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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 22:29:35  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(2)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/06 22:31:21  ID:fJzTYyUE.net(2)
YOU ARE WELCOME!!!!!

YOU HUMAN LOOKING ANIMALS!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 22:39:38  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
>1
Totemo Guzzyobu!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 22:50:22  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
I hate the Korean living in Japan because they hate Japanese.
They do hate-speech demonstrations.
They say the objection against the right to vote for foreigners is a hate speech.
The things which they don't like are all hate speeches.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 23:34:27  ID:PeDcFx1U.net
I've been wondering why Koreans are ugly?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/06 23:44:44  ID:ybJnAexM.net(3)
I don't think so very much, because Mongolian people are not ugly.
They are very Kakkoii.

Korean mental comes out in their faces, I guess.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 00:25:33  ID:Nn/Zx3mP.net(2)
>5
Because Korea used to send beautiful ones to China long time ago when Korea was a part of China

So naturally ugly ones with ugly DNA have remained in the Korean Peninsula lol

That's why they're all ugly now lol

So that's why they love getting plastic surgery lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 00:35:13  ID:HP7rGTqN.net(2)
It's weird. When you're having fun, time seems to fly. When you're waiting for something fun ahead, time goes slowly. Ahhh hope the next one month and two weeks will pass by at the speed of light :3
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 00:50:23  ID:EuvRefTL.net(2)
>8
Are you looking forward to Christmas, or is there another event you're
excited about?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 01:09:26  ID:LtcSFn1E.net(4)
Japanese must celebrate the Harvest Festival on November 23rd.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 01:11:11  ID:HP7rGTqN.net(2)
I'm in a long distance relationship now and plan to go see my love around Christmas. So yeah I'm looking forward to what comes along with Christmas :3
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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 04:34:07  ID:i8guRcpw!.n
>11
For how long do you have the long distance relationship now?

Long distance relationships are often hard to maintain. But it can work out great too. Sometimes it might be better to not see eachother too much, so that it's more special when you see each other again.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 14:03:52  ID:tkQAQoDu.net
I feel groggy and keep on watching a laptop pc screen blankly since this morning.
I need some exercise.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 14:23:25  ID:YSU4rKZy.net
I'm guessing the top of his head is xavier.
http://yurukuyaru.com/archives/16220130.html
strange as it may sound, he may also be a missionary in a sense.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 16:34:05  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
About a couple months. Yeah you got a point there. There are some good aspects of long distance relationship. It'll make each moment together more special. That excitement when you see each other for the first time in months must be beyond description!
Also the distance gives you a chance to calm down and think about things more clearly and wisely. Whether you really need them in your life and all that.
So far it's working out for us.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 16:35:57  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
Oops >12

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 17:22:41  ID:EuvRefTL.net(2)
>15
Kind of understand how you feel.
Maybe that's one of the reasons I chose Nagoya.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 18:24:27  ID:IaIWTe3O.net(2)
I passed the pre first grade of STEP test fifteen years ago.
Just after that, I challenged the first grade test and failed it.
At that time, I thought that an ordinary japanese couldn't possibly pass the first grade.
But many japanese have actually passed the test and some of them haven't even gone abroad.
I admire those people. Incredible.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 18:40:59  ID:Nn/Zx3mP.net(2)
Awwww thank you! Actually I'm one of them!

but I have to point out that it's not "first" grade! It's "one" grade lolololol

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 18:42:50  ID:5tWqob+N!.n
>18
That's kind of how I feel about the JLPT, not that I've passed any of them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 18:48:18  ID:Geu1kZrs.net
"Pick-Up Artist" pushing Japanese women's heads down to his crotch

白人が日本で大暴れ「日本ではHしほうだい」(字幕)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grV1iDns87s

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:00:50  ID:LtcSFn1E.net(4)
I think a part of Japanese women want to marry westerners, because they want half children.
Japanese TVs seem to mislead the viewers into believeing that half is Kakkoii and is easy to success in Japan.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:11:44  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
>17
Where's your girlfriend?Tokyo?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:16:13  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
Of course I'd rather be close to him. But there's nothing we can do for now(he has work and I have school)so I need to convince myself this situation isn't too bad so I can keep going. Did you choose to live apart from your gf or bf?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:21:25  ID:IaCKOlx1.net(2)
Omg

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:24:54  ID:IaCKOlx1.net(2)
>23
In 吉原 his gf is a prostitute

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 19:52:40  ID:h278ktZ8.net(3)
>22
you should call them "mixed."
or maybe "double" as some claim.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 20:01:36  ID:LtcSFn1E.net(4)
>27
Oh, thanks.
I don't know the nuance whether it is discrimination or not.
I use it as a カタカナ英語.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 20:02:32  ID:IaIWTe3O.net(2)
>20
I guess japanese pronunciation is quite easy but kanji / hiragana / katakana characters are difficult to master for native English speakers...
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 20:32:03  ID:h278ktZ8.net(3)
It's natural whity gaijins run wild in Asia, in a way.
Huge demand and what little supply.

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 20:40:46  ID:h278ktZ8.net(3)
Even my over-100kg-fatty German friend had no time to dry his cock in Japan!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 20:53:34  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
>28
You can also say half white children/babies if you want to be more specific.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 22:02:07  ID:LtcSFn1E.net(4)
>32
Half white children isn't a discriminatory remark?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 22:40:42  ID:O1MizmVs.net
>31
How does he like Japanese manko?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/07 23:19:17  ID:YD5ilZta.net(6)
>33
Oh okay you were saying there's a negative connotation to the word "half-(race)" so it shouldn't be used. Yeah you're prolly right.
I'm not a native English speaker myself, so I don't know when it's okay to use the expression and when not.
but I hear people use it all the time. I think you don't have to worry about it too much! Look, the most important thing is not to speak perfect English but to get people to understand what you mean. (this is my excuse haha)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 00:25:59  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
>35
I see. Thanks!

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 06:02:59  ID:ZPhSrU88!.n(3)
>29
katakana and hiragana are pretty easy, although ソン/ツシ still give me trouble sometimes,
depending on the font. Kanji, on the other hand... how many ways are there to read 日?
What does 対 mean? What's the proper stroke order for 臓?

>35
Even among native speakers, it can be unclear how to phrase it so everybody's happy.
I agree that "get people to understand what you mean" is the most important part.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 10:32:53  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
Look it up in your fucking dictionary

Baka and lazy gaijin

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 11:20:38  ID:Le2/QU8N.net(3)
A huge ieon mall opens soon in my home town.
When outside too cold or too hot, taking a long walk inside the mall to keep fit will be my best pleasure!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 12:11:21  ID:xvVvxkv0.net(3)
i just prepared あんかけスパゲティ― for dinner.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 12:39:16  ID:d2ZO1q9l.net(2)
How did you make it? Difficult?

I have some アサリ shells so I'm gonna make ボンゴレ for lunch now

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 13:05:52  ID:xvVvxkv0.net(3)
no, super easy
put ham, becon, or sausage, onion, and bell pepper into a pan
simmer with カゴメ 野菜一日これ一杯 and some water
season with garlic powder, salt&pepper, and a cube of consommé
add potato starch
and then, pour over spaghetti

but unfortunately, i've never eaten real あんかけスパゲティ―, so i'm not sure if this is decent or not.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 13:19:36  ID:xvVvxkv0.net(3)
oh, sorry it is デルモンテ みんなの野菜, not カゴメ 野菜一日これ一杯.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 14:58:45  ID:uGLWBoCM.net
wut are you guys taking about? food? I got sick...and Someone, I feel I want to be taken care of...preferably JK today.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 15:30:39  ID:d2ZO1q9l.net(2)
>42
Sounds like super easy! I have never used 野菜ジュース before so I'm gonna try it!

And my ボンゴレ was good enough!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 15:45:26  ID:zyYLWerh.net(3)
Some people spend much time drinking alcoholic drinks. Addiction of alcohol.
Many Japanese don't think it is good at all.
What about addiction to milk?
Every time a bad thing happens to me and I feel nervous or discouraged or irritated,
I quickly pour milk into a cup and gulp it.
At least a package of milk (1ℓ) is far cheaper than a bottle of whiskey.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 16:19:19  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
I have a serious addiction to cola zero

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 17:28:22  ID:DPQYEYcM!.n(5)
Thank you whale eating, gaijin bashing, uberfit ultra right wing
Japanese GOD for creating this thread.
Hang on, the intro has disappeared? No stupid Johnny's fangirls?
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 17:30:49  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
>34
nope, he likes japanese chinkos.

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 17:42:39  ID:FbUvXIJDD(2)
>48
Don't worry, we're still here.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 17:51:27  ID:Le2/QU8N.net(3)
>48
I wonder if you are glad or sad about the disappeared intro?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 17:54:19  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
right wing? GOD ests 辛 ramen.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 18:14:56  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
I'd like to make "right wing" clear.

Whale eating is not right wing.
害人 bashing is not right wing.
Korean bashing is not right wing.

In Japan "right wing" is made and maintained by Media.
Korean get Japanese media, so Japanese media is not only for Japanese.
They regard normal Japanese as right wing.
This is because traitors can behave like left wing in Japan.

Gaijins don't know Japan is under the information war, not peace.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 18:52:29  ID:zyYLWerh.net(3)
When I was a student, I would try hard to make a note of what teachers wrote on blackboards.
Nowadays, students seem to use their smartphones, take pictures of what are written on blackboards with them,
and then, share the pictures with their friends on SNS...wow.
Is it acceptable for schools??

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 18:57:34  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
>48
You are the only person who appreciates for my effort to make this thread...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:04:22  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
Sorry not person
You're an alien

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:05:08  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
>52
Now you're accusing me for eating 辛ramen?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:12:11  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
God forbid!
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:17:30  ID:ZPhSrU88!.n(3)
辛ramen isn't even all that hot. You want hot, eat Thai ramen, like ไวไว.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:22:05  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
>58
Who the fuck are you?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:45:50  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
I just tried this limited orange coke and I don't like it

The regular one is so much better

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:47:18  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
Who the fuck are you to tell me "Who the fuck are you?"?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 19:51:59  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
>62
LOL

Your English

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:16:33  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
All right, all right.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:21:54  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
Lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:29:48  ID:WcP7xFdj.net(7)
My TOECI score is under 500.
I don't care about my poor English.
I don't shed tears in my frustration in front of my PC.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:36:36  ID:9Ka5qq8R.net(4)
This thread is as messed up as my mind. Maybe that's why I like to come here. Lol
Oh man I've had a bad day today and now just want to veg out for life doing nothing, not having to worry about socializing or whatever. lol I really gotta need to work on my stress coping skills huh. lol

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:59:54  ID:FbUvXIJDD(2)
I think doing karaoke for hours at a time is a good stress reliever. If you bring your own drink, it can be inexpensive, too.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 20:54:28  ID:ZPhSrU88!.n(3)
Perhaps the craziness is due to the full moon. People getting loony.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 21:02:38  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
I'm going to Tokyo tomorrow

What should I do? I thinking of going to 浅草 to learn some cultures there because I'm going to take the interview test of 通訳ガイド in December
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 21:42:00  ID:9Ka5qq8R.net(4)
>69
The thing is, though, there are no days people here are not looney haha

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 21:56:54  ID:9Ka5qq8R.net(4)
My ear hurts. And my tooth hurts. What's worse, my mind hurts. T_T whyyyyyyyy my crazy mood swings stooooopppppppp stop torturing me!!!

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:17:38  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
>70
coincidence. I'm going to date a guy in asakusa tomm.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:18:53  ID:KzUEjWmH.net(11)
>73
White guy again?
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:28:28  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
>73
yeah, but next week I have a plan to meet a Japanese.
I always get confused and clumsy when meeting Japanese guys for a first time.
I mean, we use kei-go and some honorific titles like -san, -kun etc.
and you know, the timing to get rid of them, that's quite difficult.

anyway sunday asakusa is crazy. Also, it will rain tomorrow!

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:29:03  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
ooops, 73 to >74

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:34:11  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
in my opinion, keigo has been making the Japanese society awkward.
i really don't like it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:46:33  ID:zyYLWerh.net(3)
Japanese people have to skillfully change how to call one another as they get to know one another more and more.
It depends on how old he/she is, which company he/she works for, what his/her title at the company is, what his/her annual income is etc.
It sounds silly, but it's true to quite an extent...

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:52:42  ID:DPQYEYcM!.n(5)
I love the highly civilised formal language, although I am just a beginner,
I always try to learn the etiquette as much as I can. I want the original Japan
and her ideals to be preserved against this monstrously invasive
globalist values.I am not against international relations, I just want every
country to own up their uniqueness, especially Japan.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:55:27  ID:DPQYEYcM!.n(5)
>55 Dear GOD, everyone is thankful for this thread, even if they don't state it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:57:37  ID:9Ka5qq8R.net(4)
Where can you meet so many white gay guys? Never met any in Japan. I'm assuming there's some kind of international online matching site for gay men living in Japan?
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 22:58:46  ID:DPQYEYcM!.n(5)
>51 Actually I find it refreshing without the same intro. I know
I am the stupid JE fangirl. A substitute intro would
have been interesting, but I am not holding my breath for it.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/08 23:04:19  ID:DPQYEYcM!.n(5)
>81 London and Amsterdam. In these cities women have lost the most adorable,
gorgeous, handsome men to ... other adorable, gorgeous, handsome men. Maybe
why I should move to 'merica one day. Marry a hot blue eyed
redneck from WVirginia.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 23:09:57  ID:L+xRQg5v.net(6)
>81
because I'm cute!!!! XD

If you wanna meet native english speakers,
adam4adam.com, gay.com, gaydar.co.uk and so on.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/08 23:47:07  ID:Le2/QU8N.net(3)
>80
GOD created us, literally.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 00:28:34  ID:5CCdWsB9.net(3)
>83
Oh wow hot handsome guy with another hot handsome guy? Sounds great to me lol
but yeah maybe moving to one of the super Republican states is a good idea haha it's not that there's no competition there though. They might be the same population size of gay people as in your city but just hiding in the closet!
>84
Thanks for the links but I don't think I'm qualified to sign up for any of those because I'm a woman. lol unless they mean anything that's not heterosexual by gay

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 00:49:07  ID:RbWD5zBI.net(3)
it's so early to get up tomorrow! So I'm gonna sleep

Hopefully I'll dream of dating with Colton Haynes I my sweet dream

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 06:23:18  ID:RbWD5zBI.net(3)
I didn't dream of him after all. Damn

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 07:50:37  ID:XRM4IaMV.net
Now I'm leaving for Tokyo! It's raining but excited!!!!!!!!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 08:04:38  ID:/QaTra1s.net(3)
Same here western Japan as raining.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 08:48:57  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
I'm drinking orange cola now it's bad bad bad!!!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 09:46:25  ID:9Bm0uYK5.net(3)
>89-90
Really?
I'm in Tokyo now and rain seems to have let up in the night.
It's going to rain again here is it...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 09:52:51  ID:9Bm0uYK5.net(3)
>91
Why didn't you drink cola zero as usual...?
A combination of orange and cola isn't popular anywhere in japan...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 10:03:52  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
>93
I'm one of those people who always try new products!

I often go to コンビニ to check up on new ones and try them and in most cases I'll regret lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 10:42:12  ID:9Bm0uYK5.net(3)
Aha! You're a challenger.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 10:51:55  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
I'm in Tokyo now!!!!!!! In shibuya

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 11:41:37  ID:/QaTra1s.net(3)
>92
It's been raining today, even the land of sunshine here.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 12:51:04  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
I'm at 高田馬場 now

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 12:55:29  ID:goidctDU.net
exactly like Twitter
I'm in my room now.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 14:12:44  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
Okay now it's done.
I went to dermatologist to remove moles on my body. Today I asked doctor to remove 20 moles!

Ew while I was typing this at this Chinese restaurant, this middle-aged white gaijin just came and ordered some 餃子定食 or something in broken Japanese and then even he talked to me wtf....

FUUUUUCK
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 14:20:35  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
He totally misused ですね lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 16:10:09  ID:DsSX5/+z.net(3)
I bought a microwave at Yodobashi Camera two years ago and I'm going to use it for the first time today.
I will defrost あんまん, one or two pieces.
I hope that I will be able to cook ぐらたん with it all by myself someday.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 16:11:16  ID:HEGFwPHS.net(7)
I'm so tired now!
浅草 is literally full of gaijins!!!!! Ew
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 16:30:49  ID:DsSX5/+z.net(3)
>103
Don't they hurt?
I mean, the spots where the moles were removed.
I think you should go back to your house and take a rest today.
Take care.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 17:39:43  ID:wWx6Ev6i.net(2)
>100
Were you nice to him? You could become a 人力車 runner in Asakusa and run
gaijin into traffic.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:09:50  ID:5CCdWsB9.net(3)
Lol that's like suicide bombing. He has to run backwards into the traffic so only the gaijin in the back gets squashed by a car.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:24:19  ID:Wl/b4S4G.net(4)
>104
Not at all! I'm super fine and actually the procedure was not painful at all like doctor goes like "じゃ、いきますよー" and then the sound of laser "バチッバチッ" and that's all!

Today I only removed 20 moles but it only took 10 minutes or so?

I'm gradually getting super fine skin now lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:27:01  ID:Wl/b4S4G.net(4)
>105
He asked the restaurant is good or not or whatever and I found it pain the ass so I said "I don't speak English sorry"

Lol

My very own way to escape from gaijins!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:36:12  ID:Wl/b4S4G.net(4)
I'm eating スライスサラミ from Familymart with of course cola zero!!!!!!

So yummy!!!!

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:40:21  ID:wWx6Ev6i.net(2)
I tried the tonkatsu burger at McDonald's yesterday, and you were all right.
The sauce was a bit too sweet. And at first, I couldn't tell whether the
meat really was pork, because it tasted a bit like chicken.

There was an older woman sat at a nearby table. She ordered a meal with a
drink, and sat down. Then while she was drinking, she took a small,
really old-looking teddy bear out of her bag. She talked to it for a little
while, and then gently put its head in the cup, pretending to make it drink.
She took it back out, wiped its nose, talked to it a bit more, then put it back
into her bag. Then she left...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:45:03  ID:Wl/b4S4G.net(4)
On my way to home now!!!!!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 18:53:23  ID:5CCdWsB9.net(3)
Oh I'm hungry. Hm what's for dinner?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 19:03:08  ID:EkW6xESR.net
>110
in my view, mcdonald's pork may be miserable which makes you think that is chicken.
the woman is a spy sent by other burger chains and the teddy bear is embedded a bug so that the woman can divulge confidential information or secrets of mcdonald's.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 22:37:08  ID:/QaTra1s.net(3)
>110
The older woman story sounds like a joke you are inventing.
I've never seen such a scene in my pretty long life.
Especially in Japan, I can't even imagine that!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 22:39:46  ID:RbWD5zBI.net(3)
I'm back now! Tired like there is no tomorrow

BUT I'm hungry so I'm gonna whip up some easy dinner right now!
It's 辛 ramen topped with sea weed papers and a raw egg and grilled chicken breasts!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/09 23:40:07  ID:DsSX5/+z.net(3)
I groaned when I saw my favorite comic book series harshly criticized at the amazon review section...
Rated as one star out of five!?
Maybe you mustn't check other people's reviews for your favorites...just end up getting upset...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 02:11:27  ID:CBvnV/iJ.net
I deleted a FB app from my phone to stop being on it all the time. I was really mad at my boyfriend and swore I won't message him until he begs me to.
And I thought it's the best way to delete the FB app then I stop getting stupid notifications, which hopefully keeps my mind off FB and that guy..

Well, guess how it's going? I already redownloaded it after two hours of no FB. Oh noooo

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 03:13:50  ID:OnWmF0C3.net
>114
Ah, so it really does sound that strange? I'm glad it wasn't just us
who thought so.

>115
Sorry, I made a mistake in the last thread. The ramen I ate a few weeks
ago wasn't actually 辛 ramen, but a much hotter kind from Korea. Next week
I'll try Taiwan Ramen.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/10 07:07:12  ID:QE2dHIEn!.n
Don't let social media take over your life. It is evil.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 08:28:45  ID:jcyMW8YT.net(4)
I deleted my Facebook account a few years ago when I realized that Facebook is a place where only リア充 people gather and brag about their awesome life like posting tons of trip pictures etc etc

Now I don't need to be annoyed by those
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 10:24:51  ID:/C7xKO0M.net(2)
I am thinking about starting Twitter.
I don't intend to post any pictures, but I am interested in what the others think about my tweets.
Just like 2ch.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 11:52:32  ID:qG8dj4S/.net
Japanese don't need English.
Japan should make the Japan to do well without English.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 12:26:39  ID:/C7xKO0M.net(2)
Japan is lacking in natural resources and we have to rely on other countries for their continuous supplies.
We must get along with other countries well and to do that, English plays an important role
and some of us must master it especially vip and translators for them.
Without English, our activities would be so limited.

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 14:39:58  ID:9nIl1dOM.net(4)
Yesterday we went to Tokyo National Museum instead of Asakusa.
http://iup.2ch-library.com/i/i1321584-1415597650.jpg

I should've checked its site carefully because what I'm dying to see (阿弥陀聖衆来迎図) is from 11th!!
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 14:42:58  ID:9nIl1dOM.net(4)

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 15:36:07  ID:LCrq52dR.net
Air Force One with the Presidential team landed on China on time on Monday evening to participate in the APEC meeting.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:03:34  ID:6g6OU6VJ.net
>120
A while ago, I read an article about Facebook.
It said that even American people, especially young generation, have begun to turn their backs on Facebook.
Teenagers seem to have found another SNS more cool and got together on the site. .
I forgot the name of the SNS.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:06:32  ID:jcyMW8YT.net(4)
Vine? Tumbler?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:14:40  ID:O52UY/jq.net(2)
>124
you went there after staying at gay crusing saunas?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:16:29  ID:GjZtw5g7.net(3)
I want hot guys!

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:19:31  ID:9nIl1dOM.net(4)
>129
you should know 24 kaikan is full of old creepy chubs.
and there is no reason I the genuine cute boy pay for sex :-)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:23:46  ID:GjZtw5g7.net(3)
I love muscle so much

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:26:52  ID:9nIl1dOM.net(4)
then, why don't you become it yourself?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:27:15  ID:O52UY/jq.net(2)
i heard 24 kaikan has become a nest of old gays now, but i haven't know you are a cute boy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 18:29:40  ID:GjZtw5g7.net(3)
I've been working out so hard for years now

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 22:45:16  ID:jcyMW8YT.net(4)
>118
Now I remember you called 辛 ramen "kara" ramen before lol

Taiwan ramen is not my fave because it has a distinctive smell and taste

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/10 23:44:10  ID:jcyMW8YT.net(4)
Omg I'm obsessed with nitpicking gaijins Japanese so fun!

