experience 2years ago in Wakasa Fukui district
there are only two trains in the morning
i waited in the station for 3 hours
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 21:50:33  ID:rd33wyDA.net(3)
Supermarkets raised prices of commodities such as foods, daily necessities and so on in line with the new consumption tax this year.
Many households complain about introducing the new tax system.
Public support for the Prime Minister is waning.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 22:10:31  ID:rd33wyDA.net(3)
Japan should get rid of the current political turmoil to enlist public support for conservative politicians.
The opposition parties called on the controversial ministers to step down.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/17 22:54:00  ID:7ACGA05d.net(5)
>411
ha ha ha!
I can go from my house (Tokyo) to Wakkanai city within three hours.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 02:03:19  ID:wFc0Hy5r.net(2)
TEST

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 02:09:28  ID:wFc0Hy5r.net(2)
It's a good study to search Don't Korea once.
I recommend to see hosyusokuhou. It's a good study.
Don't Korea seems a trend word in the United states.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 04:37:16  ID:k6HzijvG!.n(2)
訓令式 almost always confuses non-Japanese speakers. Why the government likes it, I don't know.
Nobody in the west can pronounce funassyi properly! ワープロ is usually better understood.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 05:42:46  ID:6CLAYRsy.net
>417
For me, I look back on the days of "the ages of WORDSTAR" with a kind of wistfulness.
Even now, I use "Diamond Cursor" by installing "Key Macro" in "Microsoft Word 2013".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 09:26:25  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
>417
Oh my! You can't pronounce ふナッシー?


Lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 12:30:03  ID:ufGQxW8M.net(5)
>417
It's almost like ネッシー, a English word.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 12:48:07  ID:G5P8HxVP.net(5)
After a high school girl passes me by, a good smell follows her and the smell makes me a bit happy.
Here, I don't mean to be a pervert...
They mustn't have put on any perfume but why do they scatter such a good smell?
Some sort of hormone only the young can possess?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 13:19:38  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
>421
I think it's because it's a detergent

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 14:23:53  ID:k6HzijvG!.n(2)
>419
Well, of course _I_ can pronounce it, since I know what 訓令式 is. (It's not even commonly taught in
Japanese classes in the US.) If I didn't know, I'd pronounce it something like フナッセィヤィ.
The main reason I know about 訓令式 is that I went to see ぐしゃ人間 at 池袋手刀 a couple of years ago;
when they asked me which band I was there to see, I pronounced it like "guus'ya" instead of "gusha" and
they couldn't figure out who the hell I was talking about.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 15:27:06  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
>423
What the hell are you talking about?

What the hell is 訓練式 in the first place?

But I heard this somewhere before that gaijins in general have problems with pronouncing small つ like "っ"
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 15:28:49  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
Oops I didn't read it obviously

It's 訓令式 not 訓練式 lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 15:41:09  ID:85mMR7a8.net(4)
Many Korean appears on Massan.
For example, ちすん、しるさ、others regarded as Korean.
The playwright also wrote パッチギ.
I am very shocked. I stopped watching.
NHK always does Korea.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 15:50:51  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
Oh I totally forgot saying this today!


Don't korea!!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 15:57:03  ID:85mMR7a8.net(4)
I am very shocked Japan is not only for Japanese people.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 16:53:06  ID:mTX81KnA.net(2)
>424
Gaijins can't pronounce Japanese properly for shit, despite they love to make fun of Japanese "engrish".
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 17:36:05  ID:ufGQxW8M.net(5)
I am very shocked lately English is spoken everywhere.
Borderless world, isn't it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 17:37:58  ID:EMgfiRRJ.net
I'm a little bored and tired of study. No matter how much I study, I can't feel that my English is improving well. Damn shit.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 18:37:27  ID:a3hhFOZo.net(6)
>429
Well said enough!

Gaijins are so uzai!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 18:54:54  ID:G5P8HxVP.net(5)
From my experience, all I can say is that it is important to continue studying English without ever giving up
even when you can't feel your English has been improved at all.....
The time comes all of a sudden when you feel you've made a great progress in English skills
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:18:16  ID:1wJw+dCl.net(2)
>433 that's not English-English though. In Britain, it is considered Australian English or something.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:22:01  ID:1wJw+dCl.net(2)
>433 just said about Asia. Thank you, but not informative English at all.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:32:21  ID:G5P8HxVP.net(5)
Halloween is approaching and you can see jack-o'-lanterns in your daily life.
The shape of the eyes and noses is always triangular, but is it a must?
American people don't regard pumpkins with square eyes (or oval eyes) cut out as jack-o'-lanterns?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:39:38  ID:G5P8HxVP.net(5)
When I come home, I take off my shoes, crush up several pieces of newspaper and put them into my shoes.
I do that as I was told to do so by my mother when I was a child and I haven't thought about why I should do that.
Has it been proved that what I do is effective from a scientific point of view?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:48:02  ID:G5P8HxVP.net(5)
For a long long time, there has existed an argument that capital punishment should be conducted in Japan or not.
One lawyer, who worked at the supreme court, once said that he was totally against the death penalty
because you can't do anything anymore when you made a wrong judgment and put an innocent person into death...

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 19:51:34  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
I have Engrish fetish. When cute japanese guys speak Engrish
my heart goes doki doki. I want to scream cute! and hug the person.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 20:20:13  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
>439
How about ugly ones?

You go like oe oe?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 21:09:12  ID:mTX81KnA.net(2)
>432
I know right?
The gaijins always shut their eyes to their own shortcomings.

>439
You have a paraphilia. Reported.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 21:14:24  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
I'm eating ぱりんこ and limited pocky! So yummy!

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/18 21:56:39  ID:VkE6pFck.net
Japanese auto manufacturers (SUZUKI, MITSUBISHI, HONDA, NISSAN) plan to ship their cars made by their affiliates in other countries back to Japan.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 21:59:56  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
>440 I will also hug them. They will shout" I can't breathe!"
Aw, sorry, I will say. And let them go.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 22:00:40  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
>441 People say I am dangerous. I say they haven't lived.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 22:41:18  ID:P8KIe9xf.net
why only japanese?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 22:51:36  ID:ufGQxW8M.net(5)
>444
I'm getting confused whether you love KAME chan or whole Japan?

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:20:59  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
I love the whole of Japan. I have a very strong emotional attachnment.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:34:29  ID:4z1hxDHS.net(3)
>440
Ugly ones? Are you talking about South Korean President and her sex slave?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:36:29  ID:4z1hxDHS.net(3)
>448
No kidding. I'm a part of Japan.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:37:29  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
See? Now it's official that Austkoreans are racists!!!!!

Australian university suspends academic for email racism

http://m.bbc.com/news/world-australia-29655458

I think all Austkoreans need to go back to their fucking ancestors lands and leave aborigines alone!!!

You freaking criminals offsprings!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:39:10  ID:ufGQxW8M.net(5)
>448
So you love me as well.
I feel lucky today, thanks.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:39:53  ID:85mMR7a8.net(4)
Japan has already been only for Japanese.
"Whole" is, that is to say, that you love the Japan who is inveded by Korean from the inside and the outside?
Do you know Japan's important posts like the president of the Japanese film( who is Korean) continue to be taken from Japanese by Korean?
I don't like such Japan.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:40:16  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
>449
Oh they are also ugly too!

The reason why so many people in South Korea get plastic surgery is that they used to send beautiful ones to China so many years ago when korea was a tributary country of China

So naturally people with ugly faces only remain in Korea now lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:41:04  ID:85mMR7a8.net(4)
I don't like Japanese movie, drama and many TV programs because a lot of Korean work there.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:41:17  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
I'm really sorry for them!!!

Ugly DNA lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:42:45  ID:4z1hxDHS.net(3)
>456
I do hope you are not Zapanese!
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:43:37  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
It is Ok. The more authentic Japan, the better. A civilisation like no
other. Even a glimpse of your country moves my heart, from so far away.
That must be something.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:47:41  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
>452 I have love to last for the whole planet,
Yes, I love you too.Our life is nothing if we don't have the capability
to love.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:47:49  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
>457
No I'm not relax!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:48:46  ID:njD6xLA0.net(7)
Awwww I love it when KameGirl becomes preachy and enigmatic
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:58:00  ID:ufGQxW8M.net(5)
>461
No you don't.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/18 23:58:23  ID:CdLBrZby!.n(7)
>461 Sorry if I sound preachy. I am sincere.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 06:47:31  ID:On1fbdSQ!.n(2)
>458
What is the essence of "authentic Japan"? (I am genuinely asking.)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 09:11:54  ID:utvwBP1Y.net(3)
Japanese cultures are made by Japanese and Korean collaborations.
Foreigners don't know the truth.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 10:32:55  ID:utvwBP1Y.net(3)
I don't watch Japanese movie because the industry of the Japanese movie is almost Korean's industry.
Foreigners regard it as Japanese culture.
I can't accept it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:41:18  ID:TxS2aOI7.net(2)
Why do people here keep talking about same shit all the time?they don't have brains to come up with something new? Are they zombies? Walking dead?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:42:49  ID:TxS2aOI7.net(2)
I scammed a cute American guy yesterday. Easy hahahaha...
Sometimes I feel a void in my heart ��
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:48:51  ID:utvwBP1Y.net(3)
same?
There are a lot of topics here.
Where are your eyes?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:50:48  ID:o9DMWHGs.net(3)
>465 I can't deny that. Japanese support Korean artists in backstage and vice versa.
And it has been a battle of 唐・新羅VS百済・倭 and 高句麗 sometimes occurred. there are many different kind of roots mixed in the Japanese history.
But, also, it's been a virtue of Tokugawa era continued.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:51:03  ID:WS2voArA.net(4)
>468
What do you mean? You slept with him or something?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:52:15  ID:WS2voArA.net(4)
>468
Please don't use emoji here!

Oh my gosh I have to get a hair cut today! It's seriously a pain in the ass!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 11:55:31  ID:WS2voArA.net(4)
>464
Out of curiosity where do you live?

West coast?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 12:12:23  ID:o9DMWHGs.net(3)
>464 It's a difficult question. Noble of Heian period can be an authentic Japan.
Yamato can be an authentic Japan. A culture and architecture made by people from continents can be an authentic Japan. Samurai can be an authentic Japan.
The battle era castles are built can be an authentic Japan. Tokyo nowadays can be an authentic Japan.
watch TV. You will find which direction each channels want to go.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 12:13:41  ID:o9DMWHGs.net(3)
sorry, were built

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 12:41:42  ID:W4Zmb/1/.net
With four straight victories in the Climax Series, the Hanshin Tigers defeated the Yomiuri Giants. They advanced to the Japan Series, it was the first time in 9 years.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 13:58:01  ID:XVnJ7hHY.net(4)
I'm at MacDonald again!!!! I'm eating something interesting called "きのこリゾットボール" with of course coke zero!!!!

It's not bad but I'll never order this thing again it's a boring taste not my fave
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:15:59  ID:HrUh4nQk.net
>477
Easy way to avoid boring food is not go to Mcdnald
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:20:27  ID:3RWlM6VG.net(4)
>477
You really like coke.
You should apply for some opening position at coca cola japan or pepsico japan.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:27:28  ID:3RWlM6VG.net(4)
I don't intend to hurt or kill anybody but I want to shoot a gun once, pistol..rifle..whatever.
The use of gun is prohibited in japan so should I go to some foreign country to do it?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:39:09  ID:XVnJ7hHY.net(4)
>478
True that! Lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:42:06  ID:XVnJ7hHY.net(4)
>479
No I'm not into those jobs

I can easily drink up one bottle of coke in one day like 1.5 little even 2 litter bottle! It's seriously without a fail!!!!

Yesterday I got this limited coke like lemon taste! Apparently you can get it at only seven eleven! It was okay

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 14:43:16  ID:XVnJ7hHY.net(4)
>480
If I remember correctly, you can do that in Hawaii or korea!

I think I think I should have tried those when I was in Hawaii....

Sounds so fun right?

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 18:21:18  ID:3gUuIKz5!.n(2)
>458 Authentic Japan is the Japan I can detect, that is like no other
country. It is timeless and it is robust against foreign influence.
That is what I like. Although I don't live there, with limited information
and no proper language training, I can still "feel" the unique part of a culture.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/19 18:24:27  ID:3gUuIKz5!.n(2)
>480 One day when I marry my redneck sweetheart, you can come to our home
in West Virginia and we can shoot guns in the mountains.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 18:52:23  ID:On1fbdSQ!.n(2)
>480
If you go to Las Vegas, you can shoot a fully automatic machine gun!
(Full auto mode is a little silly, though; you can go through an entire
magazine in under ten seconds, and the ammunition is usually around $20.)

>473
I live in California, yes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 19:28:57  ID:WS2voArA.net(4)
>486
Will you marry me? I mean fake marriage I want to live in Cali
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 21:34:26  ID:3RWlM6VG.net(4)
>486
Las Vegas would be a good choice for me as I also want to enjoy casino someday.
Around 20 dollars are cheap, by the way.
I hope I will not mistakenly injure myself with the machine gun.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/19 21:45:51  ID:3RWlM6VG.net(4)
I want to know a secret to breaking disposable chopsticks neatly in half.
I frequently end up throwing away the chopsticks, sold usually at supermarket in bulk, as I fail to tear them apart neatly.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 00:43:58  ID:7EPwKJmV.net(2)
>486
californian gay!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 07:02:54  ID:w+bGxb/k.net(2)
>484
Your abstract expression can convince nobody, I'm afraid.
It's like you are just dreaming in the daytime.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 07:11:52  ID:8BMHtY3q!.n(3)
>490
I always thought I got a bit more attention than usual when walking around 二丁目.

>488
While I haven't shot any fully automatic weapons myself, my understanding is that
the recoil is the difficult thing. They would give you at least a little bit of
training - mostly "never ever aim the weapon at anybody, even if you think it's
not loaded" and "never put your finger on the trigger unless you're ready to shoot."
It looks like the all-in-one packages are around $150; search for "vegas automatic
weapons" and you'd get a decent listing. I'd be unsurprised if there were listings
in tourist guidebooks.

