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English Speaking Cyclical Thread daitouryou Board owner 10/07/2016 (Fri) 11:30:39 [Preview] No. 1542
English-Only!

It's not cyclical anymore and it doesn't have to be only English.
Edited last time by daitouryou on 01/27/2017 (Fri) 15:50:55.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 11:48:11 [Preview] No. 1581 del
hamburgers


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 11:56:50 [Preview] No. 1600 del
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Defiant!


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:07:30 [Preview] No. 1620 del
Yeah, I'm tochaki coming from librechan.
Nice to meet you.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:08:48 [Preview] No. 1626 del
Hello daitouryou,

pleased to meet you!


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:18:20 [Preview] No. 1651 del
I am pen!
I am pen!


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:21:44 [Preview] No. 1659 del
Somewhere in Nevada...


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:35:17 [Preview] No. 1693 del
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Tomb Raider 3 Nevada Level


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とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:38:35 [Preview] No. 1702 del
twintail hair girl must be flat bust.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:40:13 [Preview] No. 1709 del
I permit Moruhito.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 12:40:13 [Preview] No. 1710 del
>>1702
agree


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:10:23 [Preview] No. 1782 del
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We are happy to have librejp here!

I'm curious: Why did you leave 2ch? to come to librechan?

It's interesting to learn about..


daitouryou Board owner 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:20:35 [Preview] No. 1808 del
>>1782
Sadly, librechan shut down, and endchan being the next best thing, we decided to come here.


daitouryou Board owner 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:25:21 [Preview] No. 1816 del
>>1782

Oh I see I haven't answered your question. I'll let the others answer it.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:40:27 [Preview] No. 1847 del
ffs I love how much OC you guys make.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:47:34 [Preview] No. 1865 del
Hi
I am real yellow monkey

Thank you.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 13:56:15 [Preview] No. 1879 del
>>1542

I scream, you scream. We all scream for ice cream.


とちゃき 10/07/2016 (Fri) 19:35:54 [Preview] No. 2279 del
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FUGGG THERE'S RULES NOW


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 01:09:29 [Preview] No. 2446 del
>>1816
Hey daitouryou, can I ask you something too?
Which country do you come from?
Are you a native English speaker?
If you like jap, why do you like jap?


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 05:39:23 [Preview] No. 2559 del
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And now you do what they told ya = Nugget watte touchan = Split the nugget, dad


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 05:42:28 [Preview] No. 2560 del
>>2559
Those who died = dousundai? = what now?


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 13:59:46 [Preview] No. 3160 del
>>1782
>Why did you leave 2ch?

aren't they from 2chan not 2ch?

>>1808
Why here and not 2chan.net though?


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 14:01:58 [Preview] No. 3161 del
>>3160
2chan was DDOSed for some days, and some people didn't go back once it was back on.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 15:04:43 [Preview] No. 3259 del
>>3161
who DDOS'd it?

how did you find librechan?


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 17:14:37 [Preview] No. 3507 del
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What if there was a man who was a dog? He was a man, but he was also a dog. He was the world's doggiest man. He would ask for help and he would be desperate. We need to help him.
There is a certain shitpost dog that you must keep an eye on. Watch for the shitpost dog. You will see great things from this pup, the shitpost pup. You should watch for this dog, he will do something great.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 18:40:06 [Preview] No. 3603 del
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I would like to learn about japanese imageboard culture.
私は日本の画像掲示板の文化について学びたいです。

Can you explain about "tea"?
あなたは「お茶」について説明できますか?

In the west we say "take it easy", is this similar?
私たちが言う西では、これは似ている、「簡単にそれを取りますか"?


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 18:49:46 [Preview] No. 3612 del
>>3603
In Japanese,"お茶を飲め"(literal translation: drink a cup of greentea) means "calm down" or "take it easy" as you said.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:21:54 [Preview] No. 3637 del
>>3507
ty pupper


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:34:05 [Preview] No. 3639 del
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>>3507
boin ga hitotsu...


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:34:30 [Preview] No. 3640 del
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>>3639
boin ga futatsu...


[aa][/aa] とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:34:46 [Preview] No. 3641 del
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    ゜゚・*:..。.★。◎@.。○☆。..:*・゜
 ゜゚・*:..。.。◯@☆*・゜★。。.:*・☆*・。..:*・゜
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  ◎*◇*・。:◎.。..★*★.:☆◇*.:・☆*'
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       \       /  
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     ( ´∀`)..∞  
     /  つ つ.△  
   ~(   ノ
     しし'


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:34:57 [Preview] No. 3642 del
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>>3640
ookii boin mou hitotsu...