Maybe this is because I was pretty harassed by English teachers nitpickings when I was in college!

Karmic retribution right?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 00:36:55  ID:nl+YakNM.net(5)
Don't Korea!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 00:46:10  ID:DIJmqupc.net(5)
Don't Korea!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 09:38:57  ID:BxbJebyf.net(2)
It's cloudy in Tokyo.
It doesn't help cheer me up.
I'm sure that the weather is closely related to people's mood.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/11 10:08:34  ID:EB8A27OV.net
It's a nice day in Kobe though I'm happy I can enjoy the trip to there.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 16:00:08  ID:eZavjWUN!.n(2)
This should provide some interesting material for y'all foreigner-haters; an American's view
of doing business in Japan: http://www.kalzumeus.com/2014/11/07/doing-business-in-japan/
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 16:52:40  ID:fBzJpyMe.net
Too long summarize it
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 17:12:42  ID:BxbJebyf.net(2)
Just a cup of hot drink makes me feel warm and comfortable.
I'm relaxed now.
but there is nobody who wraps her arms around me and makes me feel warm and comfortable.

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 17:28:58  ID:Wgn9LSyh1(3)
What are you drinking? I'm drinking hot cafe au lait.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 17:46:14  ID:DIJmqupc.net(5)
Just one bottle of cola zero makes me super fresh and happy!

But today I also got this potato chip called カラビー from cabee!

Yum I personally prefer this to カラムーチョ

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:05:50  ID:DIJmqupc.net(5)
Haha gaijins can't imagine the taste of カラビー now!

So funny!

But イギリス人 can easily get it and taste test since it is in Japan now wtf
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:30:23  ID:Wgn9LSyh1(3)
Karamucho is superior to Calabee in every way possible.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:32:42  ID:vwqXvLLg.net
The Governor of the Bank of Japan says he thinks it is necessary at least for the time being to loosen monetary control to expand the domestic demand.
The Prime Minister's ambiguous remark has triggered the rumor that the general elections are nearing.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:42:30  ID:nl+YakNM.net(5)
Hating 害人 is a not bad thing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:47:13  ID:/X6VEcba!.n(2)
>142
I've just skimmed it and yes, it's interesting.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:52:37  ID:/X6VEcba!.n(2)
>143
Sections are more or less independent from each other.
Read a part you are interested in.

To me, racial discrimination discussion was most intriguing.
Although I've spend many years in foreign countries,
I still can behave as a Japanese person.
So I don't know how is it like to live in Japan as a foreigner.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 18:59:26  ID:nl+YakNM.net(5)
"Don't Korea" is not a discriminational word.
What does "y'all foreigner-haters" means?
There are some foreigner-haters here, aren't they?
I don't think so.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 19:03:58  ID:nl+YakNM.net(5)
means → mean

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 19:28:49  ID:eZavjWUN!.n(2)
"Y'all" is Southern American English for "all of you"; i.e. "all of you who are
foreigner-haters". (Truth be told, I don't think there are many people here who
truly hate foreigners; I think they just enjoy complaining.)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 19:31:40  ID:zfSOUXVm.net(2)
>149
I'm against frequent elections.
I heard before that when an election is arranged and conducted, it costs us a lot...hundreds of millions of yen.
I wonder if it is necessary at this timing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 19:36:11  ID:nl+YakNM.net(5)
I see.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 19:45:22  ID:zfSOUXVm.net(2)
Japanese people put on ツンデレ attitude even here on 2ch.....by pretending to be foreigner-haters...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 20:57:59  ID:Ibzrb7vf.net
i want erection

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:06:30  ID:PWEpCWXp.net(4)
Ohh maaaaaaai gawwwwwwdddddoooooooo

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:08:03  ID:PWEpCWXp.net(4)
I'm so fucking frustrated right now!!!!! Frustrated mentally, sexually, in any possible ways!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:09:37  ID:PWEpCWXp.net(4)
I shouldn't be here. This is not where I belong ahhhhhh fuck fuck fuck help me gooooooodooood samaaaa

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:23:36  ID:Wgn9LSyh1(3)
Lewd.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:25:22  ID:DIJmqupc.net(5)
Wow you are in a very bad mood today

What's wrong?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:52:12  ID:PWEpCWXp.net(4)
Huh? I'm not the God guy if that's what you think.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 21:55:26  ID:DIJmqupc.net(5)
I know because I'm god as you guys call lolololol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 22:42:49  ID:76bzKrQ5.net
People started being brainwashed by GOD.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/11 23:02:35  ID:O7FSLvrZ.net
Oh that's unexpected. Well....hi!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 00:04:19  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
           |
            |  彡⌒ミ
           \ (´・ω・`) You are talking about GOD again.
             (|   |)::::
              (γ /:::::::
               し \:::
                  \

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 00:52:31  ID:JmnoOKz+.net
God's breath you! Hyuuuu〜

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 00:57:30  ID:wWLo//Bc.net
I love bald guyssssssssssssss!!!!!
so sexyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 01:28:51  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
           | 
           | 
           | γ⌒⌒ヽ
           | ( ノ ハヽヽ)  
           \ (^ω^*)  Just kidding! I'm fusafusa!
             (|   |)::::
              (γ /:::::::
               し \:::
         / / /      \
                   \ 
        彡⌒ミ         \  


Take care of the baldness...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 01:48:50  ID:V7LHHWYa.net
Well, I'm not in a bad mood, but there's been something on my mind lately. When I think about it, I feel like I'm going nuts.
If I don't just go for it now, maybe I will never be able to do it. But maybe it might be better to wait for now, as everyone says. Maybe I'm unnecessarily rushing my decision. Oh man I really don't know what's the best to do.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 03:32:32  ID:0MYd0R0y.net
>147
Thanks, I'll have a look for it tomorrow!
Though the way you said it makes me think it might be a trap...
But I'll try anyway.

By the way, this is the ramen I ate before:
http://ameblo.jp/forgiveall/entry-11872021898.html
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 03:55:38  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
This thread smells Korea very much...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 08:35:21  ID:EImXOicg.net
>174
There is no trap

Is it just me or does the ramen in the video look gross and also the sound of chopstick is super annoying?

#koreanquality

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/12 09:33:41  ID:8rZUmaTV!.n(2)
You guys said you wanted to hear my music in the last thread:
https://ifyoureanangelyouwillsuffocateonearth.bandcamp.com/releases

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 12:02:15  ID:BwMURy15.net
My laptop pc doesn't work quickly as it used to.
It makes a bizarre, wheezing noise which comes out of the side of it.
What's happened to my pc...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/12 12:51:54  ID:8rZUmaTV!.n(2)
>178
It's probably just getting old. I don't know much about computers, but the fan might be wearing out, and not working as quickly as it used too. Which would lead to your computer overheating and hence the loud noise.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 15:14:08  ID:3X5gE8g4.net
China and the United States leaders held talks to make an issue of Pyongyang's nuclear policy within a friendly and cordial atmosphere.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 16:18:53  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
https://boards.4chan.org/int/thread/33118137/what-can-be-done-to-promo...

I know it at a まとめサイト.
I read the source, 4ch.
There are a lot of 害人 there.
害人 are enemies against world peace.
Japanese should study more English.
I study more English for world peace!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 17:03:19  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Yeah! 害人s are nemesis!

I really think We all need to think about dropping nuclear weapons in those countries and colonize them and make them speak Japanese and if they oppose it kill them all!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 17:26:30  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
Oh, you always take the trouble to agree with my 害人 hatred(^ω^*)
But using nuclear weapons is not world peace!
You must have told a joke.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 18:04:49  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
>183
I'm so serious as fuck!

World peace can't be accomplished without using nuclear bombs killing all chinks and gooks and Yankees!

They are axis of devil!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 18:14:43  ID:ext89RcQ.net(6)
I see.
There are more ways to the world peace than one!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 18:18:41  ID:0Ihp49j0.net
>184
I don't like this kind of joke.
You are on the same level as those many retarded americans who rant "two nukes were not enough" on the internet.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 18:28:48  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
>186
I'm not joking at all. First of all, there is no such thing as "world peace"!

I think all retarded Americans should be slaves of Japanese!

Just imaging this is so entertaining! Like we use them as a horse or something!
And we feed them like giving raw carrots if they do good work! Lol
and whip them so hard if they are not obedient lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 19:39:31  ID:Symd58ON.net(2)
>179
thank you, i just googled it.
It would be better for an amateur like me to ask a professional to repair (replace?) the fan.
Google advised me that laptop computer might suddenly turn itself off to avert the overheating inside it...


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 19:41:42  ID:Symd58ON.net(2)
>187
just relax!
would you like some?
つ a bottle of cola zero
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 19:49:34  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
>189
Im feeling like drinking a bottle of beer now

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 19:50:29  ID:utNiKggO.net(3)
Let him say whatever he likes...he doesn't have any power to put what he says into action...Lol Small people like talking shit.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:07:22  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Small people? Lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:08:06  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
>191
By the way why are you back in Japan?

You miss Japanese cocks?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:22:48  ID:utNiKggO.net(3)
Not really. There's a whole lot of Japanese guys living in US so I don't have to go back just for sex.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:24:31  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Oh you were in the states?

But the fact that you're a cock sucking slut doesn't change lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:28:08  ID:utNiKggO.net(3)
Okay, whatever. I'm pretty sure almost all women are "cock suckers" at some point in their life though!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:29:57  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Whatever

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:31:11  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Ho

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 20:48:18  ID:rCyQd/5V.net(10)
Omg I totally forgot tomorrow is the day I can find out if I pass the writing test of 通訳案内士!

But I don't need to worry about it at all because I know I pass it lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 22:16:06  ID:sgLmXMW4.net
Yamada's defense as a first baseman was better than I expected.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/12 22:57:39  ID:87ZWgJ1v.net
>199
I think you are on the lucky streak because the given name is the place where you live in:-)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 00:12:49  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>178
Probably the first thing you might want to is to clean the inside of it.
Open the case and check whether it got a lot of dust around the fan.

Do you use your computer in the room with carpets? That's usually a big source of dusts.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 00:18:05  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
you can exempt paper test of 通訳案内士 with just having toeic 840 score.
so it may be waste of time to take the paper test.

.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 00:19:03  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>187
if you are such a xenophobe, why do you want to be a 通訳案内士?
i'd try to avoid any contacts with foreigners.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 00:57:16  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
>204
Shh you're not supposed to question that .

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 02:09:00  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
Take a selfie with a scoop of Yogurt in your month.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 02:09:37  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
Get a bit of it on your chin.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 02:30:01  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
Beer helps you get out of your shell and feel less nervous in social situations. That's the only reason I drink beer. Fuck yeah beer is a life saver for all socially awkward/withdrawn people.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/13 03:49:05  ID:KA/Q0cVQ!.n
>208
And unfortunately I've never had alcohol. Y-yea, NEET life!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 03:51:16  ID:g0kNv5qe.net(3)
I am a normal NEET.
I am a super NEET.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:05:54  ID:LWUwHAB8.net
>202
yes, carpet is spread almost all over the room.
i will check the inside, thank you.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:07:47  ID:JN/LopLk.net(2)
Support from the Liberal Democratic Party was instrumental on conservative candidates' victories.
They will kick off their campaign tours in an effort to consolidate support from their constituencies.
The parties persuade their local chapters to step up their preparations for the expected general elections.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:13:57  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>203
Having 840 TOEIC score jus makes you exempt from English one. Also 英検1級
I have both so I didn't take the English test

BUT
You also have to take 日本史、日本地理、一般常識
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:16:23  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>204
I'm not a zenophobe I only hate certain people. That's all

I only want to get the certificate

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:30:36  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>178
you should check temperature inside of your computer by using free software.
probably when you come across weird fan-noise on computer, that is a sign of alarm not to raise the tamprature of CPU anymore.
if the temperature indicated abonormal values, you should check whether CPU grease are properly spread or not be deteriorated as well as cleaning dust of fans.
if you see such the cases, you should google one more time and wipe the old grease and re-spread by new grease on your CPU.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:37:48  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>213
ah yes, as you say ONLY English paper test is exempted by TOECI 840 or 英検1級.
but if you have TOEIC840 or 英検1級, you dont have to take the writing test ? you are another person to 194 ?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 08:54:02  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
perhaps writing test means 日本史、日本地理、一般常識?
if so, i believe you have TOEIC 840, but your English compotision seems not be enough to 英検1級....
but this is just my opinion of not getting 英検1級, so just ignore it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 09:36:57  ID:sbUwUaBY.net
>217
Wtf? Did you read the sentence above correctly?

I already passed 英検1級 and also have TOEIC 990!

By the way, I passed the writing test now! I just checked it out online!

Omg omg I have to prepare for the interview test now!!!!!!
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 11:20:13  ID:cfL8H4s5!.n(2)
>218
What all do they do in the interview? Is it in Japanese or English?
For that matter, do they require that guides know how native speakers actually speak,
as opposed to the formal correct grammar that's taught in school?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 14:33:40  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>218
your (and also my) English seems Japanglish. if you are against to me, just upload the certificate of 英検1級.
perhaps you can get TOEIC 990 even as such the senteces but 英検1級 is difficult i suppose.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 15:14:22  ID:JN/LopLk.net(2)
It's premature who will become the next cabinet ministers before the Lower House election, which is expected to take place by the end of the year.
It is feared that Japanese voters, who are irritated by the lack of political ethics on the part of politicians, turn their backs on politics.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 15:20:29  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
>220
Even if your English is not at the level where you can speak and write to the standard of native English speakers, it's possible to pass 英検一級. You just have to be a great test taker. Just like how I scored high on Toefl lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:10:58  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>220
Here is my certificate
http://i.imgur.com/ul0Y9zJ.jpg

It's your choice to believe it or not

Sorry for my terrible handwriting lol

I know I bought the lotte gum but I'm not a pro Korean person!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:17:47  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
And basically my English is 99.9% made in Japan so my English is obviously fucking retarded lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:20:40  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>223
sorry. i mistakenly doubt you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:24:06  ID:74wTVfiQ.net(3)
Umm, I'm jealous of those who could successfully pass 英検一級.
I will become a green eyed monster in a real sense someday.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:24:40  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>225
APOLOGY ACCEPTED!!!!!!! Just kidding

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:31:11  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>226
I just learnt "green eyed monster"!!!

If you don't give up, you'll pass it for sure

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:36:08  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>223
Oh cool. I don't think I can pass the exam as
I don't have enough words in my vocabulary.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 18:39:01  ID:g0kNv5qe.net(3)
>And basically my English is 99.9% made in Japan

,but GOD's English is very easy to read and very helpful for learners.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 19:12:01  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>229
Actually it's very important to strike a right balance like getting so so score on every sections!

In most cases returnee kids don't score high in the vocabulary section but they score super high in the listening section and then they pass it effortlessly

You know it's a piece of cake for them to pass the interview test....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 19:14:36  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>230
Awwwwww thank you lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 19:19:14  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
I'm hungry now!
So I'm gonna eat チョコパイ from lotte and enjoy a cup of milk tea!

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 19:32:07  ID:cfL8H4s5!.n(2)
>230
I worry sometimes that my English is a little too difficult, or my word choice too obscure, for
non-native speakers. At the same time, I suppose it's probably good for people to see how native
speakers actually speak. Which would you rather see - edited, simpler English or more complex,
natural English?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 19:37:16  ID:LqQS9+8Q.net(2)
more complext please

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 20:28:20  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
>234
Definitely more natural complex English. That's more helpful. But simple and natural goes together too, depending on the topic and the situation.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 20:34:45  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>231
Sure these returnees won't have any trouble in passing it.
My case, I started living abroad at old age (like late 20s) and
I haven't spent much effort to build my vocab.
So I won't be able to get high scores in any of these sections...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 20:39:05  ID:mGQdvG4d.net(7)
Were you over 27 when you started living overseas?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:03:32  ID:g0kNv5qe.net(3)
>234
more complex!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:24:01  ID:LqQS9+8Q.net(2)
c'mon, natural english c'mon!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:30:12  ID:74wTVfiQ.net(3)
please don't urge the native english speakers to show "more natural complex" english...

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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:35:32  ID:Ffj9NoOG!.n(2)
>181 This thread hurts so much to read.
Why is everybody hating eachother for what happened in the past. It is good to look at the past to learn, but it is bad to stay butthurt about what happened forever.
We are in a new era, the Information/Digital Age. But I guess a lot of people still live in the previous Age, and get brainwashed by propaganda or something like that.
China for example. It is sad that the government censors their internet. That way, the citizens will never learn the truth about the world, and keep thinking they are right.

People should accept what happened in the past and try to make a better future instead.
The past can't be changed. The future can.
(Almost) every fucking country on earth did awful things in the past. Sometimes they were necessary, sometimes not. But it can't be changed.
I don't think we will experience world peace any time soon. Maybe if the internet would become available for everyone, and when people will actually use it instead of using it only for things like Facebook.

The West also likes to propaganda their people in a certain way. People have the chance (internet) to hear both sides of a story now. They should make their own opinion based on the two sides.
Sadly, most people fail to make their own opinion and believe everything they are told. They are not open minded either.
For example: Whaling. When Japan does it, people think they are evil (because of some Western media). When Norway does it, it is only 'logical' because they want more fish in the sea for food.
They fail to understand that Japan has the same reason for it somehow.

I might have worded my thoughts wrong. I got carried away a little, sorry about that.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:40:01  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
It's time for teeth whitening!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:41:27  ID:74wTVfiQ.net(3)
and then, you can hardly resist the urge to eat one more チョコパイ after the teeth whitening!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:46:27  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
LOL that's true!

チョコパイ is super cheap at local drugstore called サンドラッグ like it's only 190 yen!

For the record, I'm not a Korean supporter or whatever

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:50:37  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
you had better take decent meals instead of junk foods.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 21:59:55  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
I know but I'm a huge fan of junk food!

Today I already drank one bottle of cola zero and grape flavor of hi-chew (I can't stop eating all of them once I open it) 4 チョコパイ and a frozen pizza!!!!!

Oh I almost forgot I enjoyed one pack of Fit's gum which I didn't like lol

What is your fave junk food?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:08:55  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>234
I don't need complexity.but most japanese needs colloquial expressions by native speakers because we are so trained text-like english.
as non-native speaker, we are sufficient only with proper english usage, but when seeing casulal english, it is unreadable frequently for us even at youtube comments.
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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:16:18  ID:Ffj9NoOG!.n(2)
>248
You should never read YouTube comments in the first place. They are absolutely horrible. (Horrible in English, but also horrible in what they are saying)
Sometimes I think YouTube comments only consist of 10 year old children's opinions.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:19:19  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>247
you are a man worshipping zero cora on previous posts?
anyway my favor junk food is カレーせんべい made of 亀田製菓.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:20:45  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>249
I underestand...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:28:35  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>250
I like curry senbeis a lot too.
I can't find it in the town I reside now.
So sad...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:32:34  ID:yZjAC7fR.net(11)
>252
you are staying abroad ? my sympathies.
http://blog-imgs-18.fc2.com/h/i/r/hiropic/PB190045_R.jpg

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:34:31  ID:2mj7nBxY.net(13)
>250
Yes that's me!

Curry senbei is nice but speaking of 亀田製菓 I like 柿の種 and ぽたぽた焼き and こつぶっこ

So old school...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 22:52:54  ID:gfRtPp6U.net
You just have to ask your family or friends in Japan to mail the snacks. Problem solved. Good for you!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/13 23:16:12  ID:5XmNiSU1!.n(6)
>255
I can buy them online from a japanese grocery store,
or go to London which is not so far away.
The things I miss is stopping by コンビニ/スーパー on my way home and buy these stuffs.

>252
damn. I may have a change to go to London tomorrow and buy カレーせん.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 00:23:25  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
>242
Oh, sorry for the trouble to read the thread.
My poor Englsih skill can probably understand about 70% of your comments.
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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 00:45:00  ID:9Zj8E3kk!.n
>257
Don't apologize. I meant it's the 害人 in that 4chan thread that are just awful.
I am sorry if you can't understand some of my English. I try to use simple, but still natural English.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 00:55:27  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>256
Oh well, that's life! Oh maybe you can start a Japanese grocery store yourself. If there's a lot of Japanese living around there, it might be a good idea haha

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 00:57:12  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>258
I think that guy is just being sarcastic!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 01:00:29  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
>258
Don't apologize. I don't ask you for simple English.
My English is poor, so I can know my present English level.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 01:21:51  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>261
Oops my bad forget what I said.
Your English is not poor so don't say that. People will think you're being sarcastic! Maybe after all I'm the one with a twisted mind...(-_^)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 02:03:45  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
>262
Thanks.
But I hate 害人s, so it is natural to think so.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/14 02:08:38  ID:pk5hTYzf.net(2)
above of all comments despite of my comments are rubbish (age)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 02:18:08  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
Oh, you're another gaijin hater. It must be tough to force yourself to study English while hating the people who speak it. I feel sorry for you. Good luck!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 02:42:35  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
Oh my gosh I'm so stoked for my trip in December. I should make a countdown thing on my phone. It's kinda cool and gives me the feeling of beingリア充.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/14 02:47:19  ID:pk5hTYzf.net(2)
I don't hate anybody else. I just said above of all comments despite of my comments are rubbish.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 03:03:59  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>267
No no no, >265 was meant for >263.
I understand all the comments above are not worth reading for you but take a look at them anyways so you get the flow of the conversation haha

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 03:34:40  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
Noooo!
I don't hate gaijins. I hate 害人s. The difference is very iportant.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 03:49:08  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
important

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/14 04:27:22  ID:WaiJofaP!.n(2)
Is Japan fun and full of cute girls doing cute things like in my Animes?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/14 05:31:42  ID:81lyNQDp!.n
>271
Yes goy, it's amazing and just like your animes. Good fortune and cute girls abound.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/14 06:11:49  ID:WaiJofaP!.n(2)
>272
Wow that's great!! Where do I sign up?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 08:55:15  ID:uY5H3j8E.net(2)
>269
Who determine who is 害人?
If you are arrogant enough to do that, you become a truely absolute 害人.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 11:08:55  ID:Hu46QU38.net(5)
The US general says the US Army is determined to dispatch a contingent to IS and is ready to penetrate deep into its territory.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 11:21:40  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>272
Oh don't give him a false hope.
Tell him the harsh cruel truth that none of the real Japanese girls have ridiculously huge eyes half the size of their face with a super model figure.
Nor are inclined to fall into love with a nerdy socially awkward guy who just happens to go to the same school with them.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 12:04:54  ID:Hu46QU38.net(5)
A number of radical students collided with police in Kyoto University. They complained about the discrimination between the rich and poor and corruption in politics.
When student radicalism was at a peak in the early 1970s, they conducted anti-airport movements and opened fired at police.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 12:58:43  ID:DhR8QN3j.net(4)
i am eating curry and of the rice.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 13:00:24  ID:UlBhzuPB.net(2)
i am eating pocky.


