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Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 149

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 05:05:04
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Previous Thread:
Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 148
http://kamome.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1286821092/

Hey!!! you NEETs, nerds, YouTube-link spammers, pedophiles, neo-Nazis,
Yukorin enthusiasts, Nanako SOS admirers, Part-Time-Preachers,
Diplomats' spoiled sons, losers who can't remember Kanji characters,
Big-boobs fans, Weeaboos from all over the world, learners of Japanese
who are too lazy to update their Japanese blogs very often, cunning
linguists and stupid fan girls of Johnny's Boys.
And let's hope the Internet-addicted housewife will come back soon!

This is the place to have a ball!!!!!

2 :イギリス人:2010/10/31(日) 05:06:54
>>1
Thanks! We won't be orphans after all!

I see there's an addition to the list...

3 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 05:13:25
>>2
Yup. Happy you've noticed it.

I added the category for the girl who can't often hold her Slim Shady
in her. ;)

4 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 05:16:57
>>2
Where do you live?
Are you in japan now?
I just wanted to know what made you want to chat with
japanewe people in english on line.
no offense.

5 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 05:20:32
And I change "Here is the place..." to "This is the place...," which is mentioned a few times
as an example of unnatural English.

>>4
I live in Japan.
Are you new here? Actually, some people in this thread are people from overseas.
>>2 is one of them. He's from UK.

I understand what you mean but even if there were no people from overseas in this thread, it would be
good to post in English for writing practices.

6 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 05:46:23
>>5
right, i totally understand the concept here, like i said,
just wondered what's like to be talking to people who are not
native speakers of your own language in a forum its purpose is
supposed to be practicing your language...
then I guessed, that might be those non japanese speakers are actually living in
in japan right now on business ,learning the japanese language, of as a specialist of some
researh or such and such, and having a look at this site to get to know what the japanese culture
is, what the real japanese people talk about, etc.

so i asked >>2 where he lives.

just out of curiosity.

7 :5:2010/10/31(日) 06:08:22
>>6
Oh, I thought you were talking to me.
That was my mistake.

>>5 is an answer to your question from a Japanese
perspective like mine.

8 :5:2010/10/31(日) 06:14:52
And I thought you were Japanese learning English.
That doesn't mean your English is bad. Actually, I can't tell which is
a post of Japanese English learners and which is one of Native English spealers.
(I can distinguish it when one's English is too bad, though)

Some Japanese English learners often claim what's the point of talking to Japanese English
learners in English.

9 :6:2010/10/31(日) 06:16:15
>>7
i came to this forum for the first time, so i didnt know the
manner here.
thanks for the info.


10 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 06:25:20
>>9
No problem. There's no manners here. :)
This is wild wild west. Evetythings goes here ranging from verbal abuses to
link spams and whatever.

As I said, Japanese people can't distinguish native English speakers posts so
some native English speakers type their handle name if they want.
That's beneficial both for Japanese English learners and native English
speakers who wants to stand out.
Of course if you prefer to stay anonymous, you don't have to type your name.
(Just typing handle name is almost the same as being anonymous though.)

Once in a while, Japanese English leaners use handle name, too for their
own reasons. Basically, anything goes here.

11 :イギリス人:2010/10/31(日) 06:27:03
>>4
I live in the UK, but travelled a lot while growing up. Some of my
parents' friends and acquaintances belonged to the Japanese embassy,
and a couple had children around my age. So I suppose we shared cultural
experiences and found it pretty interesting. As for why I'm here, on the
English board, I had been browsing around 2ch a few years back, seeing what
there was to see, and came across it by accident. So the reason I post
here is a mixture of curiosity about what people discuss, a morbid curiosity
about what trolls here are like, an attempt at being useful to English learners,
and also to prevent any more one-sided anti-English sentiment being spread
around by one or two other posters. As well as being able to find out more about
things I'd like to know more about, culturally, socially, or otherwise.

12 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 06:52:46
Seriuous business.

13 :9:2010/10/31(日) 07:10:01
>>10
im happy that i found a place that i could share my feelings at.
i just had a really unpleasant experience a few hours ago at a nice cafe.

i live in the us now, but i see a lot of japanese people in my city.
most of them are nice, and i made frends with lot of japanese people here,
but some of them are just disgustingly abnoxious.

im not saying all the japanese people in japan are polite and friendly,
but i believe that being always polite toward any kind of person is one
of the japaneses virtues, even though some people consider that that part
of japanese behavior is only superficial and no substencial feeling attached
to the smile we make.
i agree. but my point is, no matter weather or not its real, if you are treated nicely, thats much
better than treaded like dirt, isnt it?



14 :9:2010/10/31(日) 07:13:05
the rest of 13

so long story short (its already long, though, anyway),
i was treated like shit by a japanese girl at the nice cafe,
just becaue of me being japanese!

it actually happened to me sooo many times.
and most of the time, those who treat other japanese are
"japanese girls(women),who have been in the us long enough to be fluent in english'

i ALWAYS try to be nicer to other japanese here than any other kind of people,
because i know whats like to be a forigner.

but they, those japanese girls are completely DIFFERENT.
dont know what makes them behave like that, all i know is
they hate talking to other japanese people and even give us
a looking-down-on kind of look.
this is absolutely ridicurous.

has anyone here had this kind of experience??

15 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 07:31:42
Some Japanese women who live in U.S. for many years think they became white people.

16 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 07:33:12
I'm just here because this is the place to have a ball!

>>9
This incident happened in the US? That's unfortunate. I have no idea why Japanese girls/women in the US would treat native Japanese people badly.

17 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 07:38:26
>>13-14
When I first read your post, I thought you're a foreginer.
Now I understand that you are Japansese living in US.

>i was treated like shit by a japanese girl at the nice cafe,
>just becaue of me being japanese!

I don't know why, but maybe They don't want to meet Japanese when they
are in US for whatever reason such as an exchange student.
Meeting with Japanese people brings them back to reality when they are
kind of living in a fantacy land or another dimension, ie living in a foregin
country.

I heard the same thing about foreigners living in Japan.
Foreginers here in Japan feel awkward when they meet other "gaijins" in town.
But that doesn't mean they have to treat badly each other, which I don't think
they do.

Or maybe you were "kimoi" to the girls. Don't take it seriously, this is
2ch so I try to be direct without sugar-coated way of saying.
No offense.

18 :13-14:2010/10/31(日) 07:56:07


>>15
true. i think they are thinking being japanese is kinda "dasai",
so they want to differ themselves from other japanese. maybe.

>>16
it happens daily in my area. dont know about other places of the us,
but yes, certainly, it does at least in this city.

>>17
i dont think i was kimoi, though im not for sure...
but what i wanted to tell you guys here is that there is
definitely a group of people of that type which i explained.

19 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/10/31(日) 08:38:08
>>1 Thank you for making this thread.

Today is Holloween. But I have to do my part-time job.
So, I can't enjoy Helloween.

By the way, 2010 will be over for about 2months.
Whao, how early and quickly a year passes.

20 :KG2ch:2010/10/31(日) 08:45:29
>>3 In that case I am changing category, because Kame Girl does not qualify for stupidity.
I will be in the pedofile woman category.
Watching clips of half-naked chibi Kame qualifies me.


21 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 08:49:20
>>19
Even if you didn't have to work today, you wouldn't do anything special
for Halloween, would you?

As we talked in the previous thread, it isn't commmon to celebrate Holloween
except commercially promoted holloween goods. It's not rooted in our mind.


22 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 08:58:14
>>17
Whenever I encounter other Americans in a foreign country, I do not feel awkward at all.
Sometimes, I actually want to go and talk to them since they speak English too.
That's why I'm sort of curious why those Japanese girls would treat him badly.
Maybe he just encountered some ill-mannered people and they happened to be Japanese women.

I want to get some candy from Halloween, but I'm afraid I'll be studying for an exam.

>>19
It's okay that we can't enjoy Halloween. We still have Christmas and New Years to look forward too!

23 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 08:59:05
Halloween is not so funny day for many Japanese.
I am going to read all volumes of "Patalliro!" from now to the night today.

24 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:15:34
Who killed Cock Robin! lol

25 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:22:05
g2 fucking hell, motherfucking faging pussy

26 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:33:15
>>22
For some American men in Japan, American women is an archenemy.
So they don't want to mingle with the women.

The reason?
Because they are Charisma Men.
Who are they?
Wikipedia-----> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charisma_Man
video----> http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/03/02/japan.charisma.man.comic/index.html?iref=allsearch

This post is irrelevant to his original post but this Charisma men's story
is kind of funny that depicts Western men's life in Japan.
Of course I think the comic is exaggerated but still sheds some light on Western's
men's life in Japan.

27 :13-14:2010/10/31(日) 09:36:58
>>22
lol i'm a twenty something years old japanese woman!

i got a costume of super mario game mushroom!
forgot his name.

28 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:41:03
this thread is rapidly becoming shit and gay

29 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:44:18
That's nothing new - it's been so and will be so.

30 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 09:46:43
>>27
The answer to your question could vary depending on your personal info,
mainly sex and other things such as age and your fuency in English.

So you should have said you are a girl in the first place.
Maybe the mean girls is in rivalry or something.
Plus they don't want to talk with Japanese people when they are in US.

31 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 10:22:00
   Good morning paramedics.

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32 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 10:32:55
Didn't know Ricky Martin came out of the closet, meaning he is gay...as
rumor has spread.

33 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 10:48:07
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJX8JoQrLrk

Hooters in Tokyo! It seems like for a few days the gals from USA joined
for promotion. I heard they wear one size smaller short pants.
They are bombs! Wanna try Hooters once.
I wonder if Igirisu-jin can keep his straight face and act like a real gentleman.
I know I would drool and stare at them.
Isn't it against their policy to allow customers to shoot a video and take photos?

34 :27:2010/10/31(日) 11:18:33
>>30

i know what you mean, but its their personal issue.

whatever the kind of person they talk to is, changing their atitiude pretty much distinctively depending on
the person dispite the fact that s/he doesnt do anything wrong or bad to them, is considered to be a behavior
of a person with immaturity.

especially when im a customer and they are a worker at a shop or equivalent,
bringing up thir own taste or bias is not acceptable.

not that i dont have any mercy, but the way they act is just too noticable.
whenever i come across this situation, it makes me feel really desappointed.

everytime my non japanese friends asked me how the japanese are,
i used to answer "japanese people could be a little uptight, but are always try to nice and plite to others
no matter who the person we interact with. which is the part of their charactaristic i think great".

i dont mean to keep on complaining on this matter, so im not going to give you guys any more of
negative images about them. but let me please tell you guys this.
if you got a chance to live overseas and had oppotunities to meet your people there, please be nice to them.

35 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 11:27:34
>>34
In a nutshell, they should act like Hooters girls with big smiles, right?
100% customer satisfaction!

36 :34:2010/10/31(日) 11:42:26
>>35
haha,exactly.
being like them outside the restaurant would be also preferred!

37 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 12:21:07
>>13-14
I understand exactly why those Japanese girls don't look at you or ignore you when they found you as the sibling of her around Caucasian
society. Because I've gone thorough that feeling once when I was little.
I was in US during early adolescent days. I was the only Japanese in the school. There was one girl in two lower class, Chinese from Hong Kong.
I rarely talked to her in public coz I thought it was shameful of me to talk with her so that ppl may see us and think I was one of those group
of Asian people. I wanted to be apart from them, I didn’t even talk to my father in public coz he was Japanese(of course)^^;; Sorry dad....

My only wish was to be a white girl because I knew there was far distance between them and me. They were so beautiful to my eye at that time.
For teenager we concern too much on our appearance. Frankly speaking, all the teenagers who go to America or Europe want to be like Paris Hilton.
As I grow older my understanding of being a mature woman has changed a lot. I started to understand and could perceive both appearance
and brain and heart are important, and not only women but also all the human being should be well balanced in both aspects.
Blond beautiful appearance are good but with shallow inside are not respectful.


I think after age 25, I have become disliking shallow white pretty faces and started to be more attached to Asian than western people.

38 :37:2010/10/31(日) 12:32:14
*all the teenage girls who have come to US or Europe from their homeland have some inferiority complex
of being Asian and start to grow the feeling of being non-Asian girl, which is impossible><"

39 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 12:59:50
I'm not a paramedic!

Both Asian and western styles have their pros and cons.
But it's understandable for teenagers to act first and think later. After all they are at a tender age and are
influenced by media and pop culture very easily. And I'm not just talking about Japanese teens, American and European teens too.

40 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 13:22:53
BIG THIN FAT MONKEY ABNORMAL SHY AGGRESSIVE

41 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 13:31:22
>>40
Good good! Keep practicing. You're almost fluent!

42 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 13:56:35
Tak Matsumoto's jazz album would be got the Grammy.

43 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 14:04:44
Does anyone know any good traditional Japanese or Chinese music that sounds like
Tak Matsumoto's "Koi Uta"?

44 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/10/31(日) 14:07:34
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
It's 1:00 AM on the East Coast of the US now, so it's been Halloween for about an hour.
Tonight is known as "mischief night", because tonight teenagers go out and
throw toilet paper on trees and smash pumpkins.

45 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 14:25:19
I don't understand what's happy about Holloween but anyway, Happy Halloween!

46 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 14:33:29
>>43
I recommend Onmyo-Za and Shang-Shang Typhoon, haha.

47 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/10/31(日) 15:02:37
>>45
Halloween is an excuse for people to dress up as anything they want and get free candy and meet with their friends.
It's a fun time, like Christmas but candy instead of presents, and scary decorations. Not nearly as big as Christmas though.

48 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 15:14:47
One high school exchange student from Japan was shot to death when he visited
neighborhood for trick or treating.

The man who lived in the house said to him "freeze" with rifle in his hand
but the student didn't understand what he said and keep getting closer to
his house. Then, shot to death.

After this incident, Japanese English education was blamed in that it doesn't
teach practical English. Freeze is a basic ward but only the meaning
we associated with the word is to change liquid to ice and nobody knows
it's used when someone orders someone to stop.

49 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/10/31(日) 15:16:44
>>48
What the hell kind of person would shoot someone for trick-or-treating?
I hope he went to jail.

50 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 15:18:33
>>46
Thank you thank you!



51 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 15:41:33
It is true that Onmyo-za members wear traditional Japanese costumes and write lylics in classical Japanese.
But they are heavy metal band.

52 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 15:44:30
Halloween might be a little bit nicer than Namahage. Only a little bit, though.

What're the subject of“trick”and“treat”?
Suppose it were a total imperative sentence, it would be like“(You) trick me or (you) treat me.”
私に悪戯するか私を供応して下さい。

53 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 16:43:59
I'm reading the book written by native English speaker.
It's says that our necks are parts of our faces.

What a f....

I have never thought neck is a part of a face before.
Neck is, if anything, a part of a body, I think.

I have no idea what you guys think about this.
So please tell me your opinion.

54 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/10/31(日) 16:45:32
>>52
Wiktionary says:
"trick or treat: A form of extortion by which children get candy on Halloween."

That's a little extreme though, lol. It means "I will trick you
(悪戯する) if you do not give me candy (the treat)." Of course
most of the time children will not actually do anything bad
if the person does not have candy.

55 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/10/31(日) 16:47:08
>>53
The neck is definitely not part of the face.

56 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 17:04:23
>>55
Thx for your quick reply.
Then this scholar must be f....


57 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 17:21:58
>>26
Charisma Man, a legend to be told. Since what, 1988? Guess I have to get the complete collection.

58 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 19:32:26
Oh, my...
This book makes me really screwed up.

There is a question in the book that convert positive sentense into interrogative sentense.
The sentense of the question is "A flower has a stem."
So, I answered "Does a flower have a stem?"
However the book said that the answer is "Has a flower stem?"

What a F...

Is the book's answer common or natural or grammatically correct ?

This book is quite old. the first edition of the book is in 1945.
Despite the fact, it seemed to be popular among English learner in Japan a decade ago.
I don't know whether I should throw it away right now...

59 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 19:35:35
>>53
I guess neck is a part of our face. If you look at black guys small face and muscle body,
you'll know it. The neck gauges the same width with the face, and the shoulder is very
broad. The shape is very very beautiful.

60 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 19:48:53
yes it does
yes it has

61 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 20:22:24
Have you got any idea vs. Have you any idea

62 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 20:48:40
I am not reading a book.
But I was astonished by something weird.

What a f...!

Nothing happened.
It was totally my imagination.
By the way have you ever loved someone so much?

63 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 20:55:04
>>61
I know the former one is the present perfect tense.
Then latter one is present tense?
In that case, I suppose "have" is a verb and not a auxiliary verb.

If "have" is a verb, why doesn't "have" go with auxiliary verb in interrogative sentence and
If "have" is a auxiliary verb, where is a verb?

Please someone explain it to this stupid guy.

64 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 21:06:26
>>59
Ummm, so your opinion differ from us. (nanashi san and me)


65 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 21:45:54
How do you say "解せぬ" in English?



66 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 21:49:58
I can't understand.

67 :イギリス人:2010/10/31(日) 21:54:15
>>53
The face is the part of the body that houses the majority of the sensory
organs in the body - eyes, ears, nose, tongue, etc. and, as such, I would
not count the neck as part of the face.

>>45
Hallowe'en originates from ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, which marked
the end of the 'light' part of the year, and the beginning of the 'dark'
part. Kind of a new year. It was believed that the barrier to the Otherworld
(world of spirits and the dead) was at its thinnest on this day and that spirits,
both good and bad, could slip through to the physical world. People wore costumes
as a means of disguising themselves as evil spirits, and so avoid harm from other
evil spirits. In addition to this, the spirits of the dead were honoured and paid
respect to.

The name Hallowe'en itself comes from a shortening of 'Evening of All Hallows',
a Christian festival to honour the saints - intentionally placed over the pagan
festival to try and stamp it out, as the Christians did with many of their holidays.

>>58
That kind of sentence structure was pretty common in 1945, and counted
as correct. I suppose it's mainly academics who would use it these days,
but it's mainly fallen out of common, everyday speech. Would try and explain
further, but my (hopefully) delicious 'arroz con pollo' should be finished
cooking in the oven by now...

68 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 21:54:42
>>65
"解せぬ" means "理解できない" or "納得できない"
So, I suppose what >>66 said is typical way to say that.

69 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 22:33:12
>>49
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoshihiro_Hattori

He didn't go to jail.

The exchange student wan't trick or treating. He was on the way to
a Halloween party and went to the wrong home. The owner of the house
said "freeze" but the student thought he said "please" according to the
wiki article.

70 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 22:39:13
>>67
>not count the neck as part of the face.
Yea, I really think so.
Why did this scholar say such a thing.

>That kind of sentence structure was pretty common in 1945, and counted as correct
Umm, So that sentence structure is correct and becoming obsolete these days.
Thanks to your explanation, I was a little bit released from this mess.

I'm going to have meal too and I hope you could have yummy 'arroz con pollo'.

71 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 22:45:04
I'm sure I'll be pulling out my hair ;-)

What does it mean?

72 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 22:48:44
>>70

The English language (as is the case with all languages) constantly evolves...
I'm sure we all can think of similar cases in Japanese grammar

73 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 22:50:15
>>67
So simply put, with this thread jargon, Samhain is the start of Slim Shady part of the year so to speak.

74 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/10/31(日) 23:39:29
解せぬ is more older sentence.
like "imbecile"

75 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 00:08:09
Why is china so arrogant?

76 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 00:25:59
Many clever and polite Chinese people were killed by the government of China at Tenan-Mon.

77 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 00:29:11
and the rest of Chinese are silly,
such people are easy to be controled by China as it like.

78 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/01(月) 02:10:11
Yesterday, Helloween, was so terrible to me. I give the reasons to you. First,
when I arrived at the workplace of my part-time job, Izakaya(Japanese pub, in
English)the manager asked me some question about new menu of banquet.
In result, I wasn't able to give him correct answers because it's too complex to
remenber all. Second, I had to dispose of a (scum)customer's vomit in the rest-
room... In the time, I've never done that before. What was a worse, the exit of sink
in there was stopped up by the vomit.... How dirty it was! Of course, I had to use
a plunger, removing it with my hands wearing vinyl gloves...

79 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 02:31:40
It's no wonder you meet with those accidents when you work in such a place.

80 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 02:50:14
   Good night pupils.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

81 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 03:01:35
For some reason my penis and godlen balls bag is really itchy.
I've been scratching them over and over and still itchy.

It's not STD because I haven't had sex nor go to sex shop or anything.
I take a bath "almost" every day. Still itchy. inflammation maybe.

82 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 03:20:02
Hey , you seem to fiddle your own stick day after day with your dirty hands!
I think it is infection of urethra. Go to see a doctor of Urology soon.

83 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 03:30:31
No, skin of penis and ball sack is itchy. Not inside, not urethra.
It's surface that is itchy.

84 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 03:36:23
Liah Dizon is going to divorce.

85 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 04:02:16
Oh, sorry . Then, I think it's Jock itch. Mold like damp and warm place. Don't be shame!
To the unexpected matching, some type of mold had grown in my baby's delicate area two days ago ,
but that mold had been exterminated in a day after I got medical ointment from the hospital in the vicinity.
Can you see some little white points around over your delicate area? If you can , it's some mold ,I think.

86 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 04:22:21
No, I don't think it's Jock itch or anything but I don't mind having
you apply the ointmento to my private area.

Sometimes this kind of thing happens to me and all I have to do is
just keep scratching until it doesn't feel itchy anymore. All I have to
be careful about is I have to wash my hand before I eat a piece of bread
the next morning. After I wake up I often forget scratching my private area
the day before and grab a piece of bread and eat it.

But nothing happens even if I forget to wash my hand. No stomachache or anything.
All I do is just scream after breakfast, "Oh, I forgot to wash my hands before eating breakfast!"

87 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 04:30:48
Well, I can say " God bless your low!"

88 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 05:28:07
Thanks for sharing your story about your crotch itching. Because everyone likes to hear about itchy crotches.

89 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 07:47:08
>>88
You're just sarcastic, are you?

90 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 08:07:48
Please loose the power of your anal sphincter !
Don't you know where here is?

91 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 09:51:39
Peter’s wife was out shopping one day when she saw an adorable little
puppy in a pet shop window. Not being able to resist the temptation, she
purchased the dog and took it home. As she entered the house, Peter
looked up from his newspaper and asked, “What are you doing with that
fat gorilla?” “It’s not a gorilla,” said his wife in surprise, “It’s a puppy”.
“Shut up,” said Peter, “I'm talking to the puppy.”

92 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/01(月) 11:29:25
>>91
lol

>>58
No! don't say that! it's so wrong. Even if it were grammatically
correct it would be too ambiguous.

>>61
"Have you got any idea" is just a more informal (and less correct)
way of saying "have you any idea". I usually say "Do you have any idea?"

93 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 11:39:26
>>92
why is >>58 invalid?

94 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 11:42:40
Yeah, despite it's ambiguous or obsolete, it gives off a more exotic feel to it and hence more charisma you can have!
You can't beat that.

95 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 13:25:09
   Good morning pupils.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

96 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/01(月) 13:37:15
>>93
"Has a flower stem?" sounds like you're saying "[Something] has a
flower stem?" That's why it's ambiguous.
Say "Does a flower have a stem?" But if you really want that extra
charisma, I guess you can say "Has a flower a stem?" Then it's not
ambiguous  and it sounds really pomp and British. But more likely
people will ask you to repeat what you said.

97 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 13:55:42
>>92(nanashi san)
So you said "have you any idea" is more correct than "Have you got any idea" and
slightly more formal side.
As to "Do you have any idea?", I think that is the most common way to say that.
I completely agree with you.

However some questions still remain in my mind.
Those questions are >>70.
You mean these are informal expressions so that we are allowed to use them
even though they have some grammatical errors?

98 :nihon-jin:2010/11/01(月) 14:09:43
I should have written that earlier.
I should be punished for being lazy by my teacher.

99 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/01(月) 14:23:39
>>97
The word "got" is SUPPOSED to only be used as the past tense of "get";
the perfect tense is "gotten". But many, many english speakers use
"got" in situations where it doesn't belong. For example, they say
"I gotta go to the bathroom" instead of "I have to/need to go to the
bathroom", or "I've got 2 books in my backpack right now" instead of
"I have 2 books in my backpack right now".
Those expressions are used more by small children or if you're talking
very fast and informally. It's good to know them but I wouldn't try
using them until you're completely fluent in English, because it
can be hard to know when it's correct to use them.
Another English lesson brought to you by nanashi-kyoushi!

100 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 14:47:55
kudos to you

101 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 15:14:21
>>99
>nanashi-kyoushi

Kyoshi and sensei means the same indeed, (kyoshi is sounds formal, though)
but you don't say "name+kyoshi." You say, "name+sensei."
So it should be "nanashi sensei."