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:35:26 [Preview] No. 3643 del
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>>3642
kaze ni yureru kappa...
(it's a toilet)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:36:06 [Preview] No. 3645 del
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>>3643
otto inu o wasurecha nanneeeeee


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:36:40 [Preview] No. 3646 del
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>>3645
(yatsu no hara wa makkuro sa!)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:37:02 [Preview] No. 3647 del
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(yatsu no hara makkuro sa!)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:37:32 [Preview] No. 3648 del
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biscotti motasetara

A to iu ma ni shittopostdog!


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:38:02 [Preview] No. 3649 del
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*trumpet noises*


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:38:42 [Preview] No. 3650 del
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Kyo-ou mo hashiru
(screw the pooch)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:39:25 [Preview] No. 3651 del
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Sabaku no nakaniiiii!
(even if I have something better to do)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:39:57 [Preview] No. 3652 del
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Ashita mo kakeru!
(gegeru)


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 20:40:39 [Preview] No. 3653 del
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(bone-chan o geto suru made)

(bone-chan o geto suru made)

(bone-chan o geto suru made)


inochi o kakete tsuppashiru

Tsuppashiru!

*harmonica noises*


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 21:55:06 [Preview] No. 3677 del
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>このスレ


Anonymous 10/08/2016 (Sat) 21:56:38 [Preview] No. 3678 del
私は英語を話す人があまりにも破壊的ではありません願っています


Anonymous 10/08/2016 (Sat) 21:57:17 [Preview] No. 3679 del
English Speakr: Name=Anonymous
日本のスピーカー: Name=とちゃき


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 22:01:27 [Preview] No. 3680 del
>>3678
Is this guy calling us shitposters


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 22:56:18 [Preview] No. 3701 del
>>3678
どうだ
そのレベルに?!


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 22:57:31 [Preview] No. 3703 del
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>>3680
Yes but he doesn't know what shitposting is either.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 22:58:27 [Preview] No. 3704 del
>>3680
I don't understand what he means.
The sentence means "I wish English speakers aren't destructive too much.
I think this "destructive" sounds strange.
I guess he wanted to say "offensive", "bad at Japanese", or something.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 22:59:51 [Preview] No. 3705 del
>>3703
シットポッストっていうは

俺の方だぞ


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 23:02:51 [Preview] No. 3706 del
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>>3705
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 23:04:11 [Preview] No. 3707 del
"破滅的ではありません願っています"is incorrect Japanese.
"破滅的でないことを願っています" is correct.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 23:07:56 [Preview] No. 3708 del
>>3706
Calm down and have some tea.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 23:26:26 [Preview] No. 3720 del
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>>3708
That's just some ancient delicious copypasta.
You guys are on foreign imageboard soil now so you're going to have gaijins posting around either way, might as well display some of the accomplishments of western imageboard culture so you guys can get a knack for it while you're around.


とちゃき 10/08/2016 (Sat) 23:52:30 [Preview] No. 3742 del
>>3720
Yeah, I also think it's a fast way to learn language.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 00:14:00 [Preview] No. 3751 del
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>>3742
While we're at it friendly tip - don't take in grammar from posts containing words "memes" and "dude".


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 00:34:42 [Preview] No. 3755 del
>>3751
お前のミームスはファッキンやつ


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 00:38:17 [Preview] No. 3758 del
>>3751
I get it.
It's a considerate stance on international board.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 01:23:51 [Preview] No. 3780 del
>>3755
needs more だぜ at the end


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 01:39:54 [Preview] No. 3790 del
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>>3751
I use the word dude, and meme as well, yet my grammar isn't a complete shit show. This is some seriously shit advice you gave to the Jap bro.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 01:48:22 [Preview] No. 3795 del
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>>3648
Biscotti? Hey, that's "cookies" where I come from


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 01:55:02 [Preview] No. 3802 del
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>>3795
Eres Italiano?


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:02:58 [Preview] No. 3805 del
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>>3802
Yep dude


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:07:06 [Preview] No. 3807 del
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>>3805
Shieeet, your tongue is so similar to Spanish at times I sometimes watch some of your TV Shows without subs. So far everything I've seen is shit, but still it's pretty fun to see what may very well be the mother of one of my native tongues. That said fix your shit in the south breh, I hear it looks like a Muslim paradise.

Not as bad as France though RIP in Peaces France.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:12:06 [Preview] No. 3811 del
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>>3790
Fuck your memes and fuck your dude.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:14:33 [Preview] No. 3813 del
I can't understand to hear differancy between Italiano and español...


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:20:01 [Preview] No. 3815 del
>>3807
Yeah TV here is shiet, I never watch it.