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 13:01:22  ID:DhR8QN3j.net(4)
most japanese people like curry and of the rice.
but to me, curry and of the rice is a disappointing menu.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 13:04:34  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
>274
Anyone can determine it by objective standards.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 13:05:10  ID:raHSfbD8.net(3)
I'm eating 揚げパン which has some あんこ inside

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 13:17:55  ID:raHSfbD8.net(3)
I have a confession to make.
I am.....a.....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 15:17:32  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
Oh man! It's a lot of work to be an event organizer. I re-realized I'm not the type. I'd be more than happy to follow whatever people decide to do.
People tell me I look exotic or ask if I'm half Hawaiian and all that (probably due to my sexy tan tehee), but I'm more Japanese than anyone else on the inside!!

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 15:35:18  ID:Hu46QU38.net(5)
Preparing for the coming general election, the promotion of development local areas is a pillar of the Prime Minister's domestic policy reflecting the plunging of the yen and the rise of material price.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 15:48:58  ID:Ut4uVhRc!.n(2)
>248
Like someone else has said in the comments, YouTube comments are the worst; they're often
stupid, trollish, and downright ungrammatical, too. That said, they might be a good sample
for how people actually speak, warts and all - and seeing what kinds of mistakes they make
might be instructive, too. (You can often tell a lot about the writer's linguistic roots
from what kinds of mistakes they make; for instance, Japanese speakers' errors are usually
pretty distinctive, especially when it comes to orthography and prepositional usage.)
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 15:50:47  ID:Hu46QU38.net(5)
Whether or not to aggravate the so-called "Abenomics" now hinges on the Prime Minister's political decision.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 16:20:45  ID:uY5H3j8E.net(2)
>281
Who determine the standards?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 16:51:23  ID:UlBhzuPB.net(2)
>286
thank you. your response is so instructive, chubby.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 17:43:04  ID:DhR8QN3j.net(4)
>286
Your english is far easier to understand than that kg2ch dude's.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 17:48:59  ID:hukZwk9u.net(2)
>283
Are you....what?
You don't need to be hesitant, I will accept whatever confession you make.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 17:49:39  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
>286
Am I the only person who finds this really preachy?
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:01:50  ID:mBUKwnOmk(2)
>292
How so?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:03:59  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
I heard gaijins can't pronounce small つ like っ is this true?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:07:35  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
Dinner is sukiyaki yay!

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:12:41  ID:Ut4uVhRc!.n(2)
>292
If it was, I apologize.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:25:31  ID:DhR8QN3j.net(4)
sukiyaki is also a disappointing menu
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:31:38  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
>297
Then what is your fave?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:36:23  ID:V0CKCh2S.net
>294
Gaijins also can't pronounce りょう and りゅう, ず and づ.
And from my experience, it's quite true.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:43:15  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
>299
LOL

It's so dasai lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 18:43:28  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
>286
Hey gaijin-san. I want you to help with our English! Correct us when we say something wrong or something you native speakers wouldn't say. And suggest a better way to phrase them.
You don't have to do every single time. Just when you feel like it is cool. When I want your correction, I write this mark(\\\) at the end. Much appreciated!
\\\
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 19:18:20  ID:mBUKwnOmk(2)
>294
>299
I've never heard of the っ、ず、づ thing, but I know it's hard for some people to pronounce らりるれろ、りゃ・りゅ・りょ and つ (regular).

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 19:11:08  ID:+bhKDezD.net(10)
Come on guys. I'm pretty sure most of you have a horrible horrible katakana accent in your English. Don't make fun of others when you should worry about your own shit lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 19:13:54  ID:BY+U9RaD.net(6)
One of those white wannabes ugh

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 20:03:36  ID:Nv5p6ezZ.net
>303
You are a very nice person, and it's a good thing I guess.
When gaijins make fun of Japanese engrish (and they reeeeeally love making fun of engrish),
it's extremely rare that someone point out their own horrible horrible gaijinish Japanese.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 20:13:37  ID:raHSfbD8.net(3)
>305
That's true

That's why I always make fun of gaijins Japanese

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 21:09:46  ID:TFgMO4KS.net(7)
>288
Chat in English (外人/害人専用) Part1

The standards is written here.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 22:03:42  ID:hukZwk9u.net(2)
I wonder why almost all the ママチャリ make that high-pitched sound when they slow down to a halt...
Because of malfunctioning brakes??
It's a squealing sound that surprises me...

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/14 22:21:14  ID:Hu46QU38.net(5)
Thanks to Nishikori's performance, an increasing number of people begin playing tennis. Tennis activates the body's immune system.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 00:57:56  ID:au1zAHhl.net(5)
http://i.imgur.com/wbNSu9M.jpg

I'm very shocked. There are 害日本人 in 4ch?
I want to believe they are Zapanese.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 01:09:51  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>301
It's not easy and takes more time than you imagine to proofread and correct
English. So you'd have to pay physical money, bitcoin or whatever to him besides leaving \\\
mark in my opinion. Regarding how native English speakers write here, I agree with someone who said,
they should write the way they usually do, without making it easier for us to
understand. If we don't understand what they say, we can just ask.

Talking about bitcoin, they way 害醜人 described his appearance, white,
chabby and such reminded me the CEO of the Mt. Gox, which is a
bitcoing exchange place in Tokyo, who lost savings of customers and appologized
at press conference. Although Mark karpeles, the CEO is French.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 01:23:29  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
Patrick stumbled out of a pub right into the arms of Father Logan.
"Drunk again!" declared the priest. "Shame on you! When are you
going to straighten out your life?"
"Father," asked Patrick, "What causes arthritis?"
"Drinking cheap whiskey, gambling and playing around with loose
women,” said the Father, “How long have you had arthritis, anyway?"
"Oh, it’s not me," slurred Patrick, "The Bishop has it!"

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 01:24:14  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
Two English ladies were discussing their vacation plans on a London
street corner near an Irish lady. "We're planning a lovely holiday in
Devon this year," said one. "Oh you oughtn't to do that," said the
other, "there are Irish there! It would be awful." "Dear me!" said the
first lady. "Well where are you going?" "Salisbury," she replied. "But
Salisbury is simply crawling with Irish!" the first objected. At this
point the Irish lady could no longer hold her tongue. "Why don't you
go to hell?" she suggested. "There'll be no Irish there!"
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 01:45:16  ID:sJ/PIRm+.net(5)
>311
You're イギリス人, right? You spelled the kanji wrong. It's not 害醜人 but 害酷人.

It's okay if you think the correction idea isn't gonna work. I understand. That was my suggestion to make gaijin haters appreciate the fact we have gaijin regulars here.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 01:54:13  ID:nC77BksH.net(2)
HAHAHA! 304 can't be igirisu-jin! (^m^*)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 02:02:33  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>314
No. I'm not イギリス人. Native English speakers here could tell my English
is not up to par with theirs.

I cant't convert がいこくじん to 害酷人 at one go, so I tried converting each
of がい、こく、and じん one by one. The problem was that I typed みにくい instead of
こく、hence worong Kanji. I should have typed ひどい instead of みにくい.
You can tell me I should study Kanji more than English.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 02:27:31  ID:EtMlNTsO.net

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 02:40:20  ID:sJ/PIRm+.net(5)
>315
How can you be so sure??
>316
Hmm if you knew 害酷人 reads がいこくじん, why did you even try みにくい?
A person who has had basic education in Japan would never screw that up because obviously 醜 doesn't have a こく sound.
But okay, I think I believe you. Sometimes things like this might happen if you don't pay much attention. I'm sorry that I doubted you. And for イギリス人 as well m(._.)m
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 02:53:12  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>318
There are a lot of kanji for こくso I thought it's faster to convert using 訓読み.
So I typed みにくい, which I should have typed ひどい.
And it's late at night so I didn't pay enough attention if I convert
correctly.

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 02:56:56  ID:nC77BksH.net(2)
there are some grammatical and spelling errors. can't be brits.
no offence!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 03:12:43  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>318
And sorry for my not recognizing your hidden intention.
It seems like 害酷人 has a sense of humor to fend off harsh comments, so
I don't worry much about him feeling offended. Of course he's human so
sometimes he feel bad but I think he's all right.

>320
No offence taken. Use >> when you respond. Replying without >> looks
kind of rude.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 03:27:08  ID:sJ/PIRm+.net(5)
>321
wait what's my hidden intention, which I'm not totally aware of? lol

Oh why you worrying about 害酷人?This whole thing doesn't have nothing to do with him except that we argued over your spelling of his name haha
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 03:31:54  ID:sJ/PIRm+.net(5)
>320
Even if so, he could fake them if he wants. Not that I'm thinking イギリス人 would do such a thing. Lol I'm just talking hypothetically.
Leaving that aside, >316-san writes really good English. He's very descriptive and clear to understand. I learned a lot from his writing.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 04:41:06  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>322
Your main intention is to have foreigners correct our English and your hidden intention is to make them look helpful by correcting
our English so that they'll be abused less, as you say in >314.

I'm not worrying about only 害酷人, but other foreigners, too.
But he and igirisu-jin post more often than other foreigners and they
use handle name so they are more likely to be a target of offensive comments.
So far I haven't seen オランダ人 recieve rude comments, but I don't read all posts
here so maybe I'm wrong.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 05:30:18  ID:J1SW41wP.net(3)
G-20 summit meeting will discuss the problem that the Chinese Navy seems to be expanding its main functions from coast-guard duty to a wider development on the high seas as well.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 06:09:08  ID:J1SW41wP.net(3)
Due to the faltering economy, the Prime Minister will dissolve the Lower House next week for the general election, declaring the rise of consumption tax the next fiscal year.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 06:14:34  ID:J1SW41wP.net(3)
I have made a mistake. the next fiscal year → after 18 months

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/15 08:23:05  ID:axANC25D!.n
Hi guys, how are you tonight? (or today, I'm not sure what time it is over there.)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 08:36:36  ID:yKD3sL2i.net(2)
It's 8:36 am in Tokyo and it's very fine today.
but I'm not very fine.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 09:53:44  ID:yKD3sL2i.net(2)
>313
funny, but i don't like the element of discrimination...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 11:31:21  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
I think the word "害人" should be added to Japanese dictionaries.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 13:40:58  ID:g/D4jP62.net(5)
Parliament made an issue of the fact that China collected coral in waters of Japan's territory.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 14:01:38  ID:g/D4jP62.net(5)
Japan and China jointly produced a television program entitled "The Silk Road" in the 1980s, which was very popular among viewers.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 14:41:18  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
I'm eating チョコパイ now with my original blueberry smoothie kinda juice!
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 16:22:27  ID:g/D4jP62.net(5)
The United States used to call on Japan to share more of the defense burden for the security in the Pacific.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 16:28:49  ID:BOX/XeJt.net(4)
>332
I feel that Japan will continue to face the same kind matter in future.
Chinese people seem not to feel guilty when committing crimes, violating international laws or regulations...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 16:34:04  ID:BOX/XeJt.net(4)
In fact, world peace begins with eating チョコパイ.
Distributing チョコパイ worldwide would help stop conflicts more than politician's chitchats.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 16:51:33  ID:g/D4jP62.net(5)
>336
The international outcry should press China not to destroy the natural environment.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:02:10  ID:au1zAHhl.net(5)
I prefer エンゼルパイ.
I don't like ロッテ.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:07:33  ID:BOX/XeJt.net(4)
>338
yes, for the time being.
But it won't last so long and they will behave badly again, don't you think so?
My opinion must be biased and just a stereotype, but they are not trustworthy as a whole...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:09:49  ID:BOX/XeJt.net(4)
Stuffing everyone's mouth with チョコパイ or エンゼルパイ would lead to world peace.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:13:07  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
>339
I used to eating エンゼルパイ when I was a kid but somehow now I prefer チョコパイ!

Plus it's a bit harder to get エンゼルパイ in my area somehow
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:40:17  ID:au1zAHhl.net(5)
>342
ロッテ probably has a strong power to display their goods like Korean company in every shops.
Japanese company think good things is sold well, but Korean company don't think so.
It seems just like 韓流ごり押し.
Japanese company should protect shelves of the Japanese shops.

But I used to like ビックリマンチョコ(復刻版).
I like 雪見大福, but I am a ネトウヨ, so I made a heartbreaking decision to stop buying them.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 17:46:07  ID:chKBKuBg!.n
>301
I don't mind clarifying short phrases or skimming over something to see if there are any
glaring issues - but I ain't gonna be correcting term papers. (Also, "When I want"/"I
write" => "When I wanted"/"I'd write"; hypothetical conditional.)

>311
FWIW, Karpeles is a lot chubbier in the face, not blonde, and /much/ shorter - I'm around
187cm.

>331
It's certainly in WWWJDIC, and in a couple of online Japanese dictionaries.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 18:33:09  ID:g/D4jP62.net(5)
>340
I think China won't accept any opinion despite the world isolates them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 18:41:04  ID:sJ/PIRm+.net(5)
>324
It must be tough to be a gailokijin in this thread lol but in real life, being gaijin has some upsides so i guess that gets canceled out!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 18:57:17  ID:MVv40mIf.net(8)
>344
I bet the description of your appearance sure makes 英太郎 horny.
I recommend you put a cork or something in your anus every time you post here just in case.
We just mingle virtually, but it would be better to err on the side of caution.
If he's a faggot who prefers being screwed, then no worry.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 20:32:48  ID:vC9WyNpu.net
>344
Thanks a lot for your correction.
Don't worry. I'm not gonna ask you to look at anything but my posts on here!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 20:37:30  ID:UVAhEq6L.net
>31
really? western chub definition is differ from japanese one. so even if he loves japanese chubs, he can not necesarily get it

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 21:58:26  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
>344
No. 害人 should be added to prestigious dictionaries like 広辞苑

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 22:01:16  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
>343
>I like 雪見大福, but I am a ネトウヨ, so I made a heartbreaking decision to stop buying them.

LOL

Actually I'm not a big fan of ロッテ and I recently realized that so many ice creams are from ロッテ like 爽!

But I can't help but buy チョコパイ....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 22:19:51  ID:au1zAHhl.net(5)
>351
I am only a 不買 mania. I boycott products of so many companies.
I don't read 空気, so I often quarrel with my family over goods they bought/(^o^)\
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 22:38:07  ID:rq5623o6.net(6)
>352
What companies are you boycotting now?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/15 23:33:14  ID:au1zAHhl.net(5)
>353
I hisitate to write all of them here, so I'll write 5 companies,except for ロッテ, over which I recently quarrelled with my family.
LINE、 Sトリー、 K王、Fマート, IO山
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 00:17:31  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
>354
Then you must have an awkward relationships with your family lol

I also was so reluctant to buy 花王 products when so many anti Japan protests were raging back in 2012?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 00:54:57  ID:t3WYh3G5.net(5)
Yeah! My family say to me "頭おかしい." I say to my family various things as 倍返し.

高岡 tweeted summer in 2011.
On the 7th July 2011 七夕 day, the 短冊s of Fuji TV were "I want to go to KARA's live" or
"I want to become beautiful legs like 少女時代."
フジ didn't hope recovery from the tsunami disaster! I couldn't believe it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 01:13:15  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
>356
I remember all of those like literally everything was relevant to Korean!

Everything was like Korean, korean, korean, korean, korean, korean, korean right?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 01:40:18  ID:t3WYh3G5.net(5)
>357
That's right!
TVs, Radios, magazines and shops all over Japan for the Democratic Party government.
Family mart's image character was ヨン様!
7eleven was 東方神起!
Others were also いろいろ!
Japan was certainly filled with 韓流ごりおし at that time.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 02:39:08  ID:kAlIMfnO!.n
>354
I'm glad you are not in my family. Should be very annoying.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 03:17:12  ID:t3WYh3G5.net(5)
That's great!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/16 03:27:51  ID:Q3es/qFm.net(2)
the hell from >334 of this thread?

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 03:30:06  ID:wpHjx8CS.net(3)
Today I learned how to make Kimbap, which is pretty much just maki rolls.
Also I was kind of forced to go to a nightclub last night, since one of my housemates
wanted to see what they were like. We were turned away from the first one,
since we're foreigners, but could enter the second one. They're very different
to the rowdy, super-drunken nightclubs back in the UK. Fortunately there weren't
many foreigners there either.

>318
It's fine. I haven't posted for a few days, but we're definitely different
people.

>324
I only really receive offensive comments from one certain user. But since
it's his nature, they're not really offensive. So I guess they're not really
offensive comments if I'm not offended by them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/16 03:32:08  ID:Q3es/qFm.net(2)
you guys need these kind of hilarious videos. It never gets old.
http://youtu.be/_ovdm2yX4MA
http://youtu.be/bek1y2uiQGA

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 04:18:57  ID:t3WYh3G5.net(5)
Kimbap is from Japanese sushi.
I don't care, but some Korean think Korean made kimbap before Japan made sushi.
Such Korean are very 馬鹿.

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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 05:31:20  ID:kAvs6fz6!.n(2)
>324
I only received Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 187 in the last thread and maybe a few more that I forgot about.
It's the same as イギリス人 (>362) said. Some people just happen to be rude (doesn't matter what country they are from).
But that doesn't really matter, because we don't have to take everything too seriously. Trolls will troll, it can't be helped.

>301
You don't have to do [it] every single time.
When I want your correction, I [will] write this mark(\\\) at the end.

Other than those two very small mistakes I would say it's pretty good. I am not a native speaker myself though, but I do consider myself as fluent.
Most media (internet/TV/games) I use are all English, so I got a lot of practise. It's also a bit similar to Dutch (they are both Germanic languages).
My only problem is when I have to speak English. I almost never practise speaking it, so I sometimes struggle over words or have a bit of an accent.

>305
I think it's a bit rude to make fun of Japanese "Engrish". People who make fun of it don't seem to realize that those people put effort in learning their language to communicate with them, while they made no effort at all.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 08:43:34  ID:1u85j/c2.net(2)
Hi オランダ人

I often get amazed when I see those trolls on the Net, especially here in 2ch. And I find myself wondering what the hell they are, do they behave that way in the real world? etc.
The best way to protect yourself from getting annoyed any further by them, is think that they don't exist, that they are some kind of computer bug ;-)

I do think it's quite a rude to make fun of someone's innocent mistakes. I've heard and seen lots of cases where native English speakers are insulting Japanese people's English. As you know, there's even such a thing as Engrish.
On the other hand, I don't recall seeing Japanese people making fun of Gaijins trying to speak Japanese.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 08:54:52  ID:1u85j/c2.net(2)
And I have to add this, that instead of making fun, Japanese ppl help them. What a difference.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 09:13:06  ID:lMGHIkvR.net
merry christmas
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 09:24:24  ID:Sxve3qDi.net(3)
>368
It's too early...to say merry christmas.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 09:53:40  ID:Sxve3qDi.net(3)
It's chilly in the morning these days so I keep on wrapping myself with blanket a while even after I wake up.
I don't want to come out of futon.
The warmth of the blanket makes me feel good.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 10:07:59  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 10:20:57  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
Omg this is a chat thread.
Some baka people clearly don't understand what chat really means wtf

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 10:37:17  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>370
Are you using your kotatsu? The only way I can drag myself out of bed in the mornings is the thought of curling up in my toasty kotatsu and spending all day in there...

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オランダ人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 10:54:02  ID:kAvs6fz6!.n(2)
>366
I have the same experience when I go to France. Most French don't speak a second language (and that is no problem).
But when I go to France and speak broken French (I only had 3 years of French in highschool), they sometimes make fun of my mistakes.
But I can't use other languages either because they only speak French. It's kinda unmotivating for me to keep on trying to speak French if they will make fun of me anyway...

My experience with Germans is the opposite. They seem to appreciate it when you try to speak their language. But a lot of Germans know English too, so it isn't really a problem.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 10:59:12  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
What the fuck?

Basically all European languages are almost same like Dutch people are super fluent in English because they are super similar!

There is no need for making efforts to learn English for them
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:13:27  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>362
You're horrifyingly generous. You must be reborn Jesus. Amen!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:21:18  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>362
HAHAHA this is awesome!

You were denied because you are gaijins lolololol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:21:35  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>375
People who speak a language of Germanic roots generally speak good English. But with people who speak a language of Roman roots, it really depends on the person.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:25:28  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>378
True but they are really similar if you compare with Japanese korean Chinese

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:29:41  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>377
What if you ever get to visit a foreign country and are not allowed in to a nightclub there just because you're gaijin T_T I can see you freaking out calling them names....!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:33:48  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>380
Well, yeah. It might be a bit easier for them. Still, it will take time and energy for anyone to acquire a foreign language.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:33:58  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>380
I actually have experienced that in England because I'm "Chinese" wtf

Calling Japanese people Chinese is an insult
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:36:57  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>381
Not a bit

A LOT easier for them

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:37:47  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
I have a job interview for HUB today. I couldn't get a waitress job I went to interview for the other day so I'm hoping I can get this one. if not, I'll have to keep looking until I find one ohhh nooo what a drag!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:43:54  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>382
You're fine because if you can prove yourself to be Japanese, then you could have got in.
You should think it's more insulting for Chinese people. I feel sorry for them thinking they are told in the face that they're not admitted because of their nationality.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:44:53  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
Good luck

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:46:33  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
Ah sorry you're not the right person to tell this..lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 13:50:34  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
Hope the job interview will be fucked up like your head lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 14:05:04  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>376
There was no such thing like Jesus

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 14:46:22  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>384
Good luck!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 14:37:31  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>388
Wow one minute you're happy saying nice things like good luck and the next minute you are filled with anger wishing I'll screw up with my interview??? Hmm you're a very interesting guy. mdr
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 14:43:54  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>391
It's my humor

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 15:21:56  ID:Sxve3qDi.net(3)
Why am I so sleepy no matter how long I sleep.!?
Is it because I sleep for many hours?
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 15:38:24  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>393
Maybe. Excessive sleep can make one sleepy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 15:53:54  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
Omg I'm stuck in freaking traffic!!!!

I can't believe so many retarded people actually go outside ONLY on weekends!