102 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/01(月) 16:36:49
>>101
Is that not narcissistic? Or is that ok in that sentence?
I've always heard never to call yourself by a title, especially an
honourable one.
X nanashi先生です。
O nanashiです。

103 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 17:51:16
Yes it's narcissistic.
You cannot usually call yourself neither name+sensei nor name+kyoushi.
But you can use name+sensei when you are joking. (name+kyoushi is seldom or never used)
Though I think it is often said in animes...haven't you heard of it?
it's like このxx先生に任せなさい

104 :イギリス人:2010/11/01(月) 19:04:38
>>70
Ahhh, >>96 is correct - I skipped over the fact that the required article
before 'stem' was missing. The arroz con pollo was pretty good, but not my
best. Didn't stop me eating a bit too much, though, and feeling lethargic
and slovenly afterwards.

Additionally, I don't think there's anything wrong with sounding pomp and
British...

105 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/01(月) 19:08:53
>>104 Pomp and British is the best, isn't it?
"Ending sentences with prepositions is something up with which
I will not put."

106 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 20:40:20
>>105
>>"Ending sentences with prepositions is something up with which
I will not put."

My question, How about interrogative sentence ?

107 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 21:54:44
この先生きのこる
kono sensei kinokoru

108 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 21:56:29
>>99
Thank you for your additional lesson.
Umm, it would be better I cling to general grammar that is written in learner text books.

>>104
np at all. Thank you for your additional info.
I have yet to acquire the ability of understanding those feeling or atmosphere contained
in such expressions.
So I decided to throw away those nasty questions for the moment.

I also had a good meal last night.
I suppose you are skillful in cooking.

109 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 21:58:50
suck my dick, fucking nigga

110 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 22:07:52
Do you know the word girl is popular in Japan?
Hey girl!

111 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 22:33:16
UsaBitch is popular character in japan

112 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 22:33:44
1,Who do you like musician?

2,who musician do you like?

Could you tell me the mean of difference between 1 and 2?

113 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 22:34:55
1 means 'look like'
2 means 'favorite musician'

114 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/01(月) 22:50:17
A short time ago, I tried to download the screen-sever of Linkin Park
by their album, METEORA, I bought with the rest of their albums last
month. To do that, I took the trouble to download Quick Time player,
but, I wasn't able to do though I tried to do many many time!
Instead of it, Internet explorer error appeared. Oh my god...
By the way, my computer is Windows7. Propably, it maybe the reason
of that.

115 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/01(月) 23:20:35
>>114
Nah, it's because QuickTime is shit and always has been.

116 :112:2010/11/01(月) 23:25:54
>>113
Thanks! Probably I got it.
You mean,,,

1 A:Who do you like musician?
B:I look like Janet Jackson.

2 A:Who musician do you like?
B:I like Janet Jackson.

Is my idea right?

117 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 00:29:00
>>Who do you like musician?
"like" is a verb here. So it doesn't mean "look like".

118 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 00:29:46
>>114
If I were you, I would give up using "Quick time".
Because, as >>115 said, "Quick time" is really shit.
I don't want to contaminate my PC with such fuckin software.

119 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/02(火) 02:37:23
>>116
"What/which musician do you look like?" "I look like Janet Jackson."
"What/which musician do you like?" "I like Janet Jackson."
But for the last one, I think "Who/what is your favourite musician?"
is more common.

>>114
QuickTime is a necessary evil.
By the way, use Firefox or Google Chrome. They work much better than IE.

120 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 02:38:40
Quick time is Apple's software.

Apple has great technology but why do you insist Quick Time is so bad?

121 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 02:47:45
>>119
Then, are you using i-Tune?
Otherwise it's not necessary at all.

122 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/02(火) 04:12:00
>>121
I do not use iTunes. But some websites use Quicktime so I need the plugin.
I do not like Apple much because they are overpriced and very protective
of their hardware and software, not letting other people modify it.

123 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 04:31:05
>>122
If I were you, I wouldn't look at such websites.
I really hate Quicktime and Flash.

What you said about Apple is absolutely right.
I would rather go with Microsoft than submit myself to Apple.

124 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 04:33:29
   Good night seismologists.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

125 :イギリス人:2010/11/02(火) 04:42:07
>>122
Completely agree. Though... I haven't come across a website requiring
Quicktime for at least a year now, so at least it seems to be dying out
on the web. Not a huge fan of Apple products in general either, for the
reasons you mentioned as well as the way they play the patent game. One
thing I do give them credit for, however, is their marketing strategy.

>>108
I'm not that great a cook, but do enjoy cooking. Making spaghetti bolognese
tonight. May I ask what meal you had that you enjoyed? I always like new ideas.



126 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 05:39:56
Hi guys.

Can any of you tell me what DQN is, please?
I was looking at the other 2-chan threads that are in Japanese,
but I couldn't understand what DQN stood for.
Tried to figure, but everybody was talking in sort of jargon, so
I had no idea.
And those people had been cursing each other, so I was afraid of
asking them.
I didn't want to be thrown at like "You die, stupid a**hole".
But people here seem more plite and decent.


127 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/02(火) 06:21:44
>>126
To the best of my research abilities (which are nothing to sneeze at),
DQN stands for ドキュウン (dokyuun), which is the sound of a heart
pounding, similar to ドキドキ.
Ex. dqn dqn (・・;)

Someone correct me if I'm off.

128 :イギリス人:2010/11/02(火) 07:09:03
DQN is derived from dokyun, from a TV variety show called 目撃!ドキュン
(Mokugeki Dokyun), which was about the lives of delinquents, and so
used when someone's saying something really stupid or completely lacking
common sense. Something along those lines... a native 2ch'er could
probably explain it better...

129 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 07:12:33
>>127

I see. But they were using DQN to call certain group of people.
Dou you know the usage??

Does it mean that you are being made fun of, if someone calls you
DQN?

130 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 07:15:43
shut the fuck up , fucking fag

131 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 07:32:28
"DQN" is an internet slang term used to describe an idiotic person who lacks common sense, manner, basic knowledge. etc. etc.
According to this article, they get bashed quite often by the people who aspire to but aren't able to be one, or don't have the balls to fight them in real life.

http://dic.nicovideo.jp/a/dqn

132 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 07:39:34
i dont give a fuck, fuckig stupid bastard!

133 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 09:02:52
go 2 773H, U muthafucka

134 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/02(火) 10:09:12
>>128
You are correct sir. Thank you for correcting me.

135 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 11:19:31
DQN is only used in 2ch, isn't it?
Coz I've never heard of it in other places. I've never heard of that in
my daily life, in which I often find it here

136 ::2010/11/02(火) 12:37:16
戦争ドラマ「コソバット」の一シ−ン
小隊長(ヘソリー小尉):Seize the objective(目標を達成せよ)
            「攻撃目標を奪取せよ」の間違い
分隊長(サソダース軍曹):roger(了解)

137 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/02(火) 13:37:59
>>136
That is random and barely in English. Try saying it entirely in English!

138 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 14:24:14
   Good morning seismologists.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

139 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 14:43:28
Good morning master

140 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 14:43:54
shut the fuck up, fucking faggy bastard

141 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 14:54:51


>>128 >>131

Thanks!

Now I know what they were talking about.
Btw, they always cut up other people pretty brutally, and I got
a little uncomfortable just by looking at their comments.
I don't get how they could be harsh to other people...

I guess it's quite normal here, so nobody care.
But it made me wonder that's real Japanese's
charactaristics, deep down.


142 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 15:24:55
>>135
Sometimes I see "DQN" in other sites and hear in daily life.
Thus the thought "DQN" is only used in 2ch is wrong.
However it's no doubt 2ch has contributed to popularity of that word.

>>141
That's 2ch's manners and not signifying general Japanese's characteristics.
However in a way, that behavior shows our instinct lurked in our mind.
These kind of things are commonplaces no matter where you live, aren't it?
If you can't get used to 2ch's atmosphere, I recommend you to leave here
before you are disgusted.

143 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 17:42:18
>>125
I had traditional Japanese foods that night.
Those were "いくら丼", "冬瓜汁" and "日本酒".
"いくら丼" is the rice served in a bowl and put salmon roe on it.
"冬瓜汁" is the soup made from soy sauce base. "冬瓜" is a kind of gourds.
We usually put chicken, sliced shiitake mushroom and of course "Tougan(冬瓜)" in the soup.
"日本酒" is, as you know, "sake".

It's hard to explain those kind of things due to my lacking in writing skill.
So, I offer you some pictures. Please refer to those pictures for detail.
いくら丼 : ttp://www.kurakura.net/images/sio-ikura10-3.jpg
冬瓜汁 : ttp://kurasi-cafe.com/archives/images/2006.8.1.jpg

144 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 20:39:25
for god's sake

god drink sake?

145 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 21:24:54
shut the fuck up, fucking fag for christe's sake

146 :KG2ch:2010/11/02(火) 22:31:15
>>141 I don't think it is normal at all. More like caged animals.
The people who make cruel remarks are really wounded people themselves.
They run huge complexes inside. They don't know how to handle their
anger and make good use of it. Their motivation circuits have blown off,
so all they can do is attack others.

147 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 23:06:07
>>146
You are misunderstanding this bulletin boards.
2ch is not ordinary bulletin boards.
That's not so big thing as what you said.
Therefore what >>145 said is nothing more than greetings.
However some poor people take that seriously and begin to blame others.
Then people who know that is 2ch's manners laugh at those responses or
pour oil on the fire on purpose.

Take care of yourself. lol

148 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 23:47:54
>>147
get off noob

149 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 23:53:50
>>148
It's grad to hear that.
They say "煽り煽られ2chの華" lol.


150 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/02(火) 23:57:08
Oh, Yes! I made typo. lol

151 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/03(水) 01:47:34
>>118 and >>119
I see. I've removed QuickTime a short time ago. I decided
to give up the screen-sever of Linkin Park...

By the way, I bought new contact lens yesterday.
My right eyesight is about 1.2 and left is about 1.0 by these!
Now, I enjoy seeing everything clearly. But, the span of con-
tact lens is about 2years. When the time comes, I must go to
eye doctor at first and pay about 20000 yen for new contact
lens. It's so troublesome! So, I do want to be operated on for
lasik surgery someday. Now, Here one question to person who
was operated on for it.
How do you feel about your oparated eyes?

152 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 03:01:51
I'm actually thinking about getting contacts. Hopefully, if it's not too pricey.
I am just curious to try them and they do seem more convenient than glasses at times aside from them being hard to find if you lose them.


153 :KG2ch:2010/11/03(水) 03:09:02
>>147 I was not referring to >>145 in particular.

In the past I had a few persistent users attack me because I
love Johnny's Entertainment. But it seems my reslience has paid off;
we Janiota are welcome here, as long as we act "stupid".



154 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 04:14:03
Attack? Looked like it was just a trivial part of learning English with fun and games.
Pretty sure your perpetual sweaty sugar daddy >>1 will be Batman and come rescue your butt again, though.

155 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 04:15:11
What is Johnny's Boy or Johnny's Entertainment?

156 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 04:42:17
>>153
>I was not referring to >>145 in particular.
My bad. I knew that. I should have added the words "for example".
However this don't have an effect on what I said.

I think you are getting used to handling those issues these days.
Think wisely.

157 :KG2ch:2010/11/03(水) 04:44:13
>>154 Are you talking to me? I don't need anyone saving me, thank you.
I can look after my own "body parts".
>>155 they are the evangelists of Japanese entertainment
to the world. More like ambassadors in this changing world.

158 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 04:46:18
   Good night attendants.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

159 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 05:01:26
Good night attendee.

160 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/03(水) 06:03:49
>>151-152
I wear glasses sometimes and contacts sometimes. The contacts are
better, because they are clearer and have a wider range of vision but
you have to be used to touching your eyes to put them in and take them
out.
My mother got Lasik surgery many years ago. She had to wear goggles
and not look at light for a few days, then her vision was much better.
But after many years it wore off and now her vision is not very good
again. So I think it doesn't last forever but it will last a long
time and you won't have to put in contacts anymore.

161 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 06:26:56
I heard Lasik only lasts a couple years or so. Not worth it in my opinion.

162 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 09:06:33
fuck ya opinion, shut the fuck up and suck your poppa's pussy, asshole cunt !!

163 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 09:43:25
he's always getting mad, it's so funny lol

164 :イギリス人:2010/11/03(水) 11:13:02
>>143
Ahh, a very different kind of food to what is usually served up here.
冬瓜 isn't often seen here, though many other types of gourd are - just so
you know, 冬瓜 is known as a Winter Melon here. I've never had actual
ikuradon, but have had fried rice with salmon roe, I suppose a dish
modified to suit the typical western palate. The soup sounds delicious
enough to attempt with local ingredients...

Uni still remains my favourite.

Thank you for the pictures, though your explanation was understandable
enough.

165 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 11:38:07
I love Uni!
the Uni-verse!

166 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 11:53:47
Charisma man is fested with energy that descends from the universe; then he shines somewhere over the rainbow. How holy.

167 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 12:48:09
fuck u

168 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 13:39:53
But i love you

169 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/03(水) 14:03:48
>>160
Umm... I'm confused with your mother's experience...
I hate my eyesight will be wrong again when I get Lasik
surgery and many time passes...

170 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 14:08:15
Can you have Lasik surgery again, when your eye sight have gotten wrong again?


171 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/03(水) 14:08:46
>>169
After you get surgery, they give you something to put on your eyes so
that you don't see light, and you have to wear it for a few days. If you look at something too bright, it could hurt your eyes until they
fully heal.
You will have perfect vision for a while, but after some years (I forget
how many) it will wear off. But you won't have to buy and wear glasses or
contacts.
So it's up to what you want to do.

172 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 15:05:53
I used to suffer from halo-and-glare.
But now I have hawkeyes!! (゚-゚)

173 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 15:27:14
A hawk can see all the letters of newspaper at a distance of 50 meters.

174 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 15:39:57
Your eyes get sliced and they shoot a laser beam into them. That's not right.

175 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 15:51:41
What do you call a deer with no eyes?

176 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/03(水) 16:52:32
>>175
Horrifying?

177 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 16:56:41
No-eye dear.

178 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 16:57:26
ottokonushi

179 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 16:57:51
x dear
o deer

180 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 17:03:52
No-eye deer(No idea)

181 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/03(水) 17:31:21
(−з−)

182 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 17:49:58
   Good morning attendants.

          ∧_∧
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         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

183 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 18:00:13
Last week, you guys bombarded us with Halloween comments.

Today, I thought I'll lecture you on Culture Day, national holiday
on November 3rd but I don't even know the origin of the day.

All I can tell you is that it's very beautiful day with sunshine and warm temperature
but I satyed home glued to my PC doing nothing special.
Maybe going to musium, theater would be the best way to appreciate culture
day.

184 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 19:27:46
the halloween is a first thing that we japanese learn at English class of school.

185 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 19:34:10
It seems English class in Japan these days is quite changed.
When I learned English at junior high, a thing which we taught first is "a Pen".

186 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 19:41:11
about the origin of hallowen.
A day that devils come back to this world from the hell.
this is what i learned in English class.
in my opinion. these days are turning point. tempreture. season.
a lot of things are changed. so people easily become a sick.
i think that old people thought that the sickness was brought by devils.
so devils day.


187 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 19:48:37
Such thoughts are none other than stereotypes created by human kind.
I don't know whether Devils are good or bad for us even if they are exist.
I would like to have a conversation with them if I could.

188 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 19:53:05
there are some similar culture in japan too.
for example. the setubun. its a season when winter become spring.
it is said that evil souls bring sickness at setubun.
so people eat soy-beans to get strength.

189 :devilish:2010/11/03(水) 20:06:36
We have a policy based on the three principles.

1. not believe in God.
2. not make people believe in God.
3. not bring in God.

We call this policy "非神三原則".
Remember this.

Muhahahahahahaha



190 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/03(水) 21:55:36
>>181
(−з−)(´ε` ) come on... muhhh

191 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 00:07:44
You'll never know how much I worry about this news on "Hitwomen!"
【Mexican Drug Gang Hires Pretty Hitwomen】
  http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/2572469/posts

I sadly guess all hitwomen manias here have been completely
handsmothered to death by beautiful, thin-black-leather-gloved
hitwomen.

Look out! They are already behind you holding "Chloroform-pump!"

Good luck!



192 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 00:11:53
Kiss to Kame girl.

(^3^)

193 :Eric:2010/11/04(木) 00:21:59
Hey all,

I'm an American living in Japan, studying at 東北大学.
I am currently studying Japanese for most of the day every day, but it's cool to see that so many people are studying English.
Keep up the good work fellas, and if you have any questions just ask me.

194 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 00:46:24
>>193
Tohoku uni is the best uni in Tohoku Region.
If your American uni is in partnership with Tohoku uni, your American
uni must be good uni, too because when two uni becomes partnership, the level of the
two unis are the same in respective countries.

Tohoku is very cold with lots of snow in winter so be prepared if you are
from a warm staes in US, like Florida.


195 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 00:54:32
i thought something with a lot of sticks for a moment.

196 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 00:55:24
http://www.bbblog.net/trip/images/2009_0719_120542-DSCN1929.JPG

197 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 01:24:13
>>196
Take responsibility for having made me hungry.

198 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 01:28:35
       人
      (_)    If my shit will do, plz feel free to eat!!
      (___)
     (,,・∀・)  ウンコー
      ( O┬O
  ≡ ◎-ヽJ┴◎  キコキコ

199 :Eric:2010/11/04(木) 01:50:02
>>194

Yeah, I'm from California, and it is already pretty damn cold.
It's like under 50 fahrenheit already! I heard it's supposed to snow next week too...
But it's cool man. Lots of opportunities to study Japanese, and lots of people are really cool.
Also, I am from Penn State University in America.

Peace!

200 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 02:36:59
>>199
Wow!
That's one of the Ivy league unis!
If you live different side of the continent, it must be tough to go
back to your home town in Christmas and all, all the way from East coast
to West coast. And now you're in Japan so even more difficult to go back to
your home town.

201 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 02:40:02
>>196
Sea urchin is something that looks eerie to people from overseas.
It's only Japanese people like us who think it's facy food used as
a topping for sushi.

202 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 02:54:04
>>200
You must be thinking of UPenn. Penn State is the state university of
Pennsylvania (I would know). I almost went there myself.
Also, interestingly, the name of my American university in Japanese
is 東北大学. And apparently it's the same exact temperature here :)

My university has study-abroads in 明治大学 and 桜美林大学. Anyone
know about them?

203 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:04:56
>>199
Hey Eric. I'm from cali too. Too bad its cold in Japan. I'm in norcal and its currently 62 Fahrenheit. Nice and cool.
Keep warm people in Japan!

204 :イギリス人:2010/11/04(木) 03:13:50
>>191
Are you the gloved hitwoman mania from many threads ago?

>>196, >>201
I must admit that my first encounter with uni was completely
accidental. It wasn't until later that I discovered what it
actually was. When I tell people over here the story of how
I came to eat sea urchin gonads, they usually respond with either
disgust or morbid curiosity. That doesn't change the fact that it
was delicious.

>>202
Hmm... Northeastern University, right?

205 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:18:32
>>202
Ahh... So they are two different unis although they include Penn in their name.

明治 uni is a lot better than 桜美林 uni, so if you choose either of them,
I'd recommend the former. Both of them are private unis while 東北大学 is
a national university.

Japan is aging and population of 18 years olds are decreasing and
some of the private unis in Japan can't gather students and some went red and
some are eliminated. I'd say 桜美林 uni is that kind of uni while 明治 is
pretty well known uni nationwide and don't have to worry too much about the
decline of the number of students.

206 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:25:05
uni in イギリス人's post doesn't mean university, which maybe obvious but
it means "Sea urchin" ウニ in Japanese.

I was confused at a first glance.

207 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:38:39
Dont stop me now~
Im havin such a good time, Im havin a ball~
Dont stop me now~
If you wanna have a good time, just give me a call~

208 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:50:39
Japanese elite people are indoor type and don't have great build but
American elites have great build.

I think this is because America has a belief that men has to be
great build.

http://techcrunch.com/2010/11/03/facebook-brings-android-app-up-to-speed-with-places-groups-iphone-gets-an-upgrade-too/
He looks like an American football player.

Compare him with Mr. kasahara, Tokyo university graduate, which is equivalent of Harvard and the founder of
Mixi, Japan's No. social networking site.
http://japan.internet.com/busnews/20091029/3.html?rss

Do American people in this thread go to the gym or pump iron at home to build your
mustles to look good? Even Geek Mark has great build.

209 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:51:01
>>193
cool, my uni (Hamburg University of Technology in Germany) has a partnership with 東北大学 too,
as well as with the 大阪工業大学 if I remember correctly。 And I like cold weather, so
that's actually a plus in my eyes (not sure if I could take 大阪、 I hear it gets pretty hot there).
I'm about as poor as you can be in this country without being homeless though, so I don't think I
could financially afford studying there, unless I qualify for some sort of scholarship, if there even are any.

210 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:54:37
>>206 people who want to show off tend to use an abbreviation.

211 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 03:58:38
>>208
I'm not American (I'm English) but not everyone in America is built like that. It's quite the opposite.

212 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:01:18
東北大学 and 大阪工業大学 are at the complete opposite ends.
The former is an elite university and the latter is a DQN university.

The former is a national university and the latter is a private university
so tuition is far less expensive in the former.

I think in US and UK, private universities are considred to be better than
publick universities such as a state university. Ivy leagues and Stanford, Oxford,
Kenbridge are all private universities.

But in Japan, it's considered that national univerisities are considered to
be better than private universities. Except two private universities,
Waseda uni and Keio uni. These two are private universities but considered
to be very good.

明治 uni is second best groups of private universities.
It's in Tokyo so quite popular.

213 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:01:59
I used to work out but i wasnt buff, just fit, slim athletic build.
But who knows how long its been since i last pumped iron.
So i weigh less now since my muscle is kind of gone.

214 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:03:50
>>211
Oh yeah? Maybe I'm influenced by Hollywood movies and American dramas.
Actors in there are almost all great build.

215 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:05:10
>>211
Quite the opposite? What youre trying to say is americans are fat? Lololol

216 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:07:41
America is far beyond average about everything.

Fat people are extremely fat and macho men are extremely macho.

217 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:20:48
It seems like asian girls tend to like men who are skinny and girly. Or maybe just teenagers do.
So men with great builds will shy away asian girls? Correct me if i wrong.

218 :ふじ3くちびる:2010/11/04(木) 04:22:16
dude, its the doughnuts lmao.

219 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:37:41
it seems there is a sudden influx of foreigners

220 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:43:39
Because this is the place to have a ball.

221 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 04:47:48
you wanna play with my balls?

222 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 04:54:07
I agree completely with >216. Americans don't know how to limit
themselves, whether it's food, weightlifting, alcohol...

That's why diet plans, gym memberships, and cheap beer/Alcoholics Anonymous
are so popular here, even though those things rarely work, or they
go too far and people get anorexic, too muscular, or religious.
America is the land of false hope, if you ask me. Everyone is living
hoping that society will decide everything for them.

223 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:09:02
>>215
I'm not saying they're all fat. Infact, the UK and USA have similar percentage of obesity.

Americans just take everything to the extreme though.

224 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:15:44
   Good night delegates.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
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225 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:30:05
今日はちょっと出かけるかもしれないけど、
ゆっくり寝てね

226 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:34:48
>America is the land of false hope

I wouldn't go that far.

227 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:39:23
>>208
so people look at american as creepy

228 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 05:51:16
>>212
Heh, interesting. Maybe that's why my university ended their partnership with 大阪工業大学.
I just checked and they're not listed as partner university anymore, but they definitely were back
when I was in my first semester.
By the way, did you write all that from the top of your head? I barely know anything about what
kind of reputation German universities and research institutes have, apart from the ones in my city
and some very prolific ones like the Max Planck Society or the ones in Darmstadt.

229 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 05:54:45
"British sperm quality has been affected by obesity." -Wikipedia

Some pretty blunt information there.

230 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 06:15:05
Poor british sperm ;_;

231 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 06:20:25
>>229
Are they implying that obesity is hereditary?

232 :Eric:2010/11/04(木) 07:47:25
>222

I would say that this is an exactly correct description of most people in America.
I personally used to lift weights when I played Rugby but stopped when I started studying computers.

233 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 07:52:59
kiss my ass, motherfucka

234 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 08:21:05
>>232
Rugby? You're English?

235 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 08:40:04
i dont give a fuck, fucking faggy bastard

236 :ふじ3くちびる:2010/11/04(木) 08:42:55
>>233
why has this thread suddenly become a place to curse?

and btw, mi skool is filled with overweight ppl.
It's all the chinese take out, pizza, hot dogs, etc.

And ppl find out they r fat, after becomin lik 300lbs. so they cant exercise.

237 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 08:59:37
fuck u, motherfucking fag

238 :KG2ch:2010/11/04(木) 09:09:42
>>213 Fit, slim athletic build is the best. I guess it is easier
for Japanese men to keep slim, because of the low-fat,
low carbohydrate diet.