>487
I suggest you come visit before marrying some weirdo off the internet. America is
probably not like you expect.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 08:19:17  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
>492
I have been to Hawaii do many times but no the mainland yet

I'm actually so scared to go to the mainland since so many racists there like you

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 08:28:13  ID:o1CvmnTI.net
I think I am not straight. I feel comfortable when I say I am gay.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 08:43:18  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
Good for you!

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 09:12:13  ID:WRqlZqR2!.n
>491 I don't need to convince anyone other than myself so I don't need
your o-pinion.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 09:38:18  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
My left foot aches somehow and I have a difficulty walking around.
I can't go out to take a walk to kill time today.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 10:47:29  ID:okSkKpzj.net(4)
Yesterday was Nagoya Matsuri. It was pretty interesting, celebrating
Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu. I kept bumping
into this guy, who spoke in an old Japanese dialect.

http://i.imgur.com/tv2VkCa.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/1mwAZKa.jpg

As well as the main parade events, the '安倍安倍やまて' parade was kind
of interesting.

http://i.imgur.com/WHGSP74.jpg
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 10:50:38  ID:okSkKpzj.net(4)
Whoops...

✕ 安倍安倍やまて
◯ 安倍安倍やめて

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 11:27:51  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
>498
At Nagoya castle, you can see a group called 戦国武将隊 perform in a funny and interesting way.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 11:52:08  ID:4DkSoYNh.net(2)
hey, イギリス人
Which is easier to read, the before version or the after one?
to me, the before one is easier.

http://hinatawritingschool.hatenablog.com/entry/2014/10/20/050749
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:05:31  ID:vr0X/YQA.net(5)
Nagoya....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:30:22  ID:fzl0+4WU.net
>494
I root for you although I'm a straight.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:32:48  ID:eSJk8za5!.n(2)
/jp/ reporting in!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:36:30  ID:eSJk8za5!.n(2)
How do I become a Japanese?

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:38:09  ID:okSkKpzj.net(4)
>500
Ah, we saw them too. It was pretty interesting, and better than the groups
who dressed as samurai and danced like some kind of boyband.

>501
The before version would definitely be easier understood by most people.
After is more technically written, and more accurate grammatically.

>502
Where is the best place in Japan?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:54:45  ID:vr0X/YQA.net(5)
>506
Kanagawa

I love 湘南 and 横浜 and 鎌倉
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 12:58:23  ID:vr0X/YQA.net(5)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 13:07:59  ID:4DkSoYNh.net(2)
>506
thank you. take care not to catch ebola.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 13:37:52  ID:okSkKpzj.net(4)
>507
Ah, I haven't actually been to Yokohama, but Kamakura is definitely
a beautiful place.

>509
Thank you. I'll do my best not to. Likewise, please stay away from
bubonic plague.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/20 13:42:45  ID:tddYDt5p.net
The Prime Minister seems to be irritated by the resignations of his appointed female cabinet ministers.
He emphasized that female workers should play an important role.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 14:04:20  ID:7EPwKJmV.net(2)
i think this thread increased the rate of native speakers.
and become sound thread compared than before.
why?
i think 2ch had been regulated abroad hosts but Jim-san eliminated it ?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 16:05:36  ID:6SYQlWmo.net(3)
>492
Recently, a 12 or 14 year old? gilr killed an instructor in U.S. when practicing
shooting, right? I thought I'd search for a full video that includes the exact moment when
he was killed, but ended up not doing so. I haven't watched full videos
of ISIS killing hostages, either, which I could found if did. I must confess
that I searched for photos leaked through iCloud and Snapchat, though.

>500 >506
As you may know, members of 戦国武将隊 had been all unemployed, until they applied for
the job at job-placement office there. It was like killing two birds with one stone,
solving a problem of youth unemployment and helping boosting local
toursim. Once Neets and the next moment, everybody gathers around them
to take photos. I wonder how their employment status, part-time, or full time?
If the former is the case, they'll have to look for other jobs.
They can't cosplay until they reach retirement ages.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:14:01  ID:ZJiOcVIm9(4)
>512
Maybe there are more foreigners living in Japan who
discovered this thread. A link to this thread was posted
on 4chan, so you may be getting traffic from there.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:24:15  ID:8BMHtY3q!.n(3)
>513
Yeah, it was a 9 year-old with an Uzi submachine gun:
http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/26/us/arizona-girl-fatal-shooting-acc...
I pretty much agree with the comments in the article, that it was completely
irresponsible of the instructor to give that powerful a gun to that young a
kid and to not recognize the possibility of recoil; he put himself into the
line of fire.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:27:13  ID:vr0X/YQA.net(5)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:28:04  ID:vr0X/YQA.net(5)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:42:15  ID:ZJiOcVIm9(4)
>516 >517
What's the matter?

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loser[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:42:23  ID:1j8la6tt.net(2)
In this thread,the people are master to English.
I can`t follow them.
However,despite the cheap English,I sometimes tweet in English.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 18:58:55  ID:8BMHtY3q!.n(3)
>519
There's a lot of native speakers in this thread. Don't worry about being
able to understand everything. I often write more complicatedly than I
should; it's easy to be complex but difficult to be simple.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:09:41  ID:6SYQlWmo.net(3)
>515
Oh, "9" years old... The tragedy could be a trauma to the girl even if
the instructor holds responsibility for that.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:10:14  ID:DfDDoHiz.net(2)
Abe's shijiritsu is very low.
Japan has no choice exept Abe, but it is below 50%.
Japanese people are getting bakaer.
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[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:25:02  ID:ZJiOcVIm9(4)
>519
I think working at your own pace is important.
Don't be intimidated by other people - just focus on what you can do
and what you want to learn.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:29:42  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
>522
You might excel at inventing new English words by skillfully combining Japanese and English.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:33:04  ID:6SYQlWmo.net(3)
http://blog.gaijinpot.com/12-common-questions-people-ask-me/
Anybody who have lived in Japan, do you have any questions to add to the list?

http://blog.gaijinpot.com/solo-karaoke/
I didn't know there are karaoke places exclusively for hitokara.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 19:48:15  ID:DfDDoHiz.net(2)
>524
I feel tired of using Japanese-English dictionary('A`)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:12:55  ID:w+bGxb/k.net(2)
>522
Move up and down repeatedly.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:30:20  ID:WV45BJtot(2)
Japan is probably the only free and democratic society in which a single party wins so often. Very strange to us in Western nations.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:29:36  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
I've told this so many times but ぱりんこ is so so good!

So light and not so salty and so cheap!

I love ぱりんこ and 歌舞伎 rice crackers!

Hehe gaijins can't imagine the tastes now!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:36:05  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
I just finished eating all ぱりんこ now...so sad ( ;´Д`)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:47:20  ID:Cq6Nmrq/.net
It looks like ぱりんこ-addiction is freaking dangerous...
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[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:09:19  ID:ZJiOcVIm9(4)
>525
"Do you like anime?"
"Did you know that Japan has four seasons?"
"Don't you think Japan is so humid?"
... :(

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loser[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:54:58  ID:1j8la6tt.net(2)
518
Thank you for your response.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 21:57:44  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
>531
No it's so healthy! It's not like cocaine addiction!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:06:15  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
ぱりんこ-addicted people seem not to notice they've reached a point of no return...
You need to watch out for ぱりんこ-addiction...
Let's ぱりんこ!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:10:23  ID:1tcZzax2.net(6)
>535
That's true because literally I can't stop eating all of them!

It's a very serious syndrome I guess!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:33:33  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
>535
That's what the manufacturer has wished for.
The team handling all the ぱりんこ project must be sneering behind your back now...


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:35:42  ID:RuK/8w7b.net(6)
There are many small wrinkles running across my forehead.
It isn't beautiful and it makes me feel uncomfortable.
I'm still in 30's, not an elder person.
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名無しさん@デンマーク[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 22:50:01  ID:QWxI+jRUt(2)
Hello.
Another gaijin has arrived.
I'm from Denmark, so if you have any questions, I'll be happy to answer them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 23:08:37  ID:WV45BJtot(2)
Question for the Japanese: Since there are hundreds or thousands of Kanji, how do you input them from keyboards with so few keys?
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名無しさん@デンマーク[]   投稿日:2014/10/20 23:27:56  ID:QWxI+jRUt(2)
>540
Are you ignorant of the concept of kana?
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GOD[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 00:50:36  ID:XEfrKH16.net(2)
It's been a while guys!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 02:15:14  ID:IK6V2Odq.net(3)
>542
Coming back with something news?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 02:16:54  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
Even though we are physically far away from each other, my heart is right next to you! Love ya! <3

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 02:19:25  ID:IK6V2Odq.net(3)
>538
You are still immature to realize how beautiful getting old.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 02:19:51  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
It's 2am...what to do what to do...
I always feel more productive at night than in the morning. I'm truly a night person!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 02:35:43  ID:IK6V2Odq.net(3)
>546
You must be Dracula.
Do you want to eat GOD or me?

Good night again.
I just woke up to go to bathroom.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 03:43:19  ID:8oceCiGnn
>541

I have learned a lot of hand-written Japanese, but have no experience with using computer inputs. Do Japanese type out sounds with hirigana and katakana, and use a dictionary program to find the closest kanji match to insert?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 06:25:31  ID:QNX5/JNkR
Is there software for PC like >30
I am new to 2ch.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 07:23:18  ID:S8Eu0skh!.n(2)
Am I allowed to post here? Testing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 07:56:10  ID:R+76k7uv.net(5)
>527
Yes. But as a long span, the approbal rating is on a downward curve.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 07:57:04  ID:R+76k7uv.net(5)
approbal → approval

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 07:59:16  ID:S8Eu0skh!.n(2)
の子 from 神聖かまってちゃん is a fucking god, my idol, and I love him.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 13:24:27  ID:R+76k7uv.net(5)
I don't know 神聖かまってちゃん.
I thought "の子" was your mistake, but it seems right.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 13:44:40  ID:+YBDLF8z.net(3)
so hot in osaka.
i can't believe now about to November.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 14:53:46  ID:7HR9Ix/0.net(2)
>555
It's 23°C here today.
In my town in the UK, it's supposed to go up to just 11°C...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 15:07:28  ID:+YBDLF8z.net(3)
good afternoon イギリス人-san.
11℃ means almost same as Hokkaido. so chilly...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 15:14:46  ID:hWP6J/MV.net(3)
Which do you like better きのこの山 or たけのこの里 by meiji?
I prefer たけのこの里, as it is easier to pick out of the package and I like たけのこ's shape itself.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 15:23:38  ID:R+76k7uv.net(5)
If the only たけのこの里's cookie was sold, I would buy it every day.
So I prefer たけのこの里.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 15:26:55  ID:hWP6J/MV.net(3)
I used to read books for hours when I was a university student
but I can't any longer.
I can't concentrate on the content, I easily have a headache and my sight tends to blur just after thirty minutes or so.
Pitiful.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 15:39:23  ID:7HR9Ix/0.net(2)
>557
Good afternoon, 名無しさん
Ahh... I think Hokkaido in winter feels like home.
But when I was there last summer, it was much hotter!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 16:20:38  ID:+YBDLF8z.net(3)
Yes. summer conditions in Hokkaido sometimes becomes firece than Tokyo.
Kitami city is a popular site where the temperature quite changes betweeen summer and winter.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 16:57:27  ID:4dlpifGKe
>558
>559
たけのこの里 has a character that looks like it was drawn by ZUN.
So I like that one.
http://myomoto.main.jp/~upload/1410/19_204012Trim.jpg

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GOD[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 16:54:12  ID:XEfrKH16.net(2)
Omg the usual british imperialist is still here and even posts several comments?! Wtf

Definitely 馬鹿糞英吉利人 is getting 調子に乗ってる

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 18:25:36  ID:QZyk05yN.net(3)

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[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 19:13:54  ID:Jd7Ar1xXA
>565
Nice! I'm going to make curry. Off to cut the vegetables!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 20:14:47  ID:N2ACH2fW.net(2)
Is there wise foreigners who know GIBULI?
I think the studio represented authentic old Japanese anime.
I know only its familiar works but there's a story.
Long ago there ware men living in chaos. The god tied himself to the most industry ones with a thread.
As "蜘蛛の糸"(http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E8%9C%98%E8%9B%9B%E3%81%AE%E7%B3%B8), being hardly perfect ones they were almost inevitably casted out as thieves.
Then the thread went the most blessed ones by Princesses. GIBULI's story starts here.
The forces from forests or the castles in the sky all subdued by those girls, crumbled under a boy, a girl's angelous protector.
The thread went the most beneficent protectors. They took from the strongest to give for the weakest while not being chosen for virtue of rulers ended up building inhuman もののけs absorbing from what was left of each other.
All was up to the justest ones of the eyes of without clouds. What seemed sacred virtues once were called Mononokes, gorsts of gigantic wolves and boars.
Yet beautiful they said, those were to be dogs or pigs under the virtue of civilized people who does not to carry cursed memories into the world of livings and to help neighbors as they help themselves.
Hopefully we are living in this happiest civilization.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 20:16:55  ID:N2ACH2fW.net(2)
Only the most witty ones knew where the thread went.
So the thread was with the people of witness. In this way the thread tied to the god was always where the hearts who know what their thread is.
As the wind rises they would know "I will have my planes to be beautiful." and taken into fragments of ancient Roman pyramids in which things are all the way "plains to be beautiful??"
The witty ones are after all capable of what's happened in "ルパン三世inカリオスト城" to start this cycle again and again diminishing what was to separate them from chaotic realm of wolves or boars the beasts.
Or it was love for witness. Even to explore the remotest sky, dreams ever existed, the mysteries of the Princess. Girls would just give them any approvals and lives for their noble course. The cycle seemed to have changed expanding glory of mankind.
Meanwhile the purest love for witness would not tolerate other beings of with privacy, they will want to destroy their world when they part for they are to know everything.
With such thread they must have trapped their God in eternity mightiest and severest waiting to destroy this world all alone by now. Men are to be back in chaotic realm anyway.
Or it could have been protesting thread or repenting thread or any.
Scattered possibilities that have kept its thread mirroring what their god is will have been lost being denied one by one unless people can reach the truth about the plan.
Like recently 思い出マーニーs seemed to have some messages from a crack of time and space but it somehow eliminated that animating studio thanks to the sisters claim to have been frozen in forever as if a mysterious force had unleashed them.
I wonder if gaijins are about to testify that the purest love thaw time of The God.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 21:48:49  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
I feel so empty on the inside! What am I living for? Why do I keep going for no reason? I should just hang myself and set myself free from this endless pain. Yeah, living hurts too much!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 22:01:05  ID:rBhP+kGC.net
I am living because I don't have guts to kill myself

People say suicide is a thing coward people do but they don't understand at all

Killing yourself requires enormous courage

People who committed suicide are so brave

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 22:43:56  ID:R+76k7uv.net(5)
I stopped paying 国民年金.
I cannot get married, so my lifetime probably will be short.
I won't give my money to the married.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 22:44:19  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
Hmm that's true. I don't have courage to actually kill myself either lol but sometimes I feel too weak to keep going with my life...