Fuck then all! I can't move!!!!!
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 16:04:04  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>395
Isn't it dangerous to look at your phone while driving? Please put it away.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 16:12:03  ID:qa0zVmFg.net
>371
Why are you weeping?
Having been tortured by them?
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 16:35:17  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>397
That's イギリス人's eye after he had eaten some really spicy ramen.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 17:10:12  ID:vNDKWoir.net(2)
I was surprised to know that you have to pay to NHK for receiving broadcast wave every month
just because you "own" a TV set.
You have to pay the money even if you don't actually use the TV set at all.
I started to make the payment since the last month though my TV set hasn't been taken out of its package even once.
I can't believe this rule!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 17:18:57  ID:jBey3N0y.net
i thought イギリス人san is an elderly man.
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 18:11:47  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>400
What made you think that?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 19:26:27  ID:QHMP8sMu!.n(2)
>399
In my opinion TV programs are still good for getting information in an efficient manner.
If you haven't unpacked your TV set, you may want to open it rather than spending
time on 2chan.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 19:29:05  ID:QHMP8sMu!.n(2)
>400
I feel the same way. I don't know why.
Maybe because he doesn't use f-words and doesn't get trolled like many people on
this thread including me?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:04:35  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
I think イギリス人 is a really boring person

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:11:12  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>403
I know a great number of elderly people who use F words...lol
That aside, I think he's probably 30-something based on the photo he posted.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:16:13  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
Between the cold, the illuminated city of Tokyo and happy excited couples, I'm feeling it's a torture to spend this time of the year alone...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:18:02  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
Although I'm not technically single, I feel as much pain as single people right now lol
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:27:51  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
So how did the interview go?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:33:50  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>407
You have a lot of fuck buddies?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 20:48:46  ID:vNDKWoir.net(2)
>402
okey-dokey, I will open the package...at last..
I like spending time on 2ch where I can get info or input or response from other people.
TV programmes are not interactive yet.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:12:36  ID:oM7jZTcY.net(12)
>408
Oh it was horrible. I'm pretty sure I won't get the job. They said they'll give me a call within 7 days if I pass the interview. If not, this is it. I'm ready to look for another job.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:20:32  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
>411
Oh I'm sorry to hear that! You'll get a job soon!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:22:47  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
I always wonder how I should cope with vegetarian people?

In Japan vegans are so rare like ツチノコ and today I met this white gaijin and he is a vegan!

Like they are so tiresome....
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:40:17  ID:FRf3RJonR(7)
>413
It's not really your place to "cope" with them, is it? I'm pretty sure they can take care of themselves.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:26:45  ID:1IMNzC/+.net(14)
Speaking of ツチノコ do you guys believe it?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:32:14  ID:IE4joAdo!.n
>410
I like to have interactions with others but I don't see it's useful for getting
information for many stuffs.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:36:20  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)
I think I can't handle vegans

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/16 21:38:18  ID:Z01Jp381.net
bra bra bra, bra bra bra...nothing useful info can be found on CIEP188 as usual.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 22:09:25  ID:ZYC3tBrm.net
The reformist candidate who is opposed to the US military plan defeated the conservative candidate in Okinawa Prefecture.
The result will affect the coming general election.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/16 22:53:14  ID:/lxlmXRY!.n
UK is a boring country with boring people. If they are excited or too creative
it would be troublesome. That is why everything is "calmed down", ie dulled down.
A small island with too many people who cannot put up with anyone,
not even their own parents. I am worried that I am losing my wild side.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 23:36:42  ID:wpHjx8CS.net(3)
>420
I have to agree. It was nice to escape. Is there any chance for you to
also flee?

>413
It feels like there's more chance of seeing a ツチノコ than finding pure butter
at a supermarket.

>405
You've got it. Except there's no -something yet.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 23:41:22  ID:NHP4MwwR.net(8)

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/16 23:58:45  ID:wpHjx8CS.net(3)
>422
I'm glad that you enjoyed my reaction to Korean food.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:03:24  ID:t3WYh3G5.net(5)
Don't Korea!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:07:56  ID:OR8FrJUc.net(5)
>423
I want your whole face picture
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:21:14  ID:+CC0Tf4P.net(2)
>423
I want your whore face picture.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:35:38  ID:PRqTYnCo.net(2)
>425
Why? What are you going to do with it??

>426
I don't have any whores, sorry.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:47:08  ID:a0H2+BIj.net(3)
Oh my gosh!!! I found out something hilarious...Steve Aoki the DJ and Nobunaga from HunterxHunter look exactly like each other lol
I laughed when I googled "Steve Aoki and HunterxHunter"and found someone's tweet that says "if HunterxHunter is ever made into a movie, Steve Aoki must play Nobunaga".
I'm happy I wasn't the first one who saw extreme similarities between them. loll

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:50:02  ID:a0H2+BIj.net(3)
>427
Maybe he's gonna jack off to it. Oh yeahhh
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 00:50:58  ID:a0H2+BIj.net(3)
>412
Thnx. I hope I can.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 01:08:40  ID:2PUFUvwV.net(3)
>403
イギリス人san is so calm, which makes me feel elder.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 02:44:27  ID:ARodleJx!.n(3)
>421
I'd lived a number of years in the US before I came to the UK two years ago.
When I first got here I felt it's a boring place, but now I'm getting used to it.

What I like the best here is the safety in many senses,
like I can see a doctor without worrying much about get bankrupted,
I can walk down the street after midnight without worrying about getting shot.
And, since I'm not so young, I don't really need to keep my wild side.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 03:46:56  ID:Kb6PAt4c!.n(5)
>421 I am torn between 'Merica and Japan, however, I am afraid I would come runnin'
back to Anglia, after some adventure.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 08:43:44  ID:PRqTYnCo.net(2)
>432
Having visited the US a number of times, I can understand that. It's
definitely easy to see the benefits of the UK's system of healthcare.
And although there is some crime, it does feel much safer on the UK's
streets.

However, although my town was on the main rail line, it was pretty insignificant.
It was a quiet market town, and there really isn't anything to do there, unless you
want to be a small shop owner or a farmer.

>433
Honest question, but I'm wondering what appeals to you about the US? I liked it for
being able to buy things really cheap, and because there are some beautiful national
parks there. But I can really understand >432's view. And I really couldn't stand the
hyper-enthusiasm of American shop assistants, the growth hormones in almost all meat,
and the fake cheese.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 08:45:40  ID:OR8FrJUc.net(5)
I think イギリス人 is a nerd

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 09:23:50  ID:SyDg+6su.net(2)
I'm at a loss what to do for the rest of my life.
I admire people who know what they really want to do and try their best to accomplish it.
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 09:55:25  ID:Kb6PAt4c!.n(5)
I love outdoors, I have friends in California, Arizona, Texas, Wisconsin, but my heart is
in Virginia. I just loooove to hear that southern twang. hell yeah I have
an accent fetish.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 09:59:51  ID:Kb6PAt4c!.n(5)
>436 I know, give your life to me so I can live longer!
I am a soul eater, yes.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 10:08:03  ID:SyDg+6su.net(2)
>438
My soul is toxic, so if you eat it, you can't stop throwing up for the rest of your "longer" life...
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 10:30:09  ID:Kb6PAt4c!.n(5)
>439 Oh well then, I will let her handle you
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOZuxwVk7TU

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 11:58:50  ID:+CC0Tf4P.net(2)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 15:51:18  ID:Ny7ha2G5.net(2)
I renewed my driving license today.
I was categorized as excellent driver, so it took only one and a half hours to get the renewed license, which will expire five years later.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 16:16:05  ID:CXRhrIkZ.net(2)
The conservative candidates were doing well in the local elections except Okinawa Prefecture.
The results will bring about the conservatives' victory in the coming general elections to meet the expectations of the people, although the discrimination between the rich and the poor poses a grave social problem.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 17:04:25  ID:2PUFUvwV.net(3)
>438
you are a kamenashi chinko eater, arent you?

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 18:44:28  ID:7fSl5wal!.n
>436
Not since I was a little kid have I known what I wanted to do when I grew up.
If I won the lottery tomorrow, I have no idea what I'd do with myself (other
than "sleep more".)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 18:58:22  ID:OR8FrJUc.net(5)
I'd get plastic surgeries to make my face a lot better

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 19:20:47  ID:Ny7ha2G5.net(2)
>445
I've heard that lucky people, who won the lottery, spoil their lives because of winning the lottery itself.
Most people may need to learn how to spend money when they accidentally come by great amount of money...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 19:32:27  ID:OR8FrJUc.net(5)
>429
Im only into good looking ones by the way

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 20:23:37  ID:ARodleJx!.n(3)
>434
My town is also quiet but not far from London (about an hour by Train).
I can visit there when my life is getting unbearably boring here.
Without that luxury, I might not be able to go through...
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 21:08:05  ID:CXRhrIkZ.net(2)
If the general elections would be held, there is no clear-cut trend toward a full-scale recovery from the protracted business slump.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 22:03:33  ID:OR8FrJUc.net(5)
I'm going to make チキンラーメン with an egg and some 万能ねぎ!

I prefer cooking チキンラーメン in a pot to steaming in a bowl....

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 22:09:57  ID:Kb6PAt4c!.n(5)
>434 holy mackarel i think we are living in the same town

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 23:17:24  ID:2PUFUvwV.net(3)
>449
have you buy カレーせんべい?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/17 23:47:30  ID:1RugfCLB.net
heyy, wuss wrong with you guys?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/17 23:49:32  ID:ARodleJx!.n(3)
>453
Nah.

I actually went to London, but didn't have a chance to visit Japanese grocery stores.
I went to an Izakaya place with guys I had a meeting with.
It was fun.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 01:49:19  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
チキンラーメン is absolutely better than 辛ラーメン.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 01:56:09  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
i am also eating チキンラーメン now.
so easy to make by microwave oven.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 02:01:59  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
Now I want to eat チキンラーメン.
I envy you. I should have kept late-night snack in stock.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 02:09:22  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
but チキンラーメン is salty and fatty as a snack.
if you have late-night snack, it might be better to literally take snack foods.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 02:31:57  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
That's right! I always run half of the soup and add hot water to thin it.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 08:13:35  ID:ApjwFU0o.net(3)
i eate chicken ramen almost every day.
but no matter how much you like chicken ramen, eating it every day is torture.
so i've tried some chicken ramen recipes to change the taste: chicken ramen carbonara, chicken ramen with tomato juice, and so forth.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 08:25:50  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
you just quit eating chiken ramen, don't you?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 08:40:13  ID:ApjwFU0o.net(3)
i have no choice but to eat chicken ramen.
chicken ramen or death
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 08:43:32  ID:GV9h8L6n.net(3)
Today's weathercast says it will be dry and cold weather with piercing winds on the Pacific coast of Japan.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 14:51:09  ID:tNOIKEz6.net
>463
chicken ramen or death??
You're going to extremes.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 15:21:20  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
Chiken ramen bowl chiki don chiki don chiki don don

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 16:03:51  ID:GV9h8L6n.net(3)
Whether or not to introduce a new consumption tax on Chicken Ramen and other goods is focused on the coming general election.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 17:28:24  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
Haha chicken ramen is awesome! Obviously gaijins can't keep up with this talks since they do have no idea what チキンラーメン is lololol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 17:58:13  ID:gPvtKisx.net(2)
Chicken ramen must have been popular even among politicians
as they're always so busy that they can't help but do with it for lunch or dinner.
When the new consumption tax is introduced, they may ask for a special treatment for chicken ramen,
that is, the tax rate stays the same only for chicken ramen.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 18:32:44  ID:GV9h8L6n.net(3)
The United States and other industrialized nations fear Islamic State may increase its influence, cashing in on the unstable situation in the Middle East.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 20:12:08  ID:gPvtKisx.net(2)
The lower house is going to be dissolved on friday...tens of billion yen will be spent again for the upcoming general election...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 20:51:50  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
now i understand why イギリス人 is in japan right now...
Tenth of British men 'pay for sex'
http://www.bbc.com/news/health-30086511
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:00:43  ID:VAIo/W7u.net(2)
I gotta say HunterxHunter is insanely good. When I start watching the anime, I just can't stop. It's just great. I'm probably gonna be sitting at the computer all nite tonite.

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:06:33  ID:mOG+BPec!.n
I was reading the news today when I saw a quote from 浜矩子, along with her picture.
She has bright purple hair! When I was in Japan, the only people I ever saw with purple
hair were little old ladies from Kansai. Is it accepted because she's on TV?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:10:23  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
purple hair of old ladies is derived from deterioration of hair dye. so that's natural things.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:43:27  ID:VAIo/W7u.net(2)
It will be considered unprofessional or inappropriate at work but it's the same thing with too much bleached hair.
It's not really the matter of acceptance but it's just purple hair isn't popular with young people. They don't try any hair color except for black, brown or something similar.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:50:03  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
Ken Takakura had been dead by cancer.
thats why i frequently encountered 不器用ですから responces today at many threads.

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:52:15  ID:YhRmbRqm.net(3)
he's gone without comming out eventually.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 21:57:13  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
Oh he was gay?

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:13:35  ID:YhRmbRqm.net(3)
yeah, he's so called "closeted"!!!

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:14:56  ID:YhRmbRqm.net(3)
also a ham (daikon)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:19:05  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
i also have heard of reputation of 大根役者.
if so why he has been reputable?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:24:41  ID:ApjwFU0o.net(3)
>474
they are punk rockers. they are also dressed in a animal pattern outfit.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:28:11  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
>481
I know what "closeted" really means but what is ham?

He loved chubby guys or something?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:33:58  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
a. an actor who overacts or relies on stock gestures or mannerisms
b. overacting or clumsy acting
c. (as modifier): a ham actor.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:38:42  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
I'm going to eat a cheap frozen pizza now with some タバスコ on top!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 22:57:46  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
>cheap pizze

Probably Meiji's pizza?

I am eating a Imuraya Anpan after dinner,
because 「肉まんあんまん50周年ManyThanks」キャンペーン is now in progress!
I want to get a prize!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:11:23  ID:MObPZ8sn!.n(2)
>472
Japan is not a place known for this kind of industry.
It's probably difficult for foreigners to have a cheap/free sex unless
they are pick-up artists like the a-hole on the youtube video.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:14:13  ID:MObPZ8sn!.n(2)
Are you guys going to vote in the next month's general election?
I always regret about haven't registered for voting abroad,
but it's too late every time.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:16:33  ID:AJLUM+7i.net(8)
no. instead of election i go to sauna with horny erection.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:21:24  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
>487
LOL it's meji one! But I love cheesy pizza so I always put some とろけるチーズ on top myself!

Oh imuraya is doing some kind of giveaway? What products can you get?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:27:39  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
I will negatively vote the Leveral Democratic.
If polls indicated that Zisedai no Tou had higher rating than the Democratic Party or the Japanese Communist Party,
I would vote Zisedai no Tou.
Unfortunately Japan has no choice.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:32:45  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
>488
Did you know buying prostitute in Japan is cheapest among developed countries
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:36:26  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
>491
Collaboration between Meiji and Yukijirushi!

Specail award is ルンバ to 50 persons.
A award is コーヒーメーカーネスプレッソイニッシア
B award is an assortment of the Imuraya products.
C award is a pair of plates.

I want to get A award! I have already send five letters!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:38:50  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
A award is to(for?) 100 persons.
B award is to 500 persons.
C award is to 1000 persons!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:41:28  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
>494
Omg omg omg

I really want ルンバ chan!
Such a great invention right? When I'm out, she cleans my room!!!
This is so awesome for someone especially like me who hates cleaning lol

Because ルンバ chan is so expensive for me (´・з・`)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:41:58  ID:DsVem269.net(9)
×send
○sent

I like Imuraya's Nikuman Anman because she don't use chemical seasonings, fragrance and caramel dye!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:43:46  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
But I'm one of those who can't win giveaway at all!

If I remember correctly, I only won two seedlings of プチトマト because I apply for カゴメ giveaway!

And some assortments of ジャガビー!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:47:21  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)
Have you won any giveaway?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/18 23:51:13  ID:dDUwEcjt.net(11)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 00:00:50  ID:ogiVKchi.net(4)
Fuck, I am tired of my low level English skill.
×don't ○doesn't and probably unnatural expression and wrong grammar

>496
One ルンバ needs 10 application marks.
One Imamura has 2 marks.
イトーヨーカドー is having a half-price sale of frozen foods today, so one frozen Imamura is 189 yen including tax.
You can apply for ルンバ at 997 yen ( 189 ×5 + 52 yen post card)!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 00:05:54  ID:ogiVKchi.net(4)
No. I don't have any lcuk in my life.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 00:18:27  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
>501
Thank you for your information! Unfortunately there is no イトーヨーカドー near my house BUT there is 西友 instead and basically so many things at 西友 are a lot cheaper than local supermarkets so I'm gonna check it out!

I'm super sleepy now good night!!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 00:29:42  ID:ogiVKchi.net(4)
Good night!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 01:22:24  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>488
Really, I didn't know that.
Maybe because service industry workers are underpaid in japan?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 01:23:05  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>505
I meant to reply to >493.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 01:27:58  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>492
I felt the same way: there aren't many options to choose from.
If I was eligible this time, I'd definitely consider to punish LDP
because of wage growth stagnation, but other parties are not trustworthy...

What I hope is LDP is losing seats but still winning the majority.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 02:05:22  ID:RcxUqOQ5.net(5)
>472
A large number of tradesmen (plumbers, joiners, electricians, builders, etc.)
regularly visit countries such as the Netherlands and Thailand, both of which
are notorious for their sex industries. Although I've also been to both countries,
I only went sightseeing.

>488
Fortunately that video has been seen by a lot of people now. As well
as being banned from Australia, there's now a big petition to prevent
him from entering the UK and Canada.

Also, is it possible to find crème fraîche in Japan? I made a quiche today,
but had to use sour cream mixed with whipping cream. I tried supermarkets,
department stores, and specialty shops such as 成城石井, but with no luck.
At least 成城石井 had the kind of cheese I needed.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 02:47:48  ID:/y4LIbaO.net
have you tried net shopping? if so how about trying コストコ?
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 03:22:52  ID:RcxUqOQ5.net(5)
>509
Both are good ideas, thanks! My nearest Costco is by Chubu Airport. I suppose
3000jpy for a year isn't bad at all.

Tonight's was a quick decision though. My Finnish housemate wanted to do
some baking, so she asked me to find some ingredients today.

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 04:34:14  ID:nYXr4Rz4.net(2)
Many refugees in Syria have evacuated the country, leaving personal belongings behind. They are sneaking into Lebanon, where is located in the center of the Middle East.
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 04:46:39  ID:nYXr4Rz4.net(2)
According to the broadcast, Japanese volunteers in the Middle East are doing well despite severe political situation described as a mess.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 05:24:01  ID:RcxUqOQ5.net(5)
>511
Lately, all your posts have been correct. Just one small thing here though...
× where
○ which
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 07:48:02  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
Grammar nazis...

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:13:27  ID:1VGPSRza.net(3)
>513
Thank you for your kindness.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:20:44  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
成城石井 is one of those ブラック企業 for sure!
I was a part timer there as I was a college student.

Full time employees literally exploited part timers like to the bones...

Those who go to 成城石井 are contributing to this ブラック企業.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:32:11  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
Hence they're criminals hence they should be brought to justice hence they should be executed

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:34:24  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
>516
Oops *employers

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:40:44  ID:1VGPSRza.net(3)
A group of demonstrators went on the rampage after clashing with police in Hong Kong.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 08:53:23  ID:/qymQBCt.net
I thought that 成城石井 is a prestigious, first class supermarket...

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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 10:52:29  ID:1VGPSRza.net(3)
Management emphasized that wage increases should be tied to gains in productivity. But introducing a new consumption tax system, the wage increase may be only a nominal one.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 11:54:43  ID:ogiVKchi.net(4)
A 成城石井's coffee jelly only uses very simple ingredients and I like it.
But ローソン bought out 成城石井.
I am very worried the products may go down in quality.

523
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 12:33:51  ID:q5PGqE1r.net
Well their products are unnecessarily overpriced....

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 14:18:50  ID:m/WXZpg0.net(5)
I thought that stores of 成城石井 are located only in kanto region,
but there is a store just outside JR nagoya station which I visited several times this year.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 14:44:13  ID:RcxUqOQ5.net(5)
I agree that their products are overpriced. But it's one of the few
places I can find real cheeses. The store I sometimes visit is on B1
of LaChic in Nagoya, but it's only a Village成城石井. The store next
door to it is 北野エース, and they are even more overpriced.

For coffee, I go to Matsuya Coffee. They also sell imported foods.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/19 15:19:08  ID:NmRrY8Lp.net(5)
come on

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 17:07:13  ID:x+G+WbvJ.net
when i used to eat cheese, i found my body give off a cheesy smell.
so i stopped eating it.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 17:20:25  ID:m/WXZpg0.net(5)
People will not come to the stores where products of poor quality are sold at high prices.
So 成城石井 might leave the market in future, though I can't remember their replacement competitors.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:05:12  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
>525
How about カルディ instead?

Their stuffs are not that snobbish unlike ones from 成城石井!

YOU SHOULD NOT GO TO FREAKING 成城石井!!!!!

I used to work at 青葉台 in Yokohama. Most customers there were like celeb-ish like most of them pay by credit cards and even though we made some mistakes, the customers were very relaxed and generous!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:09:44  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
The training was like a torture

I was literally slapped on my face by this obese full time employer even though I was just a バイト
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:12:47  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
Oops staffs

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:15:20  ID:NmRrY8Lp.net(5)
>527 wow very cheezy. Even if you drink milk, your smell will be cheezy.
's why, blonde's pussy smells cheezy.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:15:56  ID:RcxUqOQ5.net(5)
>529
I forgot about カルディ!

I'll take a walk there on Friday. There's one at Kanayama Station, and
one at the nearby Aeon mall. Thanks!

Why do people abuse you so much??
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:19:15  ID:NmRrY8Lp.net(5)
Because, milk of Japan doesn't contain enough fat in my opinion.
I hope milk of Japan will have had enough fat. Better than fishy pussy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/19 18:42:41  ID:NmRrY8Lp.net(5)
I still hear people of Switzerland eat no fish. They don't normally eat any fish often like British or Spanish as well as Latins.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 19:02:18  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>530
Seriously?
I will definitely quit the job and ask for compensation.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 19:08:17  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>508
From my google search,
obviously people in japan have difficult time finding crème fraîche,
and most of them just ended up making it by themselves.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/19 19:41:36  ID:NmRrY8Lp.net(5)
>537 really? Suddenly I wanna pussyshower for your face like pusher.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 20:37:09  ID:yu4vjtRt!.n(6)
>538
I'm confused. What part of my writing seduced you?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 20:41:06  ID:m/WXZpg0.net(5)
>530
...and the obese full-time worker was also slapped on his face by his boss...?
i can't believe that.

When I went to Aoba-dai, I ate きのこのミートクリーム at LaPausa, which is on the sixth floor of 東急スクエア south2.
Cheap and yummy.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 20:49:13  ID:m/WXZpg0.net(5)
Some parents are against physical violence when they scold their child.
Other parents are for it, though they may be reluctant to do so.
Sometimes it is said that children, who are raised with hitting or kicking etc, will also raise their children with some violence,
but it that true??

542
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 20:56:05  ID:m/WXZpg0.net(5)
gee, whatever thread I visited on 2ch, i was distracted by advertisements full of 萌えキャラ.
They appear at the top, at the bottom and on the right side, and serve only as obstacles..
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 21:04:17  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
>536
Yes! I'm serious!
Looking back I should have demanded compensation money and sincere apology I guess.