>>192 Have you brushed your teeth?

239 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 09:13:21
suck my stiff dick, asshole

240 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 10:05:59
>>228
>By the way, did you write all that from the top of your head?

Yes. People who took/take Japanese entrance exams know which uni is easy to
enter(=DQN uni) and which uni is hard to enter(Elite uni).

There's a virually ranking for Japanese universities with Tokyo university
at the top of the ranking, This ranking isn't official ranking, though.
It's made by major cram schools chains in Japan.

There are a couple of major cram school chains in Japan and they release their own
rankings. The order of universitiers in each rankings are very similar.

People who want to pass an university entrance uni has to decide which uni's
entrance exam they should take to pass it. That's when the rankings are needed. You can take an entrance
exam that matched your academic achievement.


241 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 10:27:42
>>238
Bad breath doesn't matter as long as we cherish each other, doesn't it?
Even if I hadn't brushed my teeth since the end of summer, our friendship/love
would make my breath smell like pepper mint.

242 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 11:39:42
A victory parade in Waseda was so noisy last night.
But I saw Saitou Yuuki and other members walking down the street.

243 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 12:11:41
>>241 awww how sweet~

244 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 12:41:17
>>242
Do you live near Waseda's campus? Or you are a Waseda student.
His official data shows he's 175cm but I think he's shorter than that.
What do you think?

245 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 12:42:58
u motherfucka, go to fucking hell !

246 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 12:49:40
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn-50dp4OVo

247 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 12:57:15
>>246
What's the point of signing the lyrics to a song that deaf people can't hear?

248 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 13:02:31
i dont give a fucking piece of shit, shut the fuck up and g2 hell motherfucka

249 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 14:05:26
Piss off you little bugga

250 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 14:39:10
>>248-249
Good day to you too!

251 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 14:48:34
Is it normal for men to like shoujo manga?

252 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 15:06:52
>>251
I used to read my sisters' shoujo manga when I was a kid but I haven't bought it myself.


253 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 15:10:21
>>251
Sometimes... as long as they're not completely obsessed with it it shouldn't be a problem.
Even if they are, why would that be a problem? I have a (male) friend who likes shoujo anime
and it's never been a problem for him.

254 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 15:11:08
   Good morning delegates.

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255 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 15:16:45
Good morning comrade

256 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 15:29:49
>254
Mornin', senator.

257 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 15:41:36
I can do 50 pushups at one time.

My personal record is 500 pushups a day.

I'm macho on Japanese standard. If I go to US, I'd be just an average guy.

258 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 15:58:29
Wow thats really good. You must be a macho man and all the girls swoon for you

259 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 16:03:21
Average? You think americans are that buff? I think youd be above avg, but im not sure

260 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 16:06:57
>>244
Yes, I live near the main campus.
He must be smaller but it's not so conspicuous, I think.

261 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 16:36:09
>>258
I can move my chest muscles. When I wear a T-shirt in summer girls eyes
are glued to my body. Some girls don't like muscles but some really love men's
muscle. In the latter's case, girls eyes on the street appeal to me "Hug me tight."

While their eyes appeal that, if I hugged them on the street, I'd be sent to jail.

>>259
Americans are really big.

262 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 16:45:08
I think you are exaggerating

263 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/04(木) 16:48:32
>>261
If by "big" you mean "obese", then yes.
Maybe I give America too little credit though. In most cities,
especially in the North, there aren't that many fat people. In my
university there are very few. But go out to the suburbs and the
rural areas and you'll find plenty of them.
Also, Disneyworld here is infamous for the huge numbers of fat people
that go to it. I find it ironic because many of them don't fit
on the rides.

Most of the really buff people are uni students or just out of uni (not 海栗).

264 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 16:54:52
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Finding deals near you is easy. On touch.facebook.com or the latest
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These deals come from merchants, not Facebook, so check with your
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------------------
In the third paragraph, there's this phrase, "when they're running,"
Does this mean opening hours of the shops or the time frame when they
provide the deals? Thank you!

265 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 17:00:34
>>262
Maybe I'm narcissistic.

>>263
>(not 海栗).
lol

>Most of the really buff people are uni students or just out of uni
I guess you're right.
Especially, I can't match College football players.

266 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 17:17:54
suck my dick , asshole cunt

267 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 17:20:15
>>260
I see. thanks.

268 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 17:44:03
The average American male can pull off over 9000 pushups at a time, so they can eat you for breakfast.

269 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 18:05:05
muscles doesnt matter. japanese soldier was stronger than american soldier.
because they used marshal arts.

270 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 19:10:14
>>269
I doubt there was a many times they were fighting hand-to-hand

271 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 19:31:23
Thousands of ninjas still do exist in Japan.
Some are training deep in the mountains, and others are pretending to be the ordinary in public.

272 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 19:41:02
Their work is to kill foreign spies under the veil of secrecy.

273 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 19:43:26
yeah. but i guess built american can not beat japanese faty police man.
because they use aikido.

274 :KG2ch:2010/11/04(木) 19:47:18
>>241 Don't rely on your imagined friendship/love.
Go brush your teeth until it is throughly clean. It is an order.

Why are men so hung up on the topic of muscles? A little natural muscle
is healthy but the muscle bound men look so unapproachable.

Women who like muscles subconciously want to use the man to scare off
others from the food resources. (a theory I just made up).


275 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 20:27:23
I want to be the viewtiful gay.

ok?

because...

I want to SEX with cute girl.


276 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 20:30:04
i dont give a fuck, demnass

277 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 21:03:10
ha?

shine

278 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 22:16:46
a-kora?

zisatusiro, kusogomini-to

279 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 22:20:55
If there's something strange in your neighborhood, Who ya gonna call?

280 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 22:21:45
call to hello-work, demn NEET

281 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 22:38:53
there is no job for uni students who will graduate uni this year in japan.
they will be all NEET. millions. hello-work can't hear you. looks like being dead.

282 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 22:41:55
oh yeah ? so u gonna hell, asshole lol

283 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 23:18:12
Homes have been lost, jobs shed, businesses shuttered.

284 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/04(木) 23:31:14
that's why u die in pain lol

285 :スパーキー4:2010/11/05(金) 00:02:12
>>275

crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!

UBER CRAZY!

286 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 00:45:47
luck my ass

287 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 00:57:42
>>275
A gay wants to have sex with girls?
I heard a homosexual woman, as well as a homosexual man, is rarely called a gay.
So you are a lesbian?

288 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 01:37:20
this is my world. so follow my rule.

289 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 01:53:10
what meaning is your saying 'this'?
where is your world?
what is your rule like?

290 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 02:08:52
hmmm, I thought "noko" is a Japanese girl who goes to high school but
it turned out she is native speaker who came from L.A.
somehow I feel she has a high school girl's atmoshpere.
whether she is high school girl or university student is mystery.

291 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 03:29:04
Video of Chinese attack at Senkaku islands. was revealed.

http://www.youtube.com/user/sengoku38


292 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 05:55:14
   Good night mistresses.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

293 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 06:41:12
熊本から出てきたカッペ女子新入社員が
焼肉の際焼けてきた肉を選別して了解を得ずに人の皿に入れる

本人はよかれと思ってニコニコしながらやってるんだけど
周囲はもうね・・・

取り皿に「ほら〜もう焼けてる〜」とかやられるの大嫌い


294 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 07:29:02
>>293
私はロリータのコンプレックスを持っている


295 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/05(金) 09:53:32
英語で雑談しませんか?

296 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 10:02:37
Don't respond to trolls.

297 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 10:03:46
Please answer to >>264 if possible.


298 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 10:11:04
おっとこれまたイケメン君だ!

これはいけるかも

299 :イギリス人:2010/11/05(金) 10:27:59
>>297
Pretty certain that "when they're running" refers to the timeframe in
which the deals are being offered.

300 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 10:32:00
i can see your fucking ugly face motherfucka lol

301 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 11:26:02
>>299
Thank you! I thought it means an opening hour of the shops. orz...

302 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 11:38:52
go to hell asshole fucking cunt

303 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 12:51:20
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7t1Z7CuFWxI

304 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 14:29:19
Dear Eric:
In Tohoku, winter comes soon. Take the best care of yourself.
Japanese or asian girls& ladies look very pretty and beautiful.
Most of them are good to you.
But I have to say, be careful against "Black-leather-gloved Hitwoman!"

They are very beautiful, very good at pretending to be nice one.
They are always searching victims with whom they will train "Killing-
Technique", such as Handsmothering to death...

Watch out!

305 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 14:29:45
you guys might find this amusing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4s1iQODC5OI

306 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 14:31:11
>>304
Oh no taihen!

307 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 14:39:28
My cell phone just got robbed on a train.
I'm soooooooooo angry!!!!!!

308 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 14:50:47
There are pick-pocketers in trains? I did not know that.

309 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 15:29:24
It wasn't a picking. That was... just stupid of me,to tell the truth.
I was sitting on the train and a girl asked me to lend her my phone.
I hasitated a litte, but tried to be nice then let her use it.
She was calling someone (was actually only pretending though),
but suddenly begun to get closer and closer to one of the doors. so I started to be skeptical
and said "Hey, what are you doing?" and at a moment I was about to grab her in the sholder,
the door opened and she stormed out of the car with my phone.
I run at my full speed and finally caught her, and wrestled for my phone,
but she punched me, threw me down on the platform graund, and run away.
A nice guy called up police and cops came, and one of the people who had been just watching
all the incident said the girl might have thrown it away from the platform
(the platform was elevated). So we looked for the phone and I found it, but
it was already completely broken. Now I've lost all the contact info.
And all over my body hurts.

310 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 15:33:53
>>309
You're a girl, right?
What was her intention?

311 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 15:52:47
Yes, I'm female. And I live overseas. So things are a bit different than Japnan.
I didn't know why she tried to steal either, because it was obvious that my iphone was old (3G).
So I thought it was already worthless,
but the cops later told me that those people sell iphone on line for at least $100.
The monthly charge of the carrier which carries iphone
is kind of expensive, so some people who cannot afford remodel the inside
and use it with another phone company.
Apple doesn't sell iphone without a contract with that specific company for $199,
they offer iphone for $499(maybe) without the contract.
So those people still value already-activated-iphones even if they were very old.

312 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 15:53:54
>>309
obviously you are not living in japan.

313 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 15:57:24
in japan. cell phone doesnt function without contract.
but in overseas. cell phone does funtion with small IC chip.
so its meaningless if someone try to steal cell phone in japan.

314 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 16:37:40
>>311
You must be talking about the notorious AT&T's exclusive contract with Apple.
In Japan, only Softbank provides iphone.

315 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 17:17:28
>>305
Excellent. And he does have some class.

316 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 17:21:33
>>314
I've heard that NTTdocomo or some other carriers will start to sell iphone, too.
I think some of the other companies here also will do the same thing.
I don't really care if those companies join in the iphone market, but no more robbery like this!!
I'm really, really hurt. When she put me down on the ground, I hit my right shoulder very hard.
Now I have big bruises on my knees, too. This was the first time ever I literaly faught
with a person. I had neveer slapped someone or been punched by someone in my life.

317 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 17:46:08
   Good morning mistresses.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

318 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 17:46:54
dont get the fuck up and keep going to hell motherfucking NEET

319 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 18:16:27
such a friendly greeting

320 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 18:38:36
japan is a crazy nation.
people are brainwashed that jobless people are jobless because of their own resposibility.
so 1 or 2 homelesses are killed by DQN per year.
and japanese homelsesses are very polite and kind and harmless.
i know this is quiet strenge society for Europe or USA.

321 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 18:40:19
>>316
My mom slapped my butt as a decipline often when I did something bad as a kid.
She slapped my face, too. I remeber she was furious and hysteric when slapping me.
I remembert I screamed "I'm sorry, I'm sorry" thousands times.
Sometimes looking back, I think that was almost the same as child abuse.
Deep down I might be scared of women because of those experiences as a kid.
That might be the reason why I havgen't gone out with a girl even though
I'm GORGEOUS.

I understand how you are emotionally and physically hurt faced with such
an unexpected thing. You have always sympathetic ears here...

You have two choices now, either you won't never lend your phone to a total
stranger or you start practicing Karate.

322 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/05(金) 21:22:40
lick my ass, please

323 :イギリス人:2010/11/06(土) 00:53:09
Fifth of November. Tonight we celebrate the attempted bombing of the
Houses of Parliament and attempted assassination of the king in 1604.
As always, there will be huge bonfires and many fireworks, all watched
by thousands of people wandering around muddy parks, fields and gardens.

324 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 01:28:31
>>323
lol what?

325 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 01:45:01
Eric has been already killed by a Black-leather-gloved hitwoman!?

326 :イギリス人:2010/11/06(土) 02:17:38
>>324
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Fawkes_Night

Sometimes children wheel an effigy of Guy Fawkes around in a wheelbarrow
and go from door to door asking for a "penny for the Guy". Not really
sure why.

327 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 02:35:27
what are you doing on sixth of nobember in england.

328 :イギリス人:2010/11/06(土) 02:54:49
>>327
Most local authorities arrange the celebrations on the Saturday nearest
to the fifth of November, so I'll probably be taking photographs at
the local park. But before the evening, it's just a normal day for
everyone.

329 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 04:35:47
>>321
I'll never, ever, lend my phone to any strangers from this time on.
I thought I was still too naive to survive in this individualistic land.
Afeter it happened, when I opened my apt's door, I got unbearably homesick.
I've never missed Japan more than last night in these years.
It's not the physical pain that I'm irritated by, but the mental dissapointment that
I feel the most distress at.
Japan is such a safe, clean and peaceful place to live in.
People are much more moralistic there. Some people think Japan is one of the most
conservative countries, and yes, it's true.
But I think what the most precious thing when it comes down to choose where you settle down
is that you can act as a mature, respected person in anywhere, any kind of situations
to feel always free and comfortqble.
Not that I'm saying the town I live in now is bad, though.

330 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 05:29:18
some people say that expression 'suit yourself' is only used for expressing negative feeling.
however it seems like that this expression is also used for favorable situations sometimes.
in that case, I suppose that depend on a situation or a way of saying.
are both of usage correct?

331 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 06:06:03
>329
In the future you might write an essay about your studying abroad experience.
The incident serves you a good story to tell to people who'd like to
study abroad in the future.

332 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 06:46:53
I just made a chat room for English.
This chat service is really fast and can display images.
No registration, no password.
No moderator (your post can't be deleted, so be carefull!)

http://www.cometeo.com/room/bxGfVFRy/

333 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 07:11:23
why don't you take part in IRC channel?

334 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 07:20:03
IRC shows your IP addresses.
Cometeo is anonymous just like 2ch!

335 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 07:23:39
I would rather show IP than using JavaScript.

336 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 07:33:52
Let's have some java tea.

337 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 08:19:56
   Good night bankrupts.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

338 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 08:32:32
good night teaologist

339 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/06(土) 09:34:15
Today is bad day to me... Because, in this morning(a short time ago),
I switched on my CD Compo to listen to the music, and then I wanted
to turn down the volume and pushed the button. A terrible thing came
down on me, the button was collapsed! What was a worse, my CD Com-
po won't work. I tried many many times, but it was in vain after all...Oh
my god...
I have to buy new one by my money from my ordinary poor acount...orz

Below the pictures shows the terrible incident.
http://imepita.jp/20101106/332620
http://imepita.jp/20101106/335760

Now, I'm looking for new one that fit for me on the internet.

340 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 09:41:51
>>339
Seems like you have bad luck. You lost your contact and now this. Good luck in getting a new one.

341 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 11:36:19
>>339
It is so much more shocking than the failure in Eiken pre-1 grade, isn't it?

342 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 11:55:04
"Communicating in 140-character segments may seem to contradict the goals
of generally long-winded academia, but a new study has found that the two are
less opposed than one might think. Students in the study who were asked to
contribute to class discussions and complete assignments using Twitter increased
their engagement over a semester more than twice as much as a control group."
--------------------------
Would you explain about "the goals of generally long-winded academia"?
What I don't understand is "long-winded academia" part.
Thanks a zillion!

343 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/06(土) 11:59:05
>>323
Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as
both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no
mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant,
anished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation,
tands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent
ermin vanguarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and
oracious violation of volition. The only verdict is vengeance; a
endetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of
uch shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous. Verily,
his vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add
hat it is my very good honour to meet you and you may call me V.

I memorised that entire thing.

344 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:08:07
>>343
What you wrote is difficult to read. I think you know a lot of English words, relatively
rarely used. How can I become good at English like you?


345 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/06(土) 12:08:57
>>342
"Long-winded" means verbose, or really long text or speech.
"Academia" is anything that has to do with school.
So, "long-winded academia" is like professors that lecture for hours
or papers that go on for pages and pages.

346 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:13:06
>>342
What kind of assignments to students do you think is possible, in Twitter, a site limits are set about the
number or words?


347 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:16:10
Do you mean that for students of native speakers?

If you are intending so, people discuss about efficiency to use 2 channel to improve
their ability to study subjects.

348 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/06(土) 12:19:50
>>343
I just noticed that in spacing it it cut off the first letters...

Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as
both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no
mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant,
vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation,
stands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent
vermin vanguarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and
voracious violation of volition. (he carves a "V" into a sign) The
only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain,
for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the
vigilant and the virtuous. (giggles) Verily, this vichyssoise of
verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it is my very
good honour to meet you and you may call me V.

>>344
Most native speakers do not know many of those words.

349 :イギリス人:2010/11/06(土) 12:24:55
>>343
Thank you! Was hoping someone would reference that.

Additionally, vichyssoise is a most delicious soup.

350 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:25:41
I am one who wrote >>344 .
Thank you for your reply.
By the way, why do you try to use such difficult words?

351 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/06(土) 12:26:36
>>350
It's from a film called V for Vendetta.

352 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/06(土) 12:27:38
>>341
Yeah, you're right. But, a short time ago, my father fixed my CD COMPO!
The fixing enables it to length the limitation of use. Thank you my father!

353 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:29:37
>>329
Yeah, looking always on the positive side of things makes you a happier person.
I usually tend to be negative, this is one of my bad habits.
I went to Apple store and bought a new iphone a bit while ago, and takled to a Japanese lady
who was working there about what happened to me in Japanese, so that I could relieve very much
of the stress I had. I've learned a lot of things from this happening, so now I'm ok.
Thank you so much for sharing my experience.

354 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:34:22
>>351
Thank you for telling me that.
I had watched that film of UK quite a long years before.
Anyway, thanks for your reply.


355 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:47:17
>>353
You are a kind of SAGE person?
So you always post with AGE here. I understand:)

356 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 12:49:54
>>348
You probably have a mask too don't you?

357 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:02:41
Four topics are going on simultaneously... Fabulous!

V for Vendetta, Broken stereo, broken iPhone and my question.

>>345
Thank you very much. Now I understand what it means.

>>346
You can read the whole article here at http://mashable.com/2010/11/04/twitter-student-engagement/

358 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:06:09
"Students in the study who were asked to contribute to class discussions and complete assignments using Twitter (Twitter) increased their engagement over a semester more than twice as much as a control group."

One more question about this article. What does "engagement" mean?
Is the way students actively participate in class or discussions?
The way students are eager to study hard? high motivation?

359 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:28:26
I smell sour. I didn't even recognized it before but now I know Futon I was in
smell sour. and When I'm typing like this, something sour smells.
Now I realize this is what's called "Oyaji-shu."

360 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:34:21
>>359
Meaning your body has full matured.

361 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:43:27
>>360
Yes, I've finally matured!
Oyaji-shu is an honor medal for being matured!
Hip hip huraayyy, Oyaji-shu. GO, Oyaji-shu!

362 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 13:46:47
Welcome to mandom.

363 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 14:35:59
What are SAGE and AGE???

364 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/06(土) 14:43:43
This is sage.
Notice my name is blue. Highlight it.

365 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 15:35:58
options that you can write in email(メール) box.
when write "sage" in it, thread will not change its position of the board list.
when otherwise, thread will become a top of the board list. its called "age".
in polite manner of 2ch, you should use "sage". otherwise, you will be DQN.

366 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 15:43:20
>>365
Thx for letting me know! I don't wanna be DQN.

367 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 15:43:40
>>364 >>365
I see!
I thought the box was to show my email address.
But what would happen if I change the states from age to sage??

368 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 15:49:51
Since this is a chat thread, however, there's no problem
if you want to bump the thread to notify people that you are in.
Also, this is a DQN thread where you can write whatever you want to,
so it doesn't really apply here.

369 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 15:56:24
DQN thread? Not at all. This is a thread for higher intellects.

370 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 16:07:56
Ususally, DQNs are too DQN to see what they are doing themselves,
and that's what makes them DQN; therefore they could provide unfailing amusement to other people.
I love DQNs.

371 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 16:41:33
Yeah, DQN is essence of 2ちゃんねる.
You can't appreciate 2ちゃん without them.
Many (Japanese)people strive to be one of attractive DQNs here.

372 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 16:43:41
DQN's theory makes them DQN

373 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 16:49:12
You are right.
But, most of DQNs are not DQN in real life.

374 :スパーキー4:2010/11/06(土) 17:46:01
I wear panties wwww

375 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 17:55:48
I swear punching your lower body.

376 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:03:04
I mean, punching your chin-chin.

377 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:05:39
piss off yourself

378 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:09:30
You pissed me off.

379 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:17:45
   Good morning bankrupts.

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380 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:26:54
Japanese government is going to bankrupt orz...

381 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:49:11
American government is already poor lolol

382 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:50:48
I hate anime otaku
They have no shame

383 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:53:58
atleast the USA has politicians who try to protect their shape of the country.
its misery since DPJ(anti-japan terrorist) taked over japan.
since LDP think about only own money.
since people are thinking the reason of recession is jobless people like NEET.
this country will be ruin without doubt.

384 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 18:58:02
"there is no job offer because jobless people do nothing"
do you know how stupid this idea is?
why people can't understand this extream simple wrong.
no job offer is a worker's responsibility.

385 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 19:03:40
“I think I'm a winner.”

386 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 19:32:47
English speaking Japanese will be winners.
Then many of Japanese living overseas decide to come back Japan.

387 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 22:21:25
What does this silence mean?
Oh, well.

388 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 22:27:06
All dead?

389 :Jack the Ripper:2010/11/06(土) 22:37:51
ask for trouble?

390 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 22:46:15
Does anyone know "The Anoying Orange"?

391 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 22:47:58
I mean "The Annoying Orange".

392 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/06(土) 23:12:02
in Tokyo, confomist sufaces occur to wild obsessives

393 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 00:44:35
>>390
I love that!
It's really annoying!!
I like the cucumber guy.

I also like the unicorn series. I forgot the title though.

394 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 01:16:01
>>367
If sage, then the thread stays the place where it is now on the list on the page
http://kamome.2ch.net/english/subback.html

If you don't type anything in Email field then post, which means age, then the thread
rise to the top of the list, which means the thread stands out.
(A thread is "age"ed when nothing is typed in the Email field or something
except "sage" is typed.)

There are variouis reasons to sage and age.
As I said, if "age"ed, the thread rises to the top, hence it stands out.
That's useful when the thread isn't lively and you want draw more people
to the thread to make it busy and induce lively discussion. The flip side
of the coin for that is that there're more possibilities that trolls would
come to the thread becasue it was "age"ed and draw more attentions.

When "sage"ed, its effect is just the opposite of when "age"ed. It stays the place as it is now.
Or rather, as the other threads are "age"ed, it's place in the list is relatively
go down, hence, it draws less attention and prevents trolls from
coming in. This is good when a thread already draws enough amount of posts regulary
and people there don't want to attract newcomers, trolls for that matter,
to the thread.

Regarding this thread, I'd say it doesn't matter if you age or sage.
I prefer "sage" this thread because I don't want to trolls come in, but
just my opinion and I don't mind anyone who "age" this thread.

395 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 01:37:10
This is a real time chat room for English!
Come and join us!

Chat in English
http://www.cometeo.com/room/bxGfVFRy/

396 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 01:38:07
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397 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 01:47:01
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398 :イギリス人:2010/11/07(日) 01:51:39
>>352
You really seem to have a larger than normal share of bad luck. Keep
living life and surely something positive must happen, sooner or later.

>>393
Not Charlie the Unicorn?

399 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/07(日) 03:39:34
>>393
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5im0Ssyyus

400 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 03:57:45
That video was terrible

401 :KG2ch:2010/11/07(日) 05:13:18
Doki66 is a genius.

402 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 05:45:03
ただいまー

403 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 06:13:26
English muthafucka! Do you speak it!?

404 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 06:24:44
Son weird Japanese mofo keeps tellin me "bastard" means people who have mixed blood,
such as mom being a Japanese and father being an American, even if they're married.
Isn't that messed up? Never heard of "bastard" being used like that.