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 22:45:36  ID:hWP6J/MV.net(3)
I believe some people didn't need courage when they committed a suicide.
They just went nuts because of tremendous amount of mental stress...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:00:15  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
With suicidal people, that might be the case. They have something too shocking to handle happen to them and kill themselves impulsively.
In my case, stress builds up while I try not to pay attention to it and at some point, it blows up all of a sudden.! But like I said, I'm such a coward to not be able to take my own life. I guess everyone's the same way to some extent.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:05:00  ID:QZyk05yN.net(3)
you don't need any courage. just starve.
if you get to eat something during starving, it means you still want to live.

a few weeks ago i ate nothing for 7 days, but i wasn't hungry at all.
so i thought i could die without courage.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:16:56  ID:QZyk05yN.net(3)
i hate it when people say "want to die" but they eat.
it is like women say "want to lose some weight" while eating sweets.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:21:57  ID:7vyxnRLI.net(3)
7 days. Unrealistic. Maybe you ate something different. no?
I'm addicted to eat chocolate. How can i stop eating?
I never have thought killing myself.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:23:09  ID:7vyxnRLI.net(3)
live and love. I love it

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:25:55  ID:7vyxnRLI.net(3)
I love people say, love, you go for yourself.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/21 23:32:16  ID:QQl+nsKU.net(6)
I also hate it when guys say "I don't like girls with lots of makeup, no makeup is the best "
and don't realize their favorite actress or idol is wearing so much makeup, possibly have done something with their face (-_^) Off topic I know I just wanted to say it haha

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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 00:20:46  ID:6yYnHVzc!.n(4)
Hello guys, what's up?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 00:40:51  ID:S4hgKOPp.net(2)
???
Up means "towards a higher place or position."
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 00:52:53  ID:QWymIZeX.net(3)
Hi, オランダ人. Welcome to one of the weirdest places on the internet. I'm okay, just chilling at home. How ya doing? Smoking weed? jk

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 00:56:37  ID:QWymIZeX.net(3)
Gosh, it's 1 already. I always try to sleep early but it never works. The beginning is always the hardest!
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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 01:06:10  ID:6yYnHVzc!.n(4)
>582
"Up" could mean something like "What is [up] in the news?". Age (age/sage) is a bit the same thing, isn't it?
It's used more as a greating now though.

>583
I am chilling at home too. I don't smoke weed.
In Holland, a lot of people don't smoke weed, even when it is "legal". America smokes a lot more weed than us, while it is illegal in most states there.
Weed smells bad. I hate it when people smoke it in the city and make the whole place smell bad. I don't care if they do it at their home.

>584
It's like it is impossible to sleep early. I feel your pain.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/22 02:04:43  ID:pJ9NrDmY.net
Ja, you guys smoke neither weed nor marijuana?
I don't care and I don't recommend. Something related to smoke is just always bad regardless marceli.
I'd rather take a pill which is prescribed as a medicine.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 02:26:16  ID:wl+HO9Lz.net(4)
so hot today...
why i made tonziru such a hot day?
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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 02:26:32  ID:6yYnHVzc!.n(4)
Sorry, I meant there are still people here who smoke weed. (marijuana and weed are the same thing). But most people don't. It's not considered as normal.
Other people will usually think bad of you. Like they will think you are lazy. etc.
Actually, there are a lot of coffeeshops (that sell weed) in Amsterdam. But mostly foreign tourists go there. It is the reason why many parts of Amsterdam smell bad.
Smoking is bad for your health, so I rather not do it. It is also expensive because of the excise duty (extra taxes).

Do you mean you use that prescribed medicine as drug (to get high)? Or because you really have a condition/illness, and need the medicine?

>585 I meant "greeting", not "greating" by the way. Silly mistake.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/22 02:58:06  ID:/SoBX3fRi(2)
There have actually been a few studies on weed in the last few years. The scientific consensus is that weed will have a noticeable negative impact on your brain if used before physical maturity (~25 yrs old).
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/22 02:58:48  ID:/SoBX3fRi(2)
>589 (cont.)

It messes things like your dopamine and SSRI levels in your brain. There's also very strong correlation between weed and reduced academic performance, as well as suicide.

 (See: http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/2jp6xz/what_is_the_most_...)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 07:51:48  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
Another 害人 here

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 09:51:58  ID:IymzA6kf.net(3)
>587
I heard before that it is good and healthy for you to eat hot foods on a hot day.
(e.g. curry in summer)
Also, cold things may not be good for your stomach.
That tonziru surely did you good.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 09:58:44  ID:IymzA6kf.net(3)
>571
May I know how old you are?
Aside from an issue of giving birth, I think you can get married no matter how old you are.
If you want to, hang in there!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 11:00:15  ID:VDEVPBmI.net(3)
saying "hang in there!" to mentally challenged people is a big no no.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 11:01:56  ID:QWymIZeX.net(3)
>585
Oh really? Yeah especially on west coast lots of people are supposedly smoking weed lol I lived in the US for a little while.
The state I was in was the first to legalize marihuana in the country, and lost of them were smoking weed at parties or even on the street though it's illegal to do in public.
so I know when you said you don't like when the whole place starts to smell like weed haha!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 13:52:54  ID:IymzA6kf.net(3)
>594
W..what?
Is Mr. or Ms.>571 a mentally challenged person?
If so, I apologize for this, I just thought he or she was just venting...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 14:11:54  ID:VDEVPBmI.net(3)
I'm not sure whether he/she is or not.
by the way, "mentally challenged" may not have been an appropriate word.
they say it means "retarded" or something.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 14:15:26  ID:S4hgKOPp.net(2)
>585
oh...how kind of you.
That was a NEET joke, sorry.

>593
very secret

>596
No problemo.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 14:21:19  ID:IgYkKGx/.net
>581
I'm in a very bad mood today so FUCK OFF
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 16:50:11  ID:hliDlgr/o(3)
>587
Tonjiru is always good no matter the weather.

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 16:50:47  ID:hliDlgr/o(3)
>599
Why are you in a bad mood?

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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 17:09:59  ID:6yYnHVzc!.n(4)
>598 Don't apologize for that! I realized later that it was a joke. I took it too seriously. It is my fault.

I think you mean 'depressed' instead of 'mentally challenged'. Depression is really scary. You shouldn't hate on people who are depressed and say "I want to die". They just don't know what to do. They usually want to live if they can be happy.
The problem is that it is hard to become happy.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 17:30:59  ID:VDEVPBmI.net(3)
a certain twitter said women's "I want to die" is like rappers' "Yo".

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 17:39:14  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
>602
Your thread is here

Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1 Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1

You're welcome
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 19:16:07  ID:hliDlgr/o(3)
>604
I don't see why foreigners can't come here, too. It acts as an opportunity to learn things about each other as well as things about English that you may not know otherwise.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 21:54:58  ID:wl+HO9Lz.net(4)
>604
you are real "害人" so go to the thread and never come back here.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 22:15:48  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
>606
Who the hell?

Omg the usual one of those pathetic white wannabes here lol

So pathetic

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 22:25:22  ID:wl+HO9Lz.net(4)
white wannabes? wwwwwwww
i mean you are just 荒らし.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 22:48:10  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
Lol at your mixing England and Japanese

Especially right here "white wannabes? wwwwwwww"

lololololololol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 23:11:57  ID:1GxzfnW9.net
>609
GOD.are you?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 23:12:27  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
>610
Nope

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 23:17:30  ID:wl+HO9Lz.net(4)
ID:nO2VsSyC
↑NG recommended

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/22 23:21:51  ID:nO2VsSyC.net(6)
LOL someone is so desperate lololol

I don't specifically say who is but you can tell who exactly is "someone" lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/23 00:27:11  ID:v2bv5OUi.net(2)
WHERE IS LOVE? I BELIEVE LOVE IS IN SLOVENIA.

I LOVE IT

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/23 00:30:05  ID:v2bv5OUi.net(2)
WHERE IS LOVE IN JAPAN? THERE ARE RELATIVELY FEW, BUT THERE ARE AIZAWA YU.
YAMAMOTO AI FOR EXAMPLE. I'm NOT MAJIKICHI BY THE WAY,

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 02:37:15  ID:oeLtX6gW.net(4)
>608
Hey don't bother him unless you want to waste your time. I gave up a long time trying to teach him how to behave. I could have spent the time on something better (-_^)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 02:44:23  ID:oeLtX6gW.net(4)
Okay, one last ting. Lol at your way of speaking. You sound just like a girl. You didn't have any male English speaking friends in England?
I bet you didn't cause who would want to be friends with an annoying prick like you who have an extremely twisted mind?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 02:47:10  ID:oeLtX6gW.net(4)
Oops I got carried away..Well let's talk about something else...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 05:56:57  ID:njq5UWac.net
A girly boy maybe. Oops, what is called soushoku boy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 07:48:56  ID:OS2KSUzf.net(5)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 07:59:23  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
Japan is over.
Japan is not only for Japanese but also for Korean.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 08:04:32  ID:6DXU2Edv.net(2)
Sad but true

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 08:05:25  ID:6DXU2Edv.net(2)
Actually I believe Japan is only for korean, not Japanese at all

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 08:54:48  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
I don't know why Korean will act ビッチ先生 in 暗殺教師.
ビッチ先生 is Russian.
Why Korean?
Because Japan is over.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 10:56:47  ID:2vHGqQPW.net(2)
>616
as far as i know, you used to be in the us.
did you come back to japan?

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 11:13:29  ID:ATk8kyS5.net(2)
The racist thinking is conspicuous in this thread criticizing the Koreans and the Chinese.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 11:49:59  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
512M seems racist against Japanese?
OK.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 12:02:20  ID:ATk8kyS5.net(2)
I am neither a racist or not a racist against all the people.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 12:43:50  ID:OS2KSUzf.net(5)
>616
Omg you are again?!

It's so ironic because you are literally wasting your time now! Are you a retarded comedian or something?

Also you can't use emoji on 2ch because you don't have the ability to learn this basic 2ch rule since I have told you so many times like >468

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 12:45:27  ID:OS2KSUzf.net(5)
Just in case

Here is her thread

【spoiled】Chat in English【kid】 Part1

Awwwww I'm such a kind person! I deserve some sort of medal!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 12:49:22  ID:OS2KSUzf.net(5)
>617
What's problem with my English?

According to your theory, I can't write this way?

Who the fuck do you think you are? Do you have some authority to decide how I write English?

Seems like someone is like a snobbish bitch

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 12:52:01  ID:OS2KSUzf.net(5)
I seriously would love to see her parents faces now!

They must have spoiled her so much even sending her somewhere in foreign country!? I don't even...

What the hell kind of education did her parents give to her?!

I'm so so jealous of her! I wish my parents are super rich like her parents!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 13:10:45  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
No. You say "the racist thinking."
My hatred is not from racism but from real justice.
And I don't hate Chinese very much.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 13:41:48  ID:oeLtX6gW.net(4)
>632
Oh wow he's so mad now. The thing I said about him having no social skills whatsoever probably got on his nerve. lol
Um okay, first off I didn't say you can't write that way. I'm just saying, you sound a liiiittle bit sissy. I'll give you one reason why. It's the overuse of "omg!(with an exclamation mark)" and "so cute".
Some authority to decide?What you talking about?Even the dullest people know this basic stuff lol
and remember? It's always YOU who starts making fun of other's writing style. Here, >609 in case you are suffering from early Alzheimer's.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 14:04:45  ID:2vHGqQPW.net(2)
why you bother to deal with him?
some kind of meoto manzai?

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 15:15:08  ID:jWUnPxrA!.n
I bet GOD is a 突っ込み. I'm more of a ボケ.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 15:43:50  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
Your name is 害酷人.
However, you say normal things.
Your name is just a ボケ.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 17:26:54  ID:nb08ukoe.net(4)
It is a bit cold today.
A chill ran down my back a while ago.
I will drink something hot...tomato soup or pumpkin soup by kcorr...
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 17:44:45  ID:kx4QiGvQ3(2)
>638
That sounds good. I'm drinking a hot cafe au lait from Doutour now, and I think I'll have nabe later!

Will you have that soup for dinner, or just a snack?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 20:26:36  ID:nb08ukoe.net(4)
In the light of the reason 盛者必衰, the popularity rating for the prime minister abe and his cabinet is going to plummet someday, isn't it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 20:34:01  ID:nb08ukoe.net(4)
A property management service firm sent me a letter informing that we have to make the rental contract renewed
and that I am supposed to send back the contract documents and pay some money into their account by the specified date.
Sooooo troublesome but I have to do it...
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 20:47:55  ID:kx4QiGvQ3(2)
>641
Or you could find a new apartment!
But it would probably be easier to renew your current contract...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 20:37:48  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
Yes.
Japanese people aren't clever very much, I notice.
They don't make another choice.
Another choice is always one which Korean power (在日、帰化人、左翼)made.
That is why Japan is not only for Japanese but also for Koreans.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 20:43:33  ID:YkwSlP92.net
i trained my body at my neighboring gym.
the ticket is so cheep 300yen because it is a public facility .

