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Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?
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Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?


The first is flat-chested. The second is "healthy, happy, cheerful, energetic"
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Gafennec wrote:

Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?

www.google.com


A sample pettanko: Nana


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asharka wrote:


Gafennec wrote:

Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?


The first is flat-chested. The second is "healthy, happy, cheerful, energetic"


Thank you. Much obliged.
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I was being serious. I was hoping somebody had a website that listed 'common' anime terms (esp. about characters) that I could use. Thank you for responding though.
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asharka wrote:


Gafennec wrote:

Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?


The first is flat-chested. The second is "healthy, happy, cheerful, energetic"


correction a pettanko isn't necessarily flat chested but rather a girl with breasts between flat and average who's obsessed with her chest size due to self awareness
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Dariamus wrote:


Gafennec wrote:

Uhm . . pettanko? Genki? Anybody have an Anime - English dictionary handy?

www.google.com


A sample pettanko: Nana




NANA CHAN!!!!!!!!
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Gafennec wrote:


Dariamus wrote:




I was being serious. I was hoping somebody had a website that listed 'common' anime terms (esp. about characters) that I could use. Thank you for responding though.

I was at least semi-serious.

Typing either phrase into google gives you the definition from urbandictionary.com

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Dariamus wrote:

I was at least semi-serious.

Typing either phrase into google gives you the definition from urbandictionary.com



But couldn't you have pointed me to urbandictionary.com in the first place? Thanks for bringing that website to my attention.
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Half of them will be flat-chested. Most will be either blonde or redhead. Less than half will have twin tails. About a quarter of them will have all of the above.
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PhantomGundam wrote:

Half of them will be flat-chested. Most will be either blonde or redhead. Less than half will have twin tails. About a quarter of them will have all of the above.
Flat-chested. Redhair.
Why is it that people instantly equate tsundere to being a female character?

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Posted 10/22/15 , edited 10/22/15
twin tails

edit: actually I agree with everyone else.....flat chest = tsundere xD
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Balzack wrote:

Red hair.
More petite than other characters.
Twin tails.
Some type of committee arm band.
Fancier school uniforms.

No real hard and fast rules though because there are a variety of different types.

Well, Izumi from Another was tsundere at first, but later revealed to be Semi-Yandere. She has all of those features as well.
Posted 10/22/15

Gafennec wrote:


Dariamus wrote:

I was at least semi-serious.

Typing either phrase into google gives you the definition from urbandictionary.com



But couldn't you have pointed me to urbandictionary.com in the first place? Thanks for bringing that website to my attention.


http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/lexicon.php


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