>540
No. The obese one is a bitch and other full time employers called her チーフ lol

The 研修 was held at the headquarters in Yokohama and apparently I was doing wrong about saying あいさつor something and then the bitch suddenly slapped on my face

成城石井 is ブラック企業 for real
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/19 21:20:22  ID:xf+xdkQk.net(10)
>533
Speaking of カルディ I like Thai noodles there! My fave and I like dried mangos too!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/20 00:20:07  ID:QDmg7JeD.net
Hi. My name is Yoshida daisuke.
I Learn English.
My TOEIC score is 120 :)
I suppose this score is pretty good :)
I want to improve my English skill.

Please Correct my sentense!
bye!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 00:21:00  ID:gxsar6Yj.net(2)
>542
Use 2ch browsers...
I'm using "Thousand" as I'm a Mac user.
Windows users have more options.

547
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 00:24:23  ID:gxsar6Yj.net(2)
My ID doesn't have ! at the end.
Did 2ch change their policy?
Or I came back to Japan unconsciously...

548
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 00:29:55  ID:fgpRPJvU.net(3)
>530
that was a clumsy case, but from my point of view, a obnoxious behaivor such as personal attack without violence is worse for me, which can elude regulation of law.

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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/20 05:25:30  ID:9bPyhglG!.n
"I still hear people of Switzerland eat no fish"
I ate fish in Lausanne, it was sooooo delicious.
http://www.moevenpick-hotels.com/en/europe/switzerland/lausanne/hotel-lausanne...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 08:10:55  ID:OHCvw5qc.net
>543
Wow, the trainer is a woman.
Horrible.

551
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 09:04:02  ID:sztCScx1.net
My husband died last month. In m life I loved you more then anything. You touched my heart. You opened my mind. We shared the deepest love. Missing you terribly xo

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 09:40:58  ID:fgpRPJvU.net(3)
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2817/12984457134_7da6f6a830.jpg
http://katamekoi.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/20140310-190530.jp...
http://katamekoi.me/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/20140310-190540.jp...
711 begins to sell donuts at their counter,which so resemble to Mr.Donuts.
although the clerks of japanese convinience store already have been burdened with extremely heavy workloads, they must deal with another work.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/20 09:42:49  ID:gseiNYw5.net(2)
I wonder whether the stock price of Nikkei reaches \18,000 or not today.
Don't hesitate not to care about American economy. Japan should have own monetary policy and for its economy.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/20 09:44:56  ID:gseiNYw5.net(2)
>552 looks very tasty. I'm keen of sweets.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 11:47:10  ID:HBQ7Ry9q.net
hi everyone
i am a beginer of english learner
i start studying english since a month ago
i am already 22 and i have never studied at all
do you all think i will be good at english some day?

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 12:51:25  ID:eNLPEqgM.net
No

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 14:04:23  ID:m0YXF4of.net(2)
I'm glad I'm young. I still have potential, time and energy. Whatever you're trying to achieve, it's always the younger the better.

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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 14:11:36  ID:9L3Or68P.net
Unless your ambition is to grow old and die.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 14:28:26  ID:m0YXF4of.net(2)
yeah right...lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 15:34:31  ID:9TEDSrqt.net(4)
Speaking of doughnut, I bought a doughnut shaped cushion the other day.
It is comfortable when I sit on it, but it tenderly stimulates my delicate body part and I feel sexually excited against my will.
It is troublesome and i'm thinking about how to deal with it.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 15:37:36  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
i wonder if the word "horny" can be used for women.
they still have tiny tiny horns, you know XD
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 16:12:11  ID:htfpZ/o9!.n
>561
Horny is definitely gender-neutral.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 17:17:03  ID:fgpRPJvU.net(3)
>561
same to you!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 17:29:12  ID:GaSBoTo6.net(2)
水原 are going to act ミカサ, who is an anime character of "Attack on Titan."
Japanese movies and dramas are craps, because Korean steal them.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 17:36:37  ID:9TEDSrqt.net(4)
i'm wondering if Ms.水原 can express ミカサ's adorable ヤンデレ attitude and respectable dedication to エレン.
i'm not going to the theater to see the movie.

566
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 17:44:02  ID:iGScPhmFH
>560
Wear a cup.

567
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 17:47:34  ID:GaSBoTo6.net(2)
Japan has probably been not only for Japanese already.
Forigners don't know the top of the directors guild of Japan is not Japanese.
Japanese directors are almost not Japanese(or naturalized persons).
I don't see Japanese movies and drama.
I don't want to see Korean on TV, drama and movies.
This is not a 差別.

568
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 18:36:15  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
>562
thanks, I learned it now :-)

>563
mine is bigger and more tasty than ladies' :-)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 18:43:21  ID:bi5Z1s4R.net
I love white muscle guys!

570
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 18:54:30  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
so do I!
generally an average caucasian was born with more muscles than an asian in percentage.
and as you know black guys more.

571
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 20:56:32  ID:nW5w7jrs.net(3)
I think all babies are born with the same size of muscles regardless of race or even sex lol

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 21:10:02  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
that's not true.
recent genetic studies reveal humans are born unequal.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 21:55:29  ID:nW5w7jrs.net(3)
>572
Really? Do some babies have more muscles than others? And it's due to genetic difference?
I know some individuals genetically tend to be fatter, skinnier or more muscular but I thought that genetic tendency shows up after a certain age.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 22:05:50  ID:9TEDSrqt.net(4)
>552
It is likely that 711 is going to be like すき家 in due course, where the awful ワンオペ was conducted during the night shift.


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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 22:09:54  ID:9TEDSrqt.net(4)
I finally unpacked my TV set but there is no program I want to watch...
Small size panasonic viera is staring at me blankly now...waiting for me to turn it on...
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 22:32:41  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 22:39:07  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
i found myself so wimpy.
i got a needle for piercing, but cannot pierce with it my nipples or foreskin :-(
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 22:50:45  ID:gxsar6Yj!.n
>575
Good, you finally did that.
You really don't have any programs you are interested in?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 23:31:12  ID:nW5w7jrs.net(3)
>577
This is interesting. Thanks for the link.
I went over the article but it doesn't say anything about the difference in the amount of muscles in newborn babies.
It does say that the average head size of black babies is a tiny bit bigger than that of white and Asian babies but that difference is very small and unrelated to muscle mass !

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/20 23:48:55  ID:2X5qXiKt.net(7)
damn, such an asupe person!!
"born (...)" stands for "by nature."
see pp. 13-
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 01:06:09  ID:2gF+ztBt.net(3)
>577
sometimes i encouter such body pierced guys at saunas, i cant understand the merit or necessity.

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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 01:21:21  ID:/yLDUxVn.net(3)
Some can feel eroticism in destroying their bodies,
like, you know, cutting fingers off, or a cock or whatever.
I think piercing is a kind of it.

understanding others' fetish is somehow not easy.
I cannot completely understand what is erotic about balloon fetish.
any guys into it?
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=balloon+fetish&;FORM=AWIR&sid=F694DBDAF4ED44E482F6C93C78E227DB

583
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 01:22:46  ID:/yLDUxVn.net(3)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 01:40:28  ID:2gF+ztBt.net(3)
>583
you are fond of muscle and hairy guys ?
in the previous thread, you mentioned you love blue eyed Orlando Bloom, but the pictures guy is the opposite i think.
i thought you dont like chubby, but hairy and muschle category lies similiar position to chubby.

anyway i will be able to boast baldness in the near future...

585
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 02:05:40  ID:/yLDUxVn.net(3)
I have not mentioned I love Orlando Bloom himself.
He's an example for super cute guys.

I'd say I prefer mature guys.
I'm kind of "fuke-sen" as my dutch BF is 52yo.

The guy is the pic is not chubby at all, though chubs are still OK to me.
In my opinion, BMI under 25-30 can be called chubby technically.
over 30 is FAT, definitely FAT!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 02:22:39  ID:2gF+ztBt.net(3)
as long as mature guys, you dont have any preference for their appearance ?
i think fuke-sen are advantage as they get older, whearas waka-sen tend not to be treated as sexual object by young guys.
anyway my BMI was 32!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 02:23:00  ID:PIfRdYkv.net(2)
Angelina Jolie is a tremendous anti-Japanese bitch.
Go to hell!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 05:49:18  ID:5J6cOH+K.net(3)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOFCQ2bfmHw

People from countries that celebrate halloween knows this song.
That's what an ESL blog says about this song. Only American people are familiar
with it?

Every Halloween party venue plays this song? Very catchy song.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/21 09:01:24  ID:g5hU2uFk.net
come on TEST

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 13:33:05  ID:1wPkXeZN.net
>578
No, I don't.
i will watch news programs for the time being, in order to catch up with the latest news.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 17:38:54  ID:5J6cOH+K.net(3)
I am not welcome about Holloween taking its root gradually in Japan,
because it's not originally Japanese thing.(Let's put aside Christmas and other things of
western origin now.)
Japanese people wearing costume gathering in Shibuya, Roppongi is rediculous.
More rediculous thing and what made me doubt my eyes, however is the news that
Yamaguchu-gumi, the largest Yakuza in Japan has been giving for years candies to kids who visited
the Japan's largest criminal organization's headquarter for Halloween. Gimme a break.
Can't believe some parents took their kids there to get candies.
That's their way of leaving an impression on general public that Yakuza
is not that bad. Does those stupid parents not understand that where the money to
buy the candies come from? Illegal business, of course. What stupid parents.
Yamaguchi-gumi provided free meal when the Great Hanshin Awaji earthquake hit
in Kobe area, where its headquarters is located. That was also a way they
make general public feel grateful about the organization.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 17:48:50  ID:PIfRdYkv.net(2)
You are logical. That is just the 間接的自己責任.
If people all over the world get the value, the world will be more peace.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 18:27:23  ID:Bidjr1ih.net(5)
I'm eating at McDonald's again!

Today it's グラコロ! It's one of my faves!

Of course I'm drinking cola zero again!!!!!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 18:40:30  ID:Bidjr1ih.net(5)
There is this family next to me and I can't believe mother actually went to McDonald's for dinner wtf

Her children are like still 4 or 5 or 6 years old...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 18:49:51  ID:KkmIPo6T.net(2)
グラコロ is both inside carbo and outside carbo...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 18:53:38  ID:Bidjr1ih.net(5)
>595
That's why I always order cola zero and I I to gym to burn fat and look good!!!!

Also I like 月見バーガー!!!

597
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 18:59:47  ID:KkmIPo6T.net(2)
cola zero is reportedly meaningless to obesity.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 19:10:07  ID:E+FENj7+!.n
>591
As long as you're talking about the yamaguchigumi, this article has been making the rounds:
https://news.vice.com/article/this-may-be-the-most-dangerous-and-mo...

>593
And here's a video for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnQ5pIEuJss
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 19:32:56  ID:Bidjr1ih.net(5)
>598
I won't watch that video because he sucks

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 19:35:05  ID:Bidjr1ih.net(5)
>597
WTF
But it's better than the regular one for sure.

I like the taste of cola zero! So so refreshing that I almost forget everything in my mind!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 21:46:28  ID:5J6cOH+K.net(3)
>592
Never heard of the difficult word. Thanks for helping me enrich my Japanese
vocabulary.w

>588
Yeah. Actually that was the article I tried to post along with a photo of a mom and her kid
visiting yamaguchi-gumi headquarters to get candies on Halloween.
2chan didn't allow me to put links to the article and the photo.

You can't tell which is the head of Yakuza without captions, can you? The authority in
charge of holding 2020 Olympics got to do something for clean Olympics.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/21 22:35:58  ID:kFBffLjG.net
Fuck French! Why they are so snobbish and arrogant and conceited?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/22 01:11:48  ID:L1Q5sTHj.net
>602 How can't you like France? Do you like David Guetta?
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 05:56:32  ID:4tFlR79Q.net(3)
Coca Cola Orange was much better than I expected. But maybe just once
or twice is enough.

>602
You can have honorary British citizenship for saying that.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 06:09:10  ID:R+FYPf4f.net(2)
>604
Coca Cola Orange?! Never heard of it before. I guess it's not much different from Fanta Orange

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 06:13:27  ID:Uz/gc4MV.net(3)
coca cola orange is sold at my local supermarket.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 08:42:56  ID:R+FYPf4f.net(2)
>604
Do you live in Japan?
Is Coca Cola Orange sold worldwide?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 09:49:49  ID:WEktoApC.net(2)
The Kanji I don't like the most is 咎 because it is like a Hangul!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 15:46:16  ID:RsQ6xy4g.net
>580
Oh now I see. I didn't know the expression. Srry about that!

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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:34:41  ID:23zO6z893
>603
France itself is a beautiful country. The people can be not so great.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:29:36  ID:PAha7uEK.net(3)
1. buy cola zero and orange juice at a supermarket near your house
2. mix them
3. you can drink coca cola orange anywhere
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:35:26  ID:PAha7uEK.net(3)
I went to a chinese restaurant at Ginza with my parents.
Ginza Chuo street was full of beautiful young guys and ladies
so I continued looking down on the pavement on my way to the Yurakucho station because of embarrassment and shame and jealousy.

613
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:43:06  ID:PAha7uEK.net(3)
According to a book, which was well sold several years ago,
impression and value of someone 90% depends on his or her looks.
I 100% agree with that.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:49:56  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
Today I went to ミスド and got this cup cake with Oreo-ish cookie on top!

It's so so good! Also I always go to ミスド on sales days so I was surprised they are more expensive than I thought!!!!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 17:59:54  ID:Uz/gc4MV.net(3)
>611
why dare to chose zero cola ? ww

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 18:07:19  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
>603
Omg you like おフランス?
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 18:27:22  ID:4tFlR79Q.net(3)
>607
Yes, I live in Japan. However, Coca Cola Orange was available in the
UK for a short time in 2007. I didn't try it then, though.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 20:23:36  ID:Uz/gc4MV.net(3)
japan have started three-day weekend, so i plan to head for Hokuoukan which is the most largest gay sauna with 7 story building in osaka.
i am 180cm tall and 105kg weight and a close haircut, which are thought to be a big guy in japan, so i can lure nice guys easily compared to regular weeend (because i am a regular customer...).
but i know these tentative relationships are once for all, so after coming back home, i just feel emtiness even if i could be welcomed

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 20:55:14  ID:XL7bvbTX.net(2)
i'm only interested in saving money.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 21:14:21  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
>619
Tell us your tips
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 21:20:13  ID:XL7bvbTX.net(2)
>620
dunno
but i might've found some tips to generate money.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 21:25:12  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
>621
What's that? Some kind of money game?

623
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 21:44:59  ID:WEktoApC.net(2)
Tomorrow is 新嘗祭(勤労感謝の日).
Holloween and Christmas are not holidays, but 新嘗祭 and 天皇誕生日 are holidays!
新嘗祭 is a very important festival.
天皇陛下 does Shinto rituals while doing 正座 for long time.
天皇陛下 is 御old age, but prays to God for people.
It's a very sorry Japan when people don't know it and give themselves to Holloween or Christmas.
I belong to DDD( Die Die Dan). Japan doesn't need Christmas any more.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 22:09:20  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
Omg the earthquake is coming in 30 seconds!!!!!

625
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 22:26:14  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
I hope イギリス人 is freaked out right now lol

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 22:26:48  ID:VF2dWQc8.net(7)
Must be his very first time to experience 地震
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/22 23:58:25  ID:4tFlR79Q.net(3)
>626
It's my first since 22 years ago, when I lived in Germany. Nothing
much happened here though. The light fixtures shook a little...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 00:15:10  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>627
How old are you by the way?

Are you one of those "oyaji"?

You speak German? I'm sure you don't
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 00:50:07  ID:/WJ0GKnG.net(5)
I was on the sixth floor of a building when the earthquake happened. My American friend noticed it first and told me it was shaking. I'm too used to earthquakes so I didn't notice it until then.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 01:12:25  ID:/WJ0GKnG.net(5)
男梅 is so good! I like low calorie, easy-to-eat kind of snacks like this :3

631
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 01:38:21  ID:HQ27JF2E.net
>627
in 3/11/2011, where have you been?
probably you could experience a unprecedented shaking even if you were in nagoya.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 02:56:36  ID:/WJ0GKnG.net(5)
Ah today was fun. And I got back my motivation to keep trying. Thanks to the random youtuber!

633
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 03:40:37  ID:TKqCjPS4.net
>628
Not an oyaji yet. I was pretty young when I lived in Germany. I only
speak a little German. And I don't speak Oromo, Amharic, Chinese or
Malay, even though I've lived in countries that speak those languages.

>631
Back then, I was still living in England, so we didn't feel anything.
The biggest earthquakes in England might just knock a plate off a shelf.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 03:43:23  ID:YyXcJd1Z.net(2)
If you're studying Japanese, I recommend you add Shuzo Matsuoka's
daily calendar named "まいにち、修造!" ("Everyday Shuzo") to the list of
your study materials. Since it's release in September it's already sold
more than 40 thousands and a talk of town.

For people living in a cave (and from overseas who don't know who he is),
Shuzo Matsuoka is an extremely passionate former pro tenis player and is known as
kind of like a mentor of Kei Nishikori, Japanese tenis sensation, who went to the final
of US open this year, ranked top 5 in ATP 2014 ranking.

Why do I recommend it and why has it's sales been shooting through the roof?
Because it has his encouraging words he actually said in the past and new ones for
the release on every page besides his photos to motivate, psych you up and sometimes
even console you when you're down.

This is almost a joke calendar and his facial expressions and poses in the calendar is
real funny. By reading his encouragement written on each page,
you will develop a habit of reading Japanese every day and your Japanese comprehension skill
will improve.

Forget about electronic gadgets. "Everyday Shuzo" is a must-buy for yourself
and friends who study Japanese for a Christmas gift.

635
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 03:47:57  ID:YyXcJd1Z.net(2)
The movement of independence of Scotland was a political earthquake so to speak.

636
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 04:11:24  ID:/WJ0GKnG.net(5)
Things to do: 1 sing up for a gym 2 find a good paying part time job and save up money 3 check balance in my bank account 4 do something about my lost pocket wifi 5 start working on an assignment for jp immigrant class
To do list for this week!(starting from today)

637
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 05:25:50  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
Tenno heika banzai!
Today is a special day for Japanese more than Holloween or Christmas.
I'll eat new rice today and rice cake(not 餅 but rice flour cake) on 12/23.
I am a very Japanese.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 06:04:07  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
【社会】天皇陛下、深夜の拝礼取りやめ=新嘗祭「リスク大きい」―宮内庁(c)2ch.net
【社会】天皇陛下、深夜の拝礼取りやめ=新嘗祭「リスク大きい」―宮内庁 /ニュース速報+板

oh...

3 名前:名無しさん@0新周年@転載は禁止[sage] 投稿日:2014/11/21(金) 17:06:54.48 ID:BNfCziyN0
国民が陛下の健康を祈願する夜だな


I agree to it 100%.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 06:52:07  ID:/WJ0GKnG.net(5)
Holy crap it's already bright outside! I can't believe I've been up this whole time. Good thing today was Sunday.

640
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 10:21:12  ID:Vla2YyA4!.n
>637
Drink 日本酒 also!
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:04:28  ID:col20Nny!.n(4)
A friend left me a bottle of Junmaisei Kuma Shouchu a few years ago,
how long does it last? and how to drink it?

642
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:08:51  ID:col20Nny!.n(4)
>637 Please tell us the importance of the day. Thank you.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:18:09  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
>633
You look like a good mannered intelligent oyaji for your English, even though you are young.
I'm afraid I come across as a child for my English despite I'm pretty old.

It's a common struggling for second language learners, right?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:44:06  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
I said to someone that he doesn't look smart but I was surprised that he's actually very smart. I meant it as my best compliment mixed with a bit of humor. But he didn't take it that way.
This kind of small miscommunication can lead to a big conflict between individuals so I need to watch my words.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:57:09  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
Sounds very familiar!
My big brother is something like that!

He looks so baka but he graduated from the university of Tokyo and directly went to the graduate school too!

646
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 11:59:05  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
>644
Agreed.
Not only words but also face expressions like :-D
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 12:03:24  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
Oh that's Cool. You should be proud of him. I think it's definitely better to look dumb but be actually smart than the other way around. LOL

648
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 12:07:24  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
>646
No I told him that Face to face. We were sitting at a bar across the table from each other. And I said it with a full smile on my face.

649
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 12:18:57  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
Oh sorry you said facial expressions. I thought you meant Smiley because of the :-) you put at the end. Yeah facial expressions are important too.
I need to practice how to smile properly though. Sometimes when I think I'm smiling, people tell me I'm smirking.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 13:00:53  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
>649
Yeah, property match to the situation. We are not robot so have various smile.
Anyway it's important to look dumb to win a war.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 13:58:02  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
>640
Good idea, but regrettably I don't drink at all.
However, I want to drink whisky because of Massan.
I will probably drink when Massan fainally makes whisky in the drama.
I will buy a bottle of whisky for the day.

>642
"This day was originally called 新嘗祭(Niinamesai), or Harvest Festival, until the end of WW.
It's when the emperor dedicates the year's rice and sake to Amaterasu-Ohmikami, the Goddess of the Sun,
and other Shinto gods while he eats and drinks.
This practice became standard in the 7th century and is still done today in the Imperial Palace.“

It's a quotation from a book, not my own words.
In my own words, left-wingers or Korean should know Tenno is not a person in power but the head of Shinto.
Japanese should celebrate today more.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 14:06:42  ID:6R0GhlMe.net(3)
>649
I don't think that the smiles, which need practice, are true smiles...

653
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 15:19:46  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>642
Please tell us the importance of kamenashi

654
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 15:37:24  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
I want this one because I can't get a gf.
But it's around about 300 bucks. It's expensive.

http://www.e-nls.com/pict1-39954
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655
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 16:26:03  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
>654
If you can succeed to develop a god hand, no need to buy that expensive machines.
Skills help you always in everything. Commit to brush up your technique!
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656
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 16:56:09  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
>655
I'm lazy. I even don't want to jerk off using my hand. I want to cum automatically watching porn.

So need this machine.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 17:15:06  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
>656
I can't imagine a lazy guy would bother to set up and cleaning & maintenance that state of the art machine.

658
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 17:53:31  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
Somebody gimme money!

I wanna buy that machine now!