And yes, spanish and italian sound similar but we never have a word ending with a consonant while half of spanish words seems to end with "s".
It's sometimes more similar to japanese in cadence and musicality, lòl.

To be honest there aren't much muslims in the south, but southernerns themselves may as well be muslim with jesus replacing mohammed, they have muslim mentality and way of life, some of us in the north even want secession you know?

Also, here's a little gift.
Welcome to endchan!


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 02:31:26 [Preview] No. 3821 del
What do they call memes in Japan? Is it ネタ?


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:00:12 [Preview] No. 3827 del
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>>3815
>welcome to endchan

I've always been here, I'm not a Jap.

>>3811
Fuck you Baltimore! You don't tell me who to fuck!

>>3813
Unless you learn one of them, you won't.

あなたはがべんきょうだITALIANまたはESPAÑOLじゃない、あなたは ぜったい まさかわかるいません


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:14:56 [Preview] No. 3836 del
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>>3827
Oh, that's pretty awkward...well, welcome to the japfugees, then.

If you want a quick way to find out if it's italian or not without studying it it's this. If you hear any words not ending in a vowel:

A あ
I い
U う
E え
O お

Then it's probably not italian.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:16:53 [Preview] No. 3837 del
>>3821
Yes, that word is pretty much close.
In some places, just simple transliteration 「ミーム」 or 「ネットミーム」(internet memes) will do.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:20:05 [Preview] No. 3839 del
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>>3836
Don't forget about the "S", you're the one that mentioned it in the first place after all. Nor should we forget the lisp as fuck Spanish S that sounds like a "th" due to the lack of ceseo. Granted not all Spaniards have the lack of ceseo, but experience has showed me that the commoners do.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:28:21 [Preview] No. 3841 del
>>3837
why ミーム and not メメ


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:30:37 [Preview] No. 3844 del
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>>3841
Are you serious brah?

It's not pronounced maymay/mehmeh, it's pronounced MEEEEEEEEEM.


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:31:02 [Preview] No. 3845 del
>>3839
I'm only speaking for my language, can't speak for spanish, even if they're so similar i usually can understand 60-80% of spanish, can't really say how spanish words end. But i'm sure italian words only end in vowels, and the ones who don't are adopted foreign words, usually tech related like "computer" etc..


>>3837

I'm curious, did any meme from the western boardsphere take off in the eastern one?


とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 03:35:31 [Preview] No. 3849 del
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>>3845
2nded, we've always share memes with you even from the days of yore back on 4chan. But I really can't tell which ones actually become a hit or not. As far as I know this became a forced meme over there too, not just here in the west. Granted I always liked it due to how non-sensical it is.


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MeeM


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とちゃき 10/09/2016 (Sun) 23:58:37 [Preview] No. 4721 del
Sorry to bother but maybe someone here will be willing to help me.
I tried every combination in name dictionary and only options that clicked were Masayuki Yamada and Koji Ono after throwing out 蓮 and 中. Is it another sort of 'nummeration' like 上中下 or something else entirely?


とちゃき 10/10/2016 (Mon) 00:00:34 [Preview] No. 4723 del
遠慮なく、日本語でも構わない。


とちゃき 10/10/2016 (Mon) 01:01:53 [Preview] No. 4743 del
I guess his name is Hasuyamada and Nakaono.


とちゃき 10/10/2016 (Mon) 01:11:35 [Preview] No. 4747 del
>>4721
中尾 and 尾野 are moderately popular family name so 中尾野 sounds to be existence but rarely or fictional.
蓮山田 sounds more fictional to me, but it is OK in fictions as you noticed 蓮 sounds prefix like.
I think 蓮 is not used such a way but we remind buddhism from 蓮-lotus so such in-naturalistic namme can be used to suggest relationship to buddhism or such wisdomfullness of the character.


とちゃき 10/10/2016 (Mon) 01:46:18 [Preview] No. 4761 del
>>4743
Thanks.
>>4747
>蓮 sounds prefix like.
At first I thought it might have something to do with that flower on the left of his portrait so I searched the net to see if there's a custom of adding 'lotus' prefix before the name of victor of elections (I remember 5 petal sakura flower is used to mark a near perfect score on tests) but I haven't found anything and 中 kinda threw that interpretation out of window (中 not being a flower).
So just weird surnames, no particular function.
Thanks.


mona mona#uQQ8Fq 10/11/2016 (Tue) 00:22:22 [Preview] No. 5326 del
ダイスは今迅速な応答からの作品!