405 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 06:48:16
I like musterd anyway

406 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 07:36:56
Still waiting for self-proclaimed English specialist who thinks "bastard"
means children who have parents of different nationalities.


407 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 07:38:38
>>398
Yes, Yes!!
Chaaarrrrliie, what are you doin, Chaaarrrliiee?
I like it!

408 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 07:39:06
who would ever think that you spread like mastard ??

409 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 07:42:40
actually, i dont give a pussy

410 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 08:16:39
i dont have any thoughts for white half or black half or asian half.
except crazy bastard korean half.
if papa or mama is korean, its bastard without doubt.

411 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 08:23:07
Wow, you are racist.

412 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 08:26:12
as a matter of fact. criminal's child would make a lot of problem.
I dont know the reason of it. family trade? education? culture?
I have no idea though. I know that its exist.

413 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 08:50:37
   Good night casualties.

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414 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 09:08:27
There is an expression like 濃い顔, Koi kao (thick face) in Japanese,
which means the face like westernized look. It is probably good
looking but not always so. THe opposite expression, 薄い顔 
usui kao is the flat face, which is more like Asian look, which is
not as craggy as western face but it doesn’t always mean ugly face.
But can you think of any good expression of these in English? Koi kao and usui kao?

415 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 09:30:47
I know no knowledge.

416 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 09:59:20
>>402
You've got a wrong home.

417 :イギリス人:2010/11/07(日) 10:07:14
>>406
That's not what 'bastard' generally means. A bastard is someone who
was born to unmarried parents. The term comes from old French,
'fils de bast', which translates to something like 'a packsaddle
son', or someone who was conceived on a makeshift bed.

However, the term is also sometimes used for a biological cross
between different species or groups, but not really used in the
case of humans.

A derogatory term for someone of mixed ethnicity is 'half-caste'.

418 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 10:15:16
Actually, my life is going SAGE & SAGE trend against my will.
Same as the whole Japan...

So I post with AGE here on purpose.
Do you think I am a troll?

419 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 11:16:28
A wise man do SAGE.
An old man do AGE.

420 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 11:23:13
The wise get wiser, the old get older.

421 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 11:43:35
But the wise also get older and sometimes turn into DQN as old
age comes.

422 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 13:49:06
>>419
How young(wise) are you?

423 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 13:55:14
As hage as a bald man.

424 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 14:09:49
>>417
Thanks a bunch, I was pretty sure that would be accurate,
but the racist Japanese git was making a huge fuss about how
I have no clue what I'm talking about, and that I probably can't
speak English, etc.

I asked the idiot to come here to talk with real English speakers,
but just as I thought I don't see him around...

425 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 14:53:53
No one cares.

426 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 15:11:50
gypsys are criminals. their child will good criminal. thats a fact.
Im not talking about skin color or blood. Im talking about a obviously situation that
entire group blongs to crime. which most koreans who lives in japan are.
I dont think its racism at all.

427 :self-proclaimed English specialist:2010/11/07(日) 15:13:42
>>424
hey im here.
look, actually i dont give a shit about what "bastard" means.
i just wanted to say to you "bastard".

428 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/07(日) 15:24:04
>427 IGIRISUJIN! A CHALLENGER APPEARS!

429 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 16:18:31
>>427
You're a real bastard you cocksucking son of a gun.
Nobody in their sane mind would use "bastard" in the context you described.
Go back to Nova or Geos or whatever smelly crotch of a school
you picked up your Engrish you micro-penis tit.

430 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 16:24:24
>>429
You speak good English. I'm impressed.

431 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 16:35:08
Good place to learn X-rate English.
Hmm...mandom.

432 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/07(日) 16:36:06
Hello everyone! I wanna tell you the truth about the news that appearing
of the movies related to the problem of Senkaku island on You Tube.
The contributor, sengoku38 is me. I wanted Japanese feeble government
to tackle the problem seriously. But, in reality, they didn't do. Instead of
that, they are looking for me as a criminal! I'm very sad...



Now, everyone, how do you think about this lie of mine for next April fool?
(My lie is that sengoku38 is me, but a part of the lie that I'm very sad to
the Japan feeble Government's countermeasure is truth.)

433 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 16:39:00
Fuck the Chinese

434 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 17:13:59
dosnt matter true or not. they ll find you at least. because of that post.

435 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 17:22:55
Japanese government will find this thread and your post and hunt you down.
Run to a different country while you have the chance. Maybe UK, USA, Canada, or Australia so you can improve your English.


436 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 17:25:23
Jackie Chan was singing happily in the Shanghai Expo theme song video.
Is he going to be fucked too?

437 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 17:28:16
Hope not. I like Jackie.

438 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 17:44:16
Jackie said "the dictatorship is needed for China. because Chinese are barbarians.
they cant control themselfs when they got free rights."
I agree with him.

439 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 18:02:25
Do you know that one Alpaka is a talk of Japanese Twittersphere?
He's a metro sexula Alpaka and resembles Japanese actor "Joe Odagiri."
The Alpaka has so cool and avant-garde hairstyle the he could even be
on the cover of a fashion magazine.

I almost laughed to death when I first saw the Alpaka's photo.

If you are not familiar with "Joe Odagiri" and the Alpaka, you can
check the photos of them here.
http://www.yukawanet.com/archives/3069420.html

For more of his/her(it could be she) photos, check here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/georgelowther/3987577919/in/photostream/

Actor "Joe Odagiri"
http://eiga.com/news/20090316/6/


440 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 18:40:27
>>439
What if Joe got mad at you? (for obstructing his business)
He is not a comedian, you know.
And this is a mammoth public site.

441 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 19:13:18
>>440
I think he understands humor.

442 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 19:22:11
I hope he won't become a laughingstock.
Can you still laugh?

443 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 19:54:57
laugh at 裸婦

444 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 19:56:13
He'll be mammoth happy.

445 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 20:08:04
Mammoths came to Japan from north.
Palaeoloxodon naumanni, from south.

446 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 20:27:09
>>444 is rari-P.

447 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 20:49:08
   Good morning casualties.

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448 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 21:41:51
what will china do now?

449 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 21:50:56
Disregard the footage...

450 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:17:17
Japan isnt peaceful place. Police dont do their job. crime doesnt become crime in the first place.


451 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:22:13
What are you talking about? Are you insane?

452 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:23:30
Police make murder to suicide or just accident. because they dont want to find a criminal.
its hard job for them. and basic job of police though. they dont care.
30,000 suicide. 100,000 unknown deathes. only tens murder.
this country is very mad place. if you realized that the meaning of this number, you might want to scream.

453 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:28:57
Show us the cross-national comparison. Otherwise you cannot convince us.

454 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:32:55
fuck chinese products and korean electronics

455 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 22:36:29
when Horiemon(I think he is con man) was arrested, his right hand commited suicide at the room of hotel.
at least police said so. by cutting his body a lot. everyone know its murder.
but police was stronger than public opinion. in another words. japan is one of the shape of dictatorship.

and recently. famous police journalist commited suicide. at least police said so.
he revealed many secrets of police to public.

456 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 23:03:36
i knowticed something. "japenis" is the favourite word of anti-japan chinese and koreans.
so boycott chinkorean erectronics. ok?

457 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/07(日) 23:13:02
uho

458 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 00:35:00
the last job that journalist treated to was a strange murder event.
how strange?
victim was a high school girl. police anounced a suspect to public.
but that suspect accused police man before that in blackmailing by police.
police says that there is no accusing to police because there is no accuser.
and that accuser became a murder suspect after that. and is chased by police.
suspect/accuser was just disapeared.

459 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 00:52:11
who would care such things?
no one beleive in police except for real moron
there is nothing justice

460 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 01:14:35
If I will be a policeman, I wanna say "You are busted!!"

461 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 03:46:43
"Freeze scumbag! Get down on the floor!"

462 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 04:59:52
Etto... preezu camu backku?? *gets shot*

463 :Jack the Ripper:2010/11/08(月) 05:00:05
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464 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 07:52:37
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6Gbr8URhBI&feature=related

I thought she's American. But seeing it again, I star to feel that she's British.
Do you think she's British?

465 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/08(月) 08:13:09
>>464
She's British, but it's a regional accent. I'm going to say Northern
England, but Igirisujin would know better.

466 :イギリス人:2010/11/08(月) 08:53:08
>>464
The accent's really hard to place... it sounds more colonial than
anything else, with tones of Irish. At times, she sounds like an
Irish person trying to emulate received pronunciation, and at other
times her accent takes on a quality similar to British raised in, say,
India.

467 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 09:50:49
>>464 >>465
Thanks! well so she is a resident in India? hum... she's an interesting person anywayz

468 :イギリス人:2010/11/08(月) 10:38:28
>>467
I wouldn't say she's actually from India, but perhaps one or both of
her parents were in the Foreign Service and posted somewhere overseas.
It's possible to pick up parts of both the local accent and whatever
accent may be dominant at school - which, in her case, would probably
have been a school run by the British Embassy. All speculation, though.
Could also be why she's involved in a parliamentary debate society.

469 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 11:10:05
   Good night witches.

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470 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/08(月) 11:29:10
we can only hope that one day お茶さん will finish his tea before falling asleep.

471 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 11:46:30
He doesn't want to pee his bed. Er futon.

472 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 12:46:33
>>468
wowwow! I am so much impressed by your analysis. I am a bit
close to the person who have grown up in the border, but your response
made me think you are truly the person who has grown up the border between various countries.

473 :472:2010/11/08(月) 13:03:40
I showed the same youtube to others. One guy said she might be Dutch but her English is
really good, therefore she might have lived in England for a while? maybe.

474 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/08(月) 15:35:21
When Japanese people say 神様, which god are they referring to?

475 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 17:02:30
Most of the time it referrs to Michael Jackson

476 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 17:18:01
Exactly.

477 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 17:24:18
>>474
Not a particular god. Of course, you can refer to any one of 八百万の神, millions of gods and goddesses.
It is because there is no absolute deity in Shintoism.
Interestingly, even demons and monster-sprits, such as Tengu, are regarded as equally divine and sacred.

478 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 17:39:57
Amaterasu is the most famous god in Japan because she represents the sun.
Her name is NOT related to an amateur.

479 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/08(月) 17:46:13
Which is more popular, Shintoism or Buddhism, in your opinions?
And what do you think of them?
I want to know how Japan's thought on religion compares to America's.

480 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 18:12:07
>>474
you can choise god who you like.
everything is god. fish. house, your pc. 2ch. me. can be god.
what you believe is important. and treat them nicely once you believed it.
there are a lot of shinto shrine in japan. each shrine have own unique god.
you can choise shrine where you like.

481 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 18:15:01
>>479
shinto is very open religion. like i said. you can choose god who you like.
including budhism gods. shinto is very basics of japanese.

482 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 18:20:14
No such thing as "which is popular."
Most Japanese follow both Shinto and Buddhism, with a dash of Confucianism
and some superficial Christianity thrown in there, and Daoist influences as well.
People don't see much of a need to stick to one religion like Americans do.

483 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 18:32:28
as >>482 says
Most Japanese don't differentiate Shintoism between Buddhism. of course we know the differences. (神仏習合 or 本地垂迹)
So it is difficult to know clearly which is more popular but personally I like Shinto better because it's peculiar to Japan.

484 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 18:34:34
Japanese naturally believe that every thing have soul and thoughts.
but nobody remember who taught it. shonto doesnt have document. but exist.
some Japanese feel sorry when their PC was broken.
some Japanese give a name to PC.
such thing is shinto.

485 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/08(月) 18:53:36
Extraordinary.
Christianity in contrast feels so constraining because... it is.
In Catholicism you have to do everything the church says to do, or else
you go to hell.
In Protestantism there is freedom to choose how you interpret the Bible
and worship God, but many people find this confusing, and some churches
are even stricter than Catholic ones.

That is why I am agnostic. But America's leaders have to be Christian
or else people will hate them. Sometimes we get people who are too
religious for their own good as our leaders.

Shintoism sounds really fun in comparison.

486 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/08(月) 19:00:06
>>435
Oh, are you kidding? If so, I'll apologize for them seriously...

By the way, I have a trouble. I'll tell you about it now.
In 23 Nov, national holiday, labor thanksgiving day in Japan,
I have to go to a reception party for newcomer including me
in my part-time workplace. And then the seniors whom I dis-
like in the point of their character may come to there.
So, what should I do in this party? All I have to do is talk some
thing with them at random? If not, I'll drink and eat some food
silently until the end of the party...

487 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 19:02:42
Confucianism is probably similar to what the Bible tells you to do, though it's not exactly a religion.
It's a set of stories with ethical guidelines and moralistic overtones.
Personally, I'm not intersted in Buddhism, especially as an organized religion, as so many monks are
just materialistic and wear a Rolex, drive a Mercedes, etc.

488 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 19:23:56
Which is more in Japan, shrines or temples?

489 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 19:29:00
temples like tenpura
shrines like syuran

490 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 19:35:11
i think shrine cant count. many house have own shrine in it.
many road have small shrine for fox god.

491 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 19:38:07
shrine can not be counted*

492 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 21:17:30
   Good morning witches.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

493 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 21:43:07
>>484
I give my penis a name. I didn't know that comes from Shinto.

The name of my penis is John, by the way.

494 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:16:47
>>493
so you should go there
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9KwHp7XQWw

495 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:19:03
or this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0B-xisssPY

496 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:24:14
why is christianity popular in korea?
korea is located between china and japan, and christianity is super tiny in china and japan.

497 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:28:22
>>496
their so called "christanity"is not REAL one.

498 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:30:02
then what is it? kimchee?

499 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:32:40
they worship white. because they worship japan.
because white defeated greatest country in east asia once.
they thrilled. and they thought that if they can become like white, they can beat japan someday.

500 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:40:08
korea imported budhism once. basicaly. in budhism. the killing is prohibited.
but korea was in the next of evil china. so king of korea changed it.
they accepted killing for protection. but it was annnoy to china.
finally. korea becamse slave of china. so china prohibited their budhism.
by order of korean king. since then. they destroyed anything of budhism in korea.
temple. book. statue. everything.

fanally. they got a hallucination for the day.
that "japan destroyed all budhism things of korea while they rule korea"


501 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:41:16
koreans are worshiping white people.
they want to be like white as much as possible.
so they converted to christianity.
they hyped by doing so.
by the way, christianity is now booming china as well.
Chinese also worshiping white people.

502 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:44:17
korea was a kingdom? i see it now, the connection between koreans and alfred the great. it all connected now

503 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:53:48
yes. korea was kingdom. and when japan rule their.
their royal family joined to japanese emperor.
but after war. they hate it. finally. they destroyed royal family.

504 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 22:57:40
i think still their royal family lives in japan. i mean their linage.
though they are not royal now

505 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 23:18:25
ok lets boycott samsung erectronics then. i can't believe some japanese actually buy samsung products.
you dont want a tv with "samsung" on it sit around in your room. do you?
LG's logo is pretty uncool too. that face logo.

506 :イギリス人:2010/11/08(月) 23:18:40
Evangelical Christianity is huge in Korea - the kind of Christianity my
former employers used to take part in. And part of the reason I left
that job. They were similar to cult members.

507 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/08(月) 23:32:53
Love your neighbor except for japanese.
this is korean self-proclaimed christianity.
nothing but a superstitious cult.

508 :オハイオ:2010/11/09(火) 00:45:29
Korea ended up being Christian largely because of efforts by
US missionaries in the mid 19th century. Before that efforts to
proselytize within Korea was basically forbidden.

However, even strict Christians in Korea today are also heavily influenced
with Confucianism. They take filial piety to the extreme.

509 :KG2ch:2010/11/09(火) 02:54:14
There seems to be a direct connection between faith and ignorance.
People with a higher level of education tend to ignore religion
because they don't need any fairy stories to understand how the
universe works.

http://www.worldmapper.org/display_religion.php?selected=582

510 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 03:16:25
so what you want to say is US and Isram countries are full of *****

511 :KG2ch:2010/11/09(火) 03:29:55
For Europe and America check out the belief maps

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_atheism

512 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 03:50:21
atheist just believe science as religion.
its same since science contains a lot of wrong
which producted by someone's political thoughts.

513 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 03:57:05
>>512
can you give an example?

514 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 03:58:56
>>509
so Japan there is larger than all of North America combined, hehe.

I think >511 would be something most Americans would strongly deny,
even though it's proven by science. >509 is probably the best
explanation of why that is.

515 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 04:00:47
for example. there are 2 big theory of human evolution.
1. all human races are descendant of Cro-Magnon man
2, several kinds of human races have evolved individually.
the point of this different 2 theory is
"Caucasian is a descendant of Neanderthal?"
Neanderthal is known as lower intelligent kind of human race.
both these 2 theory are not truth. these are result of the plitical thoughts.

516 :KG2ch:2010/11/09(火) 04:00:58
an atheist is a person who does not beileve in God.
You cannot "believe" in science, because it is not a religion.
It is basically a tool to think.
In science you make a hypothesis and use
universally robust methods to see if reality matches your assumptions.
You can prove or disprove theories and it goes on forever.
You can't do that with religions.
Religion is basically dogma you have to believe in.
There is no way you can run experiments in religion.

517 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 04:04:41
http://www.worldmapper.org/display.php?selected=164

It's interesting how this map is very similar to >509 except for the US.
Why is the US so successful? It's the only country that does not follow
the pattern.

518 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 04:11:34
>>516
but there is an idle time until prove or disprove.
scientist can wait it on purpose. they do it with their subconscious
as a result. pliticaly science is made.

519 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 04:16:30
>>516
Atheism is the belief in the nonexistance of a God.
Agnosticism is the lack of belief.
That is why I'm agnostic, because there is no way in science to prove
whether or not there is a God. But since God clearly does not affect
my life if he exists, I can live my life based on the ideals of the
atheist and it won't make a difference.
I have better things to do than worship a God who does nothing for me.

520 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 04:18:41
>>515
so what is the truth?

521 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 04:21:19
i just know its not truth. because both theory contain truth part and impossible part even for a untrained eye.

522 :イギリス人:2010/11/09(火) 04:23:21
My former employers believe that Neanderthals were the offspring of
some of God's early humans and the fallen angels. Of course, they also
believe that this all happened within the last six thousand years, too,
as that's how old the universe is.

523 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 04:32:18
"Neanderthal is lower intelligent"
even this part became wrong part recently.
scientist who researched Neanderthal borns said this in old time.
the fact is he fablicated many evidence for some reason.
this is science.

524 : [―{}@{}@{}-] オハイオ:2010/11/09(火) 04:36:24
Yeah, I read recent research on Neanderthal bones, DNA, etc which said they
had a larger brain and could have been more intelligent than the Cro-Magnons.

I once spoke with a local person who told me Asians evolved from orangutangs,
caucasians evolved from chimanzees, and africans evolved from gorillas.
I was like, wtf

525 :チェコ人:2010/11/09(火) 06:20:54
俺は外人だよ
あんたたちの英語はめっちゃいいっすよ!
神について。。。
how's religion in japan?

526 :KG2ch:2010/11/09(火) 06:50:23
There is something more ancient than religion: the art of deception.
Some primates realised that some members of their group were extremely gullible.
So they devised ways of cheating them out of food, territory etc.
The art of deception evolved to such proportions that some humans
can manipulate others through fabricated lies.
Politics and religion might have evolved as a result of that.
There are two parties: the clever one who manipulates, and the
masses who follow.
Science as you say is not free of politics either.

527 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 06:54:37
>>525
Myslím, ?e to bylo ur?eno v p?edchozím p?ísp?vku.
外国人として、お前の日本語は非公式です。
大阪に行ったことがありますか?

528 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 06:56:45
>527
* Myslim, ze to bylo urceno v predchozim prispevku.

2ch doesn't like my special characters.

529 :チェコ人:2010/11/09(火) 07:08:06
>>527

ありませんけど、一度大阪人に会ったことあるよ。:>

530 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 07:14:49
let us change thread name to
Chat in Japanese (日本語で雑談) Part 1

531 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 07:37:36
Kanji wa muzukashii

532 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 07:52:24
kanzi ha totemo muzukasii desu

533 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 07:54:39
sounandesukedo

534 :530:2010/11/09(火) 08:13:25
that was attempt at a sarcasm

535 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 08:33:39
your sarcasm is muzukashii

536 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 08:56:02
you are absolutely kuso gaijin lol

537 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 10:05:35
watashitachi no roumaji wa kana dewa arimasen yo.
kana o shiyou suru hitsuyou ga arimasu ne.

>532 hebon-shiki roumaji hyouki o shiyou shite kudasai.

538 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 10:11:29
let us change thread name to
Chat in Alphabet (アルファベットで雑談) Part 1

539 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 10:33:46
fack you

540 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 10:57:39
   Good night prostitutes.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

541 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 12:08:58
>>540
Good night pimp.

542 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 12:44:15
F**K you weeaboo

543 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 13:16:49
shut the fuck up, motherfucking fag

544 :オハイオ:2010/11/09(火) 13:47:03
go fuck yourself you cocksucking son of a toothless methwhore

545 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 14:42:44
ohio-san, no cheating.

546 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/09(火) 15:11:38
hey japanese people!
question: when would someone be addressed as 『X−ちん』?

547 :オハイオ:2010/11/09(火) 15:22:46
Only used by folks who were born without a brain

548 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 17:26:37
Depends but a nickname with that would make it sound more intimate and personal.
It is a somewhat cuter variant of the generic ending ちゃん.

549 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 17:28:57
Steven Glenn Martin(マーチン)

550 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 19:36:56
>>546
when someone is in charge of russia

551 :リボルバー・オセロット:2010/11/09(火) 21:01:09
Your English good really
allthogh Japs
"weeaboo" is term interesting, what?

552 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 22:01:38
   Good morning prostitutes.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

553 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 22:33:58
i gotta good dick girl u didnt know

554 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 23:10:30
To chat with foreigners in the game
http://www.realmofthemadgod.com/

555 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/09(火) 23:13:10
>>552

now a night. can you sleep whit me?

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)


556 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 00:58:01
Good night, my fellow citizens.

557 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 07:39:57
あげ

558 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 07:53:46
that is strange english

559 :Shion:2010/11/10(水) 08:22:20
I am awake and at work. But this is boring, english chat much important.

560 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 10:38:54
"Yukorin" is going to get married soon.
http://www.oricon.co.jp/news/entertainment/81906/full/

I guess "Yukorin enthusiasts" in >>1 are crying and crying.
For Igirisu-jin, this also is a shocking news followed by Hirosue's marriage the other day.
I think he needs to take one week vacation on tropical island to heal his broken
heart.

Her future husband is 40 years old (Yukorin 27 years old) and
he is a famous hairmake artist. (Never heard of him myself.)
http://beauty.hotpepper.jp/slnH000095055/stylist/T000020548/

Maybe it's better than a "Candle artist?"

Asian people look young and on western standards. "Yukorin" looks like a
teenager, I guess. People in show business tend to look young but Yukorin
especially look younger than her age.
The hairartist looks young, too.

561 :オハイオ:2010/11/10(水) 10:56:36
You can tell an asian girl's age by looking at their ぼぼ

562 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 11:18:54
>>561
what is that?
you mean Bobo Brazil?

563 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 11:40:33
Bobolink

564 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 11:46:25
ぼぼ bobo (n): baby; doll; pussy(cat); slang for cunt

565 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 11:55:28
   Good night stags.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

566 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 12:00:30
>>564
>slang for cunt

Yeah, if my memory serves right, it's a Kyushu region dialect.

There's a funny story about it. As >>562 mentioned, there used to be
a black pro wrestler, "Bobo Brazil." http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3xru3_big-john-studd-vs-bobo-brazil_sport

He came to Japan, which is common for pro wrestling world, and fought with a Japanese wrestler and it was broadcast nationwide.
In the match he bled badly. The announcer on TV shouted, being excited, "Bobo is bleeding! Bobo is bleeding!"
a number of times during the match.

While people all over Japan were enjoying the match on TV, people in Kyushu region blushed everytime he screamed,
imagining pussy is bleeding because of period...

567 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 12:01:33
That is a great story lol.

568 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 12:04:53
In kansai region, pussy is called オメコ.
There's an artist called "Stacie Orrico."

If you write ステーシー・オリコ as it is, you don't feel anything.
FUnny thing is that if you write like this, ステーシーオ◯コ, all of the sudden it looks
vulgar, becasue your brain automatically, insert メin ◯.

569 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 12:22:45
you can always trust 名無しさん for the funniest stories of Japan.

570 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 12:28:56
All things considered, Osaka and its surrounding cities are indeed the pubic area of Japan which should be waxed or shaved at all costs.

571 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 12:39:31
I have some things I'd like to ask you guys.

Is there anybody from abroad on this thread?

And one more.
I'm looking for a English discussion board outside Japan,
which I can talk about various issues (mainly political) with other people.
Do you know any?

Thanks.