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/23 22:19:38  ID:tXwkoWTu.net
The much-publicized government promise of "Abenomics" has turned out to be a pie in the sky despite the Prime Minister emphasized his policies were successful.
Most households complained about the consumer price raise in the recent months.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 22:44:50  ID:H342EGCh.net(7)
They have only thmeselves to blame it.
Japan has no choice but Abe because the largest opposition party is a traitor party and other parties are also traitor party.
They should make proper opposition parties before they blame it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/23 23:14:59  ID:nb08ukoe.net(4)
I enjoyed the fuss made by the slogan abenomics and made profits by trading stocks.
Now, the festival seems to be about to be over...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/24 01:08:38  ID:M41vqLn6.net
Poverty shrink me.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 02:01:19  ID:Arj3QUM4.net
Oh, terrible thlead. KUSOSURE.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/24 03:51:23  ID:H6HFmBqo.net
The government promised that the abduction case would be settled without delay.
But North Korea seems to comment that it is in the process of collecting information.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/24 04:04:03  ID:mPJQc4es!.n
Hey, do you guys wanna hear my crappy music?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 06:04:15  ID:tzwitdRk.net
It depends who you are.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/24 06:09:03  ID:PZ27/1fT.net
>651 yes please if you can upload your file.

654
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 10:58:21  ID:OhU9pGxs.net
Consumers demanded the liberalization of butter imports which fell short of the domestic demand.
The government limited imports of butter to protect the Japanese farmers.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 12:10:42  ID:vDSZfZ64.net(2)
Everyday natto.
My brother is a doctor.
He eats delicious food every day.
He has a sports car and a normal car.
I live in 4.5 畳.
I hate my brother.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 12:25:37  ID:OXY/LVtJ.net
>655
Why do you hate bro????

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 12:58:50  ID:vDSZfZ64.net(2)
My father interfered too much only in my life.
He didn't too much in my brother's life and my brother intend to force his nursing care onto me.
I don't have the time to do such a thing.
I don't like my father and my brother doesn't like my father.
My brother successfully got away from my father.
And my brother think he is an elite himself and very arrogant.
I hate him.

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 19:36:36  ID:c4QaGoUvq
A stinkbug snuck into my apartment, and now it's caught in between the sliding door and the door frame. I hope it escapes or dies naturally...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 20:13:06  ID:SkP+PTQj.net
Search engines like google or yahoo enables us to look up things and find out the truth about them very quickly.
But I don't think you can deny that those search engines have robbed us of our own memory in a sense.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/24 22:21:30  ID:IUptsGAg.net
The Japanese government admitted Japan's past conduct in other Asian nations and upheld Statement by Prime Minister Murayama (15 August 1995) and Kono Statement (4 August 1993).
Generally speaking, even human rights were trampled on in Asian countries by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.
But now, the government is making its utmost effort for better relations with Asian nations.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/24 23:47:58  ID:o5WIdkXt.net
>655
LOL

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 02:26:31  ID:ZyAeRneh.net(3)
I was about to write the same usual negative stuff but I barely stopped myself from doing it. One step closer to be a happy person.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 02:51:44  ID:RZly5C8H.net(4)
>636
Are you Japanese living abroad?
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 05:33:49  ID:bJsqtWBy!.n
>663
Nope; I'm a filthy gaijin. I've even been asked to leave a sentou!
Thoroughly disreputable.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 06:52:15  ID:RZly5C8H.net(4)
>664
You seem to have a deep understanding of Japanese culture.
Boke is the essence of Japanese joke.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:12:18  ID:ZyAeRneh.net(3)
In what kind of circumstances would you be asked to leave sentou?! The only thing I can think of is you go in without telling them you have a tatto and get caught? Otherwise, you should sue them for being sucha racist lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:15:50  ID:ZyAeRneh.net(3)
Another depressing Saturday morning now begins! Hola el mundo!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:21:51  ID:wHmp/lcG.net
I always enjoy Japanese sentou style which is things like we all have to take off our all clothes and be nakid when we use it. because I am gay.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:26:59  ID:M38M3ZlT.net
UHO!

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:48:13  ID:Qu5BK3WHd(4)
>667
Really? I love Saturdays! I can finally take it easy after a long week at work.
Why don't you like Saturdays?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 10:42:35  ID:kw79fep3.net
Would you stop leering at guys around you please, sir.
This is a public bathroom, not a Hatten-ba.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 11:37:56  ID:opdgrveD.net(2)
but i think we should approve tne marry during same sex as same as America

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 11:42:54  ID:r1A2LATD.net(3)
Please don't beat me...I'm studying...please...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 11:48:18  ID:opdgrveD.net(2)
beat it !

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 12:19:17  ID:Qu5BK3WHd(4)
I can't use public baths because I'm too embarrassed...
I don't want to be naked around other people, and I don't want other people to be naked around me!
How do you do it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 12:39:05  ID:r1A2LATD.net(3)
I'm a good boy...please don't...please...('A`)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 15:44:41  ID:5RzsCXti.net
Too many baka foreigners here yuck

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 16:36:09  ID:Qu5BK3WHd(4)
Rude.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 16:56:42  ID:jNyZV6/s.net(3)
I keep on feeling sleepy...
No matter how many hours I sleep, my eyelids feel like lead and they go down as a drape of the night drops over towns.
Some sort of disease?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 17:37:45  ID:RZly5C8H.net(4)
>679
You are becoming sleeping Beauty.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:04:07  ID:9J3y97Oi.net(3)
>673
Sounds like you enjoy playing as a submissive boy or something?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:19:14  ID:9J3y97Oi.net(3)
Today I got so many odens because they are all on sale! They are all only 70yen!!!!!!

3 daikons, an egg, a shirataki, gyuusuji, a roll cabbage, this thing like rice cake inside, a sausage etc etc...

So so yummy! In my hometown, you dip them on miso but I prefer not to do it so I love regular odens from seven eleven!!!!!!!!!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:28:24  ID:RZly5C8H.net(4)
Just after boys stopped talking the history...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:39:28  ID:jNyZV6/s.net(3)
>680
I hope so.
I'm an Ojisan, though.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:44:02  ID:jNyZV6/s.net(3)
>682
seven eleven is a real popular place, so some Ojisans may have spit at oden soup beside the registers without knowing that
when they paid the money for the goods they bought.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 18:54:14  ID:9J3y97Oi.net(3)
>685
LOL hope not!!

But I used to think about that and was super reluctant to buy it for that reason but one day they did this 70 yen sale!

So I gave it a try and I was like holy fuck!!!! Sooo good! I've been obsessed since then!!!!

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 19:35:37  ID:Qu5BK3WHd(4)
>685
Gross. Now I'm glad I don't get the oden...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/25 19:35:16  ID:r1A2LATD.net(3)
>681
NOOOooo it is my flashback
I have to solve the problem of poison parents for all chaildren.

689
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/26 01:41:16  ID:vXyrwdaA.net
what's the deal of REAL. Some users are annoying like saying buy real music. Real can't beat authentic.

690
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 07:11:09  ID:ntdh6jP4!.n(3)
>666
My 浜っ子 friend suggested we go to the local onsen, and I told him that I'd like to, but
I had a tattoo. He didn't think it would be a problem. Neither of us saw any signs prohibiting
them, so we went in. Only when we were getting ready to leave anyway did 湯婆 come around to
complain and ask us to go. (I'm tall, white, and nerdy; maybe she thought I was part of 四葉会
or something.)

There have only been a few times - less than five - where I was refused entry to places due
to being a foreigner. I and my (white, foreigner) housemates wanted to go to a restaurant that
had just opened up that week. We all spoke at least some Japanese; my ability was the worst,
truth be told. The manager said we weren't allowed in, refused to tell us why, and was generally
being a dick. We left and went to another restaurant 50m away.

I don't know how common it actually is to be refused entry to places as a foreigner; when I went
out, it was usually with Japanese friends, and almost always within Tokyo. I get the impression
it'd be more likely in 関西。
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 08:29:08  ID:xve5hm/4.net
>690
You have a tattoo, then you have no right to complain. You should learn "when in Rome, do as the Romans do".
As for the restaurant, I've heard from the people who have worked in restaurant business that the reason is that there are lots of wicked foreigners who don't obey the Japan's rules.
Like causing trouble for other customers by acting violently or noisy, and when they are noted, they pretend can't speak Japanese etc, so some restaurants prohibit foreigners unavoidably.
If you're not one of them, that's a bummer.
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692
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 08:30:04  ID:HHuhvSDv.net(2)
>690
Marry me please if you look like Sheldon from Bigbang theory?
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693
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 08:40:08  ID:Yz6hU+jJ.net
The restaurant manager couldn't tell you why foreigners are not allowed in
and I believe he (she?) even hadn't had tried to find out the reason...just gave up thinking.
Or he knew there is no acceptable, rational reason to provide.

694
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 10:06:17  ID:spGtxOaJ.net(2)
There are a lot of onsens in Japan.
Give up.

695
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 10:11:45  ID:iKzWgua6.net(2)
Gaijins don't know how to behave at onsens so that's why

696
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 10:14:20  ID:ntdh6jP4!.n(3)
>691
Ah, but I have been to onsen where tattoos had been allowed, or at least not forbidden.
I was with my (untattooed) Japanese friend, after all; if we had seen any signs saying
"no tattoos", we wouldn't have gone in. It was the arbitrariness that was irritating.
Especially since everybody knows that it's to keep yakuza or other "undesirables" out
rather than anything about the tattoos themselves.

I'd like to hear more about the noisy rulebreaking foreigners, though. I'm curious to
know how much of it was ignorance, and how much was blatant stupidity. (For what it's
worth - when I was doing a favor for a friend and helping him show a little tour group
around Tokyo, we were asked by one or two venues not to come in. That was completely
understandable; the group was young and noisy and the bars were too small and/or quiet
to handle that.)

>692
I am overweight and dark blonde; not very much like Sheldon, sorry. (I am as tall as him.)
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697
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/26 10:59:05  ID:8PLPGpYq.net
I have a carp tatoo on my back

698
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 11:01:54  ID:T/I/DJG6.net
dasai

699
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/26 11:23:27  ID:9J6Kt72j.net
Japanese carp tattoo is very cool which I believe is popular in the U.S as well

700
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 11:47:15  ID:iKzWgua6.net(2)
I wanna suck mans sausages because I'm gay but only good looking and muscle ones!

Too much to ask?
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701
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/26 11:56:38  ID:R1bgXmTd.net
>700 yeah,too much, fuckin' fag!

702
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 12:19:24  ID:pUA112Tk.net(5)
Fucking straight people!

703
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/26 12:32:58  ID:vfrsnkAl.net
very straight

704
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 12:38:11  ID:ntdh6jP4!.n(3)
>700
Just get yourself a つなぎ, go to a public park, sit on a bench, and ask passers-by やらないか?
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705
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 12:40:29  ID:spGtxOaJ.net(2)
so cheesy

706
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 12:46:08  ID:pUA112Tk.net(5)
>704
That's not gonna happen because it's so hard to find muscle guys in Japan unlike America.

I need to go to muscle beach in California

707
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 13:39:49  ID:AYj5nG2h.net(5)
Oh, I thought that you can find too many machos at private gyms.
When you beam at them and they give back sensuous smiles to you, it's a sign of ok isn't it?
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708
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 14:17:12  ID:pUA112Tk.net(5)
>707
There are not so many machos at my gym and a few of them are so attractive. One is white macho and the other one is high school looking boy and so cute!

But my gaydar says they are all straight
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709
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 17:34:51  ID:AYj5nG2h.net(5)
>708
How about you leading those two attractive guys to another fascinating new world?

710
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 17:38:15  ID:AYj5nG2h.net(5)
I saw a doctor this morning and was injected with anti flu vaccine.
everyone, take care, it's not only ebola fever that we should watch out for!

711
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 17:43:35  ID:Wab1hL3X.net(3)
if you want watch bulky macho, go to gold gym which has spa at later night.
at spa you can see macho is exposing their pricks unnaturally, which may intend to lure you !
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712
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 19:01:48  ID:pUA112Tk.net(5)
>711
Just imaging that makes me drool....
But I find GG rather posh gym...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 20:07:23  ID:AYj5nG2h.net(5)
You can't tell they are luring you unless their pricks erect vigorously and move back and forth as if they were waving their hands, can you??
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714
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 20:34:20  ID:5NFdLFd4i
>713
It's all in the eyes...

715
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 20:29:27  ID:Wab1hL3X.net(3)
>712
GG may not be expensive as you think.
i think the cheepest membership plan is approximately 8000yen/month, which is comparable to other major fitness clubs such as Konami, tipness.
lately be available 24h & nationwide facility, Anytime and Joyfit are extending their territory, but GG is not comparable as the mean of muscle.
especially at inner city GG, macho gays seems concentrate on there, so dont need to be shy.
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716
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 21:23:02  ID:NgRodoyt.net(2)

717
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 21:53:06  ID:AYj5nG2h.net(5)
Oh my gosh, what's happened to Renee Zellweger?
her face is totally different from what I know...

718
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 22:40:06  ID:pUA112Tk.net(5)
>715
You know a lot about gym! Sounds like you are also a trainee too?

I want to go to gym where lots of muscle dudes come and show off their musles. This is important!

I guess I'll consider signing up for GG

719
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 23:17:13  ID:HHuhvSDv.net(2)
>696
Great. I like American people who can admit the fact they're overweight. One guy I know keeps insisting he's not fat but his muscles make him look so. But he's obviously fat with a huge beer belly. I'd say 8.5 on fatness scale of 1 to 10.

720
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 23:28:06  ID:NgRodoyt.net(2)
I love crest white strips!!!

Why we don't have it here?

I use it once a year to maintain my awesome white teeth!!!!

I hate gaijins but love this one!!!!!!!
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721
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/26 23:50:05  ID:Wab1hL3X.net(3)
but the most important thing is not to go to GG but to learn how to improve your muscle.
in that means, the presence of macho is important.
you need to learn the technique by sneaking into macho's training or reading Ironman or wathcin training videos.
machos or trainers are not necessarily kind to you, much less you are a skinny. so you have to steel their ways by all means.

722
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 13:15:45  ID:dS3fyjKW.net
I want to meet kind macho who let me touch his cock after hard training at gym...

723
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 13:23:36  ID:p1q8hLnB.net
筋肉 is justice.
I want to go to 温泉 or 銭湯.
I want to show off there.

724
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 13:48:46  ID:oAe4F6Ez.net(3)
'Murica!!!����

725
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 17:06:22  ID:qlxj876j.net(4)
Today I broke my personal record of drinking coke for 2 weeks!

Yay!
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726
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 17:40:17  ID:qlxj876j.net(4)
Come to think of it, I have not seen イギリス人 here anymore

He is finally gone? Like going back to uk?

If so my efforts paid off!!!!!!!!
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727
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 18:08:25  ID:nvxab/sGJ
>725
Good job! What have you been drinking instead?

