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Post Reply Does it put you off when people replace English words with Japanese ones?
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I generally don't care unless they overkill it.
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Posted 8/9/16
How else are they supposed to practice?

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i could care less...let people talk however they want to talk...mix up as many languages you want lol...its whatever
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Posted 8/9/16

jtjumper wrote:

"She has really nice oppai."


Great example. What's wrong with you?

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Posted 8/9/16
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Nice post and wonderful reviews also
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Posted 8/9/16
I do it sometimes on accident
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Nope since everyone was doing it when I started going on the net. What bugs me though is when people talk like "*name*-chan is sho kawaii desu" all the bloody time. When roleplaying it's tolerable I guess but when it's not then just uuuuggghhh stop.
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Posted 8/10/16 , edited 8/10/16
Depends. Usually it's kind of weird because it doesn't fit the sentence structure.
Stop saying kawaii in english and use the word cute, da fuk is wrong with you people.
I'm unsure about honorifics I have had a past girlfriend and boyfriend (both asian but not japanese) that would call me Ashie-kun and
while it was a bit to cutesy for me I didn't mind all that much.
Her sister would refer to me as little brother in chinese even though she was only a year older.
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Posted 8/10/16
Yes it does.
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Posted 8/10/16
Neutral.

As long as they do not believe they are Japanese.
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Posted 8/10/16
Depends on how its being used. I mean I'll use Japanese words when talking about character arch types (tsudere, yandere) etc, or name of a genre, but not randomly substituting Japanese words for English words.

Using Japanese honorifics when talking in English with someone sounds weird and using words such as kawaii or desu every other second can get on my nerves.
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Posted 8/11/16
It do not brother me much since it can allow me to be familiar of some Japanese words.
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Posted 8/11/16 , edited 8/11/16
To me 'Kawaii' is different than cute (Compare Rilakkuma to a kitten e.t.c, so I use 'Kawaii' a lot for Kawaii things since the world of Kawaii is different than what you would find if you search 'cute') so I often use Japanese phrases. People do it with french or spanish all the time (E.G. Au Revoir) so using Japanese phrases with my mum, friends or online like oyasumi (It sounds cuter than 'good night' )so unless I'm with an authority figure I like using them as well ^^ Obviously I don't include 'desu' with english since it sounds weird with english and doesn't make any sense unless paired with Japanese words.
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Posted 8/15/16 , edited 8/15/16

sena3927 wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

"She has really nice oppai."


Great example. What's wrong with you?



I'll never tell! Muhaha!
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