572 :オハイオ:2010/11/10(水) 12:43:25
I've met people with the last name "Manco" in the USA


573 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 12:54:30
>>571
I am American, Igirisujin is (surprisingly) British, and I've seen
others from the US and one person from Chile and KG2ch who I don't
know where she's from.

English discussion board... you can try 4chan but there are some
really bad areas there.
Try searching Google for a forum about what you want to talk about.
There are a million.

574 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 13:00:00
You are from Ohio state?

575 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 13:03:21
>>571
Try "Digg" or "Reddit" maybe?

>>573
She said she's from Venus. Her skin is Asid rain protective.

576 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 13:11:21
>>573
Thanks. I've heard of 4chan before. I'm sure it has 'bad' areas just like 2ch here.
Where are you now? I mean, are you writing what you are writing in Japan?

>>575
Thanks. I'll have a look at them.



577 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 14:16:37
An artist asked the gallery owner if there had been any interest in his
paintings on display at that time. "I have good news and bad news,"
the owner replied. "The good news is that a gentleman enquired about
your work and wondered if it would appreciate in value after your death.
When I told him it would, he bought all 15 of your paintings."
"That's wonderful," the artist exclaimed. "What's the bad news?"
"The customer was your doctor..."


578 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 15:08:32
>>576
No, I am in America.

>>573
>She said she's from Venus. Her skin is Asid rain protective.

Ah of course, I had forgotten.

579 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 18:31:41
its cool today. i can die with it.
news said this winter gonna be greatest cool in this 1000 years.

580 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/10(水) 18:43:42
How much does 鮭握りずし cost in Japan? It's my favourite.
And I may be going to Sapporo this summer so what should I eat?

581 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 19:04:20
Sapporo ichiban shio ramen.

582 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 20:30:04
http://cilindro1.cocolog-nifty.com/photos/uncategorized/2009/08/31/kani1.jpg

in Summer. you can eat this very expencive crab in cheaper.


583 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 20:57:41
kani kani crab

584 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 21:28:39
i heard obaam's party was defeated or something
if or when obaam is gone, who will be the new president?

585 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 21:39:02
me

586 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 21:40:34
no,me

587 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 21:49:40
I'm not keen to U.S. politics; but I'm sure someone from the Republican Party
will take over if Obama is defeated.

588 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 21:52:00
i'm talking a bout obaam, not obama

589 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 23:22:42
Hey native guys.I gave a question.

I'm not good at using connction-word, on,about,at,etc.

For example,I always say "about" next to verv.(talk about,discuss about,etc)

As for me, not to try to make little miss is less important than to make one understood what I'm saying.

But,in Japan English Education, it is regarded as critical mistake.(In fact, if u say "discuss about",u'll be loughed loudly.

Do u native speakers feel same as Japanese?

590 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/10(水) 23:44:47
   Good morning stags.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

591 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 01:13:42
Good night, my fathers-in-law.

592 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/11(木) 04:29:06
>>589
That is called "word collocation". Ex. you can say "talk about" but not
"discuss about". There is not really a reason for that, you just
learn it over time.
If you say "discuss about", we will know what you're saying. If we hear
that you have an accent we will usually ignore errors like that when
listening to you.

>>581-583
Thank you, I will try those.
Also, if I go to Japan I get a JR pass for a day to go anywhere I want.
Where should I go and why?

593 :ソリッド・スネーク:2010/11/11(木) 04:39:24
>>589
it's ok, we got used to it.
the japanese make these mistakes all the time

594 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 05:48:34
what is called Japanglish

595 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 06:17:13
>>592
If you want to set your travel base in Hokkaido, I suppose it's difficult to go to outside of Hokkaido.
The point is what you want to do and to see. Needless to say, where you want to go to.

for example, if you stay at Kyoto or Osaka, you can visit Tokyo, Hiroshima by using Shinkansen as a day's trip.


596 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/11(木) 06:30:43
>>595
I'll be in Tokyo while I have the JR pass. I'll already be going to
Kyoto and Sapporo, and I think Nara, so something aside from those.

>>594
Engrish, because Japanese people pronounce "l" like "r".

597 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 07:49:43
>>596
you want this? ttp://www.syaki2.co.jp/img/torosa-mon.jpg
the price is depend on the place you get it.

in the case of buying it at grocery store, we can get it for about 400 yen.
there may be 5 piece of sushi in a pack.
however it tend to low quality unless the grocery store has good reputation for quality of fish.
so it's not recommendable to people who is not familiar with reputation although you can get
good one for cheap price.
in view of this fact, we can't recommend you to go to "回転すし". they provide really terrible one in quality.
sometimes the quality of "回転すし" is far more terrible than grocery store's.
fortunately, the price of salmon sushi is not so expensive. so you can get it at authentic sushi shop
for reasonable price.
(notice : it's only my opinion and they say some authentic sushi shops don't have salmon in their menu.)
therefore it's worth considering visiting those authentic shop if you can get a person such as tour guide or
someone fluent in Japanese.





598 :イギリス人:2010/11/11(木) 09:16:20
>>560
A hair artist? A candle artist? Wonder what'll come next... a spoon artist?
An uni artist?? Anyway, I had no idea Yukorin was 27 already. Of course, I
suppose most of her photos are very airbrushed, which is why the photo on
the article makes her look her age. Not that I've seen many photos of her.

Now I have to work out what to do on Monday. About a month ago, some Russian
girl started talking to me, and now she wants to go out for a meal on Monday.
However, we've never actually met, even though she lives locally. This situation
feels pretty strange...

599 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 09:41:10
>>598
You mean you got acquainted with her on Internet at first?
and still don't know her voice and appearance.

I hope she is not crossdressed Sparky 4. lol

600 :イギリス人:2010/11/11(木) 10:05:36
>>599
Last time Sparky posted his photo here, it was possible to go into the
directory view and see all the other photos. That was a scary night.

But yes, she somehow found me on the internet. Know what she looks like,
but no idea how she sounds. It's also a bit awkward because she now has
the same teachers as I did about nine years ago.

601 :オハイオ:2010/11/11(木) 12:27:47
Sounds scary

602 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/11(木) 12:29:35
>>600
Igirisu's goin' for the young ones! Have at it!
Tell her I said
Позаботьтесь о Игирисужин, он дикий.

603 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 14:16:52
nanashi: the all language learner.

604 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 14:30:41
   Good night newlyweds.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

605 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 14:56:46
Good night anata~♥

606 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 15:10:20
I think he puts teacup too close to his futon.
he will tumble it someday, just like me.

607 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/11(木) 15:16:05
Maybe his doctor told him to pee in a cup every night.
I would be careful drinking his "tea".

608 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 15:29:23
The sun broke through the clouds.

609 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 15:48:25
I am happy for you.

610 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 16:22:54
Suck ya mother dick!

611 :ヒーロさん:2010/11/11(木) 16:35:23
You are all so rude.

612 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 16:59:03
>>602
Online dating service: hentai predators + pedo bait = internet sport

613 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/11(木) 17:38:37
>>612
http://www.myconfinedspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/pedobear-works-done.jpg

614 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 19:22:42
An American English teacher was arrested because of child porn.
he managed English school for child since 20 years ago.
he took naked picture and videos of child students for tens of years.
which means many victims.
media concealed his name and school location because victims are little children.


615 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 20:47:36
"Prior to the invention of the postage stamp, mail was sent to be paid on delivery. Recipients were at liberty to reject mail, and cunning writers were able to communicate simple messages just from the layout of the address."

What does the "layout of the address" exactly mean? Thanks!

616 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 20:54:44
>>600
It's either Russia is drawn to you or you draw Russia from the fact that
you get aquanted with Russian again followed by the woman in the train.
While you are with her, you can ask us for your next move.
That would be "Train man part2" directed by Takeshi Kitano.

Hope you didn't met her in omegle. ;)

617 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 21:35:48
what is cunning writer?

618 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 23:42:36
オモスレー

619 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/11(木) 23:44:24
its fucking weard

620 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 01:21:46
why don't we chat

621 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 01:23:03
cuz of u fucking cunt

622 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 01:27:37
   Good morning newlyweds.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

623 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 01:33:05
dont getup fucking NEET

624 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 03:04:58
I know that deep down inside, Japanese want to be a foreigner.

625 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 03:08:40
we can be a foreigner easily by going to outside of japan

626 :KG2ch:2010/11/12(金) 04:06:27
>>624 To be a foreigner, you need to be foreign to yourself.

That is kind of hard.

Igirisujin-san you have to be very aware of people you meet via the internet.
They may not be what you think they are. Be careful please.


627 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 04:21:05
it seems you want to say what kind of people you are in here is different from that in real life

628 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 04:53:45
I can't stop gas leaking from my ass.

629 :イギリス人:2010/11/12(金) 05:33:16
>>626
Hopefully I won't take a sip of a drink, then wake up several hours
later with a kidney missing.

>>616
We'll see how it goes... just got an email from the train girl last night,
telling me all about her life and where she and her husband are planning
to travel to.

This one wasn't from Omegle... she's from VKontakte. Facebook hasn't really
taken off in Russia, so their biggest social network is ВКонтакте.

>>615
The layout of the address would just be the format in which the address
is written, such as

Mr D Cameron,
10 Downing Street,
Westminster,
London,
SW1A 2AA

...however, that address isn't cleverly laid out.

>>617
A cunning writer is someone able to write things cleverly. In that context,
to be able to arrange things to, perhaps, make a code or hide a message.

630 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 07:09:24
http://www.smh.com.au/world/uk-pm-cameron-snubs-china-over-poppies-20101110-17mqn.html

China's next target of burrying

631 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 08:08:35
I really wanna make love with very good looking boys
becaouse I'm gay

632 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 08:18:54
>>629
Thank you for your answer regarding the "layout" of the address.
That makes sense.

633 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 09:21:23
I heard in some regions, Facebook isn't No.1.
I didn't know Russia is one of them.

Japan---Mixi
South East Asia----Friendstar? or Hi5 or something like that.
Brasil---Orkut
Also in China and south Korea, FB isn't No.1

How to catch trends and Internet culture and cater to tastes of locals in each country is the key to
localize.

634 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 10:23:59
Is there anybody who knows a good web or a game related to English to spend a pastime?
I'm bored these days.



635 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/12(金) 10:29:40
a game related to english? like a video game that's in english?
almost every video game is in english.

636 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 10:39:58
Umm, in that case, what video game do you recommend?

637 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 11:08:46
I guess he's talking about things he can do on the web.

638 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 11:23:29
http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/40-people-who-changed-the-internet/

I thought 4chan is underground and not many people except American Otaku know
about but one of the 40 influential website?
It's actually a mainstream it seems.

639 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 11:56:58
4ch is almost deserted. there are few people.
It's difficult to have a conversation due to their activity.


640 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 12:33:19
lolol not 4ch. 4chan. 4chan is very active. 4ch is very inactive.
Just like how the 2chan image board is more active than 2ch the bbs text board.

641 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 12:45:42
Ahh, I mistook 4chan for 4ch. I have never been 4chan.
Now that I heard your comment, I think it's worth visiting.

In this week, I attempted to find a free online mahjong site in oversea
but I couldn't find it at all.
All of the sites I found are not authentic mahjong but some kind of
matching game like "Shanghai".

This brought home to me how unpopular mahjong is in foreign countries.

642 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 13:32:01
people in /jp/ on 4chan like to play mahjong on tenhou.net. It's fun, but I don't know how to play very well.

643 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 15:13:54
>>642
Yea, there are many online mahjong sites in Japan.
However I want to play it in English.
Therefore there are two options. Play in English at Japanese site or play at oversea site.
It seems not so easy as I thought. In former case, we need private room at least to play
with someone who understand play it in English.

In any case, I don't want to pay any kind of fee except for cost of package software.
If there were some good online game for free, that could rescue me from boredom.

644 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/12(金) 15:19:39
>>641,643
I have never been able to find authentic mahjongg on any English website.
Mahjongg Solitaire (Shanghai) is fairly popular here but it is an American invention.
I want to play Mahjongg against a computer.

Hey so does anybody have any more recommendations of where to go with my JR pass?

645 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 15:44:07
>>644
There are many Mahjong video games in Japan that you can play against a computer.
I don't know whether there is a game which can play in English.

However there are many Hentai Mahjong games which you will be interested in.
So I suppose you can enjoy it even though the game is in Japanese.

646 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 15:59:16
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Every time I see this AA, I cannot help but laugh. www


647 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 16:06:13
lolol thats a good one

648 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 16:31:48
   Good night fences.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

649 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/12(金) 16:32:24
http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mudazumo_naki_kaikaku/v04/c027/1.html

For those of you who like English and Mahjong, this is a great manga
that's in English about Mahjong.
Also it is very funny.
The web site has through chapter 31.

>>648
That didn't even make sense!

650 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 18:47:24
is mahjong famous in west?

651 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 18:52:21
>>638
4chan.net is very influential in western internet culture. Lots of overused phrases
and images have originated there. It is fairly popular,
but many other sites have disdain for 4chan because of some offensive and
often obnoxious content. It is both underground and popular, if that makes sense.

>>641
Whenever I mention mahjong to my friends here in the USA, they think I'm talking
about that matching 'shanghai' game. It was widely distributed on PCs in the 90's, so
it is the only experience most people have with "mahjong", if any.

I'm interested in mahjong, but it seems like there are a lot of hand combinations
to memorize and I feel like I'll just be messing up someone's game if I jump
in on tenhou.net without knowing. Maybe I should stick to poker.

652 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 18:53:59



653 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 18:56:18
NYC DownTown is underground but famous. it does make sense.

654 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/12(金) 19:55:36
>>651
Tenhou allows you to play against computers for free. In fact I don't
think you can play against real people without paying.

Anyway here are most of the important memes from 4chan:
http://images.encyclopediadramatica.com/images/4/41/Meme_Wallpaper.jpg
If you recognise any of those, you spend too much time on the internet.

655 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 22:59:57
>>651
Thanks for the info. Listening to the info from western people from is
convincing.
>>654
Ah, Rick roll is there. I first heard of it and was "rick rolled" actually
here in this thread.

Weaboo is what I first heard here, too, among Desu and MOAR.

656 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/12(金) 23:27:42
If you want to try real time chat:

Chat in English
http://www.cometeo.com/room/bxGfVFRy/

The room needs party.

657 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 02:33:49
   Good morning fences.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

658 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 03:01:31
good morning :>

659 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 03:16:53
>>656
Advertisement activity in 2ch is prohibited.
If someone reports this, you will be probably banned by administrator.
So I don't recommend you to advertise it often.
I assume someone interested in the chat already went to there.

>>651
Don't worry. As you mentioned there are many combinations of tile.
However basic combinations of tile are not so many.
Thus if you could remember those a few combinations and declare "リーチ",
you can win on the round at least. Playing against a computer is good thing to
get used to playing mahjong but playing against people is better.
Personally, I don't care playing with newbee like you. What is more, in writing English,
you are definitely better than me. I don't even have capability to manage to real time chat. lol

>>654
Why don't you join our mahjong party?
However I can't have real time chat due to my poor English ability, so it will be nothing
different from playing with computers. lol


660 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/13(土) 07:42:15
>>659
If your english is half as good real-time as it is there, I could understand you fine.
僕の日本語はだめです。

You have a mahjong party? Is it in Tenhou? Can I sign up without paying money?
I should learn the rules better first. I played against the computers
but they never called richi or ron so I don't think they were really playing.

661 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/13(土) 09:01:10
Long time no see, everyone.
I decided to apply for the lessons of ECC, one of Japanese
popular and famous English schools to pass the next test of
pre1 grade EIKEN.
In the time, I may be able to pass it...

662 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/13(土) 09:15:57
>>661
Would it help if I/we corrected your posts? Or would that be obnoxious?

663 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/13(土) 09:25:27
>>662
No, no. I'm deeply grateful to you for your kindness.

664 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 09:35:49
Good afternoon bitches and hoes, im bored as fuck..

665 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 09:42:29
My foolishness is hopeless no matter how great English teacher was.

I came to a distant country just for sightseeing.
People were kind, crimate was confortable, everything was nice.
But I'm not good at thier language.
It seemed I failed to understand them. I hate my foolishness.
I hope I have not said something wrong.
But if any, I'm sure they don't have to forgive me, never.

666 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 09:51:21
You could have insulted a foreign prostitute in front of her by your self.
It must have been a lot of fun for you.
How regrettable.

667 :KG2ch:2010/11/13(土) 10:12:05
Aha,,,667... even better than the Devil.....

Nihon-jin san never say anything negative about your language learning.
Because it is negative conditioning which would effect your learning.
Instead, please say you learnt something new everyday about that language.
That positive attitude is very important.

668 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 10:35:09
I saw tourism advertisement in 2ch and came to foreign country then passport controls asked me what for I came to this city I said for sightseeing but they never believed it. Something was wrong.
At least I should not have been more positive.

669 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 15:21:42
>>660
Ahh!! Have you already played at Tenho.net?
According to the explanation on website the reason why computers say nothing is
that they pick up their tile and then just throw away picked tile. lol
Therefore playing on some video games is much better than playing with computers at tenho.net.

I'm not sure where we should take place majong party.
I have just heard about tenho.net.
I don't know even whether we can get together at a same room.

They say there are two types of membership.
The one is premium membership requiring some fee, the other is free membership.
So we can play it for free even though there are some restrictions.
It seems that the restrictions are not big problem to us.
To play for free, we need Adobe Flash Player. They also said it's necessary to open TCP port 843.


670 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 15:57:10
I googled to find some useful websites for people like you who want to practice privately.
Guess what?

I found flash base mahjong that computers don't throw away their picked tile
over and over again. lol
There is no voice such as "Ron!" but it's still enjoyable.
I suppose this has enough quality for your practice.

ttp://www.gamedesign.jp/flash/mahjong/mahjong.html

671 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 16:12:49
I was arrested at the airport by the immigration service for being suspicious.
By now everyone there was agreed that I was just fooled and decided to set me free.
So the matter was settled all peasefully.
Now I just have to go back home as soon as possible.
I really can never shame myself enough.

672 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 16:15:34
peacefully, in case it should bother you.

673 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 16:27:20
I have to add that I couldn't understand most of their language.
If there weren't for an interpreter, I can't imagene how terrible it could have been.

674 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/13(土) 16:30:31
>>671
What country was this?
It is strange to be arrested for sightseeing. It doesn't matter how well
you speak the language.

>>669
Where do I sign up for free membership? My Japanese isn't good enough
to figure it out.

675 :nihon-jin:2010/11/13(土) 17:34:23
It's real story.
At the airport I was send to an invetsigation room and had some. But they just did what they had to do.
And about the interpreter and others, they knew I'm fool enough misunderstanding anonymous posts.
I was trying to blame anonymous posts in 2ch for those my troubles.
Please don't trouble yourself about this stupidity.
Thank you nanashi-san.

676 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 17:46:07
>>674
I mean Tenho.net.

Of course, >>670 is also free.


677 :651:2010/11/13(土) 18:01:17
>>670
Oh, thanks! This will be good for learning how to play.
I'd like to join your mahjong party once I learn.

>>674
There are a couple english sites that talk about using the
tenhou interface:
http://www.osamuko.com/complete-beginners-guide-to-online-mahjong-%E2%80%93-part-1-5-%E2%80%93-playing-on-tenhou/
http://arcturus.su/tenhou/
It looks like you can just type in a name, don't need to register unless you
want the pay service.

678 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 18:06:20
Oops, I realized it's not tenho but tenhou.


679 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/13(土) 18:40:53
Ok I was trying to play the download version.
I see. Well I can play the browser version now. My alias is nanashi7. But I don't
know how to play against others.

Still I look forward to us having a match. I should learn the rules...

680 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 19:21:18
According the official website, when we play with people in this thread privately,
we need to create private room at first by using official site's tools.
When we play 4nin uti mahjong, we need 4 people in the room at least.
In the case of playing sanma mahjong, we need 3 people in the room at least.
In any case, we need 3 people at least to play mahjong together privately.

If you would like to take part in public games, I suppose, first, click "一般" tab on upside of windows,
then click "予約" button and just wait until the game starts.
However this is just my imagination.


681 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/13(土) 19:42:14
   Good night bookkeepers.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

682 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/13(土) 19:52:37
>>681
Good night archivist.

683 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 00:17:49
   ؟ظطىرللهِـيىظهذ

Did you know that Arabian letters are read from right to left?

684 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 02:58:25
yes i did

685 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 05:25:01
   Good morning bookkeepers.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

686 :KG2ch:2010/11/14(日) 06:44:24
This cat gives a feeling of agoraphobia.
Why don't you let it go outside and have fun for a while?

687 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 07:14:46
http://ponpare.jp/uw/uwp1101/uwt1101init.do?code=P246&areaId=8

Haagen daz 100 yen if you live in Japan.

688 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/14(日) 08:48:28
>>683
Did you know that Mongolian is written from top to bottom only?

Also I don't think your Arabic made sense.

689 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 09:17:12
 
Shinginko Tokyo Bank was Money Laundering

http://book.geocities.jp/japans_conspiracy/01/p008.html

Japanese Media only make a lot of noise and nobody knows how it went.


690 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 09:34:10
>>689
That bank had already been rebuilt from its bad condition.
Actually, its newest news is that of having attained surplus for the first time in its
income.


691 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 09:41:55
>>688
No, never heard of it.
What's their website like?

I don't know what the Arabic means at all either.
I just copy and paste from somewhere in another thread in English board.
To be exact, it was a part of what I see there.
The whole part was with a Japanese sentense that reads, "Fools can't copy and
paste it" or something like that.

This is a trick to aim for people trying copy and paste it. People can't hold their curiusity
and want to see if they can successfully copy and paste it somewhere to see if they are fools or not.
That way, it spreads rapidly virally in lots of threads in many boards even if it means nothing or it doesn't make sense.
It's another nonsense or joke in 2chan.

692 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 09:44:08
The Minister of the Home Affairs received a phone call from a national
newspaper one December asking what he wanted for Christmas. The
minister was very flattered, but replied, “Nothing really, but if you insist,
a bottle of single-malt whisky and a box of cigars would be nice.” On
Christmas Eve, the newspaper arrived on his doorstep with a front-page
feature on what British politicians would like for Christmas. The headline
read: “The Prime Minister wants world peace, the leader of the opposition
calls on Western countries to provide financial aid to famine-stricken
countries in the Third World, and the Minister of Home Affairs wants a
bottle of whisky and a box of cigars.”

693 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 10:36:41
>>692
That's a long-ass headline.

694 :nihon-jin:2010/11/14(日) 11:52:56
When a poor wants one day meat.

695 :オハイオ:2010/11/14(日) 13:07:39
Wtf I dun underst& whut >>694 sez

696 :nihon-jin:2010/11/14(日) 13:50:49
Please don't worry, it is not at all important.

697 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 13:54:10

    >>686 Even if you said such a thing, I'm a dog.
              ____
       ∧__∧   /__ o、 |、
     (´・ω・ )   | ・ \ノ
     (  o旦o    | ・  |
     ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄

698 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/14(日) 14:48:46
Maybe it's just me... Everytime I see the word, George Washington,
I misreading it "George Winston" for a moment.
Everybody has experience like this?

699 :キモイ人:2010/11/14(日) 15:56:14
>>698
I always read "elegant" as "elephant" and I'm a native speaker...

700 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/14(日) 16:01:39
>>698-699
neither of those have happened to me, you're both weird.

701 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 16:44:56
you thought there was ordinary person here?
all of us are weird.

702 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/14(日) 17:05:57
I'm thinking about taking my JR pass to Osaka. What do you guys think?

703 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 17:47:46
>702
From Tokyo by Shinkansen?
I think it is more avilable to take JR PASS than to take airplane ticket.


704 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/14(日) 18:05:24
>703
I said I was going to use my JR pass.
But what about the city? Should I go there or somewhere else? I'm still deciding.

705 :nihon-jin:2010/11/14(日) 18:27:23
I heard American people often feel at home in Osaka than in Tokyo.
It is the city of trade, where many different people crossed for immediate comtract from old days.
I heard the city I visited recently was the city of trade too.

706 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/14(日) 18:30:47
>705
You still have not said which city that was.

707 :nihon-jin:2010/11/14(日) 18:34:22
I'm sorry I'm about to forget what the city was.

708 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:41:10
>>704
The more you go into detail about your plan, the more advice you can get, I think.
How long are you going to stay in Japan? Where do you arrive at, Narita(Tokyo) or Kansai Internationaol airport(Osaka)?
The way you wrote it it sounds like you arrive at Tokyo..., though?

What kind of thing do you like to do? What's your priority, History? Pop culture? food?

I'm not familiar with the JR pass thingy but you can't take Shinkansen, or Bullet train with
the pass, right? If so it takes more than an almost half day from Tokyo to Osaka.
Actually it's ten hours, meaning if you leave Tokyo 9:00am, you'll get Osaka about
19:00pm. All you can do is eat local specialties at night on the day. No
sightseeing on that day I guess except nightclubing. (I'm not experienced traveler
so it may be just that I don't know what you can do at night in Osaka, though.)