659
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 18:40:35  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
It's a bargain ordering from abroad due to this miracle cheap yen.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:03:48  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
I'm at ニトリ now to check some chairs

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:07:54  ID:L+4/4N0S.net(6)
Turned out only shitty ones available here

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:28:30  ID:CeNDkBIj.net(3)
>616 nein, nie, non for David Guetta. I prefer Swedish production such as IKEA and H&M.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:33:52  ID:CeNDkBIj.net(3)
>659 It's nice. Sometimes we people have to learn how imports are good. some stuffs are bad of course, but it seems
there isn't any innovation from this country these days. So buying from abroad is nice especially from Europe.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:37:01  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
I miss three years ago. I needed a working chair. I had gone to ニトリ many times.
I wanted a ハーン chair.
But I feared the explosion of the chair's cylinder,
I bought a used chair without any cylinder at a recycled-office-supplies shop after all.
No cylinder, but made in Japan and for business use, so very strong.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:45:12  ID:CeNDkBIj.net(3)
oh wait it's ironic expression isn't it? expensive to buy the stuff from abroad with cheap yen.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 19:57:36  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
Japanese exporters, like car makers, are at full swing now under weak yen.

667
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 21:17:10  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>662
Sorry I don't understand what you say!

I like IKEA but there is no IKEA shop near my house :/ I sometimes go to H&M but clothes there are not that good quality

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 21:20:01  ID:3TcYbvlN.net(8)
To meet overseas demands, of course.
Only exporters and investors gained benefits under the abenomix policy.
We ordinary people get financial hardship because our daily lives are based on imported goods, without wage raise matched to inflation orz.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 21:20:25  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>664
LOL
I wanted a ハーン chair too! But the only chair I found it good is almost 20,000 yen. It's pretty expensive to me...

Maybe I'm gonna shop around before buying
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 21:41:36  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
>669
I think so, too.
Cheap urethane will be weakening soon, even if use a cushion.
I wanted a strong urethane chair but it is too much espensive!
Now I have used the used chair more than 10 hours a day about for three years,
but urethane is just like when I bought it!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:02:38  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
>650
True. When you pass as smart, you will have to deal with high expectations. It's always better to keep a low profile. Fortunately I'm not smart so I don't have to worry about all this shit. \(^o^)/ Hurrayyy
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:07:39  ID:6R0GhlMe.net(3)
>654
I almost made tasty pudding come out of my mouth when clicking the hyperlink and browsing the webpage.
What an item that is...

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:14:19  ID:6R0GhlMe.net(3)
High expectations are now ready to pounce at >671...
In this strangely crazy society, no one can get away from high expectations.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:22:45  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>670
That sounds cool!
I sit on a chair for hours a day so I think investing in chair is not that bad at all I guess!

But I hate ニトリ because there are so many リア充 couples picking up dishes or folks or whatever

I mean like is there any stores which are only available to single person?
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:25:04  ID:col20Nny!.n(4)
>651 Thank you! I looked it up on the web and found videos of the ritual.
A day so important for Japan should be made known to the whole wide world.
If you celebrate with friends, do you wish each other a happy Niinamesai?
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KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:27:31  ID:col20Nny!.n(4)
Happy Harvest Holidays dear Japanese friends and GOD!
Thank you for letting us take a glimpse of your beautiful culture,
I would like to treasure it as if my own.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 22:44:56  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
I'm going to get permanent hair removal laser thing in my nose!

So so excited! No need to use 鼻毛カッター! Yay!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 23:05:37  ID:mrQyUxeA.net(6)
>674
Right! Good chair is very comfortable!
I hope I'll get a high class chair like manga-ka are using.

That's too bad...I felt the same feeling at IKEA last week.
I haven't gotten over the shock yet.
However, I will try to go to イクスピアリ alone on Chirstmas Eve in order to get some half price Christmas cakes.

>675
Thanks for your trouble in watching the video.
Anyway, yeah!, I want the world to know Tenno is not a both emperor and person in authority.
I celebrated it alone. I offered new rice on the Kamidana(small shinto shrine).
I am not a farmer or Shinto priest, so I have never met people who think today is an important day all my life.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 23:09:03  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
>673
Sure, we all have some sort of expectations from other people. It's just if you want to keep them lower or higher.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 23:19:17  ID:fvk7KOiK.net(7)
Oh my Gosh I can't believe I made it. I've been awake for more than 24 hours straight. woo hoo I took an hour nap before dinner but that doesn't count. LOL
Now I'm so sleepy and tired that I will be able to go to sleep as soon as I get into bed.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 23:26:01  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
>678
Lololol

You're such a fighter! I'm gonna try to get some half price cakes too!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/23 23:29:51  ID:dYE7uD4w.net(8)
I'm so sleepy too! Hopefully I will have a sweet and naughty dream...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 00:33:10  ID:tc1pDP9b.net
Oops. Not more than 24 hours but more than 48 hours. I'm so bad at math. lol

>682
Cut out a sexy picture from a mens' magazine and slip it under your pillow. That might help.

684
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 00:41:28  ID:cMPHrKW3.net(5)
>677
how about shaving your hair as well ?!

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 03:14:42  ID:3bZwFKMf.net(4)
>677
I'd like to have mine removed too.
How much is that going to cost?

It's a sad story of later part of my life that they become rampant while my hairs get thinner and thinner orz.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 03:46:32  ID:3bZwFKMf.net(4)
Our culture is getting weaker in line with the declining birthrate.
Onany support high tech items like Tenga are playing great role in encouraging single boys as you can see in this thread.

To be honest , I want to try the state of the art machine one time, which was introduced yesterday.
Omotenashi culture are going way in every aspect.

687
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 05:24:37  ID:cMPHrKW3.net(5)
i heard once native speakers live in japan, they are astounded the size of insects such as centipeds and cockroachs.
in canada, these insects are so tiny compared to japan, is it really?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/24 06:42:37  ID:BCm4GghS.net
Prime minister Mr. Abe dissolve the House of Representatives.
You guys support the dissolution?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 08:27:17  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
This is the last chance to regain "Japan" from Koreans resident in Japan or anti-Japanese naturalized Japanese people.
If Abe wins, he will be in power for 4 years at least. This is very important for 除鮮.

But...I am very worried about it.
The media can still control issues in this election.
Japan has no choice but a lot of Japanese people probably don't think so.

If Abe wins, Japanese must make a decent opposition party just this time.
Japanese don't need anti-Japanese opposition parties any more.
They have always delayed revitalization of the economy.
The Lost Decade in the 2000s after the Lost Decade in the 1990s is the result of anti-Japanese people's giving Korea aid(treason).

I hope 次世代の党 will become the largest opposition party in 4 years.
I know why 民主党 did マニュフェスト詐欺.
They attracted ignorant Japanese people with the マニュフェスト as bait.
Their primary objective is always tha act of treason.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:21:20  ID:3bxNsZkw.net(4)
I was once astounded by the size of native english speakers visiting japan.
big belly, stout arms.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:24:58  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
Until today I didn't know 新小岩駅 is famous for being a suicidal spot....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:32:15  ID:3bxNsZkw.net(4)
>691
When I passed by 新小岩駅, riding on 総武線 train, I felt a bit frightened.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:33:56  ID:3bZwFKMf.net(4)
>688
Many pundits say his party will defeat the oppositions in a landslide however I doubt it.
I knew the abenomix would fail because there is virtually no third arrow(structual reform).

He's only doing the same old story of LDP. Just spending money for giant industries and rich investors. What is worse, his cheap yen policy brought additional huge amount of national debts.
Boys and girls will have to burden the ultra hevy debts eventually.

Mr Abe is a liar for the third arrow, I think.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:48:07  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
I don't agree with spoiling the people.

The consumption tax is for the better future.
But DPJ 's deficit-covering government bonds were too much.
The bonds and 仕分け(assortment?) couldn't carry out their manifesto.

I can't explain them in English enough.
Abe needs more time.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 09:56:57  ID:3bZwFKMf.net(4)
>694
Right.
Raising the consumption tax & structual reform are badly needed for Japan's future development.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 10:14:49  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
>692
I just googled it and I learned that so many people committed suicide in the short period of time!

http://i.imgur.com/Ybzd9f6.jpg
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 10:18:13  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
Oh, English is very difficult.
I think of "badly" as a nagative adverb.
I looked up "badly&needed"and now I got it.
Thanks.

698
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 10:38:04  ID:3bxNsZkw.net(4)
>696
Japanese people may be apt to take things too seriously...
I heard that if someone commits a suicide in latin american countries, it should be reported on the front page of newspaper...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 10:52:33  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
>698
I heard something similar story too!

Also in Japan bodies can not be seen on tv and in the newspaper but in foreign counties you can easily see dead bodies on tv and newspaper or whatever
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 10:58:22  ID:cMPHrKW3.net(5)
tomorrow is the day after consective holidays, so people plan to commit suicide are magnified i anticipate.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 13:00:33  ID:C+kfzaDX.net
i am having a guest from uk this weekend, please tell me nice uk topic to talk about!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 13:09:10  ID:Ws61J8GA.net(2)
If your uk friend is ネトウヨ type, UKIP is a great topic

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 13:27:55  ID:ivKww0MS!.n(3)
>687
Humid subtropical environments (like Tokyo, or Hong Kong causes insects to get big, I guess.
The centipedes and cockroaches didn't bother me; we had similarly large ones in Texas. But
the wasps? WTF!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 13:30:22  ID:Ws61J8GA.net(2)
Wasps should be wiped out!

Yes! White Anglo Saxon Protestant!

They are bad bad bad bad like chinks and gooks

705
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 13:35:32  ID:ivKww0MS!.n(3)
Probably the most disconcerting was おしりかじり虫, who seems to like foreigners
quite a bit. Maybe it's because we have bigger bottoms?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 14:25:50  ID:3bxNsZkw.net(4)
>699
What?? dead bodies??
Such explicit pictures or scenes must be kept away from young children...i don't think those materials are good for them.

707
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 15:56:42  ID:8bJLeCvT.net(4)
>705
No, because you American have dirtier bottom. You guys should hurry up and set up washlet nationwide.

708
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 17:24:11  ID:8hav1Fnm.net(2)
>701
1 the queen and the prince
2 harry potter
3 football
4 tesco
5 afternoon tea
6 the thames river
7 the beatles
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 17:38:12  ID:cMPHrKW3.net(5)
>703
you mean, what make you panic is a giant hornet in japan ?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/24 17:41:14  ID:at7wSV/8.net(2)
>694
I have same idea regarding consumption tax. Mr. Abe should have hiked to 10%.
I concern about massive amout ofnational debt to cause hyper inflation.
In my option, tax should be hiked around 20% as well EU.

711
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/24 17:55:15  ID:at7wSV/8.net(2)
>689
除鮮? it's typical word Netouyo says.
Exclusivism or xenophobia doesn't mean patriotic attitude.
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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 18:09:41  ID:ivKww0MS!.n(3)
>709
Specifically, 大雀蜂 and 毛深雀蜂. We have wasps and hornets in the US, but they're
not as big, and not as dangerous.

713
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 18:19:43  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
>711
Not exclusivism or xenophobia.
It is nonsense that Korean have a great infuluence on Japanese politics.
Japanese opposition parties are almost spokespersons for Korea.
Japan needs decent opposition parties.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 19:29:11  ID:3kMMSBtH.net
ゲイの世界、ノンケ並みに幸せになれない、子供も作れない、やるだけの世界、しかも好みがとにかく細かい、30越えればもっと難しい、今は家族健在だからいいけどなくなったら孤独孤独孤独…

この世界は幸せになれないもういや、でも逝く勇気もない、ノンケの家族連れ見て、指くわえて妬んで終わりもうとにかくいや!

715
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 20:28:51  ID:MFfxpxvT.net(5)
calm down!
the gay world is not that small and intolerant.

some are into grandpas, and some are into fat men.
some like midgets, and some like stinky guys.

but you should notice the gates are narrow!
most of men love men with adorable faces and fitty bodies.
so don't be lazy about keeping your flesh nice :-)
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 20:58:41  ID:8bJLeCvT.net(4)
>715
Show us your hot sexy body sometime. We'll rate you out of 10.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 21:34:01  ID:NR+YYreM.net
>701
How terrible the French are
How useless David Cameron is
The weather (how cold it's getting)
Football or Rugby or Cricket

Basically, anything you can both complain about. British people love
complaining about things.

>651
Is Massan still on?? I thought it ended a while ago. Has he still not
made any whisky? I gave up on it because the main actress is terrible.
And because the story didn't seem to be going anywhere.

>643
Ah... thank you. I wouldn't say you come across as a child, but I know
what you mean. Like when I try to use Japanese, I often use simple terms
and sentences. As you say, it's a common stage for people using a second
language. But you'll get past that.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/24 21:41:35  ID:x3LYq9WC.net
>713
If you don't want to be regarded as netouyo, you should not use word like 除鮮 literally means 'deport Koreans'. which is rightly same with xenophobia.
Anyway your opinion is slightly obscure. Regarding Koreans influence in Japan's politics, you should explain in detail. I don't think they have such a political power because, as you know, they don't have voting rights and eligible for election.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 21:48:51  ID:MFfxpxvT.net(5)
>716
when I got pierced nipples I will show you, haha XD

720
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 21:58:19  ID:8bJLeCvT.net(4)
You'll get both nipples pierced? That's not sexy! It'll make you look like a cow in heat. Do just one of them.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 21:58:49  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
カリカリ梅 from seven eleven is my new obsession!

722
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:01:12  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
>717
Massan is a 朝ドラ. It is broadcast 6 days a week, total 150 times, until 2015/3/28.
He has not made whisky yet.
I am interested that you think the main actress is terrible.
The drama will not be famous abroad, will it?
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:01:29  ID:MFfxpxvT.net(5)
>720
Actually I want a pierced septum!! that's really like a cow, huh? :-)

http://bodyart.batanga.com/2011-07-28/3257/el-piercing-septum
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:07:12  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
>718
Thanks for the advice.
I am very angry at their behavior and there are no good Korean in Japan who denies false histories except for 呉善花.
Oh, she has become Japanese. I don't know good Korean in Japan.

I want to explain them in English, but it is very difficult...
If you are Japanese, I think you know the details.
Aren't you Japanese?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:08:50  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
>723
Noooooo. You can't be sexy with it.

726
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:09:55  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
>708
LOL at "tesco" lolololol

727
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:17:35  ID:8hav1Fnm.net(2)
A few months have passed since I spotted this thread by chance and joined it.
Now I found myself learning more and more words and phrases that are closely related to the mysterious gay world......

728
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:34:29  ID:MFfxpxvT.net(5)
then I will teach you some must gay words :-)

top (tachi), bottom (neko), versatile (riba, who can be both top and btm)

cut (no proper word for it, chinko with katsurei), uncut (hokei)

twink (jonny-kei), hunk (gacchiri-kei), bear (kuma), daddy (oyaji)
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:36:04  ID:MFfxpxvT.net(5)
* johnny-kei

730
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:38:13  ID:cMPHrKW3.net(5)
>722
the main actress is from US. so イギリス人-san may have noticed her english is wierd as Scott.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 22:51:27  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
>730
OH、I am very baka. "Actress" means 女優! I thought of "actress" as 玉山.
I got it! Thanks!

732
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 23:01:42  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
Her grandmother comes from Scotland.
If I remember correctly, she was praised for her Scottish by a Scotswoman in the FCCJ's press interview.
I wasn't worried at that point.

733
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 23:15:34  ID:8bJLeCvT.net(4)
Lol

734
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 23:42:01  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
Lol

735
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 23:49:36  ID:jGroVB/B.net(9)
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      /ノ  \   u. \ !?
    / (●)  (●)    \ 
    |   (__人__)    u.   | Lol>
     \ u.` ⌒´      /
    ノ           \
  /´               ヽ

         ____
<Lol   /       \!??
      /  u   ノ  \
    /      u (●)  \
    |         (__人__)|
     \    u   .` ⌒/
    ノ           \
  /´               ヽ

736
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/24 23:56:55  ID:xEq7nmv+.net(8)
Gay words I know are gaydar, woof, bareback, straight-acting

737
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 00:01:42  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
Oh I totally forgot doing this

Don't Korea!

738
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 00:44:42  ID:SoD7Jl+t.net(4)
>722
Ah, I see. I didn't realise it was being aired for so long. Thank you
for the information! As for the main actress, >730 has the answer. Though
someone said the accent was okay in a press interview, I think it's
unlikely that they would criticise it.

Also it's kind of interesting that they chose to change the names of
the characters from their original names.
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739
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 00:46:37  ID:OGaas+qQ.net
I had sex with white gaijin today!

740
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 00:49:14  ID:QjbkFGFd.net(2)
>728
you know not every gay plays tachi and neko, how i can call these people who play neither?
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741
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/25 01:17:15  ID:dZAA1yay.net(3)
>724
Of course I am Japanese and I don't have a good feeling with previous and current president in Korea.I am sick of his/her rude remarks and behavior to Japan.

But ordinary Korean people are another story. I believe some Korean are good, the others are crap. it's same with Japanese. don't you think so?
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742
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 01:25:50  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
All Koreans are equally bad

743
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 03:23:29  ID:SoD7Jl+t.net(4)
>741
The two Koreans I live with also really dislike President Park.
One of them is more nationalistic than the other, but they both
still love Japan.
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744
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 04:32:23  ID:fjtmflLh!.n
>728
I more commonly hear "pitcher" and "catcher" rather than "top" and "bottom"; top and bottom
have more of an BDSM aspect to them. And for those who go both ways, I usually hear "switch".
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745
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 04:36:02  ID:pnmDOcuW.net
>741
Yeah, I agree with you. I had the chance to get to know some Chinese and Korean people personally and they were nice and reserved people.

I have to say I've seen arrogant assholes too but it doesn't change the fact that there are some kind-hearted people.

Not only China and Korea but I believe we can say the same thing about any other countries. But hey you knew this is 2ch of all places, right? What you're doing is like going to a church and declaring you're a freakin' atheist. haha
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746
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/25 05:05:47  ID:dZAA1yay.net(3)
>745
Going to a church, and declare to be atheist.
Could be. it's funny example. lol

747
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/25 05:46:43  ID:dZAA1yay.net(3)
>743
Criticizing Japan is easy way to gainpublic support for Korean president. That averts people's eye from some problems of nation. I think it's kind of populism and unfaithful method for not only Japan but Korean nationals.
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748
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 08:55:23  ID:PV3TZCO2.net(5)
>738
It is probably because Massan is almost all fiction.
But it contains a lot of facts.
I didn't now Japanese ウヰスキー is whisky, not whiskey.

>741
It is very dangerous thinking because good Korean are minority.
Japanese has believed so, but has continued to be betrayed.
Don't you know the extent of the damage?
Anyway, what I want to say is not thing at a personal level.
Japanese opposition parties or media are doing very anti-Japanese activities.
Don't you know the facts? Japan need to exclude Korean's influence.

749
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 08:57:22  ID:SZaWENkp.net(2)
>744
baseball is only popular in a few countries.
i wonder if "pitcher" "catcher" thing is heard all over the world.

750
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/25 08:59:50  ID:GAL+oloI!.n
going to a church and declaring you're a freakin' atheist.
what is wrong with that?
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751
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 09:22:14  ID:PV3TZCO2.net(5)
I don't think whether Korean don't like President Park or not is a proof of good Korean.
If there were a lot of good Korean,
there would be no 歴史問題、仏像問題、スポーツ問題、韓国人犯罪 and other problems.

752
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 10:48:51  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
くちどけショコラデニッシュ from seven eleven is my fave! You should try it out!!
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753
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 11:16:03  ID:SZaWENkp.net(2)
くちどけショコラデニッシュ sounds gay!
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754
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 11:22:11  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
>753
Sounds so gay but this looked so yummy that I couldn't help but buy it!

755
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 12:35:54  ID:1zqJtqlx.net
>717
>708
thank you for the nice list up! now no concern for me to find the talking topics! cheers

756
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 13:41:03  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
>750
I'd like to try that! But tons of retarded Christians would attack me I guess
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757
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 15:39:48  ID:SoD7Jl+t.net(4)
>752
I want to find the エッグベネディクト風マフィン from 7-Eleven. So far, I've
had no luck.

>747
That's a classic tactic. The same method Kirchner of Argentina is using
with the UK. Shifting attention to our islands, so people look away
from the economic and political troubles of Argentina.
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758
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 16:43:14  ID:sEdwWgdi.net(2)
This is worth reading for all the people learning a foreign language.

http://www.brainpickings.org/2014/01/29/carol-dweck-mindset/

759
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 17:25:14  ID:XX27d9FR.net(4)

760
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 17:49:25  ID:PV3TZCO2.net(5)
One of the most abominable thinking foreigners fall into and that I often take a look at on English BBS is
that Abe provokes Japanese people in order to get support for his party.
This is not populism(^ω^#)bikibiki
The thinking >747 is an insult to Japanese people.
I hate such a "Both of them are to blame" thinking.
The thinking is the very thing that averts people's eyes from the true nature of 日韓問題.
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761
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 17:50:57  ID:sEdwWgdi.net(2)
>750
Well, I should have said an extremely radical church with enthusiastic believers who would homeschool their kids and deny anything but the teachings of Christianity.
That's a good analogy for 2ch and self-described right wing 2ch ねらーず in the sense that it takes a miracle to talk them out of whatever they believe in. Whether good or bad, it's just how they are.
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762
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 18:12:47  ID:QjbkFGFd.net(2)
once i have recommended chunsoft sound novel games to native spekers in this thread, which unfortunately had been japanese only.
yet... finally かまいたちの夜 have been localized to english on 1/24/2014 !!! weve made it!
if you guys be interested in sound novel, just buy ”Banshee’s last cry” at iOS or Android with so cheep price (as much as the cost of one meals) !
i have not played these app version, so i cant tell the quality including localization, but at least the original version was supeb and made me shiver and cant go to bathroom without my mom in my boyhood (even now im scared the game!).
http://www.akiba-plus.com/?p=5415
the original plot is a couple (protagonists) who plans to ski in hakuba,nagano and stays the inn called Penshion Spur(ペンションシュプール ) and be involved in serial murders there.
and the inn is not just a fictional structure but has a real model called Penshion Knulp(ペンションクヌルプ) in hakuba, where chunsoft staffs took pictures of the interior to use at scenes of the game.
even today, 20 years has passed from the original verision release, Penshion Knulp has many visitors adoring かまいたちの夜.
the inn at english version is changed to a imaginary building, but the fundamental plot seems unchanged (i laughed a 大阪弁 character has changed to a texas-accent character ).
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763
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 19:03:38  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
>757
I'm going to seven eleven later and get that one and take a picture and brag about it here ^^ making you jealous lol

But first I have to study!