728
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 19:46:14  ID:6VcwUmob.net
Sinful imagination.
As if punishing my secret dream of examining a faultless pupil mind and inside blaming its dragon how so atrocious....

729
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 20:01:16  ID:RGkOIhTF.net(2)
I saw the following post in another thread.
"It looks like the ebola fever has finally come to Japan." Is that true?
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730
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 21:32:28  ID:oAe4F6Ez.net(3)
>729
A guy who came down with high fever after returning from Liberia is on the news right now. He's still being tested so we're not sure if he's contracted the disease at the moment. The test result will be out by the end of tomorrow.
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731
オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:01:12  ID:+Sjj13/+!.n(2)
>726 Don't worry! I am still here!
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732
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:10:23  ID:RGkOIhTF.net(2)
>730
OIC.
If the announcement of the test result is somehow delayed tomorrow, it will certainly make some noise among the media.

733
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:20:27  ID:qlxj876j.net(4)
>731
No!

I heard the Netherlands is an anti Japan country. Is that true?
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734
オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:28:57  ID:+Sjj13/+!.n(2)
>733 To be honest I don't know (I don't think so, but there are always stupid people everywhere that might be anti Japanese).
The Netherlands have always prioritized international trade. So it would be unlogical for the Netherlands to be anti Japanese.
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735
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:35:55  ID:qlxj876j.net(4)
>734
I heard Dutch people prefer Korean to Japanese somehow

By the way the Netherlands is famous for what? Clog? And red light district?

Oh I really wanna try marijuana!!!!!!
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736
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/27 23:59:55  ID:oAe4F6Ez.net(3)
Damn he's hot! I want to be all over him!!!!
Fuck Jxxx! That guy was nothing compared to Cxxx. Ugh only if I was...well let's not say it...

737
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 00:03:11  ID:1TT6s8b0.net(3)
The usual ho again

738
オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 00:21:49  ID:m9QORt1X!.n
>735 I have never heard of Dutch people prefer Korean over Japan.

The Dutch are not really famous for anything.. I suppose. It's not really an interesting country in my opinion. The history is interesting though (when we actually mattered in the world).
We don't matter at all anymore.
Amsterdam is famous of marijuana and red light district, unfortunately. These things were legalized because the government wants to keep control over those things (because else they happened illegal anyways).
It's a pretty liberal thought, but what happened is that Amsterdam is now full of tourists that come for marijuana or red light district. Kinda disgusting if you ask me (these things are not normal for Dutch society, even though they are 'legal').

There are still a lot of things we are famous for maybe, but I don't really know. First legal gay marriage perhaps? ww
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739
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 00:46:29  ID:SV4/q3lx.net(2)
Education and sports system are better than Japaese.
Population is small but a lot of people is famouse in every fields.
Japanese are very strong at Kendo, but a dutch women kendo player got ippon from Japanese strong player.
I was very surprised.

740
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 01:15:48  ID:2RTuIqIc.net
I'm tired of people telling me long distance never works and it's a waste of time to dedicate myself to one.
But they don't know anything. We were already together for over a year when we got apart. It's not like we went into it only after one month of dating. I'm determined to take what it takes in order to keep it going. They'll see!
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741
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc []   投稿日:2014/10/28 02:55:04  ID:cl/cbcAg.net
The radio station aired a program, featuring "Carole King". Whenever I listen to her music, it makes me feel happy.

742
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 07:39:46  ID:aeVnO0CQ.net
>738
I guess Dutch oven is most well known by Japanese,

743
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 08:00:19  ID:FO1+D3Wg.net(2)
and so is dutch wife.

744
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/28 12:50:07  ID:pMUqvJW6.net(4)
The brits gone and dutch came. I have not expected...

745
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/28 12:54:57  ID:pMUqvJW6.net(4)
>738 Do you know du pont? dude let's have du café.  

746
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 13:01:14  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
>738
> First legal gay marriage perhaps?

you can't say that!!
anthropologiests have been reporting, in not a few ethnic groups,
traditional same-sex marriage can be seen. e.g. Nuer.

747
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 13:12:35  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
I found what is attractive there is the beauty of young dutch men.!! :-P

other things especially high culture things.... are not that interesting
compared with Germany or France.
A'dam is full of tourists but is not as touristic a place as people expect.

748
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 14:00:05  ID:eA6Nz2QZ.net
Gosh just getting deposit back is a lot of work.

749
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/28 14:35:24  ID:Ziuq06U7.net
Hi guys.

750
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 15:57:10  ID:FjOLdmpo!.n
>720
Perhaps you should consider お歯黒 instead? It's much more traditionally Japanese, no gaijin influence.
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751
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 17:24:38  ID:1TT6s8b0.net(3)
Omg the usual fag again

It loves white cocks too much it evens goes to Europe to enjoy white cocks every year

Disgusting!

752
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 17:46:32  ID:IbqNK9W09
>740
Don't worry about what other people say. If you love each other and you both work hard at the relationship, you'll be OK.

753
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 17:42:24  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
whity's cum, so yummy :-P my soul food!
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754
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 17:57:53  ID:1TT6s8b0.net(3)
>750
You 害人

755
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 19:43:20  ID:UpIm/j2B.net
I'm envious of those who are never drunk no matter how much they drink alcohol.

756
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 19:49:34  ID:LpYn+LQi.net(5)
>753
英太郎 is gay? or なりすまし?
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757
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 19:50:41  ID:SV4/q3lx.net(2)
Don't drink alcohol before sleeping.
食道 can't 分解する alcohol, so 飲みっぱなし is a cause of 食道癌.
You should drink water and clean your 食道.
My father was 食道炎, but I recomended him to drink water after drinking alcohol.
Thus, his 食道炎 治った。

758
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/28 19:58:41  ID:pMUqvJW6.net(4)
Eitaro is just gay. save ass man.

759
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 20:08:57  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
>756
I'm a genuine gay :-)

Now I miss everthing in Holland.
Friends, Albert Heijn, Jumbo, Nijntje, fries roggebrood, nasty wine gummy ...
I cannot wait for the next visit in spring :-)

760
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 20:33:14  ID:LpYn+LQi.net(5)
I confirmed your trip but it seems like genuine.
I've thought you are intellectual character by seeing other threads.
these posts are hidden part of you?
I am also a gay, so don't have disgusting feeling. what kind of mans do you prefer to?
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761
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 20:46:21  ID:FO1+D3Wg.net(2)

762
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:06:01  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
I always wonder why European prefer the bikes with top tubes.
you hardly can find so-called "mama-chari" there.

>760
I'm totally out. so no need to hide it :-)
I have a crush on daddies with fair skin and hair with pale-colored eyes :-P
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:13:27  ID:LpYn+LQi.net(5)
>762
you love mature man? stout or slender?

764
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:24:22  ID:zb9IdLLT.net(2)
Ewwwwwww

765
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:25:43  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
I prefer fitty guys!!
I'm working out myself and trying to make a bubble butt :-)

766
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:29:16  ID:LpYn+LQi.net(5)
you love six pack and プリケツ?
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767
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:32:14  ID:zb9IdLLT.net(2)
Disgusting faggots

Need to be stoned to death like Muslim fags

768
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 21:45:14  ID:spbEZaBe.net
Really? Whoa...

769
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/28 22:09:52  ID:pMUqvJW6.net(4)
SAVE PENIS!!!

770
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 22:23:26  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
>766
the bubble butt is one of most admirable things man can have.
at least european gay men are apt to think like that.

it's hard to make it bubbly actually.
but still worth challenging it, if you wanna be popular with them :-)
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771
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 22:34:16  ID:x/RzQWl8.net(8)
I'm always wondering, when I saw nasty ugly people on a train, in a restrant or whatever,
why they gave up looking nice :-(

you can make up,
you can wear nice clothes,
you can build muscles.

We should care at all times about how we look!!!
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772
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 23:35:12  ID:cMb/S0O3.net
>771
They maybe so busy that can't have time to care about the looking.

773
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 23:38:06  ID:Q7+c7GEa.net
Oh my...What a guy he is. You gotta be exceptionally handsome to say things like that.

774
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/28 23:52:07  ID:LpYn+LQi.net(5)
>770
the bubble butt is differ from プリケツ ?

775
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 00:52:20  ID:r4ilA4hx.net
i came across this graph at バイリンガルニュース thread.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B06tYjLCAAAvRNw.png
there is no holland here. the world is ignoring holland these days?

776
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 01:29:30  ID:wZhxWXwi.net
イギリス人 Do you have a fag, 害酷人?
害酷人 Excuse me?
イギリス人 I'm asking you if you have a fag.
害酷人 Shut up, イギリス人. You brit are so rude, and I'm straight.
イギリス人 Straight? What do you mean? I just wanted to smoke.
三年英太郎 I'm a fag. Do you want me, イギリス人?
イギリス人 Go away, 英太郎. I'm not talking to you.

777
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 01:31:58  ID:tvERxNat.net
英太郎 likes ID system.
I dislike it.

778
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 02:14:25  ID:4B39pGH7.net(2)
Oh My God..Can't believe what just happened...I....got walked in on by my mom while doing....ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhsrtgjhctjbfuika Fuck my room door why doesn't it have a freakin' lock?! This is so fucked up.!

779
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 02:17:15  ID:4B39pGH7.net(2)
Hahaha what's happened is happened. There's nothing that can be done now! Alright let's just face the reality here. My mom saw me...ahhhjkollgdeyujjoolbfsaetyjjjvjkk

780
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 13:02:13  ID:gnGEgV0h.net
Japan should get rid of the current political turmoil to play a more important role in the international community.
About twenty years ago, an increasing number of parliamentarians admitted that they could not do without corporate donations under the medium size electoral system.

781
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 17:16:39  ID:kFTPbZ1V.net
Being faggot is a recent trend?

782
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 17:38:02  ID:t7T9aHdI.net(2)
No I don't think so.

Mentally retarded scums just gather here
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 18:16:49  ID:TGpbSakf0
I'm in my kotatsu now. It's so comfortable... I might... just... sle...

784
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 18:40:32  ID:P80DrQUX.net(3)
The sales of Apple's iTunes Music Store seem to have greatly decreased on last year..more than 10% down?
CD has almost been gone and now online store is getting less and less popular so
how will people mainly come by music contents in future..

785
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 18:48:56  ID:G7wm2tM5.net
>782
英太郎 has posted very useful info at least other threads.
he has a very high understanding in English.
I can hardly say he is manal retarded.

786
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 18:52:53  ID:P80DrQUX.net(3)
When riding on escalators in Tokyo and Nagoya,
you notice that people stand and line on the left half of the escalators.
In Kyoto and Osaka, you find out that people in these cities stand and line on the right half.
Strange to say, if you go to the western Japan further and visit Fukuoka,
you can see that people in Fukuoka stand and line on the left half, not the right.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 19:38:04  ID:12VM8hoy!.n
>786
I have read that the reason for that is because of the 1964 Olympics:
most of the rest of the world drives on the right and thus stands on the right,
and the organizers felt that it would be less disruptive to have everybody do so
on the escalators during the Olympics - and then Osakans kept on doing that.
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788
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 21:12:49  ID:t7T9aHdI.net(2)
>787
You are so 変態!

You know so much about Japan!

Are you Japanese American or what?
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789
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 21:40:44  ID:P80DrQUX.net(3)
>787
Thank you for the informative post.
So, it is likely that we can see people in Tokyo stand on the right from 2020 onwards, wow wow.

790
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 22:41:01  ID:bOUU5luF.net(2)
Ha lol

791
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/29 23:20:07  ID:bOUU5luF.net(2)
Congrats害酷人. You won over God. lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/30 11:21:35  ID:Q58Zm2tnx
I found American English is not so rhythmical. British English is very rhythmical I have to say.
American English is just rounded.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 12:22:29  ID:iEOeh3sj.net(5)
I want real 害人.

794
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 19:43:55  ID:/0Y40vrn!.n
>788
Nope, I'm a pasty white, chubby American. I did live in Tokyo for about two and a half years,
and have a fair number of Japanese friends, and have read quite a bit - but I also try to
mostly talk about things of which I have some knowledge. I'd never be mistaken for even close
to native if you met me in person. (One day, I hope to speak Japanese like 大阪人 or 田舎者.)

That said, some of my Japanese pals have been surprised about the bits of trivia I've mentioned,
or things in places in Tokyo that they hadn't heard of. I think that's partially because I am an
outsider - my friends have said that their friendships are closed-off* and groups never mix or share
the "wrong" kinds of information, so your music friend would never talk about their day job. Since
I'm not in any of those groups, though, I can hear and say whatever I want.

*(「住み分け」maybe? The English word I'd use is "compartmentalized", but I can't find a good
translation for that.)
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795
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/30 19:48:55  ID:igY1wGX9.net
>791 god is something to have. you don't have to fight with god. lol

796
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:02:35  ID:Ps5JH2Ja.net(2)
>791
NO ONE CAN DO THAT SINCE IM GOD
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:13:34  ID:Ps5JH2Ja.net(2)
>794
Ew you want to speak Japanese like 大阪人?
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798
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:25:41  ID:Y2eJEt8hf
>797
Kansai-ben is fun. Most regional dialects are fun to discover and use.

799
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:22:34  ID:iEOeh3sj.net(5)
【日蘭】 日王に会ったオランダ国王「慰安婦被害、忘れることはできない」と戦争の傷跡に言及=韓国メディア[10/30] [転載禁止](c)2ch.net
【日蘭】 日王に会ったオランダ国王「慰安婦被害、忘れることはできない」と戦争の傷跡に言及=韓国メディア[10/30] /東アジアnews+板

I don't respect Willem-Alexander.
He doesn't know history.

800
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:26:38  ID:iEOeh3sj.net(5)
変見自在「いやな国」
http://ameblo.jp/hironk2005/day-20111128.html

I have to translate it into English.
The Dutch people must know those fact.

801
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:36:38  ID:iEOeh3sj.net(5)
2 名前:<丶`∀´>(´・ω・`)(`ハ´  )さん@転載は禁止[] 投稿日:2014/10/30(木) 20:14:30.19 ID:A6LU0WdB [1/2]

Should he apologize to Indonesians? 400 years of colonial occupation!