On another note, if you arrive at Tokyo, you have to be careful because there are still quite a lot of
Ninja around Narita airport targeting travelers from overseas.
Remember, the more you are specific, the more it's easy to give you advice.

709 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:44:23
少女時代SNSD>Perfume>KARA>>MISS A>>>>>>モーニング娘>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>AKB48

710 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:45:22
And you have to wear slippers on the premises of Narita airport, so don't forget
to change to slippers in your airplain right before arriving at Narita airport.

711 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:46:53
>>702
As you mentioned before, if you think to visit Kyoto and Nara, that is not bad idea.
Because those place are close each other.

However what are you interested in? Osaka is famous for foods such as Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki.
Hiroshima is also famous for Okonomiyaki. they are different in ingredient and form.
Which is better, Hiroshima fuu Okonomiyaki or Osaka fuu Okonomiyaki is controversial thing in Japan.

Umm other things... yea, Osaka is also famous for castle called "Osaka jyou".
However, as regards Japanese castle, Himeji jyou is known as the best castle in Japan.

Himeji city is in Hyogo prefecture located next to Osaka prefecture.
Himeji castle is located near the JR Himeji station, so you can visit there from Osaka easily.
It takes about 30 minutes from JR Shin Osaka station to JR Himeji station by Shinkansen.
However if you are not interested in castle, that will be completely wasted time.

Ahh, I have to say for you that Osaka has otaku town called Nipponbashi.
There are several anime shops and PC shops. Nipponbashi is biggest otaku town in west Japan.
However Akihabara in Tokyo is far bigger than Nipponbashi.
Therefore if you are planning to visit Akihabara, it's difficult to find purpose of visiting there.


712 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:52:31
>>704
Lots of Buraku in Osaka and Kyoto and adjacent prefectures. Actually, within waliking distance of Kyoto station one of the
biggest Buraku in western Japan is there. If you ask locals if they are buraku citizen,
you can't get out of the district alive.

713 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 18:54:09
Write down what you want to most in Japan and make a list of them.

714 :nihon-jin:2010/11/14(日) 19:13:13
I'm not sure how I could be specific if I have not traveled that area.
To find a guide is easiest if I'm not going to try every local specialities in one night.
Or I would learn about the city in 2ch and be arrested as a terrorist.

715 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 19:23:53
Oh no, Osaka! Don't go out of your way to see the cesspool filled with loud and obnoxious people.
If you insist you will, then be prepared for all the DQN stuff you can only imagine.

http://livedoor.2.blogimg.jp/funs/imgs/d/6/d68bfc5e.jpg

716 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 19:53:31
Kyoto is said to be an international and traditional city rich in culture
but the flip side of the coin is the dark side of Japanese history.
It's one of the cities where still discrimination against buraku citizen is
deep rooted. It's interesting within the walking distance of the front face of Koyoto, which is the bright side to show to
turists, symbolized by Kyoto Tower at Kyoto station, you can see the dark side of
Japanese history...

717 :KG2ch:2010/11/14(日) 21:32:12
Could some kind Japanese speaker please translate what

the gorgeous Turtlepear is saying:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGgr5g1_J18

If you cant do it all, could you please translate from 2:33 when he talks about himself?

Onegaishimas! (bows)

718 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 22:03:54

      No. Suck our dicks
      ハ,,ハ ハ,,ハ ハ,,ハ ハ,,ハ
     ( ゚ω゚ )゚ω゚ )゚ω゚ )゚ω゚ )  
    /    \  \  \  \    
  ((⊂  )   ノ\つノ\つノ\つノ\つ))   
     (_⌒ヽ ⌒ヽ ⌒ヽ ⌒ヽ       
      ヽ ヘ } ヘ }  ヘ } ヘ }
  ε≡Ξ ノノ `Jノ `J ノ `J ノ `J

719 :KG2ch:2010/11/14(日) 22:42:04
│踊れ♪踊れ♪│
 \__ __/
      ∨
    ∧_∧ ドルルルルルルルルル!!!!!            ∧_∧∩
    ( `∀´)___。  \从/      _ _  _  ⊂(゚д゚*) |     _
   ミ(  つ【〔ロ=:(∈(二(@ > ‐― ‐  ― _ - ̄ )_ ̄/ ‐―
    人 ヽノ B ̄゛  /W'ヽ        ̄       /  /     ̄
   (__(__) B   、、、  ,,,               ∪∪~

720 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 23:05:08
  シュッ
      シュッ
 シュッ   ハ,,ハ  シュッ
 ハ,,ハ彡( ゚ω゚ ),ハ
( ゚ω゚ )彡ミ( ゚ω゚ )  Fuck no. Go fuck yourself
_(__つ/ ̄ ̄ ̄/_
  \/      /

721 :KG2ch:2010/11/14(日) 23:10:45
All you can do is hide...Cowardly Hentai!

722 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/14(日) 23:24:08
   Good night fund-raisers.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

723 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 00:36:44
Obama ate green tea ice at front of the Biggest Buddhist statue in Japan.
he said once he went to that place when he was child.
avarage of temprature in Kyoto was about 15 dagree.


724 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 00:54:49
>>717
Female MC: Today's guest at *ZumuSata Artisit is KAT-TUN. Welocome to the show.
(*ZumuSata is probably a short form of Zoom-in Saturday, which is the
name of the show. "ZumuSata Artist" is probably a segment where it features
an artist in the show.)
All: Thank you for having us!(Clapping hands)
MC:So, you guys are going to release a new single...<Interputed by Kame>
Kame:WAIT! (raising hand) <LAUGHS by other members>
Something about this hanging scroll is on my mind. You guys are nice enough to decorate this with
the stuffed animal on top and all that but look at this. The stains are intolerable.
As producer, I have to keep an eye on props and all. While *Motchy=you are getting
beautiful, this hangling scroll is getting old.
(*Motchy seems like MC's nick name.)
MC:Someone is having a wry grin (about his comment).
All: LAUGHS

725 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 00:56:33
(cont.)
KAME:Wait, wait. Be nice. *She is a flower in this show*.
(* Maybe too literal translation but flower thing is just what he said. he didn't say "be nice" actually
but this is what he means. "She's a flower so you have to be nice to her in this show" is what he meant.
In this segment, she is the only woman so Kame comapared her to a flower.)
MC: So, I understand you are going to write today...
Kame: Yeah, seriously, if I don't, I can't turn on KAT-TUN switch.
(He probably means that if he doesn't write it, he can't stir up myself as KAT-TUN.)
Blue Jacket: Sounds like the scroll means so much to you.
MC's narration: So, Kamenashi producer himself ends up writing the calligraphy for the first time
in 2 years and 8 months for ZumuSata. Let's look at what he'll write.
We'll show you later somewhere on the show! He looks serios. <Kame's face closeup>
Green Jacket: Isn't it wrose written than the one you previously wrote?
----Music Clip--------
Narration:So, their 13th single "CHANGE UR WORLD" is going to be released next week.
The theme of the song is "Change." It's a song about breaking a barrier and making a positive
change about yourself. And actually Mr. kamenashi, who sings this song has experienced a big change in his
private life.
-----Clip ends(1:37)------

726 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 01:03:23
>MC:Someone is having a wry grin (about his comment).

This comment implys that someone(=green jacket man) among the members doesn't look he agrees with Kame's comment that
she's getting beautiful. She is jokingly on accusing tone.

727 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 01:34:22
(cont.)
MC: Regarding the new single, what image did you have in mind while singing?
Kame: The song has KAT-TUNish rock taste so I express momentum while singing.
And I was like, I imagined pictures pretty much in my mind while singing.
MC: The song has momentum like Hard rock or Heavy metal...
Kame:Right.
Man who crosses legs:The tempo/rythum of the song and the rylics could be unbalance
but they actually matched. "MATCH desu!"
(He said "match" twice. Regarding the second "match-desu," he kind of impersonated
"Kondo Masahiko," whose nick name is "Match." I don't know if he is still in
Johnney's agency but he also was very popular as a solo singer. The crossed leg man
recognized he said "matched" when talking about the rythum and rylics, and at the same time
"Kondo masahiko" s nickname happens to be "Match" so he just said a pun to be funny. The MC
didn't expect the pun to come out all of the sudden, she is kind of confused.)
MC:Well... You said Match?
Kame: I'm sorry. (bowing)
Green jacket: You don't have to hesitate to say whatever you want to him.
Actually, he's pretty tough so he would be OK.
(He means the MC doesn't have to hesitate to say to him that the pun wasn't funny at all.)

728 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 01:46:06
I translated to 2:20 but time to sleep now. I can't get it all done at one go.
Translating all isn't a walk in the Hyde Park.
I'll do the rest tomorrow. (^3^)

729 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 01:46:28
shut the fuck up, motherfucking fag


730 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 01:49:18
>>708

You can take the Shinkansen except for the fastest class of service (Nozomi).
I used the JR pass when I visited Japan in December 2008, a great buy for us foreigners.
We went to Tokyo, Osaka and Hiroshima. We visited the hi-tech exhibitions, game centers, auto museums(Mazda and Toyota) and some historical places(Atomic bomb dome, Asakusa).
I fell in love with Osaka's Takoyaki.

The only way we could visit Japan again, is when the dollar strengthens again. I doubt it, though.

731 :KG2ch:2010/11/15(月) 02:23:49
>>724-728 You really are an angel! Thank you thank you thank you!
I really appreciate what you have done.
XXX and much love

732 :KG2ch:2010/11/15(月) 02:56:24
BTW Kat-tun are seated in the following order, from left to right:

Kamenashi-Taguchi-Koki-Ueda-Nakamaru.

Without Akanashi, our Kamenashi is working so hard to play the role of KA
of KAT-TUN. Sweet little turtle.

733 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 03:00:31
it is unfortunate that >>724-728 has now caught chlamydia

734 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 03:03:01
I really wanna make love with very good looking boys
becaouse I'm gay
what do you think?

735 :オハイオ:2010/11/15(月) 03:05:40
Yeah, JR Rail Pass allows you to get on the shinkansen, but NOT nozomi, which is pretty annoying, because there's so many nozomis these days, ane very few Hikaris.

736 :KG2ch:2010/11/15(月) 03:08:58
>>733 well you should have told him to protect himself
when the two of you were together. Baka.

737 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 03:26:37
baka baka kawaii desu hentai!

738 :スパーキー4:2010/11/15(月) 07:15:11
>>737

wwww

739 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 08:31:18
Oh dear, just look what is becoming of England...
ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdRfT76s7UQ

740 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 08:37:32
>>689
Thanks for the link! It was really fun to read. I know about that Sanokuen Goutou Hannin's
conspiracy. The composite photo was fake but I didn't know that was to disguise Kawabata
Yasunari's award for the Novel prize.

741 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 09:02:36
>>739
crime rate of muslim(iranian) is high in japan too.
until there are chinese and korean.
they are eccentric super boys.

742 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 09:04:45
   Good morning fund-raisers.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

743 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 09:15:34
>>737
I see you are fluent in Japanese. I'm pretty surprised there are not more
trolls like that on 2ch English threads.

Anyway I'll be going to Japan either summer 2011 or summer 2012 as
part of a university trip. I'll copy what the website says, if you
are interested:
_________________________________________________________________
"The Japanese Language summer course which takes place in 3 Japanese
cities offers intensive Japanese language training and a hands-on
introduction to Japanese history and culture. The students will spend
23 days in Sapporo, 11 days in Tokyo, and 4 days in Kyoto.

In the first segment of the trip, the students will be in Tokyo, the
political and cultural and business center of Japan, which provides a
kaleidoscope of contemporary and traditional elements of Japanese
culture. We will visit popular cultural sites and areas such as
Asakusa, Akihabara, Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Roppongi, and
experience the exciting urban life of Tokyo. We will also watch Sumo
tounament - a famous sport of Japan - and the National Kabuki theatre
to learn about one of Japan's great traditions. In addition, there
will be a one-day excursion to the factory of Fuji Film factory in
Odawara, where we will also visit the old Odawara castle and finally
walk to the Odawara beaches on the Pacific Ocean.

744 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 09:17:51
(cont.)
On the second part of the trip we will ride the Shinkansen to Kyoto, the ancient imperial capital venerated for its old shrines and temples, many of which are designated as World Heritage sites. During
this 4 day stay in Kyoto, we will visit various historical/cultural
sites such as Kiyomizu Temple, Golden Pavilion, and the Gion
district, and participate in the Zen meditation experience. We will
also visit Nara, another oldest capital of ancient Japan.

In the final part of the trip, we will fly up to Sapporo, the capital
city of Hokkaido, where the summer weather is perfect, we will use
the facilities of the Hokkai Gakuen University which has modern
hi-tech facilities. Students will be placed into appropriate level
language courses, take language classes for 3 hours each morning as
well as 1 hour during dinner (conversation sessions). Students will
be paired with native speaker peer companions (college students) and
will also have abundant opportunities to engage in dialogue with
Japanese university professors, local business leaders, government
officials, farming people, and Japanese students ranging from
elementary school to college level.

745 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 09:40:00
(cont.)
In the Japanese history course, lectures and discussions will include
popular and traditional culture, history, religion, politics,
business, social customs, geography, and aboriginal Ainu culture. An
integral part of the course includes field trips to local industries,
government offices, temples and shrines, a native aboriginal (Ainu)
village, and a hot spring spa (onsen). June is a festival ("Matsuri")
season in Sapporo, which offers the opportunity to enjoy the
excitement of several festivals including the world-renowned Yosakoi
Dancing Festival which draws dance groups from all over Japan and the
world. Students will also have a two-night home-stay and share in the
domestic customs and daily life of the Japanese."
___________________________________________________________________

A lot of it is tourist stuff. But anyway while we are in Tokyo we get
the JR pass (hikari) to go anywhere we want for a day. So I want to
go somewhere interesting that is different than the other places we are going.
If you don't understand something in the description above I can explain
it for you.

746 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 09:58:23
>>745

Which University offers that?

747 :オハイオ:2010/11/15(月) 10:18:48
When you're in Kyoto I'll show you all the bad parts around,
especially south of Kyoto station.
Some authentic yakuza experience, too.

748 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 10:22:00
go to hell , fucking fug

749 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 10:59:10
>746
My university.

I hear the yakuza is much nicer than gangs in the US.

750 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 11:07:25
>>745
Hmm.. in short, You guys are scheduled to visit to Kyoto, Nara and Sapporo from the beginning.
When or where can you have your own time? Only during your stay in Tokyo?
The best timing to visit to west Japan such as Osaka, Hiroshima is when you are in Kyoto.
In any case, you can visit those places from Tokyo if you can get a free day.

When I saw your description at first, I thought why you guys spend so many days in Sapporo
located in middle of nowhere. There is nothing in Hokkaido except for food and nature.
Now, I can understand the time you are in Sapporo is a important part in learning Japanese.
ah, I also found you could eat your favorite salmon nigiri sushi to the full.

I have to say Odawara castle is bollocks in all respects in comparison with Osaka castle or
Himeji castle. So I recommend you to run away from shitty sightseeing to do something else.

One more thing, you still didn't say what you want to do or see in Japan.
So, we can't say anything in detail.

751 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 11:44:33
>750
Well my Japanese will be limited. So I will need to do things I can do
without speaking complicated Japanese. And I won't have long periods
of time to do things by myself. Someday I will probably work or study
abroad in Japan and then I can.
But what I would like to do... eat good food, do activities unique
to Japan, and see things that are uniquely Japanese. I hate being
like a tourist though (which is why I'm learning Japanese).
Anyway I could also go up north. I can go anywhere that is reasonable
for a Hikari.

I think we're going to Odawara castle because it's convenient from Tokyo, as opposed to Osaka or Himeji.

And yes, the only time I get free is in Tokyo.

752 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 11:57:53
yakuza isnt nicer.
usualy they dont touch general people. because there is a rule that
they cant harm general people without reason.
but once they got reason. they are not nicer at all. they are as bad as mexican mafia.
expecialy when one is foreigner. because most of them dont have back yard. no follower. you know.


753 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 12:22:27
The yakuza provided humanitarian aid to people after the Kobe earthquake
in 1995. I don't think any American mafias would do that.

754 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 12:37:56
>>751
How many free days can you get?

755 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 12:48:02
>754
I think just one. I hope for more but I doubt it.

756 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 12:53:22
>>753
That's 任侠 (nin-kyou), authentic and traditional spirits that the old school yakuza used to have
back when helping the poor and the weak was the cause, but today's yakuza are totally different.

757 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 13:00:45
are you a yakuza geek?

758 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 13:06:05
No, I'm a geeky yakuza with a little bit of hentai gentleness.

759 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 13:17:18
>>753
thats not only humanitarian aid. the represent of their power.
which they are insisnting that kobe is their territory with it.
nothing to good reason.

760 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 14:07:13
Well enough about the yakuza.
So what city should I go to?

761 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 14:10:39
Hey, what's up guys?
I am quite drunk, because the blue monday is almost there.

>>751
As to going to somewhere from tokyo by "Hikari",
I'd recommend go to Nagoya if what you want to do is to eat something eccentric.
They have lot of specialities, and most of them are enjoyable for people from the US.

>>759
I don't agree with your opinion.
You may want to learn how yakuza organization developed in Japanese history.
These days, yakuza does nothing but harm Japanese society,
but I will not be surprised if they still show some altruistic behavior
under special circumstances.


762 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 14:15:14
first of all. yakuza isnt history of japan.
yes. there was such thing in edo era.
until after war. they call themself yakuza. but they are not historical one.

763 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 14:45:25
>>761
Whaaat? Nagoya is full of Miso. There are many strange food.
They use Miso for all food ridiculously.
If foreigners recognize those food as ordinary Japanese food, it's the shame of Japan.


764 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/15(月) 16:16:40
I like miso too, as well as nigiri.
I also love good ramen. But Sapporo should satisfy that.
What other good cities are there?

765 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 17:37:27
>>763
You don't really know what the food is like in Nagoya, do you...
I grew up there untill I came to US since I was born, so I know quite a few very unique and delicious
signature foods.
There are not so many things to go visit but the foods there are pretty interesting.

766 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 18:51:50
As you can see, this is the reason why people living in other region dislike people living in Nagoya.

767 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 19:58:24
Add "meow" at the end of every sentence you utter, and you'll sound like a Nagoyan.
Even the locals can't really tell.

768 :イギリス人:2010/11/15(月) 20:57:12
Is there anywhere known for its extra special uni? Surely that would be
the top place to recommend. Other than where the country's top gourmet
nyanko-meshi chef resides.

769 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/15(月) 21:32:51
in your arse, sir

770 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 00:30:17
nagoya is called the island in the island.

771 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 01:33:19
>>731-732
Good to know that you are pleased with that.

>Without Akanashi, our Kamenashi is working so hard to play the role of KA
>of KAT-TUN.

Role of KA? What is KA? And I try to write their name instead of what color of
clothes the wear. I meant to do the rest today but I was busy all day today. I don't
even read posts here when I'm curious to read nanashi's travel plan in detail.

As I promised, I'll do the rest, maybe tomorrow, on this weekend at the
latest. Let's just say I may end up doing it at a turtle pace, snail pace rather.
Anyway, stay tuned! (^3^)

772 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 01:41:17
you are sure to like kame girl. :)

773 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 01:43:27
>>766, >>770
Don't understand why try to put down other cultures and be only exclusive.
Won't you be a bit more open-minded and try to look for the positive part of things
instead of just throwing bad words at different groups of people than yours?
You might have had bad experiences with outsiders, but not all of the people from
the place you dislike are bad, neither are the cultures.
There might be some things you haven't seen that you would like a lot.
Don't be a hater, please.

774 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 01:59:44
   Good night angels.

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      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
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775 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 02:17:37
It is often said that there's no culture in Nagoya. To be honest, I don't care much about Nagoya.

776 :761:2010/11/16(火) 02:25:36
Sorry for nagoya fuss here. It's my bad.
I forgot that Nagoya is one of the least favorite cities on 2ch.

I am from Nagano, and have never lived there,
but I enjoyed Nagoya food every time I went there.
My favorites include miso-nikomi udon, hitsu-mabushi, and tebasaki.

True, there are not so may things worth taking a visit,
but that's because it's a city rebuilt after air raids in WWII burned down the city.

777 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 02:27:29
>>753
>The yakuza provided humanitarian aid to people after the Kobe earthquake

I've heard that, too, but don't be fooled. They are Criminal organization after all no matter what,
doing lots of illegal thigs including being so harsh, being harm to ordinary people.
The humanitarian thing is just to get people's heart. They were just disguising as a good people when
in fact they're atrocious human being.

778 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 02:29:50
>>775
Did anyone ask your opinion about Nagoya?
What is your definition of "culture"?
Which city in Japan do you think has culture except for obvious example,
such as Tokyo and Kyoto?



779 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 03:05:17
I see. Let's settle things for once and all.
This will do: Nagoya is slightly better than Nagono.

780 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 03:09:30
Hey, I've been in Nagoya for about 3 years and I can honestly say it's not that bad... o_O

781 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 03:29:30
And the claim about Nagoya having no culture is totally pointless.
Nagoya is full of culture. I'm not exactly saying that's a good thing, though.
What Nagoya totally lacks is places to go out and have fun on the weekends...

782 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/16(火) 04:12:31
What is the next best city then?
Excluding Tokyo, Kyoto, Nagoya, Nara, and Sapporo.

783 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 04:57:02
Totally depends on the criteria.
And you must account for the fact that everyone would use his/her own different criteria to answer that question.
So, my answer to the question would be "there will never be a definitive answer for it".
But then again, that's life. We're not living in the world of mathematics, are we?

784 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/16(火) 05:48:25
I'm asking for a more subjective opinion than that. There must be some
kind of bias and patriotism toward some city or another.
Americans love their home city and hate everyone else (and their
football teams).
Like, I like Boston irrationally because it has tons of universities
and conventions, and good public transportation.
Although of course I am not actually biased toward anything in particular.

785 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 06:22:58
>Americans love their home city and hate everyone else (and their football teams).
It's not that simple and you know that.

786 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/16(火) 06:37:32
Well once football comes on TV suddenly every other team deserves
to mysteriously die in a plane crash. Some of that may be the Budweiser
and Fritos talking though.
I would know, my family is from Alabama. College football is their life there.
In fact they may have warped my opinion of the average American.

787 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 06:42:55
nagoya is called A big village. because big amout population though.
they are totaly villagers. close society. special place.
because they make it special. just there are many japanese who hate it.

788 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 07:09:01
 
When Government is Illicit Organization

http://book.geocities.jp/japans_conspiracy/0102/p004.html

Evil people flourish and honest people suffer from it.

789 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 07:47:30
>>787
As of the place that you insulted the specific people other than you by your own bias, you are
already a lower vulgar person than them.
There couldn't be anything that's called statistical figures when it comes to judging a culture or
characteristics of human beings.

What I wanted say was that you can always state your opinion about anything freely,
but it's not a nice way to speak ill of others making them feel bad.
It's very childish, and selfish at a time that you can't feel good about yourself only
by lowering outsiders.

Like nanashi san says, often times Americans get excited with football games and sometimes
get very much carried away, but they, in my opinion, at least don't attack other cities or teams
by unnecessary abuse.

790 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/16(火) 08:30:32
>789
Sometimes they do.

791 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 08:34:24
>>789
you are right if its not nagoya

792 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 08:44:52
I never recommend you to stay in nagoya.
because they are extrema close society even for japanese.
I don't think foreigner can survive at there.
at least. you will think japanese are recist because of it.

793 :KG2ch:2010/11/16(火) 08:46:54
>>771 Please do not stress yourself to translate the rest, there is plenty of time.
I don't mean to cause so much trouble to you.
Please only do it if you are enjoying it.
Your translation and attention to detail is very good. Thank you for all the effort.
Re:Role of KA. As you might know, Akanishi has left the band.
KATTUN the name comes from the first letters of the boys' surnames.
Therefore instead of (K)amenashi-(A)kanishi-(T)anaka-(T)aguchi-(U)eda-(N)akamaru,
they have (KA)amenashi-(T)anaka-(T)aguchi-(U)eda-(N)akamaru.
Meaning once they were a the dual frontman group (Kame and Akanishi),
now Kame is doing two frontmen's job. He is such a workaholic.


794 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 09:00:56
>As of the place that you insulted the specific people other than you by your own bias, you are
already a lower vulgar person than them.

Agreed. IMO, I don't hate Nagoya but even having said that, being fair , Nagoya got some special exclusionary
atmosphere. If you go and live there for a few months, you'll know it. The native Nagoyan would
instantly know whether you are a resident or outsider, and when you'd go to a store, a shopmaster would
look at your face know that you are an outsider, and he probably wouldn't say 'Irasshaimase'. It may sometimes happens.
But there is a flip side. The environment is pretty good. Urban development is nicely done
in terms of living environment. There are many small sized park in the corner of the cities. Also
athletic style parks are often seen. I used to live in Higashiyama area. I often went to the zoo, or
sometimes went to cafe at night in my neighborhood. About the sightseeing, there are almost
nothing. I would think there are many historical spots, such as Okehazama, but they don't seem
to have an intention to build some memorial statue or place for tourists. In terms of the foods, as
everyone says, most of them are weird. I don't think they have the same sense of taste with other
Japanese. I don't understand Azuki bread especially served at the coffee shop in the morning.