Study study study study for the interview of 通訳案内士 thing!
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764
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 20:58:22  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
Omg omg omg omg

765
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 21:14:30  ID:xSBg7d3o.net(8)
2重書き込みのため表示しません 内容を確認する

766
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 21:50:23  ID:PV3TZCO2.net(5)
            ___
       /      \
      /ノ  \   u. \ !?
    / (●)  (●)    \ 
    |   (__人__)    u.   | Omg omg omg omg>
     \ u.` ⌒´      /
    ノ           \
  /´               ヽ

 <Omg omg omg omg
         ____
       /      \!??
      /  u   ノ  \
    /      u (●)  \
    |         (__人__)| < What?
     \    u   .` ⌒/
    ノ           \
  /´               ヽ

767
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 22:15:08  ID:LGnFWAKp.net
Hello gaijins.

http://translate.google.com/translate_tts?tl=en&;q=hello.+kuso+bakayarou+gaijins.

768
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 22:52:09  ID:/aLqvBqz.net
chanting of omg appears to be some special spell...

769
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:17:39  ID:XX27d9FR.net(4)
Threesome was awesome! It's like my dream come true!

770
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:26:45  ID:JOWjum7S.net
>760
well... I guess you take it wrong.
I mentioned of Korean president and denied her political method. it's not Abe.

>762
Thank you. I learned the relation between UK and Argentina a little.
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771
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:30:23  ID:PV3TZCO2.net(5)
>770
oh, my miss from my poor English skill? I'm sorry.

>not only Japan but Korean nationals

I thought so from it.

772
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:31:56  ID:SoD7Jl+t.net(4)
>763
What are you studying for now?

I found a 7-Eleven that had it, and I got the last one. It was quite
nice. It reminds me of McMuffins, but with Hollandaise sauce instead
of a cheese slice.

773
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:36:43  ID:XX27d9FR.net(4)
I have not decided to go to vote yet and I'm not into politics but I want to support politicians who promise to cut down all 杉 trees in Japan.

But that's not gonna happen.

774
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/25 23:38:41  ID:XX27d9FR.net(4)
Fuck cedar trees! Fuck 花粉症!


775
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 00:31:56  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
I suffer from hay fever, too.
Besides not only 杉 but also 稲科...
But I love rice. I love 日光杉並街道...

776
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 03:01:05  ID:lLgUukJd.net(3)
once i have thought this thread was usually used by japanese studying english.
but recently i noticed that many japanese use this thread to write sensitive topics for their mother tongue and use this thread to avert the daily life of themselves
i mean, he/she uses this thread to open their hidden mind.
for instance, 英太郎 here may seems to be a pervereted hentai gay person, but on other threads such as 日本語→英語スレ (a thread of translation from japanese to english),
he maneuvers his superb english skills there and i had counted on his enormous wisdom.
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777
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 03:38:02  ID:NDsHqihZ.net(2)
The political parties ordered the local chapters to set up for preparation in the coming general elections.
It is doubt whether the Liberal Democratic Party will win the overwhelming victory in the elections.

778
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 03:42:00  ID:NDsHqihZ.net(2)
"Kafunsho" means an allegoric reaction to cedar pollen.

779
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 04:59:08  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
Oh my gosh I'm starting to think I really have insomnia. My Dad seems to suffer from it so I'm not surprised if I do have it.
I'm jealous of my Mom's sleep habits that she can sleep anywhere anytime she wants. She literally falls asleep the moment she lays down on bed lol

780
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 05:05:34  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
I was watching an English interview of the jp R&B singer AI earlier. And I was mind blown by her perfect Ebonics English lol Never seen any Japanese who speak with such a gangsta accent. Maybe I should learn how to speak like that too.

781
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 06:15:49  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
I can't sleep either. I'm trying to ignore the snoring of my housemates.
They can also manage to sleep really easily. Maybe because they're younger.
Or maybe because they drink too much.

Also, Ito En Relax Jasmine Tea is really awful.
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782
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 06:37:28  ID:AIj+XWKw.net
According to the broadcast, checking the ingredients of the Jasmine Tea shows that tea includes a lot of caffeine.

783
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 06:54:22  ID:wgjjT0pm.net
Everyone know tea includes caffeine.

784
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 08:11:28  ID:RFASUxWT!.n(3)
>756 i will protect you!
>761 I see. Like somewhere in deep south perhaps. I agree it is not a good idea.
I went to a church with my friend who was delivering a speech. Before her,
the priest spoke about how secular people were the churches' enemies.
I reminisced the famous Zappa quote: Tax the churches.
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785
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 08:14:03  ID:RFASUxWT!.n(3)
>781 Igirisujin san try camomile and aniseed tea. If that doesn't knock you out, I don't know what would.
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786
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 08:24:48  ID:RFASUxWT!.n(3)
>781 Igirisujin san try deep breathing exercises. The longer you breathe out
the better. Check out training with the Ki society
http://www.shinshintoitsuaikido.org/english/

787
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 08:29:18  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>785-786
I'll try, though I'm not such a big fan of tea. But if it helps, that's
a good thing. Thanks for the advice!

Think I can't sleep so well at the moment because my favourite housemate
is leaving in 2 weeks. I've become a bit too attached...
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788
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:07:09  ID:pi2T3lrL.net
Hey 2ch people, it's time to wake up already

789
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:30:16  ID:xtBX8ChE.net(2)
during sleep, i always listen to english for almost six years to improve my english listening comprehension.
as it is now, i can fall asleep easily soon after hearing english.

790
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:32:25  ID:xtBX8ChE.net(2)
i think i can fall asleep within one minute.

791
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:33:25  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
>787
You like her/him?

You have to confess your love to her/him
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792
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:45:53  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>791
I want to, but can't. It wouldn't be fair for her, and might make her
final weeks awkward. She wants to stay longer, but can't, because her
visa expires next month. So she has to go back home to Seoul.
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793
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 09:55:53  ID:77e8YFKr.net(4)
Please let me post the lucky 777th comment...

794
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:01:12  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
Korean should go home soon.
I think you seem to like Korean, you leave Japan and you sholud go to Korea to follow her.
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795
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:06:04  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>794
Well said!

796
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:06:30  ID:77e8YFKr.net(4)
>789-790
i'm envious of you...I am suffering from insomnia for years and have taken sleeping pill.
Doctor told me that my autonomic nerves hadn't seemed to work properly.

797
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:07:31  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>794
Well that was easy.

798
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:26:40  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
I said too much.
I was bullied at an elementary school in Kansai by KOREAN.
So I examined Korean by the Internet. I knew a lot.
I said to my father at dinner time that comfort women issue was fabricated by Korean.
Then my father beat me and said, "You must respect korean feelings!"
I found my father is a very left-winger.
I have been hating Korean since then.
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799
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:33:25  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
>792
Just out of curious did you sleep with her?
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800
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:37:57  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>798
Wow that's horrible!

All Koreans in Japan need to be dead or deported!
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801
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:40:11  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>798
I'm sorry to hear about that. It sounds like it was a difficult time
for you, so it's understandable that it would leave scars. It's difficult
to understand such feelings, as we don't have a similar situation in
Europe.

>799
I haven't, no.
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802
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 10:57:09  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
I'm amazed I thought all Koreans are sluts which love to wide open their legs to any white person.

No offense.
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803
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 11:15:05  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
>801
Thnaks! No problem, now. It was in old days.
I thought that the Korean who bullied me later was a good kid at first.
He had two-facedness with a very big gap. It was probably a 火病.
I didn't accept 呉善花 and シンシアリー, who are good Koreans, at first.
I can accept Korean only by knowing their thinking deeply since then.

>800
Thanks! I hope Korean go home because Korean don't like Japan.
It would be better for both of us not to live with each other here anymore.

804
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 11:50:28  ID:77e8YFKr.net(4)
Did you already begin to use air conditioner and make your room warm?
It's got chilly even in tokyo.
I feel i'm going to be freezing.
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805
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 12:00:19  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
Yes. The air in my room is very dry dut to it
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806
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 12:05:32  ID:lLgUukJd.net(3)
today is so warm in osaka, and the temperature will rise until 20℃ this saturday according to the forecast.

807
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 12:23:12  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>802
Actually, she's very timid. She's even shy about things like hugging.
So there's no way she, or the other one, would easily do that.

>804
During the day, the temperature is nice, but during the night it really
gets cold in here. We don't have air conditioners in the UK, so I only
recently discovered it could also generate heat...
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808
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 13:29:13  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
I don't like physical contacts with people especially strangers like hand shaking, hugging etc

But I like sex

What's wrong with me?

809
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 15:34:36  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
I'm eating chicken ramen now because I saw the chicken ramen commercial on tv.

They are poring beaten egg on top in a pot.

It's so so good!

810
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 15:46:57  ID:77e8YFKr.net(4)
>805
Take care....dry air causes hoarse voice.

>807
that's interesting.
No english word or phrase is printed on the surface of remote control device for my air conditioner...it's not convenient for the foreigners....
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 16:06:42  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
Lol

イギリス人 is in love lol

With freaking KOREAN lol

I'm sure I'm not the only person who finds it funny lol

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害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 16:28:37  ID:8R+/ObpU!.n
>776
There's a pretty good mix of authors here.
I've read elsewhere that many Japanese people find it much easier to express some of their private
thoughts in English than in Japanese, at least partially because English doesn't have the same level
of honorifics. You don't have to carefully decide whether the person you're talking to is superior,
inferior, older, younger, or nearly the same level as you; you can, for the most part, just speak
plainly. I find the すけべ talk to be some of the most interesting, since almost nobody pretends to
talk dirty; they say things because they're honestly interested in them. 本音!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 16:46:58  ID:usSBKi09!.n(4)
not sure if this would work

814
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 16:49:44  ID:qKPhrWa5.net
A foreign survey indicated that Japanese employees work too hard living in small hutches.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 16:54:09  ID:usSBKi09!.n(4)
wow, I don't know why but it looks like I can post here but not on the シアトリズム board..

Anyway, I just wanted to say hi, and ask if there are any popular Japanese game forums (or websites where Japanese discuss games) outside of 2ch and twitter
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:23:58  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>810
There's no English on mine either, but the controller is intuitive.
However, the downstairs air conditioner is more complex. It took me
a while to work out how to turn it off...

817
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:42:43  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
Fuck gaijins!

818
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:45:15  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)

819
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:52:23  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:55:18  ID:usSBKi09!.n(4)
hmm, high school students?

821
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 17:55:48  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>819
They are my heroes!

By the way why are you in Japan? Because you hate Japan right?

You are so korean lol
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:18:13  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>821
Yes, you're right! I hate Japan so much that I'm learning your
language, supporting your economy, enjoying your food, and befriending
your countrypeople.

It's a much more interesting place for me than the UK. Especially
since my hometown is so small.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:22:10  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
>784
Yeah, exactly. This type of people represented by the two groups I mentioned, only see things in black and white. It never occurs to them that not everything in this world is that simple.

And their thinking patterns tend to be so biased and deep-rooted that it's almost impossible to change them. If it ever gets to this point, there's nothing that can be done. Really. So I'm like..just let them be lol

824
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:23:46  ID:xo15RSq/.net
>822
You are not a Briton definitely. I can smell it.

825
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:28:15  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
>815
What's シアトリズム?Is that related to Seattle in any way?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:30:58  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>822
We don't need your contributions!

No one in Japan asked that in the first place!

Fuck 害人s!

I think we need to add 害人 to prestigious Japanese dictionaries like 大辞林 or something!

Am I correct?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:33:00  ID:usSBKi09!.n(4)
>825 It is a game on the Nintendo 3DS platform, and there seems to be a thread on

peace.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/ff/1401461943/

But the larger section it belongs to (FF games) seems to have more restrictions now, citing cyber attacks

828
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 18:58:23  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>822
Typical British sarcasm?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 19:06:50  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>822
How about moving to Korea with your new Korean gf?

830
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 19:16:30  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
I heard in korea people love white peoples!

Here is some interesting video for you!

http://www.nicozon.net/player.html?video_id=sm15256470

831
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 19:22:21  ID:Pxz1DlME.net
>826
Your 煽り for gaijins is very poor and cheesy. You should try harder.

BTW, what do you guys think of this incident?
http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/26/us/national-ferguson-demonstration...

I think at the very least in this case the cop did the right thing as the black teenager was a robber...
of course it doesn't change the fact that america is still a deeply racist country though.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 19:25:49  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>831
I know! But I'm trying hard already!

I think it's totally racist! If the victim was white, the cop didn't shoot him!

#whiteprivilege #racism #racist #KKK #discrimination #segregation #fuckイギリス人

833
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:06:39  ID:cSQSC8zM!.n(2)
>831
That's how some not-so-liberal media reports (I listen WSJ podcasts everyday).
They say the US is still deeply divided by race and ethnicity
and something has to be done to it,
but this is not the good case for starting the movement.

834
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:21:11  ID:cSQSC8zM!.n(2)
>831
I've spent quite some years in the US,
and I personally feel sorry for the lower-class African American
But their situations are so fucked up and there is no solution for it.

The long-term solution will be giving better education,
but it costs tremendous amount of money,
Republican congress will not give a dime for that,
and it's unclear that African American will make a good use of the opportunity.
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:32:06  ID:wL8ne/gh.net(10)
>828
Yeah, a bit of sarcasm there.

The Japanese girl here just fed me a mixture of nattou, raw egg, and spring onion. It was pretty horrible. But then, I don't like nattou, and that was my first try of raw egg.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:38:46  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
>835
I love that combination though!

I personally love the mixture of natto, chopped spring onion, シラス!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:44:37  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>835
You British imperialist should stick to just sandwiches lol

838
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:52:59  ID:SRKhthrc.net(2)
>835
When i was student I went to London
England is very clean country and people are very kind
but very cold becasus its march

839
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:53:46  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
>834
Where in the states were you in?
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 20:59:42  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
>810
Thank you! I will dry wet towels in my room.

>826
I think you are correct 70% ! 30% is ... I can't explain it enough...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:01:51  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
When I was in England, people were so arrogant and shitty.

When I was on ダブルデッカー I was even told this by this child "look! Chinese! You're ugly!" Or whatever

842
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:05:52  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
I was like What the fuck kind of education did they get?

I really wanted to see his parents faces! It's 親の顔が見たい in Japanese you know

Well they're inherent racists so...

843
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:10:46  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>840
So you're saying I'm 30% wrong?!
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:14:18  ID:6848WOUV.net
The United States should have assumed the all-out nuclear war.
Of course, there should be a large-scale nuclear shelter that only VIP is put.
It's what only chosen people can live comfortably for a long period of time.
This is not transmitted to most Americans.
Where is its nuclear shelter? Is it located in Area 51?

845
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:17:46  ID:SRKhthrc.net(2)
its place is famous for Alien

846
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:20:47  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
Well...I hate the idea that Japanese men are ロリコン because Japanese society force Japanese women to be Kawaii.
I think this is just racism.
Japanese women are smaller than westerners.
Japanese women cannot become the figure of westerners and don't need it.
Japanese women know true history, but western women don't know it.
It's surely proof that Japanese women are not chilidish.
Don't judge Japanese by our looks!

>843
I think "外人 = 害人 + not 害人."
Ouch, I basically think "韓国人 = 害人."
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847
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:26:27  ID:eQRB278V.net(17)
>846
With all due respect, you're wrong.

All foreigners are 害人s. Without any exceptions.

And when it comes to Korean or Chinese, they are not human in the first place. They are human looking animals or subhumans.

You got that?
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848
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:45:40  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
>847
Oh...I don't reach your level.
It is because I have never been abroad, isn't it?

Anyway, yesterday, McGraw Hill Education Textbook Publisher, an American publishing company, turned down
a correction on the comfort women issue which Japanese government demanded.
My hatred against 害人s are rising like eels.

849
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:46:36  ID:x3zA9wZi.net(9)
are rising → is rising

850
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:48:41  ID:R7ES2KSB.net
Hi, you guys! I have a couple of questions.
Since I've been saved enough mileage to travel, I am going to go Taiwan or Hong Kong with wife in January. But I have never been to there, then...

Which do you recommend to travel Taiwan or Hong Kong?

(If you've ever been to either or both)
Could you tell me the recommend place to visit?
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851
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 21:58:45  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
I'd choose Taiwan
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y []   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:08:14  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
today I learned the word rope bunny! somebody who likes shibari (^^)
I've been tied up once in a dungeon in Amsterdam actually.
I thought he was going to knife my neck in to kill!
Lucky me! I'm surviving!
so i can say now, if you guys wanna try it, please play with reliable guys!

>740
In my openio,n top/bottom aren't always related to penetration,
but can be used too for their tendencies as french properly call them actif/passif.
a guy who like to be fucked generally intends to like to suck, v.v.

>744
I've already seen tons of profiles on gay date sites, but never seen them.
maybe it's because most are of europeans.

853
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y []   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:12:16  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
>850
as for Taiwan, the town whose scene was partly used in Sen to Chihiro.
I don't know the name acually, but you can google it.
my bro's family and my famale friend already been there.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y []   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:15:31  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
>852
>a guy who like to be fucked generally intends to like to suck, v.v.

let me correct (^^;
a guy who likes to be fucked is generally inclined to like sucking, v.v.

855
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:23:25  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
omg, it's so confusing!
in penetration top is active, but in oral btm is active!
dom/sub are maybe better to express them.

856
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:32:59  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
Are you bottom?

857
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:50:25  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
I'm M in bed and S in life.

858
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:52:52  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
Thanks for sharing lol

859
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 22:58:04  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
>850
I'd go to Hongkong. But it seems like there's a lot of things going on there right now, so maybe Taiwan might be a better choice for now.

860
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:06:51  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
Every time I see Eitato here, I can't help but think about the very first gay person I've met...I said something very rude to him(not intentionally of course)and still feel so bad about it lol

861
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:08:35  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
What did you say?

862
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:22:18  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
Well, the gay guy was telling me and my friends that he went to 新宿二丁目. He was a black American and he just came to Japan that year.

So I thought he went there without knowing what the area is known for. And I said "hey you gotta be careful with your butt! There's a lot of gay people around there!" Then he said "Oh that's fine. Cuz I'm gay haha(sad laugh)."

Looking back now, it was very obvious he was gay. Like the way he talks, dresses, acts and stuff like that. But back in the days, my gaydar wasn't as good as now lol So yeah....it happened.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:29:41  ID:qpO+75a1.net(6)
well, general speaking, gaydar is for gay people.
when you say you have gaydar, it means you are gay, HAHA XD

864
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:38:10  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
No, gaydar can be used by anyone. Your sexual orientation doesn't matter. It just means the abilities to detect gay people.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:42:45  ID:TYF/M/1s.net(10)
I thought gaydar is the ability only gay people have...

866
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:47:54  ID:Mvk8NbnG.net(10)
Hmm really? I've heard my straight guy friends go like "Oh my god, my gaydar is working!" though. You know, in a joking way.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:51:56  ID:rLUCVNdT!.n

868
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/26 23:54:38  ID:lLgUukJd.net(3)
>812
thanks for convincing comment.

869
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 00:39:48  ID:c/Hm0PKi.net(3)
>814
That's a kind of stereotype survey decades ago, I think.

870
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 02:10:33  ID:4ug3+2MD.net
I want to suck 3 cocks at the same time!

My secret dream...
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 02:15:00  ID:jcsWxxVs.net(2)
>862
you were penetrated by the black man ?

872
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 02:55:28  ID:Ddf0qJYe.net
Look at this!

121 777 ◆TFWBMdHdF7zL [] 2014/11/26(水) 19:46:38.30 ID:60cOxeof

チャットスレの【イギリス人】の英語どうよ?
非ネイティブの匂いがするんだが。

873
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 04:35:08  ID:DL9f33Fk.net
The Japanese people are known as polite and cordial character.
About twenty years ago. Major American dailies such as the Washington Post and the New York Times praised the calm attitude of quake suffers in Kobe and its vicinity.

874
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 07:45:42  ID:bGanE8qL.net(2)
Have you guys ever tried sandwiches with some avocado and Ikura which is salmon's roes ?
That's definitely great taste. You're gonna love them.

875
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 07:53:38  ID:jcsWxxVs.net(2)
but i dont have money.


876
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 07:55:02  ID:bGanE8qL.net(2)
>836
Shirasu are boiled baby sardines

877
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 09:36:53  ID:0ne/fFr2.net
Ah...all right...then, what should you call the ability to detect lesbians in english..?...lesdar??

878
πετρα[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 10:35:40  ID:Pd/thkW5.net
"gay" includes lesbian
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512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 12:24:36  ID:hWE6axg5.net(4)
The court made an issue to narrow the gap in the weight of individual votes.
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party is heading for a victory in the coming general election against the general expectation partly due to the unfair allocation of seats.

880
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 12:54:38  ID:f+vPzWy6.net
>878
Oh...haha...i'm silly. Thank you.

May i know what the counterpart of lesbian is??...i mean, an english word for "a man who is sexually attracted to men"??
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臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 13:52:58  ID:+kRciNzh!.n
>880

It's still "gay".
Usually when somebody says "gay" we assume it's men, and "lesbian" is assumed for women.

882
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 13:54:56  ID:P4ZFon+e.net(3)
Omg another gaijin here...

This time stinky one!

883
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 14:11:37  ID:iqNZR2cA.net(2)
higashimaru udon soup never disappoints me.

884
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 14:20:17  ID:iqNZR2cA.net(2)
smartass gays called themselves queer.

885
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 17:37:27  ID:P4ZFon+e.net(3)
Today I got comments from gaijins on my gay dating app so I replied to him "baka gaijin!".

886
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 17:39:06  ID:hWE6axg5.net(4)
25 years ago, the sudden opening of the Berlin Wall resulted in reunification of Germany. After that, this incident could lead to the end of the Cold War.
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名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 17:57:04  ID:H7oprZdl!.n(3)
so..no one is into games here? final fantasy?
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888
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 18:03:42  ID:8J5wO+0n.net(2)
I used to play ff series but ff is totally over especially ff10-2 is so 糞ゲー

I like playing persona series and 女神転生 series
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 18:16:17  ID:83ObMWQ8L
I like Final Fantasy, but I was disappointed with the XIII sequels. I want to try XV, but I don't have a PS4 and I feel like it would be a waste to get one only for FF, since I don't really have time to play them anymore.

890
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 18:11:03  ID:H7oprZdl!.n(3)
>888 oh yes SMT4 was very fun (and hard)

I didn't play any ff title after ff10, but ff13 seems really popular since it led to 2 more games so I might get it

These days I am mostly playing the rhythm game offshot called theatrhythm, or シアトリズム

891
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 18:53:34  ID:QRhex2om!.n
>839
I've spent some years in the Midwest as well as the South.

892
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:06:46  ID:c/Hm0PKi.net(3)
>870
I hope you have at least a manko.
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893
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:12:12  ID:Ts8+Ssfo.net(2)
>887
I remember the first time when I heard a piece of ff5 music titled Clash on the Big Bridge.
It was about twenty years ago and i was almost moved to tears by the music...
it's awesome...
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894
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:18:22  ID:Ts8+Ssfo.net(2)
>886
Do you know what led to the "beginning" of the cold war??