3 名前:<丶`∀´>(´・ω・`)(`ハ´  )さん@転載は禁止[sage] 投稿日:2014/10/30(木) 20:14:43.28 ID:BO8RUW5y [1/2]

He has completely forgotten Indonesians colonaized by Hollnad.lolololol

6 名前:<丶`∀´>(´・ω・`)(`ハ´  )さん@転載は禁止[sage] 投稿日:2014/10/30(木) 20:15:41.05 ID:FkpwVHh+

I know the Dutch are shameless, so it doesn't matter to me.

802
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 20:40:16  ID:iEOeh3sj.net(5)
Wait...this is from Korean media.
a little too hastily

803
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/30 21:40:31  ID:wJHeOLvT.net
I watched several videos about "college is a rip-off" on youtube
and wondered for what the college exists and was originally developed.
American college graduates, starring in the videos, complained about not being hired by any company
even though they successfully graduated from the colleges with some bachelor degrees.
I often see / hear this sort of comment in Japan too, say, I should have started working after high school instead of going on to college.
But the idea that college curriculum and degree are directly connected to job at company and college students can take it for granted,
it is wrong isn't it?

804
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 00:27:11  ID:1KCA+dEP.net(2)
>794
are you chubby bear? that's why 2丁目 guys envies of you.
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805
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 02:38:15  ID:0qKx9lZm.net
>796
It's okay. Nothing embarrassing about opening up to people. That's what everyone else does except in real life.
>v<
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806
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 11:24:41  ID:OwE4GxZQ.net
I wonder why chubs are popular with japanese gay scene.
fitty bears are lovely though.
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807
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 11:31:11  ID:S7UF3qC+.net
>794
"my friends have said that their friendships are closed-off* and groups never mix or share
the "wrong" kinds of information, so your music friend would never talk about their day job"

I don't get this. Why would your music friend never talk about their day job?
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808
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 12:26:57  ID:87Hso5Nh.net(2)
>805
You persistent

809
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 12:51:42  ID:DZAUWNpq!.n
>804
So, that's an interesting question. For the US, I am not terribly masculine, I'm not very hairy,
I'm not super chubby, etc. In Japan, though, I'm very hairy, much more overweight, and treated
as a manly man. In the US I wouldn't be considered a bear, but in 二丁目, maybe I would?
I don't /think/ I've had gay men in Japan hit on me, but I might not have read the situation
correctly, too. (I do wonder about some of my friends....)

>807
Maybe they didn't want their hobbies to get back to their coworkers? Or maybe they were jealous
of their privacy? I don't get it, either.
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810
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/31 13:47:30  ID:3FiEdW11.net
bitch please mothoerfucker!

811
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 14:40:57  ID:1KCA+dEP.net(2)
>809
Right. japanese bear/chubby means bit diffrent from westerns one.
western bear/chubby categories are usually so overweight or so hairly and sometimes masculine compared to japanese one.
japanese bear/chubby is usually just tendency of overweight, hairly, masculine, but not necesary.
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812
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 15:06:25  ID:4J/fBxtC.net
If Tomita is falsely accused of theft, my hatred toward Korean will be 1000 hateth from 900.
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813
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 16:53:45  ID:IVgmqsS0.net(3)
Hatred will just cause another hatred.
I hope you will fight against and beat it.

814
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 16:59:06  ID:HZyyLrkL.net(5)
>811
Seems like you are a serious expert on that subject...

815
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:01:17  ID:HZyyLrkL.net(5)
Fuck all gaijins out there!

You filthy gaijins! don't go out unless you take a shower and put on a deodorant!!!!!

816
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:09:54  ID:HZyyLrkL.net(5)
Hope no gaijins at gym today!

So stinky so kimoi

817
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:25:34  ID:bXolbl5Rs(2)
wat

818
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:19:04  ID:HZyyLrkL.net(5)
>812
Fuck Koreans....

819
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:27:36  ID:HZyyLrkL.net(5)
Fuck Chinese fuck Koreans fuck Americans fuck Canadian fuck austkorean fuck British fuck French fuck German fuckfuckfuckfuckfuck


Fuck all white people and certain Asians!!!!!!

So detrimental to the world peace!!!!!!!!
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820
[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 17:41:50  ID:bXolbl5Rs(2)
You seem upset.

821
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 18:32:31  ID:IVgmqsS0.net(3)
Oh...somebody, please inject ID:HZyyLrkL with some tranquilizer...

822
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 18:50:35  ID:/Lr6LGKX.net(3)

823
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 18:53:31  ID:kStP8VGv.net
Sorry to say this but It's too late...There's no way to save him...

824
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/10/31 18:57:51  ID:GoaTewff.net
>819 yo black. But You are right about one point. Don't Korea.

825
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 19:53:16  ID:/Lr6LGKX.net(3)
>819
Why don't you get out of our planet?

826
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 19:59:45  ID:87Hso5Nh.net(2)
Ew the usual white gaijin just came to the gym...

He occupies the lifting machine thing as usual...like seriously without no fail wtf...

827
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 21:30:51  ID:IVgmqsS0.net(3)
A japanese musician once told on a tv show that he couldn't walk forward at a traffic intersection when the traffic signal changed from red to green
as he's at a loss which leg he should've moved first.
An ordinary person wouldn't have been concerned about such a thing.
I thought he's a philosopher.
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828
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/10/31 22:58:46  ID:/Lr6LGKX.net(3)
>827
Well, I'd say he needs a psychiatrist,

829
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 04:38:33  ID:+YYfBZf2!.n
Good to see this thread never changes no matter how much time passes.

830
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 07:01:58  ID:3H4/OF2S.net(2)
A thought suddenly popped up to me.
The gaijin hater might have been fucked his ass by a gaijin since then he started hating...
And due to the flashback he can't have romantic relationship with girls.

831
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 08:22:30  ID:Hbky4tGB.net
>806
I think that's not only japanese cases.
western chub/bear genre is also popular.
but western culture roots from bodybuilding and macho worships,whearas japanese does sumo and judo.
these are one cause of gay preferences.
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832
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 12:16:15  ID:gpXcprX+T(3)
My husband brought home some takuan yesterday. It stinks so bad...

833
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/01 12:05:46  ID:jAAYJPMv.net(2)
>831 yeah like all passengers look ass of assets. I sometimes think like ass.

834
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/01 12:07:58  ID:jAAYJPMv.net(2)
I can't deny I sometimes think like fatass.

835
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 13:28:46  ID:UuL/0Jrp.net(2)
I don't like Halloween. Baka people say "The next is Christmas!"
BALUS! Here is Japan.

新嘗祭(11/23) is a very supecial day for Japanese.
This is the most iportant court rituals in a year.
Tenno seizas on the hard wooden floor for two hours.
Tenno is not a King and an emperor.
Tenno is Tenno.
日王? Humanity declaration? huhuhuhu BALUS!

天皇誕生日(12/23) is more important than Christmas.
12/25 is not a national holiday. It's very natural.
If Christmas became a national holiday, baka would be happy but I was very desappointed.

836
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 15:13:07  ID:YubNxzAX.net(4)
I'm okay with Halloween but Christmas is stupid

837
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 15:22:09  ID:gpXcprX+T(3)
Christmas is my favorite holiday because it makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. There's something about the sense of togetherness and pervading cheer that isn't present during other times of the year.

838
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 15:41:36  ID:UuL/0Jrp.net(2)
12/24,25 are not national holidays this year.
I'm very happy.
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839
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 16:12:37  ID:gpXcprX+T(3)
>838
You're a strange duck.

840
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 16:11:38  ID:MaUfK5f9.net(4)
I would be jealous if my co workers, especially gorgeous ones, took two days off on 12/24 and 25.

841
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/01 16:54:13  ID:YG8Tsytc.net
If there's a bustle in your hedgerow don't be alarmed now.

842
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 18:46:38  ID:YubNxzAX.net(4)
I'm really hoping all good looking people and rich people get Ebola virus and die soon like before fucking Christmas!

That will be my this years Christmas present!

843
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 19:03:36  ID:aBoa9tWH.net
then i must be going to die.

844
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 19:05:24  ID:YubNxzAX.net(4)
I'm jealous of you

845
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 19:21:40  ID:MaUfK5f9.net(4)
Let's take a look at your image reflected on the water and be confident in your looks.
You need to be narcissistic before christmas.

846
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 19:37:25  ID:YubNxzAX.net(4)
I want to get a lot of plastic surgeries like getting a double eyelids one, nose job to make it smaller, skin laser to make it smoother etc etc

I need money and time for healing after the surgeries!!!

847
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 19:49:46  ID:MaUfK5f9.net(4)
Try them one by one unless you want your friends to be aware of that...
It must cost you a lot...

848
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 21:08:43  ID:R1Bunmfd.net(2)
You better do it all at once. The worst part of plastic surgery is its long depressing healing period. If you have to go through it more than once, you'll be mentally fucked by the time you get everything done.
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849
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 21:25:24  ID:R1Bunmfd.net(2)
Every time I hear "before he cheats"song, it reminds me of all the fun memories and makes me feel so nostalgic. (Funny how the sad song brings back fun memories lol)
Ugh but I know I can't keep holding onto the past like this. I gotta move on just like everyone else does. yossha!

850
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 21:34:35  ID:MaUfK5f9.net(4)
>848
Have you ever had plastic surgery and gone through the long depressing healing period?

851
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/01 21:39:40  ID:3H4/OF2S.net(2)
Is this a before and after thread?

852
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/01 22:06:58  ID:LbWpLZ9q.net
Why do you post the message here?

853
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 01:43:11  ID:VFVpIm+F.net(2)
English "you" is very inconvenience.
Who is(are) "you"?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/02 01:44:00  ID:g9/kJdPl.net(3)
>853
Of cource all of you!

855
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/02 01:44:53  ID:g9/kJdPl.net(3)
Woops!
of course

856
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 02:41:40  ID:VFVpIm+F.net(2)
OK!

I've been waiting here until a man comes back since a certain time.

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857
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 03:03:20  ID:bWSNz0Ww.net
>853
Though in spoken, there is a word "yous" for multiple people.
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858
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 08:23:30  ID:+Tro5hzQ!.n(3)
>857
Yous/youse/youze is very region-specific.
In the US, it's considered an East Coast (primarily NYC and Philadephia) thing.
In the American South, "y'all" is the preferred second-person plural.

859
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 10:16:27  ID:mSIseDRU.net
害酷人 is not correct since gaijins are not human!
They are like garbages so 害酷塵 is more appropriate in my opinion
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860
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 10:42:26  ID:5YSXaLltR(2)
He's back...

861
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:13:22  ID:+Tro5hzQ!.n(3)
>859
吾輩は猫である。
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862
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:38:54  ID:H4uBT0L/.net(5)
I'm at McDonald again and enjoy ベーコンレタスバーガー with of course cola zero!!!!

It's super crowded because of some kind of local festival going on?
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863
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:42:33  ID:H4uBT0L/.net(5)
>861
Desperately trying so hard to make you look smart?

Just out of curiosity did you study abroad in Japan like as an exchange student or something?
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864
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:42:49  ID:Nqv4tldM.net(3)
You're obsessed with cola zero.
Your blood is partially made from cola zero.
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865
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:49:35  ID:H4uBT0L/.net(5)
>864
True I'm so obsessed even I can drink with breakfast, lunch, dinner!

It's so easy like literally I can put it on my face in hot summers days!

866
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:52:05  ID:wspEz+ge.net(4)
why did you chose cola zero? zero drinks already have been reported indifferent from overweight and diabete. you should care adverse effects .

867
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 11:56:29  ID:H4uBT0L/.net(5)
Because it's so refreshing and calorie zero!

I mean like if you have this choice the regular cola and the zero one you will definitely choose the latter right?

Something like that?

Whenever I order at McDonalds, I subconsciously order the zero one like even without thinking!!!!!!!

868
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 12:06:57  ID:g9/kJdPl.net(3)
>856
OMG... That's so long way...

869
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 12:40:12  ID:Nqv4tldM.net(3)
821 doesn't need to wait for him any longer...

870
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 12:44:17  ID:+Tro5hzQ!.n(3)
>863
Smart? No. Humorous, yes.

I didn't go to school in Japan; I was working a regular job, although it was for an
American company. (I found out that Japanese taxes are far higher than American taxes,
too.)
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871
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 13:20:13  ID:H4uBT0L/.net(5)
I want to go to UCLA because it sounds cool and smart and lots of Asians

Actually I heard UCLA stands for university of California lots of Asian

872
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 13:23:07  ID:wspEz+ge.net(4)
artificial sweetener remains for a long time, which makes me so weird.

873
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 13:29:38  ID:T+Nyhu1+.net
>870
Well, I'm afraid you are not humorous at all, but someday you could be humorous by any chance.
Hang in there!

874
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 14:41:24  ID:NMioPsWQ.net(2)
>862
Even though you're supporting an evil gaijin corporation, and even though
I don't really like McDonald's, have you tried the Tonkatsu Burger?
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875
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 16:13:57  ID:WXel0MEL.net(2)
>874
Hey it's been a while! You're still in Nagoya eating miso things?

Nope! I usually don't buy season limited things and also I don't like katsu because it's too heavy! But I can eat French flies lololol
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876
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 16:30:22  ID:NMioPsWQ.net(2)
>875
Yep, still in Nagoya! Haven't tried much with miso yet though. Still
have Misokatsu, Misonikomi and Miso softcream on my list. Still haven't
tried Tebasaki or Kishimen either. Or Taiwan Ramen...

Went to Yokkaichi a week ago, to an Okinawan Awamori celebration. The
average age was probably 55-60. But it was 食べ放題 and 飲み放題, and
Okinawan food is really good. There were some Enka performances. One
guy even had his fanclub of three older women there.
http://i.imgur.com/l2I9qhD.jpg

The French fries are probably the best thing on McDonald's menu! I
also really like them. Kind of want to try some seasonal limited things,
because we just don't get those in the UK. Not interesting ones, anyway.

877
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 16:44:39  ID:wspEz+ge.net(4)
i think McDonald should make miso-burger.

878
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 16:52:44  ID:Nqv4tldM.net(3)
Beef and cheese, sandwiched between miso and miso instead of bread.

879
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 17:20:02  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
damn! I missed eating Ikasumi burger!