They seem to be bored people. But the strange thing is that Nagoyan LOOOOVEEEE Nagoya very much.
Almost everybody saids they want to live in Nagoya whole their lives. There are nowhere else they want to live,
even though they have never lived in other places in their lives.

There are good side and bad side. But overall, Nagoya is a strange city.

795 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 09:13:13
>>Nagoyan LOOOOVEEEE Nagoya
thats a reason of their isolation.

796 :イギリス人:2010/11/16(火) 09:13:22
>>793
What would have happened if all their names began with consonant sounds?
Their unit would have been pretty hard to pronounce. Then again, I have
no idea how "B'z" is supposed to be pronounced, but they've managed to
do okay for themselves.


And not that anyone really cares, but may as well say a sentence or two
about it anyway... the second Russian girl is very different from the one
from the train. The one I finally met today is pretty extroverted and,
surprisingly, confessed to being overly fanatical about shōjo manga and anime.
On top of that, she's very enthusiastic about this whole gothic lolita thing.
Pretty unexpected, but sometimes life becomes a bit more interesting when
things don't exactly go as expected.

797 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 09:34:16
>>794
Thanks for lengthy diss about Nagoya.
What you are saying is like
"I do not hate Nagoya but I can show 100 reasons why you should hate Nagoya."
Your opinion is full of distaste enough to make me sick.


798 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 12:43:48
>>796
"B'z" is pronounced the same as "bees," although its intonation is different, meaning "B'z"
sounds flat without stress on "be" part.
No matter if they work as hard as bees or not, it's pronounced like that.

The woman on the train is introverted? My impression on her from your
comments before is that she's intelligent type.

Didn't she say she's interested in Japanese pop culture before you met her?
This time, at least this extroverted girl shares interest in Japan with you.
Although she doesn't soud like she loves Japanese movies such as the ones
directed by Kitano Takeshi. She sounds like more of a weaboo. (I don't know how offensive the term is, so
don't take it seriously.) I bet she reads Boy's Love comic if she's interested in shojo manga.

799 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 13:43:37
   Good morning angels.

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800 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 13:52:30
Weaboo is not very offensive.
You found a russian girl who loves manga? Spot on, Englishman.

801 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 14:21:33
>>800
I think weeaboo can be pretty offensive. It's a negative word after all.

802 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 14:53:25
i habu a biggu peenasu

803 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 14:56:05
I want work! I don't find job!
My wallet is colder and colder!!
I guess I'm not going to meal!

804 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 15:36:00
I have a question. In North American English, they say there is a diferrence
between "anymore" and "any more" in its meaning.

"anymore" implies continuing forever from now on.
"any more" means simply any further.

for example,
He can't eat anymore. (maybe he fell sick and some organs don't work, so he can't eat forever from his mouth.)
He can't eat any more. (maybe he ate food to his heart's content, so he can't eat more at the time.)

What do you think? Is this true?
I didn't know even there is such a theory until now.

805 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:06:46
I suppose I should have written "by his mouse".
spank me, someone...

806 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:17:25
>>804
Yes, that is true. I didn't know it was a North American exclusive thing.
I think of it this way:

"anymore" suggests that time is the key factor. It's the same as saying "from
now on", like you said, except the change in states could have happened long
ago, not necessarily 'now'
"The restaurant doesn't serve beer anymore. They lost their liquor license last year."
"Since you lost your job, can you afford rent anymore?"

"any more" suggests that an amount of thing X is the key factor.
"The restaurant doesn't have any more beer. They ran out."
"Do you have any more money left to pay your rent?"

807 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:23:32
I have a question, too.

"I'm intensely jealous of the next generation who will have something like Facebook for their whole lives. "

In the sentense above, what does "whole lives" mean?

Does it mean the "every aspect of their lives" or "From when they were born to the moment they die"?
Or none of the above? Thanks!

808 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:26:55
>>804
Yes, there is a difference between "anymore" and "any more."

"Anymore" is an adverb, and it usually comes at the end of a sentence.
"Any more" can be either an adverb + adjective (modifying a noun) or adverb + noun.

In terms of meaning, I don't think "anymore" implies continuing forever from now on.
"Anymore" places an emphasis on time (the action won't continue for the time being).
"Any more" places an emphasis on the noun the phrase modifies.

For example, your sentence, "He can't eat anymore," implies that the person can't eat anymore for the moment, but may eat more later.
"He can't eat any more" would imply the person cannot eat any more of what he has been eating.
(You can say "He can't eat any more apples," for instance, to be more detailed.)

809 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:29:48
>>807
I think it means "from when they were born to the moment they die"

810 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:47:57
>>809
Thank you for your quick response! Hug you millon times no matter if you like it or not.

811 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 16:54:55
>>806,>>808
Thx for your reply and detailed explanations.

Now, I could clearly understand that, as you guys said, "anymore" makes much of aspect of time
and "any more" makes much of aspect of modified noun.

But for you guys' explanations, I would have misunderstood the difference between those two words.

812 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 17:02:17
manqo

813 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 17:19:24
I love main chan

814 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 17:20:51
Whatever

815 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/16(火) 17:32:02
Heh, someone who can't eat anymore must be pretty unhappy. No more
delicious salmon nigiri, only the cold touch of the IV needle...
I don't believe the word "anymore" is used at all in UK English. I think
"any more" is used for both meanings.

>809 that is correct.

Hey guys, I have to submit an application to go to Japan tomorrow, is
there something in Japanese I can put in that would help? Something
like, "I very much hope that I will be considered for a position on
the trip, as it will fulfil many of my life's dreams," or something.
It'll be read by a Japanese person and she would be happy to see Japanese
after reading tons of English. But I don't speak Japanese well enough
to think of anything.

816 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 17:51:49
Just don't mention you post on 2ch, or you'll be damned.

817 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 18:36:42
eww nice internet in here ^^

818 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 20:20:05
>>815
The thought that someone posts something in Japanese for your application form claming
that the Japanese sentense shows your eagerness to experience Japan but in fact it means
"I wanna lick and eat your cunt from dwan to dusk" makes me giggle.

819 :イギリス人:2010/11/16(火) 21:29:12
>>804, >>815
Officially, we (the British) don't recognise "anymore" as a word (and
as I typed that, the spellcheck decided to underline the word in red),
but many of us use it anyway. However, there are some of us who use it
in >>806's sense, and some who use it interchangeably (and wrongly, in
my eyes) with "any more".

Another way in which we imply the discontinuation of something is with "no
longer". Such as, "he is no longer able to eat".

>>798
The girl from the train is pretty introverted, but opens up when talked
to. I think being in a foreign country and having little contact with people
made her open up more than usual that first time we met. She's definitely the
intelligent type, though, and spends her free time writing articles about
linguistics as well as working on her thesis for her second masters degree.
Her idea of fun is to wander around an art gallery or museum for hours on end.

I'm trying to get the new one to watch some Japanese movies, though don't really
know what she's into. Going to try a mixture of Beat Takeshi, Yôji Yamada, and
perhaps Takashi Miike (the more quirky ones, rather than the more extreme ones)
to start with. You're right, though... a mention of Boy Love comics came up very
briefly. And yes, I'd also agree that she is somewhat "weeaboo", though when she
draws and designs, it's not in any style reminiscent of manga artwork (which is
a plus, in my books).

820 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 21:29:50
>>793
I see. I see. That makes sense. KA
------(cont.)------
MC(narration):What each of them are into now is.....Taguchi, Tanka, Nakamaru
are into Surival Game. Sometimes the three of them play it together.
And, Ueda is into mail order shopping. And Kamenashi is into....
Kame:What I'm into is...Furniture. I like interior pretty much.
MC:Have you bought anything recently?
Kame: Recently I've changed articles of furniture...
Tanaka:You have?
Kame: Big change in articles of furniture in the living room.
MC:What's the image, theme of your living room?
Kame:Lots of trees. trees and Black. It's(the theme is) like, tree (and) black.
(He said trees but it would be more like plant because "tree" resembles
pretty tall tree at least to me, maybe I'm wrong though. I think he's talking about
plants in a big pot or something.)
Maybe I'm into buying things now...
Tanaka:I don't know...
Kame: Maybe these days I'm in the mood for making some "Changes".(about my living environment, my world)
(He uses "Change" intentioanlly here because Change is a part of their new single's title.
He kind of skillfully but directed the concersation to their new single to promote it.)

821 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 21:30:59
(cont.)

MC:Good job.
Kame:It's just nothing... Just forget it.
MC:You did a good job.
Kame: Not really.
(Kame is kind of ashamed of the way he directed the conversation to the
new single, because it's old fashioned, worn-out way of doing that, so artificial.
So being told "good job" is kind of too much and humiliating in a way.)
Tanaka:Motchy(=MC) always highlights humiliating parts.
(He means Kamenashi doesn't want to dwell on it but she looks like kind of trying to ridicule
the way Kamenashi directed the converation to the single.)

MC(naration):It's always fun having them around.
Man's voice:I'm curious of what his calligraphy will turn out to be.
MC:Yes, his calligraphy will be open to everybody somewhere in this show later.
---------DONE-----------
Hope you'll enjoy the translation! (^3~)


822 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 21:54:57
>>815
I'd write something like
「選考に通って日本に行けることを、とても楽しみにしています」
"I'm looking forward to going to Japan as passing the selection."

A word-by-word translation of what's you wrote might sound a little tumid in Japanese,
especially if you are not that fluent in it.

823 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 22:30:45
>>819
Then, you mean "anymore" is not always implying permanence as >>808 mentioned?
If so, I think that a better way implying permanence is using "no longer" instead of "anymore"
as you mentioned.

824 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/16(火) 23:48:34
Congratulations to Igirisu-jin san and all the British people!
Prince William was engaged with his classmate girl. That's a very happy news.
I've heard she is his classmate and have been together for a long time.
What I amazed the most at is that those princes, William and Henry, have been growing healthily, which means
they don't really fool around with Paris Hilton or some celebrities like other princes, even though they had
experienced such a hardship; lost mother, gossips, and paparacchi and so on.

825 :KG2ch:2010/11/17(水) 00:10:11
>>820,821 Aw thanks a million for taking your time to do the translation. You have brought them one step closer to me!
I know Kame and KyonKyon were living together till January when suddenly rumours surfaced that Kyon moved her house from Daikanyama
to Hayama. He looked happy until recently. I thought the two were secretly married.
However she has had many projects including a film costarring with her ex-husband.
She was also seen with a younger comedian. Kame was rumoured to be drinking with MAsa Hiroshi.
So it looked like they were parted. Theyhad such potential to be Japan's no 1 couple.
Maybe Kame suffered from separation and decided he had to "Change" his life.

826 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 00:10:54
>>824
Oh, really?
Congratulations.

>William and Henry, have been growing healthily

Even though they party with stupid celebrities like Paris Hilton, they
behaved bad in the past.
Henry got drunk before legal drinking age and all.

827 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 00:42:52
Do the brits really give a shit about them?

828 :イギリス人:2010/11/17(水) 00:43:54
>>824
You heard about it before I did! However, Prince Harry has often been in
the newspapers due to various things, as >>826 mentions, as well as when
he dressed up asa Nazi. It's not really a big deal, but they get a lot
of media attention because of who they are. William is seen as the more
level-headed one.

>>823
The only time it doesn't really imply a timeframe (that I can think of)
is when used somewhat incorrectly by British people - >>808's explanation
is pretty spot on.

829 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 01:08:53
Didn't know a prince wearing a Nazi uniform wasn't big of a deal there. But Edward VIII was a Nazi also, so why not.

830 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 01:30:39
http://ironlight.wordpress.com/2010/03/14/the-diary-of-anne-fake/

831 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 01:55:24
Nazi, revisionism.. Some conspiracy theory next?

832 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 02:23:22
Ashkenazi Jews are nazi itself.

833 :823:2010/11/17(水) 03:13:47
>>828
Thx.


834 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 03:23:06
   Good night siblings.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

835 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 03:53:55
Good night onii-tan~! ^___^

836 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 06:46:56
>>822
Thank you 名無しさん for your assistance!
What if I want to add, "It is regrettable that I could not have written
the rest of this essay in Japanese". The person reading the essays hates
reading large amounts of English so I want to put something in to make
her feel more comfortable. (^^)

837 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 12:13:42
>>836
The below would be fine. I'm not >>822 though.

エッセイを全て日本語で書くことができないのは残念ですが、どうぞよろしくお願いします。

Don't forget to add "translated by morons in 2ch."


838 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 12:16:54
Isn't どうぞよろしくお願いします used to mean "nice to meet you"?
Or does it have another meaning?

839 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 12:39:21
>>838
>Isn't どうぞよろしくお願いします used to mean "nice to meet you"?

Depending on the context, yes.


どうぞよろしくお願いします is used in many ways in many situations.
I don't think there's exact equivalent in English.

It has very polite tone in it and sometimes it could also be translated as
just "Thank you for your support." It's very versatile expression.

In your case, it could be I hope you'll enjoy reading my essay (and hopefully you'll choose me to go to Japan)" or
"Thank you very much for reading my essay (and hoplefully you'll choose me to go to Japan)" ."

840 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 12:42:38
>>839
Awesome. That's very helpful. Essay is now done, submitting...

Although I hope she doesn't think I wrote that and think that I'm
now completely fluent in Japanese.

841 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 12:49:09
>>840
That's why you should add "translated by morons in 2ch."

Do you submit it via Internet? MS word?
How long is the essay supposed to be? How many words?

842 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:01:09
>>819
I hope you'll have a good time with her.

843 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 13:03:31
>>841
In the end it was 660 words. I have no idea how long it was supposed to be.

I wrote it with OpenOffice and submitted it over the internet.

My English can be very complicated when I write essays so I hope she understands it...

844 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:23:30
>>843
OpenOffice. It's free software suite that consists of equivalents of MS Office, if I'm not wrong.

Isn't she supposed to understand English when she's in charge of the screening process?
I wonder what percentage of applicans can be selected to go to Japan?
What does she usually do in your university? I guess she's not a prof.

845 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:23:48
system of japanese language is very random.
どうぞ=よろしく=お願いします
these words are almost same meanings.
so sounds are more important.
its like "please please plese" in english.
but 3 steps of sound is very beautiful.

846 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:26:12
And to think that the tour is in next summer, the screen process starts very early.
It would be OK to start it in spring next year.

847 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 13:27:25
>>844
OpenOffice is not as pretty as MS Word but it's just as powerful.

She does speak English, but not -entirely- fluently. As in, she speaks
somewhat slowly and with a strong accent. So she can probably read my paper
fine but she will not enjoy it (because there will be 30 more papers
just like it too).
She's a professor; in fact she will be my Japanese teacher next semester.

848 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:51:54
   Good morning siblings.

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849 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 13:58:37
Good morning, Mr.cat

850 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 14:24:53
>>846
That's very early for a summer program. Good luck!

851 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 14:44:59
    I'm a dog.
              ____
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     (´・ω・ )   | ・ \ノ
     (  o旦o    | ・  |

852 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 14:53:00
>>847
Hmmmm. It sounds tough to choose people who go to Japan based on essays.
Probably eagerness she feels from the essays is the key to be choosed.
I'm curious to read 30 papers of them. I'm eager to know what aspects of Japan
appeal to them.

853 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 15:26:34
You can just say "I have a promise to meet with Japanese friends whom I acquainted with
at Japanese most superb bulletin board, so I must go to Japan otherwise I have to dive
from the roof of university".
or "If I have to show my sincere feeling toward you, I will go so far as to devote
my cherry to you, my beloved prof.".

854 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/17(水) 16:12:38
>>853
While both are valid arguments, unfortunately I have already submitted
my essay and cannot add your recommendations.

>>852
Are you implying that Japan should not appeal to us?

855 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 16:26:48
>>854
No, I just thought what motivates them to apply and come to Japan.
I want to read 30 different reasons why they want to come to Japan.

But come to think of it, if Europe was included among other places besides Japan as a travel destination in this
program, it would be the most popular and get most applications.

856 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 18:01:21
What a adjective word to signify rhombus form is?
I thought at first that is rhombic or diamond but OALD and LDCE said
there isn't rhombic as a word and diamond is a noun.


857 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 18:08:56
My English writing is too awkward.
What is a adjective that signify rhombus?

858 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 18:13:05
>>857
I don't think there's an adjective for rhombus, but you can say diamond-shaped.

859 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 18:18:11
>>858
Thx, sir.

860 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 20:30:37
I want to change my job!!!!!
I'm dead broken...

861 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 22:59:45
>>825
Your welcome.
You really are updated on things about Kyon2 and the turtle.
Among the things you picked up there, I only knew she and her ex-husband's
costarring. Anyway, good to know you enjoyed it.

862 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 23:47:53
>>825
wow you know so much about what's going on between Kamenashi and Kyon2.
So they were separated by now? ummm that's probably good for him coz he wants to
get a family one day with a young wife, who would be able to give a birth to his child.
Also Kyon2 should be happier being alone after her divorce. Once woman divorce,
they rarely get re-married, I mean, not as easy as male do.

863 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/17(水) 23:54:17
 
Dalai Lama Turns Out to Be Chinese Collaborator.

http://book.geocities.jp/japans_conspiracy/01/p008.html#page112

It is surprising to know that Dalai Lama has helped Chinese communist party
to strengthen their grip on Chinese people as a potential enemy.


864 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 02:35:05
>>854
When do you get a result of the screening?

865 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 03:14:38
   Good night therapists.

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      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
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   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

866 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 03:33:24
why are janiotas so ugly as well as creepy?

867 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 03:38:27
>>863
It would be surprising that someone with a brain believes this shit.


868 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/18(木) 04:20:49
>>864
By January 17. I'll have to brownnose the professor until then.
For those who don't know what "brownnose" means, it's a verb that means
to act really nice toward someone in order to become friendly with them,
usually for a particular purpose. It comes from the idea that your nose
gets brown when you put it into the person's ass.

869 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 05:25:06
lol i didn't even know that that's where it came from. I'll feel disgusted when i use that word now.

870 :KG2ch:2010/11/18(木) 08:31:00
>>861, >>862 Kamenashi is very much into older women
and he says he doesn't want children. All the women he dated were
much older than him except the last last girl who was a younger one
but I don't think he can switch his preference suddenly to much younger girls.
Obviously this puts off fans and looks bad for Johnny's business.
Janiota hate Kyon2 because she lived with him for over
four years. Therefore they at least need to be seen as parted even if in reality they
may still be together.

871 :KG2ch:2010/11/18(木) 09:01:54
>>866 You call us ugly and creepy because you cannot tolerate the
immense attention these handsome boys get.
I understand some women may be ugly but creepy? I don't get that.
I have never seen "creepy" women.

872 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 09:25:28
just look in the mirror.
you probably are of a mature age but you obviously have no boyfriend and is obsessed with an "idol".
that is creepy.

873 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 09:34:46
I'm going to buy an english-english dictionary.
Can you tell me your recomenddations and their good points please?

874 :KG2ch:2010/11/18(木) 10:06:12
>>872 I am creepy yeah, I sneak into yoour room.
Look, I am right behind you ....

875 :イギリス人:2010/11/18(木) 10:13:20
>>873
I'd always recommend the Oxford English Dictionary, but it depends
which edition you need. If it's for general use, the Concise edition
is practical. There's the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, aimed
at students of English, which includes help on planning and writing.

And then there's the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary which, ironically,
is absolutely massive and comes in two huge volumes. You could kill an
elephant with this edition.

You may want to read a bit more about the Advanced Learner's edition...
http://www.amazon.co.jp/Oxford-Advanced-Learners-Dictionary-Hornby/dp/0194799026/

876 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 11:56:07
ud better by exword and dall be alright,

877 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 12:15:39
or you can buy mac which comes with New Oxford American Dictionary

878 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/18(木) 12:17:42
You can sign up for Oxford online, where they have their entire
dictionary on the internet. I don't know how much it costs though.

Or for free, you can use Wiktionary or something like that.
Wiktionary has many translations too.

879 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 14:39:37
   Good morning therapists.

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880 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/18(木) 16:03:00
>>879
犬か猫さん、you must have a dictionary that you use to find these random
words. Maybe you can assist >873 .

881 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 16:32:59
Thank you, everyone.
I want to know about Merriam Webster's dictionary as well.
Does anyone have it?

882 :イギリス人:2010/11/18(木) 17:32:38
Noah Webster was a scoundrel and a knave. Some of his reformed words
didn't make it into common use, such as "wimmin" instead of "women",
"tung" instead of "tongue", "groop" instead of "group", and "ake"
instead of "ache", to name but a few. His reforms were less about
evolution of language and more about making it simpler for the illiterate
rabble to learn (and also to differentiate it from British English, a
'patriotic' move to gain political backing soon after the War of 1812).

Merriam was just the publisher, so I have no quarrel with them.

883 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/18(木) 17:43:34
I think I have a Webster's at home...
Nowadays I use Wiktionary for everything. It tends to be more complete
and more updated than printed dictionaries. For Japanese, I use jisho.org
for looking things up, the program zKanji for more detailed look-ups,
and Peraperakun which is a Firefox plugin for translating words when I
put the cursor over them. They're all based on the WWWJDIC project.

If you want a small pocket dictionary for English, I don't think it
matters much what you get.

884 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/18(木) 18:05:46
Here's an English question (Igirisujin may be of help...)
Why is "mathematics" in UK English shortened to "maths" but remains
singular? Ex. "Maths is fun!" "Maths annoys me" etc.
It seems strange to me. Also it's hard to pronounce.

885 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 18:15:57
Wimmin, tung, groop....
That's a primal example of how the prescription of language does not work, as language evolves itself.

886 :KG2ch:2010/11/18(木) 19:41:28
>>851 You cannot possibly be a dog, you are definitely a cat.

887 :埋地 ◆eMTYZaOJDw :2010/11/18(木) 20:36:47
This night, I've made a careless mistake. When I went to the workplace and then
I saw the notebook all part-timers(including me) and officers must check before
record time-card in the kitchen, the chief there in the time said "Hey, why didn't
you come here yesterday? You should have come in the day." I was surprised at
his saying and confused. "? I should have done that?" So, I rechecked the time-
table and noticed that I had to come there yesterday and copyed the day's time-
table in 18th, today in my memopad... How shameful and careless mistake is!
Of course, after that, I came back to my home and now I am writing this post...
Ah, I must be very careful from now on...

888 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 21:17:51


※前スレ
http://yuzuru.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/news4vip/1290000430/xb
っんっvふっr

889 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 21:35:54
>>886
Hey,Miss Kame girl.
What do you think about K-pop?
Do you also like that?

890 :KG2ch:2010/11/18(木) 22:13:37
>>889 I am not a huge fan of Kpop yet, maybe because
I speak a little elementary Japanese, I am more familiar with
Japanese lyrics. However I adore Shinee, I lsten them
along with Kattun every day,

They are a very talented band. MinHo is so cute!
I like BOA, DBSK and recently discovered GDragon.
Otherwise it is JPop and JRock for me. However that still doesnt
stop me listening to Swedsh Death metal, Industrial Goth,
classical music and Jazz. Strange tastes I know.

891 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/18(木) 22:30:58
>>890
Thanks for your reply.
May I ask one more question?
Kame-chan or Japanese, which was the first you became interested in?

892 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 00:19:52
    >>886 Even if you said such a thing again, I'm absolutely a dog.
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893 :KG2ch:2010/11/19(金) 00:57:56
>>890 Japanese first, of course, because I had Japanese friends
from a long time ago.


894 :KG2ch:2010/11/19(金) 01:00:18
>>892 Since when dogs have cute pointy ears? That AA looks
like a cat to me. You are a tea drinking lazy kitty cat.

895 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 01:39:21
I heard somewhere that Hyundai has higher brand image than Toyota in US.
People from US, is that really the case in US?

If you live in other places except Japan and US, what about the situation in your country?
I'd appreciate it you tell me where you live, too.

While I'm at it, what about Sony and Samsung?
Different from the Toyota-Hyndai case, I wouldn't be surprised if you
say that Samsung has higher brand image than Sony in your country because
Samson for these past few years has shown big presence in Flad TV field.
So what's the situation like in your country regarding Sony and Someson's brand image?

Thanks.

896 :イギリス人:2010/11/19(金) 02:11:04
>>884
We think of mathematics as a collection of proficiencies, as we do with,
say, physics, chemistry, biology, gymnastics, athletics, and so on, so
we treat it as a plural. We keep the 's' on the end when we shorten it
as it is a plural... so it's just like shortening "bicycles" to "bikes".