BTW, i once thought that the Berlin wall had completely divided present Germany in two....East Germany and West Germany...
It's just a misunderstanding.
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895
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:23:27  ID:P4ZFon+e.net(3)
>892
No i don't have it.

896
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:53:40  ID:H7oprZdl!.n(3)
>893

You might like the game then. I poured hours into it although my favorites were mostly in 6-8.
For ff5 my favorite is "the decisive battle", although I don't remember it from playing ff5 itself.
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897
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 19:54:55  ID:hWE6axg5.net(4)
>894
The results of the World War Two led to the beginning of the Cold War, I think.
The symbol of the Cold War was the Berlin Wall.

898
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 21:04:25  ID:PUNlrWT/!.n
>896
I never finished FF7; I got to the final battle and didn't bother with in.
Same thing with FFX-2. I found out I really don't like grinding all that much.
I don't think I could stand to play Monster Hunter.
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899
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 21:50:47  ID:c/Hm0PKi.net(3)
>894
I think it's the invention of atomic bomb.
It caused SUPER POWER GAME.

900
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 22:07:55  ID:fdnSOUdD.net(2)
American has to throw away the iedea that might makes right (history).
The value is still alive. The value will birng about the WW3.
So, the cold war is not ended.
American justice, freedom, human rights or equality is only a show.
Americans(Westerners) often blame Japanese people for 本音と建前.
But American 建前 is worse than Japanese one.

901
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 22:09:29  ID:Ol1j1wfB.net(2)
>896
decisive battle is a music for ff6, i think
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902
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 22:11:52  ID:hWE6axg5.net(4)
The 2026 Winter Olympics may be held in Sapporo for the first in 54 years.

903
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 22:16:01  ID:fdnSOUdD.net(2)
FF6's 決戦 is a masterpiece.

904
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 22:16:23  ID:Ol1j1wfB.net(2)
512M looks much better than TR, but never affordable. instead, love small french vehicle.
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905
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/27 23:27:13  ID:i2tMg1/H.net
>898 A few people told me that FF7 was one of the longest game in the series. It is a pity since you are very close to completion (although the final boss attack animation as you might know, is very long)
As for myself, I tried playing the game 3 times..over ten years, and I finally spent enough time to finish it on the third try. Not so much time for games as an adult..

>901 >904
We are both right, because both games have a music named 決戦. I like the one in FF6 too, but did not mention it because I like many other pieces in FF6 too, including Protect the Espers(幻獣を守れ!)

906
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/27 23:55:46  ID:8J5wO+0n.net(2)
Omg now I'm in a battle with this baka white gaijin on chat and he is VERY persistent!

He says all "japs" have small penises or something!
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907
臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/28 00:11:26  ID:GAApKFG1!.n(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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908
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 00:28:32  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
>907
You're my hero thanks!

909
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 00:39:27  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
Speaking of games, I really want to play MOTHER2!

One of my fave childhood games...

910
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 02:06:55  ID:1rUMXtq+.net(2)
Ohhh my stomach feels upset. Eating a whole bag of chips at 1 AM was not a good idea.

911
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 02:36:24  ID:7k2dHW8m.net(2)
Since Americans demonstrated(in Japan) that atomic bomb should terminate human beings, superpowers cannot start a head on clash war.
This is the beginning of cold war. Competitions of developing super weapons that can never be used. They are like super power game.

912
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 02:48:54  ID:nEaJtueC.net(2)
China, Best Korea, Ugly Korea will use atomic bombs some day.
If Best Korea used the bombs to Japan and, the same time, Ugly Korea dclared the unification of them, Japan couldn't take revenge.
This is just the worst-case scenario.

913
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 03:05:52  ID:9T07G2R0!.n
Good night guys.

914
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 03:13:18  ID:JY+3j3Js.net(2)
During the Cold Era, China said, if the two superpowers would reduce their nuclear arsenals by 50 percent, China would do likewise.

915
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 03:20:02  ID:JY+3j3Js.net(2)
I have made a mistake.
Cold Era → Cold War Era

916
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 04:41:46  ID:1rUMXtq+.net(2)
Hey Eitaro. I found something you might like. Check it out.
To anyone else: Do not open it up unless you're either a gay or female who's into 801.
http://i.imgur.com/1C3EMWk.jpg
I don't get banned for posting a sensual photo, do I?
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917
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 06:32:12  ID:nEaJtueC.net(2)
”Moguro 22

Three donts are popular slogan in Japan now relating to S. Korea.
Don't teach them.
Don't help them.
Don't get involved with them. ”

....〆(・ω・` )

918
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 07:03:11  ID:7k2dHW8m.net(2)
>916
I didn't notice at first sight this guy liped his own...
His biggest crush is on his own dick?

Or that is merely a acrobat show?

919
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 09:31:34  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
>916
You can't do this unless you're super flexible or have big cock!

920
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 09:39:59  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
i heard eitaro is huke-sen, so he cant be additcted with such a >916 picture.
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921
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 11:02:21  ID:b7W7wdAt.net(4)
>920
Oh, you're right. But just because he prefers older men doesn't mean he doesn't get excited at all with younger guys.

922
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 11:52:34  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
Okay now I'm still in the battle with the baka white gaijin and he claims my English is too good so I'm a foreigner or something!

Baka gaijin! It's super annoying just because we are Japanese doesn't mean we can't speak English!

Sure my English is Engrish though...
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923
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:15:32  ID:nOhKxUaC.net(5)
do you know how to say "痛ぁ〜”in english.
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924
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:30:45  ID:+LpnXI6m.net
What language do you write?

925
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:34:07  ID:YCwrq896!.n
>893

You might like the game then. I poured hours into it although my favorites were mostly in 6-8.
For ff5 my favorite is "the decisive battle", although I don't remember it from playing ff5 itself.

926
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:40:33  ID:b7W7wdAt.net(4)
>923
That hurts! toka アォ!toka. Don't know how to spell out the second.
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927
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:44:10  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>923
Ouch!


By the way, the broadcast says the ratio of job opening for seekers slightly improved last month.
The government is making its utmost efforts to soothe prevailing unrest, reflecting the business recovery.

928
臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/28 12:52:33  ID:GAApKFG1!.n(2)
>922
Why are you still fighting with him? Why not just ignore him?? I think you're doing fine.

>926
アォ!→Ow!
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929
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:04:08  ID:nOhKxUaC.net(5)
i think those are 痛っ! in japanese.
i want to know how to say 痛ったぁーい in english like the one 原田伸郎 says.
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930
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:10:56  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>929
Ow-ow-ouch!
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931
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:23:44  ID:b7W7wdAt.net(4)
>928
Thnx. That's how you spell it!

>929
I'll prolly go "Oooooow!!!!" with a slow up and down intonation. You can change how it sounds by changing the way you say it, I think. You don't necessarily have to use different phrases.

932
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:26:20  ID:HlETt8be!.n(2)
>930
Or "ow ow ow goddamnit shit motherfucker ow ow ow this fucking hurts ow."

933
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:40:21  ID:nOhKxUaC.net(5)
thanks
i saw a cartoon a few days back.
a character in the cartoon says "paaain!"
i think "pain" is not an exclamation.

934
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/28 13:49:47  ID:nOhKxUaC.net(5)
by the way, is it possible to say "motherfucker" to gays or women?
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935
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 14:15:16  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
According to the broadcast, many of the democrats in Hong Kong seem to give up their plan, for example, some of intellectuals insist they will give themselves up to the police.

936
害酷人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 15:43:49  ID:HlETt8be!.n(2)
>934
Yes. Motherfucker is an equal-opportunity epithet.

937
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 17:09:29  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
FF6's music is superb, but i love FF5 more.
and romancing saga 2 is my best RPG console in the mean of music, gameplay, difficulty, and all.
it is ununderstandable why this game was not localized in english.
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938
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 17:12:49  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
Cloudy weather is depressing...i don't feel very good.
It looks like it's going to rain tomorrow and it makes me more depressed.
Once i heard that weather in some region is closely related to personalities of people living in that region.
And there are some serious scientific studies to prove that.
I think it's true.
The personalities of people in San Francisco differ from those of people in London
and one reason for this is a great difference in weather in each region...

939
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 17:14:58  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
on the other thread, a man reported maple leaves in Koishikawa K?rakuen Garden have turned red, where non-japanese applauded it "beatiful!" many times.
http://zephyrus.jpn.ph/tv/s/test1417161649744.jpg
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940
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 17:15:27  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
I want to behave and live my life like people in san francisco...they seem to be always cheerful and energetic to me.
i don't mean to despise london people in the slightest by the way...

941
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 17:29:53  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
>939
Beautiful 紅葉 scenery is what we can be proud of as Japanese...

942
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 18:34:50  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
>937
When it comes to FF's music, I only like "zanarkand"! This beautiful music brings back so many memories like シンを必ず倒します!! or whatever

I even bought the soundtrack of FF10!

But after putting them into iTunes, I immediately sold on the Internet lol

943
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 18:36:08  ID:b7W7wdAt.net(4)
San Francisco isn't really a typical tropical city you'd imagine. San Diego is the city cities with nice weather and beaches. It's all the way down south from SF. It's hot in the summer and doesn't get too cold in the winter.
People are pretty laid back and take things easy. At least people I met there were like that. I think the weather has a lot to do with it.

944
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 18:42:21  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
Omg omg omg omg カントリマーム is so good! It's been literally ages to eat this...

I think カントリマーム well goes with some tea so im gonna heat some water up and elegantly enjoy them with a cup of tea like イギリス人 lololol ^^

945
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 18:49:44  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
Can you believe this?
I'm still battling with the stupid white gaijin!

He is the most persistent gaijin I have ever encountered in my life!!!!

FUUUCKKKK!

946
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 18:53:44  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
I want to go to California someday...

Just doing nothing and then enjoy the beach and get some tan with a bottle of cold beer! This is the life you know?

947
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 19:05:52  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
Is that true if you can't drink alcohol beverages in public areas in the us?

That's why bottles are covered with brawn paper bags?
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948
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 19:21:56  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
take it easy with zero cola.
          |
          |
          |
       ∧_∧
       ( ´・ω・`)
       (つ⌒Y^()
       O ヘ,_,ノ,_,ノ ─且───────────
      /
    /
  /

949
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 19:25:10  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)


What the fuck does that mean?
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950
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 19:33:31  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
Eating カントリーマアム over a bottle of coca cola zero soothes you and makes you smile...
It will get rid of uptight feeling.
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951
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 19:53:12  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>949
Perhaps it shows that enjoy your lonely time.
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952
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:03:13  ID:bIWVQteI.net(11)
>951
Who the fuck are you?

953
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:19:51  ID:wkM8Z1ANI(2)
>947
Yes, that's correct.

954
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:09:51  ID:/H8H4B1d!.n(5)
>950
Really?

I can't take sweeties with sweet drinks,
but i can't stop when sweeties come with black tea or coffee
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955
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:10:00  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
One of anonymous persons.
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956
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:11:08  ID:/H8H4B1d!.n(5)
>955
It's a bit tough to claim anonymity when you use kotehan.
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957
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:20:51  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>956
Call me "512M", if you like. My pen name used in this 2ch.
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958
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:32:54  ID:v0GJHaTA.net(3)
512M san is a very nice and modest person. I'm secretly a fangirl of him.
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959
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:36:07  ID:bR/KbgZV.net(2)
512M is has a mental disease if I remember correctly

960
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:42:01  ID:v0GJHaTA.net(3)
That's all the more reason I like him. Everyone on the Internet tries to show themselves better than they actually are but 512M san is very honest about himself. That's his good trait!

961
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:45:55  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>958
I offer my appreciation. Please continue your kind guidance.

962
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:51:01  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
I have been suffering from schizophrenia, diabetes and the tumor in my brain as you know.
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963
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 20:56:44  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
Yamada, who is not good at English, answered the question 'write a sentence using "my"'. as follows.

Mypenisbig.

A few days later, his answer paper was back. the sentence was corrected by red pen saying...

1. SPACE between words.
2. NO substantive verb.

the beautiful teacher added remarks neatly like that.
Yamada asked me '"is" is not a substantive verb ?'
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[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 21:11:28  ID:wkM8Z1ANI(2)
>963
うまい
That's pretty silly.

965
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 21:08:24  ID:v0GJHaTA.net(3)
>962
My dad has been suffering from diabetes too. And my grandpa on his side died from the same disease. So there's a high chance I got the "genes" from them!

My story aside, I'm sorry to hear you are suffering from those diseases. Take care of yourself and I hope having fun in learning English will help reduce your stress a bit.
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966
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 21:17:12  ID:9WN+m805.net(9)
>965
Thank you for your kind feeling.

967
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 21:52:40  ID:nOhKxUaC.net(5)
I'm wondering how popular cricket is overseas.

968
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 21:54:59  ID:bR/KbgZV.net(2)
Only in Austkorea for sure

969
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 22:09:55  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
>963
In japan, teachers usually write down their comments in students' answer papers in red...as you can see in the funny joke about Yamada.
Is this also the case with in the usa??
The teachers' comments are not in blue or green but in red??
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970
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 22:15:54  ID:n8A/Tyhd.net(6)
>954
well...yes. For me, the sweeter, the better.
My mother is suffering from diabetes and i guess i'm making a beeline for it.

971
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 22:24:40  ID:gBa+5WLX.net(6)
>969
you are not japanese?
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972
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 23:08:09  ID:/H8H4B1d!.n(5)
>969
When I graded undergrads' exams, I used red pens.

The biggest adjustment to me aside from writing in English
was the use of checkmarks. As you know in Japan we use
circles for correct answers but in US it's weird to use circles.
Instead they use checkmarks which can indicate wrong answers in Japan.
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973
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 23:10:32  ID:/H8H4B1d!.n(5)
>954
Since I don't see doctors for checkups I always worry about me being diabetic.
My mom is diagnosed at the early stage and does not have take medication after all
as she started eating well.

974
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/28 23:13:03  ID:/H8H4B1d!.n(5)
>957
Well then,
Hello 512M!

I'm glad to talk to you.
I was curious about what kind of person you are for long time.

975
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 00:03:50  ID:Js+Zug7N.net(2)
The world always and always do Korea.
Don't Korea, please.

976
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 00:13:33  ID:B7gOccPw.net(3)
Don't Korea!
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977
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 00:32:36  ID:cf59gVfo.net(5)
I jut had a breath-through moment. Now I feel like I'm a different person. I hope I can keep this motivation until the day comes.

978
臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 00:47:15  ID:7ssHReF6!.n(3)
>947
Yes.

>969
I've had homework returned to me in red, green, and even pink pen. It depends on the teacher.
Most will use red pen, and abstain from black or blue.
Also about the circles and check marks, that also depends on the teacher!
I've had some that use the check mark to mean wrong, and others to mean right.
Lastly, some will use a star next to a question if it is right! ☆
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979
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:07:08  ID:Js+Zug7N.net(2)
>976
Oh, you always repeat after me. Thanks(^ω^*)

980
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:17:17  ID:8bzHPSID!.n
>836

A lot of good Japanese games were not localized because the publisher don't believe it will be profitable, like Capcom gave up on 逆転検事2.
So we are stuck with "Family-friendly" and popular games like Mario/Pokemon

981
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:28:58  ID:PYVX1ZkD!.n
So there was a joke/satire post about Chinese women vs Japanese women, written in Chinese, and describing Japanese women as perfect and Chinese women as totally opposite.
Someone translated and posted it on 2ch,
and the Japanese responses were translated and posted back to the Chinese forum. A lot of angry posting from both sides, but it seems many people had a good laugh.

http://bbs.tianya.cn/post-funinfo-2653016-1.shtml
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982
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:36:05  ID:cf59gVfo.net(5)
Hm why does your ID keep changing? Or we're having more visitors from overseas today?
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983
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:45:30  ID:cf59gVfo.net(5)
My goal today is go to bed before 2. Time is ticking...Gotta get out of bath and get ready for bed!

984
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 01:46:48  ID:vdUanOp0!.n
It seems that this board is blocking new ips after they submitted a new post. So I had to switch proxy, probably I will not be posting again if this persists.
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985
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:01:29  ID:cf59gVfo.net(5)
>984
Oh I see. Yeah, it seems like a hassle to do it every time. Is this your first time posting here?

986
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:02:34  ID:cf59gVfo.net(5)
Oh no! It's one past two! Gotta go to bed. Good night peeps!

987
臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:20:45  ID:7ssHReF6!.n(3)
>982
I think my IP has changed three times since I've posted. I don't know about >984
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988
三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:27:05  ID:lcfyTmLp.net(2)
>987
you got a new ID everyday. It changes at 0:00 (JST)
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989
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:34:49  ID:Uc1o8qHp!.n(2)
>978
Hmm. You should be right as my experience as a grader is much more limited.

The reason why I stopped using circles is because I graded exams in
Japanese style for in my first time, and got some complaints.
After started using checkmarks for correct answers and crosses for
wrong answers, they seemed to be ok with it.

990
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 02:37:27  ID:Uc1o8qHp!.n(2)
>987
That's right.

That's how I have made stupid mistakes in English and other stuffs
on this board but still gotten away with them.
Otherwise, I'd have left 2ch long time ago.

991
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 03:07:20  ID:jdzcNI+s!.n
I just wish they have an alternative for people to register accounts (for identification) instead of purely by ips, which is really annoying for people behind transparent proxies, not everyone gets a dedicated ip address.
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992
臭いアメリカン[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 03:57:37  ID:7ssHReF6!.n(3)
>988
Ah thanks.

>991
If somebody wanted to copy me I wouldn't mind, it'd mean they're admitting they smell like shit lmao.

993
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 03:58:03  ID:frPSVGf3!.n(2)
>981 all my female Japanese acquaintences are women I regard very highly.
However I have Chinese female friends whom I cherish too.
I realise, with different nationalities, we make different emotional
moods, and all of them are refreshingly unique.
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994
KG2ch[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 04:03:29  ID:frPSVGf3!.n(2)
>962 You must be strongest person on this thread.
My full respect to you 512M-san.
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995
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 06:01:59  ID:ISuBw1/b.net(2)
>994
Thank you for your evaluation.

996
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 07:43:05  ID:F9ZY2gdL.net(2)
>971
yes, I'm japanese.

997
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 07:47:29  ID:F9ZY2gdL.net(2)
>972
>978
Interesting. thank you.

998
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 10:05:39  ID:jHYWUC4G.net
This year ends in about a month. Time flies and my English improved very little although I practice it everyday.
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999
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 10:32:01  ID:LF9wBxSAE(2)
>998
I think once you reach a certain point in studying another language, it becomes more difficult to make noticeable progress. It can be discouraging, but just keep at it!

1000
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 11:02:17  ID:B7gOccPw.net(3)
I'm still in a futon because it's chilly and dark...

Watching some porn on my iPhone
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1001
[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 11:34:53  ID:LF9wBxSAE(2)
>1000
TMI, man. TMI.

1002
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 13:16:59  ID:rQUk0+79.net
>998
you will enjoy the fruit of your effort in coming years

1003
834[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 13:29:54  ID:yVUGi7Q7.net
>851
>853
Thank you for your advice. I wanted to go Taiwan, but unfortunately the seat was not vacant with mileage...omg For Hong Kong is also full, that's why we are going to travel Singapore.
Anyway I appreciate it! I want to go Taiwan next time.
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1004
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 14:02:02  ID:B7gOccPw.net(3)
I'm jealous of you!

I also want to go to Singapore and then enjoy chicken rice...

1005
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 14:04:31  ID:fbR6W66G!.n
>1003 Singapore? you will find English very useful there, and Chinese too

>993 yes, they tend to express themselves differently, and different manner of joking. But the same types of people exist on 2ch, tianya etc. Some are serious, some just want to post silly/funny things and look at other people's responses
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1006
512M ◆n0YSsccsgc [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 14:20:07  ID:ISuBw1/b.net(2)
The coming general election will be held to decide whether or not the people should support "Abenomics", the Prime Minister's economic policies.

1007
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 15:31:00  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1003
I used to live in Singapore, and it's a very nice place. Very clean,
a lot to do, and some great food. As >1005 mentions, Singlish is a
pretty interesting dialect.
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1008
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 15:40:20  ID:wofl547w.net(3)
So what happened to the relationship between you and your korean gf?
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1009
名無しさん@英語勉強中[]   投稿日:2014/11/29 15:40:36  ID:9Oj4Rfwx.net
>1007
Great. I'll enjoy and master Singlish. ^ ^
They often put 'lah' at the end of the sentence, right? it sounds interesting.
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1010
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 15:56:59  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1008
She's a friend, but I don't like her *that* much. It was fun seeing everyone's
reaction here. Might have mentioned it many, many months ago, but the person I'm
interested from is from Mie Prefecture.

>1009
That's right, they do. It's used to put emphasis on the verb, or on listed
nouns. You might also find Mah, Lor and Leh at the end of sentences, for other
reasons. If you master Singlish, please show us!
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1011
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:16:51  ID:wofl547w.net(3)
>1010
Just out of curiosity, are you one of those people who are only interested in Asian females?

So you met the lady from Mie already?
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1012
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:19:50  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1011
I first met her last year. But we've met this year too.

I'm not just interested in Asian girls. Before the one from Mie, I was
interested in a Russian girl. There have been a couple from the UK, one
from the USA, and one from Macedonia too.
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1013
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:22:38  ID:wofl547w.net(3)
>1012
Seems like you have a lot of experiences about girls...
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イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:29:27  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1013
I'm not that young. And compared to many people, not so much experience
either. I can't do short-term relationships.
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三年英太郎 ◆3CZBjOt3.Y [sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:30:01  ID:lcfyTmLp.net(2)
>1003
of all places why did you did choose Singapore!?!?
it's dull as ditchwater!!!

I wonder the expression is still surviving XD
http://ja.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dull%20as%20ditchwater
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1016
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:39:26  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1015
That's a good expression!

Ah, by the way, I've been back to Ootoya a couple times. Last time, I
took my Finnish housemate, and she really enjoyed it. I've had the chicken
in miso, and the chicken with yuzu sauce. But the black vinegar chicken is
still the best there.

1017
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:41:02  ID:SoSWOFSP.net(3)
>1014
But you're not "oyaji" right?

So I'm assuming you are in 30s?
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1018
イギリス人[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:42:33  ID:hCgAGob3.net(6)
>1017
You're right, I'm not quite oyaji yet. I am in my 30s.

1019
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:44:04  ID:SoSWOFSP.net(3)
People in 30s are all oyaji in my opinion.

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名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:46:38  ID:PeLRU3SE.net
I am shocked hearing イギリス人san is same generaiton to me. but he said he had enjoyed FF4,6 at real time so it maybe natural.

1021
名無しさん@英語勉強中[sage]   投稿日:2014/11/29 16:47:53  ID:SoSWOFSP.net(3)
I'll start calling イギリス人 oyaji from now on!

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