880
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 17:37:40  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
as for tonkatsu burger, the sauce is way too sweet.
what's more the slice of pork is too tiny for its price.
i paid \669 for the yucky thing without coupon :-(

881
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 17:41:05  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
sumaho is a must in eating at MCD.
my garake- can't receive their coupons :-(
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882
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 17:57:31  ID:WXel0MEL.net(2)
Okay now I'm at 一風堂 slurping some random ramen and baked gyoza!

883
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 18:13:11  ID:wspEz+ge.net(4)
>881
you eager to eat cheaply at McDonald?
so how about registering Gapbuster?

884
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 18:40:36  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
I'm not a big fan of MCD, but quite curious about wired foods (^-^;
gapbuster sounds fun! :-)

885
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 19:48:48  ID:IY88R//a.net(2)
i like domdom hamburger.
but the burger chain is so rare in my town.

886
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 19:51:44  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
fleshness ... ooops freshness rules!!!!

887
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 19:54:26  ID:IY88R//a.net(2)
i would often go to this burger joint called glicoa in the 80s.
i remember their burgers have sliced cucumber in it, instead of pickles.
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888
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 19:55:51  ID:6YTA3ceT.net(2)
i'm chatting with germany, american and british girl
they use easy word which i can understand
and they are so pretty
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889
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 20:02:56  ID:tVuRvqU5.net(6)
>887
that's a welcome change.
pickles gross!!!!
i always take it away when eating burgers.

890
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 20:32:44  ID:5YSXaLltR(2)
>888
How did you meet them?

891
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 20:35:16  ID:i+YJwBhB.net(2)
>888
Of course they are being nice 'cause it's their job!

892
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 20:52:36  ID:i+YJwBhB.net(2)
Just kidding. Whatever the case, do your best to get them. 笑

893
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/02 20:57:23  ID:6YTA3ceT.net(2)
yeah i try to do my best !
to talk with other country people in english is the best way of study for me
they can help me and understand my english which is not correct

894
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 00:44:26  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
I really like pickles. I love them sliced in hamburgers, and as a sweet
relish in hot dogs. Sometimes I put them into toasted cheese and ham
sandwiches.

What other food should I try?
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895
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 01:18:49  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
You should try 辛 ramen because it's too spicy that it's highly likely you get diarrhea and then you'll hate Korean because it's a Korean ramen! lol
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896
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 01:42:22  ID:5+hAelyO.net
>894
have you ever eaten horse meat?
if not, you should try corned beef-like stuff called "ニューコーンドミート" or "ニューコンミート".

by the way, when i was a kid in the 80, 90s, i often ate cheap sausages containing rabbit meat.
but nowadays rabbit meat is rare, isn't it? why?
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897
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 01:46:38  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>895
Actually, 2 weeks ago, a Korean gave me some Shin Ramen. Then another
one cooked it for me. This was the result. However, my stomach was fine
afterwards.

http://i.imgur.com/FJMY8FP.jpg
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898
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 01:48:46  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>896
I haven't tried horse meat yet, though it's quite common in France and
other countries in Europe. Actually, I've not seen it on a menu here yet.
But I'll try and find that, thanks for the recommendation!

As for rabbit, it's sometimes eaten in the UK, as roasted meat or in a pie.
However, I've still not seen any in Japan yet...

899
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 01:55:39  ID:vCJAp9J0.net(4)
>894
Everytime my gaijin friends visit me in japan, i take them to Ootoya.
Not expensive, and you'll got lots of cooking ideas.
There seems to be 6 chains in nagoya.
http://www.ootoya.com/tenpo.asp?pref=%E6%84%9B%E7%9F%A5%E7%9C%8C&am...;city=1414946930

I recommend "kurozu series."
http://www.ootoya.com/menu.asp?tcid=1
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900
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 03:10:28  ID:N0JPs8UU.net(3)
Is that you? Thought you're a girl.

901
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 04:23:30  ID:Uuj91QOX.net
I tried Shin ramen some time ago but couldn't finish it. It's way too spicy. Which is why only Shin ramen was left unsold when people rushed into the food store after the earthquake.


I tried horse meat when I was on a junior school trip. My friend said he'd heard horse meat tasted pretty nice, so let's try it out, so we bought a pack at the souvenir shop.
This is kind of funny in hindsight, because in Japan, horse meat is considered a side food for beer, and we were only 10 or so at the time.
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902
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 07:04:37  ID:1pzgx6/K.net(2)
I went to Kouchi prefecture in May last year and there ate Katsuo-no-tataki (初鰹).
Yummy yummy.
Then, I visited a flower shop in Nara and told the shop owner about that.
The owner nodded and recommended to me that I try Kujira-no-saezuri (クジラの"舌"の部分) someday.

903
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 08:22:00  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
>897
You don't have sparkling blue eyes nor gorgeous green eyes?!

I'm so disappointed....
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904
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 09:29:24  ID:4Gn2ls9T.net
that is your stereotype of british lol

905
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 09:43:11  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
I know not so many people in the uk don't have blue eyes nor green eyes but having these is so special since I'm boring Japanese who have brown eyes....

I wish I had light brown eyes like my father!!!!!!!!!!

906
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 09:45:15  ID:1pzgx6/K.net(2)
I've got interested in energy drinks such as redbull or monster energy
and drunk can after can.
I'm thinking about whether I drink more than the funny guy drinks cola zero.
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907
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 09:50:15  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
>906
I'm the funny guy lol

I heard it's so good to drink red bull with alchohol!!!!!!

908
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 12:48:53  ID:Rry+z2vF.net
American probably think Yoshida Junki, who runs the Yoshida Group( Yoshida sauce), is Japanese.
He has never had a Japanese nationality.
His type of face is not Japanese.


Anonymous(Japan) 11/02/14(Sun)15:26:46 No.32692116

https://i.4cdn.org/int/1414909606716.jpg

Anonymous(America) 11/02/14(Sun)15:29:42 No.32692163

>32692116
uhhh....

Japan/Korean/Chinese?

Anonymous 11/02/14(Sun)15:31:03 No.32692193

>32692163
bu~~!

Korea/Japan/China

You can't be east asian experts!


Japanese, Chinese and Korean are not the same type of face.

909
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:08:01  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>903
Sorry to disappoint you! In light, they're green-brown (hazel), but
they're definitely not light-coloured.

>901
The Korean girl who cooked it for me kept telling me to stop and throw
it out, while I was eating it. She added cheese and sesame oil for
flavour. However, I managed to finish it.

Mm... a side-food for beer? Is it something we might find at an izakaya?
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910
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:21:42  ID:DTFr8Msqq
I'll be baaaaaaaaaaaaack

911
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:27:07  ID:eoTj+Zeh.net(3)
>909
Apology accepted! But hazel? Ew

That's the color my fucking host mother had!!!!!
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912
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:30:36  ID:eoTj+Zeh.net(3)
Guess what?

Where am I at now? At McDonald's again!

But today I ordered tonkatsu one with of course cola zero!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm such a royal customer of McDonald right?
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913
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:51:46  ID:6a/5qpHT6(2)
>912
*loyal
Are you OK eating McDonald's so often? I don't think it's very good for your health...

914
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 14:45:22  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>912
You should be an honorary American! How was the tonkatsu burger?

>911
Sorry again! But to be fair, you probably have a similar eye colour
to Kim Jong-Un!
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915
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 15:14:52  ID:eoTj+Zeh.net(3)
>914
It was fine but I didn't like the sauce because it's a bit sweet!

Omg you just made a racist comment....
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916
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 15:44:45  ID:IfEx6pOp.net(3)
>915
I guess McDonald's staffs will begin to pass you cola zero before you order...

917
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 18:14:54  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>899
Thanks for the recommendation, Eitarou! I went there for lunch today,
and got the chicken with vegetables in black vinegar set meal. It was
much bigger than expected, and was very tasty!

http://i.imgur.com/GJ0J99D.jpg

918
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 19:39:34  ID:vCJAp9J0.net(4)
any time ;-)
I was able to make it even in Germany.

black vinegar sauce is made up of :
black vineger (avairable in asian market), soy sauce, sugar, salt, starch
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919
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 19:41:41  ID:vCJAp9J0.net(4)
hmmmm, the site says they use sake and apple juice as well.
I didn't know that and will try next time.

920
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:23:57  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
Omg the British one finally has learned how to put a picture on 2ch....

Watch out everyone out there!!!

He will bombard you with self serving pictures soon!!!
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921
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:30:55  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
Also I'm surprised he can eat miso soup...usually gaijins can't take it like saying its stinky or whatever

922
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:40:42  ID:6a/5qpHT6(2)
Really? I've never met a person who dislikes miso soup.

923
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:38:47  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
I want a new iPhone6 because it perfectly fits with my hands!!! It's a beautiful beautiful device....
But I can't because I've used iPhone 5S for just a year now...

924
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:39:45  ID:/f0gtOAt.net(7)
>920
I've been posting pictures on 2ch for years! As for miso soup, it's
really nice. The taste is maybe unusual for many foreigners, but it's
quite gentle after a meal with a rich sauce. However, I don't like
漬物 so much.

>918
Thanks again, I'll try making a meal with it sometime soon. I'm trying
to decide what to make for my housemates this week. So far, I've made Thai
Green Curry, Vienna Schnitzel, Enchiladas, and Tagliatelle Genovese. I'm
trying to make things they've never tried before.

925
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 20:55:49  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
Someone is a food connoisseur but I'm a junk food connoisseur!!!!!!

It's so wired he likes pickles but doesn't like Japanese pickles? Wtf....

How about みそ汁ぶっかけごはん?

I absolutely can't eat it because it's not appealing at all and vulgar like gaijins!!!!

They are all gaijins so they will love it for sure!!!!!!!!!!!!

926
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 21:05:52  ID:N0JPs8UU.net(3)
You may have notice there are two types of British living in Japan. One is stuck-up, cynical and passive aggressive. The other is seemingly nice and polite but there's something very superficial about their niceness. I can't quite say which is better.

927
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 21:06:27  ID:N0JPs8UU.net(3)
You may have→you may

928
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 21:55:23  ID:IfEx6pOp.net(3)
Please let me post the 888th comment...

929
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 22:03:19  ID:ihpc4SSA.net(9)
Congrats!
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930
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 22:12:33  ID:IfEx6pOp.net(3)
>929
Th...Thank you very macho.
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931
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 22:41:38  ID:VEiQxvs3.net
>930
You know who he is so responded that way, right?

932
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 23:00:27  ID:AIlVCPZY.net
Here's an American joke.

John and Nick were travelling throug a jungle.
John was wearing jungle boots but Nick was wearing jogging shoes.
Then John asked Nick "Hey Nick, What are you wearing jogging shoes for in a place like this ?"
Nick said "I heard that chitas are around here, so I gotta run fast when they come after us"
John laughed at him and said "Are you kidding? How can you be so faster than chitas with joging shoes?"
Nick said "No problem John. All I gatta do is just running faster than you."

933
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/03 23:26:15  ID:vCJAp9J0.net(4)
HAHAHA!!! XD
nick, what a moron!
"chitas" cant be in the jungle, lololololol

934
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 01:35:29  ID:7Qsn8jKr.net(2)
You mean cheetahs?

935
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 02:57:55  ID:9kLzKGrL.net(5)
I think cheetahs are in savannahs. not in jungles :o)

936
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 03:50:17  ID:7Qsn8jKr.net(2)
Ah okay that's true. But I think the punch line of this joke is at the very end. So Nick said all he has to do is run faster. Why? Because cheetah will go after the slower one. Nick can get away while the cheetah is attacking John.
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937
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 05:49:42  ID:35kIAuru!.n(4)
Cheetahs are very cunning.
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938
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 08:09:57  ID:/SIGxP5o.net(2)
Here's another one,

Let me tell you a secret to keep going well with your wife.
Once a week, go out for movie and have some gorgeous dinner
with a beautiful view at a nice restaurant on the top floor.

Wife goes on Wednesday, I go on Saturday.

939
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 08:17:57  ID:g9mzpTDF.net(3)
>937
your attempt failed!


by the way way way, they will never ever be caught by chita.

Do you know why?

because in this case chita means suizenji, not animal, and she always walks three steps forward then two steps back.
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940
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 08:18:44  ID:/SIGxP5o.net(2)
That's a nice one !

941
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 08:19:57  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
I love Cheetos!

942
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 08:21:19  ID:nLP6TCcq.net(2)
Umm, each joke is funny to me.

943
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 12:40:17  ID:TQP2+S2A.net(3)
Seems like the fag is playing up to イギリス人!

Be careful! Your ass is in danger!
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944
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:11:51  ID:nLP6TCcq.net(2)
There is no telling what will happen to your ass in the future.
No matter how careful and alarmed you are.....it is captured when it is captured.

945
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:21:15  ID:TQP2+S2A.net(3)
Enough said!

946
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:33:01  ID:g9mzpTDF.net(3)
>943
You should've used "brown nosing" in that context, instead of "playing up to".
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947
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:37:26  ID:TQP2+S2A.net(3)
>946
Thank you! I just learnt the new phrases verb!

948
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:52:54  ID:9kLzKGrL.net(5)
Is there any reason for me to brownnose you japanese english speakers?
I know enough about Japan already, and to learn English, at least for me,
is not for it, but to know other worlds.
We got to do omotenashi for gaijins here :-)

949
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 13:56:15  ID:9kLzKGrL.net(5)
>936
I know XD
I tried grinning at the other parts on purpose :-)

950
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 14:06:17  ID:9kLzKGrL.net(5)
I have a soft spot for guys with pale colored eyes :-P

951
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 14:09:43  ID:QNsw0sFV.net
why are you charmed with eye color ?
it's a trivial thing for me.
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952
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 14:46:05  ID:S7LBgCLe.net(2)
I like blue or grayish eye color. They're smoking hot.

953
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 14:57:51  ID:S7LBgCLe.net(2)
Phew okay, now I have the rest of the day off. But the problem is what to do?
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954
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 15:05:31  ID:/xk5gHQY.net(2)
Blue eyes actually have no colour. They're blue for the same reason
the sky appears blue. The refraction and scattering of certain wavelengths
of the light spectrum.

>953
Take photographs of cats.

955
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 16:59:01  ID:35kIAuru!.n(4)
>939
I guess it was a cougar and not a cheetah, then.
おじさんギャグ humor aside, you know カンニング is 和製英語 and not the same as "cunning", right?