That's how it works in British English, anyway. It's hard to imagine
"maths" being hard to pronounce though... how about "baths"?

897 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 03:02:55
   Good night corpses.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

898 :KG2ch:2010/11/19(金) 07:58:28
Objection. Corpses do not sleep.

899 :イギリス人:2010/11/19(金) 08:05:49
>>895
It's pretty difficult to tell which brand is the most popular over here
by just looking every day. There are far more Toyotas on the road here
than Hyundai, but Hyundai has more of a reputation for 'sporty' cars
here. Toyota is seen as family-friendly and reliable (even after the
mass-recall). Two of my clients are garage owners and rate Japanese
cars as being the most reliable.

It's difficult to tell between Sony and Samsung because of the different
ranges of appliances they sell here. Sony Walkman is far more popular than
Samsung's music players (though Sony's software is terrible). Sony and
Panasonic are marketing their TVs a lot better than Samsung, with Sony's
Bravia range and Panasonic's Viera range. Samsung do pretty decent computer
monitors, though, with their Syncmaster range. One of my monitors is Samsung,
the other (better one) is Dell.
Samsung do more business than Sony in home appliances, such as dishwashers,
washing machines and microwaves. Don't think I've ever seen a Sony
dishwasher before. However, Samsung are marketing their mobile phones much
better than Sony/Sony-Ericsson. Overall, I'd say Sony has the upper hand
in brand image.

900 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 09:33:16
I had a dream. that this world isnt real.

901 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 09:59:45
Westerners dont know the fact

that Samsung stole many parent from Japan and Taiwan without contract
that Samsung isnt private company. its national company of South Korea
that Samsung dont need to follow the law because they are rule.
that Samsung amout of compensation is bigger than South Korea's national budget.
that Samsung's main engeener team members are Japanese.
that Samsung's main designer is a Italian.

902 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/19(金) 10:25:00
In the US, Toyota and Hyundai and Sony and Samsung have around the same
popularity. But I think it is similar to what Igirisujin said.

>>896
I see. That makes sense.
But "maths" is harder to pronounce than "math". That's probably why
we say "math" here.

903 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 11:59:39
i am now watching aljazeera news show on my ipod touch in train.

904 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 12:48:27
I think Totoya holds more popularity even though Hyundai is also very popular.
In terms of technology, I think Sony is more popular here. Especially those TV's, super clear graphics! I wish I had one.

905 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 15:35:38
   Good morning corpses.

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906 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 15:40:23
i am cleaning my rooms up now.

907 :キモイ人:2010/11/19(金) 18:08:27
>>901

Most Westerners don't know these things. They pretty much don't care either. In fact, most Americans probably don't even know Samsung is a Korean company.

908 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 18:54:34
>>899
Thank you. I wanted to hear your peronal observation about their market
presense and I don't need any statics. So just hearng your opinion was good enugh.
I never had image that Hundai manufacutures "Sporty car." I don't know maybe their brand
building team takes the strategy UK, maybe US, too.

Never knew Samsung makes dishwashers, washing machines and microwaves.
All I knew about their products is TV, and handheld device such as mobile phone and
maybe mp3 players.

>>902
Thank you. I never imagined Korean companies become almost neck and neck with
Japanese companies. Althuogh overall I think Japanese technology is still better than other booming economies.


909 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 19:00:02
>>904
Thanks for your response.
As far as I know, Sony isn't doing good in the field of TV here.
Sharp and Panasonic is better than Sony's bravia.

910 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/19(金) 19:03:51
>>908
>904 is probably right though, although all of them are popular,
Toyota and Sony are probably slightly more. But it really depends on
the product in question.
My laptop is American (HP), my phone is Taiwanese (HTC), my old mp3
player was Korean (Samsung), and my external hard drive, television,
video game consoles, and car are Japanese (Hitachi, Sony, Nintendo,
and Toyota). So far I haven't been dissatisfied with any of them.
Although I just realised that most of my stuff in Japanese...

911 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/19(金) 19:12:16
On another note, anyone notice that practically every Japanese company
uses the company's name in big, solid-colour letters for the logo?
For example, compare Sony, Sharp, Panasonic, Toyota, Hitachi, Honda,
and Toshiba with companies like Apple, GE, Ford, Chevrolet, IBM, Verizon, etc.

912 :イギリス人:2010/11/19(金) 19:35:55
>>908
After looking at Hyundai's UK website, they make a lot more than just
sports-type cars. So I'm guessing their normal cars just don't sell as
well. Honda is very popular here too. And one of my colleagues recently
imported a Nissan Skyline GT-R from Japan - the UK holds the record for
the world's biggest Nissan Skyline meeting, for some reason.

LG are also a very big Korean company operating over here. Nobody really
knows they're Korean, though, and usually laugh if you mention they're
called Lucky Goldstar. Most people associate it with the company's tagline,
"Life's Good". They're a pretty big competitor in the TV market over here as
well as mobile phones, but they're mostly known for their kitchen and
washing appliances. Sharp used to be a big player in home media, but they've
greatly declined here.

As is nanashi's case, I don't really have any brand loyalty and just go with
whatever I think suits the purpose best. Phone is Taiwanese, monitors are
American and Korean (though looking to replace the Samsung with another Dell).
TV and peripherals are Japanese. Sound system is Japanese (Onkyo), but with
English speakers and Austrian headphones. Japanese microwave, British oven and
stove, German refrigerator... the list can go on, really.

According to Amazon's sales rankings, Toshiba and Samsung are battling it out
in the TV category (with Sony and Panasonic also in the Top 10), but Sony is
clearly in the lead when it comes to stereo systems.

913 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 20:02:54
The GTR-35 is not a Skyline anymore. It's a new line of beasts now.

914 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 21:40:46
Igirisujin uses a Samsung monitor? I am disappointed.
If you wanted a cheap monitor, you should have bought a BenQ.
There is absolutely no reason to buy Samsung products.
By buying their crap, you are tainting your own soul.

915 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 22:20:18
well, you no he takes anything unless it smells african american

916 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/19(金) 23:03:23
>>914
In the US, samsung monitors (and flat TVs) are more high end items than Ben-Q.

>Hyundai
Hyundai increased their sale for several reasons: 1. US automakers' trouble in finance,
2. Toyota's massive recall, and 3. insanely benevolent sales policy of Hyundai. I am not
quite sure this sales surge led to a good brand image. I'd still buy the US cars rather than buying Hyundai cars.

917 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 00:23:42
don't they sell japanese monitors in the Us and other countries in the west?

918 :イギリス人:2010/11/20(土) 01:51:20
>>917
If Eizo monitors were cheaper, I'd rather have them than any other. Many
hospitals here use Eizo monitors for their imaging systems, and many
airports use them for their air traffic control displays. On top of that,
they also make wonderful monitors for graphic/web design and publishing
under the ColorEdge range. Problem is, they cost over three times as much
as a good H/S-IPS monitor at around £1,750 (about 233,500yen) each.

Sony do also sell monitors here, but haven't seen one for a long, long time.

919 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 04:19:13
I'm planning to buy a MITSUBISHI monitor.

920 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 05:01:57
   Good night arbiters.

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921 :nanashi ◆NANaShiTfI :2010/11/20(土) 08:36:22
I'd love a Mitsubishi car. They're amazing but they can be expensive.

>>920
Where did you come up with that word? I know a lot of people who wouldn't
know what that means.

922 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 09:42:55
Samusung's patent stealings are big damage to companies in Japan.
and Westerners dont know about it.
as a result. Monitor industries in Japan is in danger
so they decided using of cheap Samusung's LCD panels..
no matter what you will buy Samusung's panel.

923 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 09:47:21
many Japanese talented engneer lost their job.
it doesn't mean that Samsung's moniter became great level.
it does mean that Japanese moniters are ruin.

924 :イギリス人:2010/11/20(土) 09:51:49
>>922
Buying Samsung panels is risky. I'm not sure if it still happens, but
Samsung assemble their LCD panels at three sites. Some are actually
made in Korea, some are made in China, and some are made in Slovakia.
There's no way of knowing which panel you have unless you physically
take apart the monitor and check the part's serial number, but that
voids the warranty. The manufacturing process differs at each factory,
producing different qualities of panel even though they could be used
in the same model monitor. And you really don't want to be getting a
panel assembled in Slovakia. It's known as a panel lottery.

925 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 10:02:37
South Korean will build a nuclear plant in the US as a first time
which was Toshiba's main job.
several month ago. a HDD was desapeared from Toshiba's lab.
it contains a blue print of main core of nuclear reactor.
then South Korea announced that they invented new tech so they could do build it.
its show time of fireworks.

926 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 10:46:21
>>925
where did you come up with these stories. im curious about that.


927 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 15:16:06
   Good morning arbiters.

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928 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 18:40:18
>>927

I don't feel like going to bed.

929 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 18:56:21
I can't remember english words!

930 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 19:56:41
I heard some British really adore GT-R(R32, R33, R34), so that they import it from Japan
personally even tough the cost is expensive.
The cost is sometimes over one hundred thousand dollars.
Since Skyline GT-R was sold only in Japanese market, GT-R had only a right steering wheel model.
I suppose this fact was one of advantages in British traffic circumstances.

Now, GT-R became world wide model and much more competitive.
However, as many car journalists said, GT-R is far inferior than other premium sports cars
in terms of a attraction and pleasure. I have to say I have the same opinion.
At least, until R-34, GT-R had good sound. RB Engine is famous for its beautiful sound.
Now that GT-R lost one of few advantages, newest GT-R is mere hi-tech car.

Generally, Japanese cars don't have a attraction and a fascination awfully.
There are many things to have to learn from European cars.

931 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:09:13
>>902
Which part of the US are you talking about?
I barely see Hyunday anywhere in NY whereas almost more than half of the cars
pass by me are Japanese cars, which toyota consists of one third of it.
I would say, the chance I see Hyunday in the city is maybe one out of 20 cars or less.

Samsung is getting pretty popular, so probably it's as popular as sony here, too.
But the range of the Samsung products' prices is much lower than that of sony's, for sure.

932 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:10:34
One more thing, I forgot to say this loudly.

Alfa Romeo Mito is much more attractive than GT-R.
How shitty GT-R is...

933 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:11:32
>>921
Which Mitsubishi?
WRC-bred Lancer Evo series really are amazing 2.0 liter cars.

934 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:18:44
>>930
> GT-R is far inferior than other premium sports cars in terms of a attraction and pleasure.

Have you ever test-driven one? If you do, you'll most likely change your opinion.

935 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:27:33
>>933
I don't want to throw a tire away during driving.

936 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:27:55
>>932
.... I think Mito is ugly as fuck but I guess tastes differ..

937 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:30:24
>>935
I see. Learn to drive first.

938 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:37:43
Historically, GT-R is not supposed to have a pretty face anyway, and that's why they're nicknemaed 'Godgilla'.

939 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:51:37
Which car do (or did) you guys have? Just curious.

940 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 20:58:17
I have a EV car. However its seat is too small to sit.

941 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:06:09
>>940
Fully electric? Some of them do look like a golf cart.
How long does one battery charge last?

942 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:16:03
Sure, that's the reason we call it EV.
It last around 30minutes per one charge.

943 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:24:10
No offence, but what do you do with it, really?
A 15 minute one-way drive can only take you to a parking lot in your neighborhood.

944 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:31:35
助けて下さい
ヤフーオークションで550曲入りiPodを売ったら質問としてこの様なものが来ました
1000$を不正な請求か、先払いか後払いによる取引か判別がつきません
大体の内容を教えて下さい
またもし1000$の取引で先払いなら、中間役をやって下さった方に謝礼として数万払います
I'm Satoko Tsunekawa Presently in Canada.
i saw your item paste on YAHOO AUCTION Am interested in buying your item for my Friend,
i will offering you $1,000.00USDollar for each of the item plus shipment to my Friend in Nigeria via EMS SPEED POST .
Let me know how many pieces you have for sale.
i will be remitting your payment via Bank to Bank transfer Or PayPal into your account.
Get back to me via your personal e-mail and please reply back in English.Reply back to (○○@hotmail.com)Hoping to read from you fast,Thanks
>
>
>わたしは英語が理解できないと英文で送ったら


945 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:33:04
>Bank Information's Needed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>Thanks for your mail,and I'm very glad to hear from y ou that you have
>interest in doing business with me,and i will be glad if you would make
>these possible,because i really need the item for my Friend who is in
>Nigeria,and i want the item to be shipped out through EMS SPEED POST3-5 days delivery
>okay.
>
>So i will pay you US$1,000.00 for the item including the shipping cost via EMS cause the items is needed very urgently for my Friend and i want you to go and end the auctions of the item on Yahoo Auctions...
>
>However i will be paying you through Citi Bank Online Wire Transfer
>directly to your bank account,so i want you to provide me your full bank
>details so that i can able to proceed with the payment as soon as possible.
>
>NOTE:GO AND END THE AUCTION RIGHT NOW FROM YAHOO AUCTION.
>
>Here is my Friend shipping address below:


946 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:35:34
>Name: ○○
>Address :○○
>City :○○
>State :○○
>Zip code :○○
>Country :○○
>Phone Number :○○

>So i will be waiting for the below information's so that the payment can be
>made as soon as possible.
>
>Account Holder's Name:
>Account Number:
>Bank Name:
>Bank Address:
>Bank/Swift Code:
>Item Name :
>Total Cost :$1,000:00USDollar
>
>Awaiting to from you soonest mail asap.
>Thanks & God Bless You.
>

助けて下さい
宜しくお願いします
また先払いによる取引で、中間役をやって下さる方がいたらkm2ayk@ezweb.ne.jpにメール下さい
謝礼を払います

947 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:36:55
Just don't trust Canadians.

948 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:37:58
ごめん あなたの日本語の方ががよくわからない www

949 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:42:08
すいません
焦ってますwww
私がヤフーオークションでiPodを出品しました
その質問コーナーに最初の英文がのせられました
その英文に対して、メールで「I can't English understand」と送りました
その返事が次の長文です
1000$請求されてるのか、1000$先払いなのか、後払いなのか、嬉しいのと焦ってるのと両方ですwww
大体の翻訳お願いします

950 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:42:27
取りあえず合法品なら大人しく代行業者に頼め
もっとも俺なら取引しない 合法品だとしても$1000なんて明らかに釣りだろ

951 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:50:24
sorryすいません
私が売る側です

952 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 21:54:49
>>951
わかってるよ
そもそもナイジェリアまで3〜5日で届くのかよ EMSで
悪いことは言わないからやめとけ
よく考えてみろよ 相手が自分で買って送ればいいだけだろ
なんであなたの品物に対して急ぐ要素があるんだよ

つうかそんなテンコ盛りiPod売るのは問題ないの?


953 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:01:00
>>Bank Information's Needed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This says it all.

954 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:04:12
>>953
yea, but what for?
do you have any idea?

955 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:06:50
てんこ盛りiPodは私の金を払って買ったCDを入れたので、合法だと思います
やはり怪しいですよね

953さん
これがすべてを言っている
=急かしている
詐欺

住所も詳しくかかれてたので一人で受かれてましたwwwwww
ただ先払いなら信用できると思うのですがどうでしょうか?


956 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:12:18
>>955
あのな、先払いでも口座情報もらった時点でトンズラって考えは浮かばないのか?
もしくは個人を特定する手段かもしれない 海外とは限らないでしょ

つーかそのCDも一緒に譲渡しないかぎりお前さんもアウトだろ.... www
色んなところから目をつけられてるんじゃないのか? www


957 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:12:53
Google "ナイジェリア詐欺".

958 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:18:06
>>955
>>957だそうだw


959 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/20(土) 22:31:35
ナイジェリア詐欺でした
ありがとうございました

960 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 01:39:17
I'm bored.



961 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 04:33:00
>>912
Thanks again for the detailed info.
Never knew LG stands for Lucky gold star.

And thank you to other people, too who mentioned how brands are recognized in
your market. It's interesting to read your observation.

962 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 05:37:51
I was too busy to spare time for trying tenho last week.
So I tried it just now.
Then I wondered whether we can chat during playing game.
I suppose we can chat only at the lobby.
If so, that's really bummer.

Anyway I made a test room. So, if you interested in mahjong or having conversation,
please feel free to come.
I don't have intention to play mahjong especially. It's just test room.
What is more I can't do real time chat in English.
So don't hesitate to come.

test private room at tenho.
http://tenhou.net/0/?6705


963 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 05:58:14
I'm becoming sleepy gradually.
However they say the room exists for 24 hours at least without any player.
Therefore if I'm not there, you can still play with other people.

964 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 06:25:31
what's the first day of week in us and british? sunday or monday?

965 :イギリス人:2010/11/21(日) 06:42:08
>>964
Sunday, technically, though Monday's the start of the working week.
Calendars usually start on Sunday.

966 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 06:49:50
>>965 thank you

967 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 07:00:15
   Good night victims.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
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968 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 07:36:06
there are full of chinese and korean con mans on internet auction in Japan.
according to my experience. 1/2 of people are them.
especialy. chinese do it with organized. chinese communist party supports managing of cheat servers.
to attack market in japan and steal money illegaly.
there are even cheated auction sites by them.
internet look for japanese is like a hell.

969 :イギリス人:2010/11/21(日) 10:43:58
Wonder if thread 150 will be hijacked by Slim Shady. For Chat in English
100, we had Dom Pérignon rosé champagne instead of a tea...

970 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 13:27:07
>>960
150th thread should be celebrated with high end alchol drinks maybe?
Or we should stick to non-alchol drink not to get drunk or tipsy on weekdays,
some are under legal drinking age to boot...

Slim Shady appears out of nowhere, all of a sudden, without advance notice,
because he lives inside of you. Your mood, what happens to you in any given day are
one of the factors that decides if he'll make appearance in this/the next thread.

When your boss or supervisor is being mean to you on one day, then you could abuse somebody
here to release the stress you suffered from after work.
You could say that's the moment when your darkside is expanding its share in you, ie,
when Slim Shady in you are taking control of you. But if you abuse or
troll someone here in this thread, I never blame you.

Because, SLIM SHADY IS IN ALL OF US.

Even in prince William, of course, although it's widely known that
Slim Shady takes control of prince Henry more often. It's just that
prince William knows how to manage his Slim Shady in him. That doesn't
mean Slim Shady doesn't live inside of him. He DOES.

Again, regardless of age, sex, where you live, what culture you're in,
what you ate for breakfast today, how many times you poo in a week,
how many times you blink in a day,


"SLIM SHADY IS IN ALL OF US"

...and Noriaki is da real and no one is as cool as Cool TAK.

971 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 13:30:38
I mean to talk to >>969, not >>960.

Just in case, this is not what Slim Shady in me did. It's just that I needed to be
more careful. hehe

972 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 14:43:27
I am Slim Shady. if you see me, you are crazy ahahahaha

973 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 17:20:25
What a bunch of dorks..

974 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 17:42:48
   Good morning victims.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

975 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 18:21:59
Corpses? Victims?
Has our friend snapped from being called a cat one too many times?

976 :anon:2010/11/21(日) 18:38:49
how about 4chan?
you may enjoy and study more in many threads.


977 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 18:46:03
As I supposed, tenho don't allow us to have a chat during game.
That's a problem.
If you don't want to have a chat during play, tenho has no problem.

Is there another good place to play mahjong with resident of this thread?
I used to play at "東風荘". It's one of oldest Japanese online mahjong sites.
They allow to chat during game, however they require email address in registration
and do not offer private room.
So, it's difficult for us to be together at the same playing room.
In addition to that, they may or may not reject connection from oversea.

Umm...
Anyway I'm back to tenho private room now.


978 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 19:14:43
>>976
That's a poopy idea, but anything written in 'English' would be far better than this thread and in fact so many have already left.
So yea, why not.

979 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 19:46:00
A certain guy came to the tenho test room.
Thanks to him, we could confirm the room actually works.
Again, I appreciate you. thx.

It seems the current problem is how to get enough people to play.
Newbee is welcome. So don't hesitate to participate in.

Here is the link again for those who want to practice mahjong
against computer in advance for free.
ttp://www.gamedesign.jp/flash/mahjong/mahjong.html



980 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/21(日) 22:06:04
Chat in English (英語で雑談) Part 150
http://kamome.2ch.net/test/read.cgi/english/1290344681/

981 :イギリス人:2010/11/22(月) 00:15:40
>>979
I've been using that site for months, but only today realised they've
done a translation at:
http://www.gamedesign.jp/flash/mahjong/mahjong_e.html

Might help us foreigners to understand the names of hands. Though, I'm
still a little puzzled as to the significance of the centre tiles, as well
as why, sometimes, when I would be able to call 'Ron', it won't let me...

Anyway, would join in the real games, but have had a little too much work on
my hands these past few weeks. I'll give it a go next week sometime...

982 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 00:33:31
>>977
I have never had a problem playing tenho from the US.

983 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 00:37:00
>>974
You scared me.

984 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 02:45:45
how do you spell ''anticipation''??

985 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 03:36:48
>>981
This confused me for a while too - You need at least one yaku to be able to ron,
and dora doesn't count. If that error message pops up when you click ron, then
it means you've got a hand full of sets/runs and a pair, but your hand wouldn't
be worth points. I've found it's easier to avoid this if you keep your hand concealed
so that you can riichi or get pinfu/menzen tsumo

The tile in the middle that is flipped up is the dora indicator - if you have a hand
with the next tile in sequence after that (so, 4p if 3p is shown, south if east
is shown...) then you get extra points. In certain conditions, such as if someone
declares riichi, more tiles from that pile get turned over at the end of the round
and serve as additional dora for scoring. So, I think those center tiles are just
there to serve as potential dora.

Thanks for the link to the english version, I never knew about it.
I use this site to reference hands and rules when I play:
http://www.osamuko.com/complete-beginners-guide-to-online-mahjong-part-1-how-to-play/

986 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 03:50:04
>>981
I didn't realize they have English version of the Mahjong flash.
That can be great help to foreigner who want to play Mahjong.

In addition to what >>985 said, I suppose there are several possibility of what you said.
First, They may not have all combination of tiles that we can call Ron or Tsumo.

Second, You threw away the tile that you need for Ron at the round. We call it "Furiten".
for example, when the tiles for Ron are 1bamboo and 4bamboo, if you threw away
either of them until then at the round, you can't call Ron.
"Furiten" is one of difficult things for beginner to understand but I suppose you knew it already.
Anyway, even in this case, you can still call tsumo. in other words, you can't win by the tile other player
throw away but you can win by the tile you get yourself from stack of tiles.

>>985
From my point of view, your writing skill is great.
I can rely on you for those detailed explanations, can't I?

987 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 04:12:26
>>985
Ahh... I suppose you are Japanese from the first, but judging from using that reference site,
Do you happen to be a foreigner?
If so, no wonder your writing is great.
How embarrassing... w
I am surprised by your understanding to Mahjhong.





988 :イギリス人:2010/11/22(月) 04:31:12
>>985-986
Thanks very much for that information, it's really cleared up a couple
aspects that were a bit muddled in my mind. That link's also a great
reference. Usually I like to have references in the form of a book, but
there's surprisingly little published on the topic of Japanese Mahjong,
so will probably just print out what's useful on that page...

989 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 04:34:13
Young people shouldn't play Mahjong.
It'll sure to spoil your brain.

990 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 05:09:33
  \|/
  /⌒ヽ    / ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄
  | ゜Θ゜) < Not really.
  | ∵ つ   \___________
  | ∵ |
  \_/

991 :985:2010/11/22(月) 05:36:58
>>987
Yeah, I'm from the USA.
My understanding of mahjong is pretty shallow, I only started learning
about it a week or two ago. I forgot all about furiten, heh.
I'm idling in tenhou 6705 right now.

>>989
My brain is already spoiled, I'm afraid.

992 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 07:09:09
   Good night goddesses.

        (⌒ヽ:::::::::::'''''-,,
      <´・\  ::::::::::::::::::ヽ
       l  3 ハ::::::::::::::::::::::ヽ,
   ∫  .<、・_ (         )
   旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

993 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 10:02:14
in one day we turn from a victim to a goddess. is there further meaning?

994 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 19:14:44
   Good morning goddesses.

          ∧_∧
         ( ・ω⊂ヽ゛
         /    _ノ⌒⌒ヽ.
      ( ̄⊂人  //⌒   ノ
  旦 (⌒ ̄  ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄⌒)

995 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 20:55:09
good morning, dog

996 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 21:33:54
good morning,cat
I'm suppose to go to bed.


997 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 21:47:18
>>993

The goddess consists in your mind.


998 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 22:24:50
At long last, it's my question time!
How long is your chin-chin?
The last answer please.

999 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 22:29:41
No answer?
All women here?
Oh well.

1000 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2010/11/22(月) 22:36:48
( ^ω^)

1001 :1001:Over 1000 Thread
このスレッドは1000を超えました。
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