956
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:29:38  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
Being fat is ugly

957
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:31:44  ID:g9mzpTDF.net(3)
健全でない言葉が含まれているため表示しません 内容を確認する
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958
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:33:05  ID:9kLzKGrL.net(5)
>951
Have you ever had someone peering you with light blue eyes?
It's quite hard to explain why something attracts you sexually!
I am not captured by dark-eye-guys very much,
even though they are super cute like Orlando Bloom.

959
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:33:47  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
Gaijins are so ugly

960
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:57:02  ID:35kIAuru!.n(4)
>957
Heh! There are jokes about "cunning linguists" which are similar to what you thought.
My not-very-good joke was that "cheetah" is pronounced nearly the same as "cheater".
("Cougar" is slang for "sexually aggressive older woman".)
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961
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 17:59:29  ID:/xk5gHQY.net(2)
>960
We had a couple linguists here a couple years ago, so we added them
to the thread intro paragraph as cunning linguists.

962
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 18:02:24  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
健全でない言葉が含まれているため表示しません 内容を確認する
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963
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 18:13:26  ID:35kIAuru!.n(4)
>962
We can go back to talking about くそみそテクニク or my beautiful blue-grey eyes
that the boys all love, I guess. Uho!
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964
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 18:23:55  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
>963
wtf are you talking about?

Instead of wasting time here, you fucking retarded obese American should get some exercise to lose some weight you fucker
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965
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 19:28:51  ID:ddjM4xpa2
Someone's upset again...

966
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/04 22:53:19  ID:3Ur05N+1.net(6)
This is America xD

GOD BLESS AMERICA

http://i.imgur.com/aWRLnEW.jpg

967
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 02:20:06  ID:0e3WDmgj.net
>964
Saying lose weight to americans is one of the most cruel things in the world...
We should let them become fat as much as they want. If they get slim, then they are not american anymore.

968
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 02:56:37  ID:fjDUE249!.n
I almost want to say the nationalism and racism displayed in this thread is ironic.

Then I remember where I am.
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969
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 03:15:10  ID:K7megeQL.net(5)
Don't Korea!

970
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 03:28:25  ID:6kzesIqm.net(4)
It's too late, I've Korea'd.

971
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 04:23:46  ID:K7megeQL.net(5)
You've already stopped human ((((;゚Д゚))))gakugakuburuburu

972
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 04:29:52  ID:6kzesIqm.net(4)
<丶`∀´> Kimchi #1ニダ

973
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 04:38:34  ID:K7megeQL.net(5)
not Kimuchi...
You exactly Korea.

974
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 04:45:23  ID:6kzesIqm.net(4)
Two of the people I live with right now are Korean. However, they're
both really nice. And neither of them know how to make kimchi.
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975
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 04:58:31  ID:K7megeQL.net(5)
I don't believe nice Korean.
If they think Takeshima is Korean territory or comfort women are true history, they are not nice.
They are only ordinary citizens.

976
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 05:46:53  ID:q+b9AQGO.net
You judge whether some korean is nice or not in terms of only two points,
takeshima teritory and comfort women history?
Oh, my.

977
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 06:12:47  ID:r6IR1foZ.net
>968
I feel exactly the same as you when I browse 4chan. (4chan's racism is far more terrible though)
Anonymous boards are pretty similar no matter where you go after all.

978
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 08:02:28  ID:BjX16iV3.net(3)
>974
The reason your Korean roommates are nice to you is that you are white

If you were say like Indonesian or Thai or whatever, they would not nice at all they even go like discriminating!

979
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 08:14:15  ID:BjX16iV3.net(3)

980
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/05 09:11:41  ID:KXlIbnGw.net
come on Wednesday!

981
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 11:24:50  ID:IQ64HXTa.net
My experiment doesn't go well.
never ending contamination

982
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 11:39:31  ID:A4ORPzen.net
Hey guys! What's up ?

983
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 12:01:17  ID:K7megeQL.net(5)
Of course, I'll teach them the true history at the same time.
If they don't understand the true history, they are not nice.

984
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 13:45:57  ID:SXUPk0+3.net
Japanese have been forced to tolerate
Korean's favoritism for decades even in Japan.

985
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 13:54:05  ID:NHwLwnte.net(4)
I want to communicate with you guys, but now I can't stay calm for a private reason.
I will take a nap and return back to this thread a few hours later...

986
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 14:15:38  ID:6kzesIqm.net(4)
One of the Koreans hasn't even mentioned comfort women or Takeshima.

The other one said she didn't like Shimane-ken because of Takeshima.
And she didn't like Hideyoshi Toyotomi due to the capturing of Seoul.
However, I solved the Takeshima situation by claiming them for myself.
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987
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/05 14:48:30  ID:hsGZrsyy.net

988
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/05 14:54:58  ID:GvCFtlg1.net
this borad is available for real foreigners?
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989
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 14:57:17  ID:NinS1vuD.net(3)
we generally are indiffrent to korean (people, things or whatever)
except the folks hating korean. that's so ironic XD
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990
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 15:00:37  ID:NinS1vuD.net(3)
>988
this is 2ch.
you can write anything no matter what anyone says :-)

991
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 16:47:28  ID:Af3aoHf/L
>988
Depends on what you mean by "real foreigners".

992
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 16:48:05  ID:PKnQ+mPD!.n
>988
Yes, there are real live foreigners here. And we're not shy about talking.

993
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 18:18:47  ID:NT2qgxgi.net(2)
Not shy about being fat? Lololol

994
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 19:18:25  ID:NT2qgxgi.net(2)
>989
Why ironic? Faggot?

995
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 19:31:07  ID:NinS1vuD.net(3)
The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference.
The opposite of beauty is not ugliness, it's indifference.
The opposite of faith is not heresy, it's indifference.
And the opposite of life is not death, but indifference between life and death.

Elie Wiesel, US News & World Report (27 October 1986)
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996
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:09:13  ID:8FlalIi/.net(2)
>995
Indifference makes nothing, that's all.

997
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:19:24  ID:NHwLwnte.net(4)
May I know what indifference to indifference is like?

998
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:21:01  ID:NHwLwnte.net(4)
May I know how you behave when you are strongly disapointed at the situation you are in?

999
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:28:23  ID:NHwLwnte.net(4)
I'm wondering whether the day will come again when I can say "life is wonderful and I'm grateful I'm alive".

1000
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:31:18  ID:8FlalIi/.net(2)
Japanese smile to hide their feelings.

1001
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:40:14  ID:w7TCGb04.net(2)
I lost my poket wifi last month and was kind of forgetting about it until today when I sat in my massage chair 笑 and thought" hey, it'd be really nice if I can watch movies or Hulu on my laptop while sitting here like this".
Since my stupid house wifi doesn't work I need my poket wifi to go on the internet on laptop.
I will call up SoftBank tomorrow and ask what to do. oh fuck, what a pain in the ass

1002
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 22:52:55  ID:BjX16iV3.net(3)
I hate dentist

1003
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/05 23:38:33  ID:w7TCGb04.net(2)
I haven't been to the dentist since I stopped going there in the middle of the cavity treatment. They killed the nerve in my cavity tooth so I don't feel whatever's going on lol

1004
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 00:08:59  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
>986
>However, I solved the Takeshima situation by claiming them for myself.

Someone kind translate it into Japanese, please.

1005
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 02:58:05  ID:lhaNclPe.net(3)
As well as two Koreans, I also live with a Japanese dentist.
However, I also don't like dentists. But as a person, I like him.

1006
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 03:14:04  ID:Zq2eedUT.net(4)
bra bra bra bra bra bra , I like talking.
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1007
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 04:03:08  ID:lhaNclPe.net(3)
>1006
Please talk more and fill up the thread.
Also, what is your favourite kind of bra?
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1008
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 04:15:25  ID:G89xjzp6.net
>1007
Out of curiusity, did you happen to recognize she/he meant to write
blah-blah-blah instead of bra bra bra. As you know, Japanese English learners
find it hard to distinguish l and r sounds.
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1009
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 07:38:26  ID:2te9/moc!.n
Cotton unwired bras are the most comfortable. However the stupid
bra companies don't want women's comfort. They say "Oh we are a
style company, we don't make comfortable bras". Yes they say that
without an ounce of shame. It is obvious that the world is run by men.
Noone gives a damn about health, comfort and well being.
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1010
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 08:21:22  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Big tits are justice

Small tits? Fuck

1011
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 08:24:55  ID:PiWWqfYF.net
Hey イギリス人, I'm a big cycle road race fan, so can you tell me how popular the british cyclists like Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome are over there?
Are they like national heroes or something?
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1012
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 09:50:56  ID:IMwST34c.net(3)
あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

1013
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 09:52:55  ID:IMwST34c.net(3)
あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

1014
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 09:53:31  ID:IMwST34c.net(3)
あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)

あああああああああああああああああああああああああああああああ!!!!!!!!!!!(ブリブリブリブリュリュリュリュリュリュ!!!!!!ブツチチブブブチチチチブリリイリブブブブゥゥゥゥッッッ!!!!!!!)
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1015
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 10:55:08  ID:Sun60q4+.net(3)
I tried as many kinds of boil-in-bag curry as possible these days.
Now, I'm preparing a boil-in-bag curry 銀座カリー, which has been dipped in boiled water.
I can't wait for five minutes or so.

1016
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 12:20:11  ID:ZcHqWTOX.net
it is easy to pour the curry over rice and microwave it.
waiting to boil water is so time consuming

1017
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 12:56:25  ID:Sun60q4+.net(3)
You're right.
I bought a microwave two years ago, but haven't used until now.

1018
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 13:06:25  ID:sYZ3/Ea2.net
I want to do titty fuck

1019
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 13:21:01  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
Oh, there is nobody kind here...
I am very kind. (^o^)ノ~◎ >1014
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 14:09:16  ID:Zq2eedUT.net(4)
fuck come on Thursday!!

1021
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 14:21:15  ID:Zq2eedUT.net(4)
I'm not sure what Avenomics thinking. Not yet the timing to sell those stocks you have. 17,000 isn't that expensive.
At least 20,000 is the standard. hopefully 22,000 of Nikkei. According to the economic history.

1022
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 15:03:35  ID:Sun60q4+.net(3)
>1019
I would say only one roll of paper isn't enough for >1014...by considering the noise he made.
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1023
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 15:55:54  ID:lhaNclPe.net(3)
>1008
Actually, I didn't think of that at all. Different countries have
different ways of expressing just generic speech, so that's what
I was thinking. However, you're right about the l/r thing. I've
recently passed by some signs advertising 'restaulants'. In speech,
I've found that many Japanese people handle l and r very well.

>1011
Actually, yes, since the 2012 Olympics and Tour de France, Bradley
Wiggins has received a knighthood (now Sir Bradley Wiggins), and is
a national sporting hero. Chris Froome is also very well-known, due
to his Tour de France victory last year, but not as much as Wiggins.
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1024
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 16:38:14  ID:Zq2eedUT.net(4)
>1023 wut?

1025
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:30:08  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Baka foreigners should kill themselves!

1026
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:32:29  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1 Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1

Just in case for Baka foreigners

I know I know I'm so awesome!

YOU ARE WELCOME!

1027
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:36:10  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Why gaijins are so kimoi and stinky?

1028
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:44:40  ID:JV7f5Y6nF(2)
I think you ought to have a lie down.

1029
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:42:48  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Today I tried to check up on my Instagram and then it tuned out my account was freaking deleted!!!!!

Fuck Baka gaijins!!!! I just posted the true comments like "fuck Chinks you Tibetan murderers!!!!!!" And then my account was deleted wtf....

1030
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 17:43:52  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Also last week I logged in my YouTube account and then this was also deleted....

1031
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 18:06:41  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Being gaijin is a crime against humanity
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1032
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:06:02  ID:19D3uUOx.net(2)
>1031
Please relax...
May I know what you think about you being a gaijin for the foreigners?
The existence of you is a crime against humanity?
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1033
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:24:48  ID:JLOsfvJ4!.n
>1009
Many women have not been fitted properly for bras. Often, the band is too big and the cups too small.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Jk55ep4XUQ is a nice guide, although it uses inches and Imperial units.

1034
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:33:06  ID:uKhJqcSn.net(2)
>1032
That's not gonna happen for sure because I'll never go to freaking foreign countries!

1035
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:33:07  ID:2pWYndQX.net
>1032
I'd like you to become aware that feeding the troll means elating it.

1036
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:33:41  ID:uKhJqcSn.net(2)
Omg the baka fatty pig just have come here...

1037
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:48:18  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
Don't Korea anymore!

>1022
>ブツチチブブブチチチチ

His anus is all bloody.

1038
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 19:57:47  ID:N3/brtWC.net(3)
>1009
It's sad the world is still very much male oriented and double standards are accepted.
It's the obvious fact but some men and women who live to suck up to men can't admit it.
And then they say bullshit like feminism is all about bullying and degrading men. I hate that.

1039
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:27:18  ID:JV7f5Y6nF(2)
I'm making tonjiru tonight! I'm excited, because I like tonjiru. But the konnyaku is so stinky... What are you having for dinner tonight?

1040
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:14:08  ID:N3/brtWC.net(3)
There's a pretty girl sitting next to a gaijin at Starbux...Looking at them reminds me of a sickening white guy I met somewhere.
He was bragging about fucking an underage girl and everyone else there was like oh man this guy is fucking sick. But then again I've gone on a date with way older guys before. Maybe people looked at us that way. Haa

1041
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:14:45  ID:N3/brtWC.net(3)
*pretty school girl

1042
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:25:18  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
Oops today I didn't do this.

Don't korea!

1043
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:28:44  ID:19D3uUOx.net(2)
Please let me post the 999th comment in this thread...I like a comic titled "銀河鉄道999".

1044
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 20:40:11  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(9)
If this post is 1000 all retarded gaijins will be gone forever!!!!!!! FUCKKKKKK

1045
1001[]   投稿日:0000/00/00 00:00:00
このスレッドは1000を超えました。
もう書けないので、新しいスレッドを立ててくださいです。。。

1046
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 12:17:23  ID:NVHu+oKcY
come on man you can do it you will be able to do it! It's not finished yet!
all right there you go good boy. You can do it now.
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