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 06:00:24 [Preview] No. 5425 del
>>5326
日本語でおk


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 06:17:46 [Preview] No. 5431 del
>>5425
モナリニンサンだ口を慎め


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 06:31:15 [Preview] No. 5435 del
>>5431
Shut the fuck up.
I just said the truth.


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 06:46:02 [Preview] No. 5439 del
ネタにマジレス


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 06:53:35 [Preview] No. 5441 del
>>5439
Watch your mouth.


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 07:09:01 [Preview] No. 5442 del


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 07:14:32 [Preview] No. 5445 del
English ok


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とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 14:27:18 [Preview] No. 5776 del
I discussed the censorship problem of western internet with the #librejp IRC.

I'm sorry if I talked too much...


mona#uQQ8Fq 10/11/2016 (Tue) 22:32:46 [Preview] No. 5879 del
Rolled 3, 4 = 7 (2d6)

カタログHIDE!

>>>/operate/5087


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 22:47:34 [Preview] No. 5881 del
カタログHideが出来るようになるんですか!?
やった!


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 22:54:34 [Preview] No. 5882 del
>>5776
Don't worry about it.


とちゃき 10/11/2016 (Tue) 23:10:14 [Preview] No. 5884 del
>>5879
Excellent!!
You're a quick worker!!


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とちゃき 10/14/2016 (Fri) 19:04:02 [Preview] No. 7962 del
with tea


daitouryou Board owner 10/15/2016 (Sat) 18:56:27 [Preview] No. 8701 del
Join #librejp_en on Rizon for discussions in English!


とちゃき 10/15/2016 (Sat) 20:03:10 [Preview] No. 8704 del
Filthy gaijin here, I have a question. Do you guys drink green tea only? Because that's pretty much the only type of tea you seem to produce. It's all green.


とちゃき 10/15/2016 (Sat) 20:53:00 [Preview] No. 8707 del
>>8701

IRCs are scary.


とちゃき 10/15/2016 (Sat) 21:51:44 [Preview] No. 8712 del
>>8704
良く分からないけど緑茶しか飲まないのってこと?
普通に紅茶もほうじ茶もコーヒーも何でも飲むよ

When only green tea drinks though I do not understand it well, is it a thing?
The tea and the roasted tea and coffee swallow anything up commonly


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 00:12:19 [Preview] No. 8724 del
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>>8704
Japanese people drink various kind of teas.
You can get them easily at a convenience store here. Black tea, green tea, oolong tea, jasmine tea, anything.
Green tea is the most popular tea, though.


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 01:55:30 [Preview] No. 8739 del
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>>8701
>irc

I prefer my shitposting to be "100%" (not really) anonymous.


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 05:23:33 [Preview] No. 8770 del
>>7863
Ask odilitime on twitter or on /operate/


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 11:46:53 [Preview] No. 8970 del
>>8724
Right. I was asking because when I'm buying teas from China, the selection is insane. On the other hand, teas from Japan are all just variations of sencha. You have ordinary sencha, sencha fukamushi, sencha karigane, gyokuro (sencha grown in half shade), genmaicha (sencha with rice) etc.


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 12:52:36 [Preview] No. 8999 del
>>8970
Ah, true. Sencha and its variations are definitely a majority... but not a monopoly. I personally prefer barley tea!


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 15:48:59 [Preview] No. 9060 del
I like red tea instead.


とちゃき 10/16/2016 (Sun) 15:54:30 [Preview] No. 9063 del
>>9060
>red tea
Oh, so black tea is known as red tea in Japan? I thought that was only the case in China, but I guess it applies to all of Asia.


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 01:39:21 [Preview] No. 9153 del
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>>8970
Oh, I see. I guess you went shopping at this kind of specialty shop or its site, so it doesn't have other kind of teas.
For your information, green teas at a specialty shop taste better than others. Why don't you drink it once if you have never drunk it.


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 01:58:52 [Preview] No. 9158 del
>>9063
That's right. They call it 紅茶 [kōcha]. 紅 means red, and 茶 means tea.


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 02:32:04 [Preview] No. 9166 del
>>3821
>>3837
>>3841
>>3844
>1992年、tvkのCYBER MEMEです。
>終端に、TPDのよねみーとの対談を含みます。

neat


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 11:50:32 [Preview] No. 9282 del
>>9153
I buy my teas from specialized tea exporters (or even directly from the farm if they have their own website). I don't drink the commonly available stuff. All my teas are imported.

I have had good experience with japanese teas. I still have some shincha gyokuro I got from a farm in Uji, Kyoto. It's delicious. Personally, I prefer chinese teas though.


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 16:21:55 [Preview] No. 9407 del
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my tears are real


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 18:27:30 [Preview] No. 9422 del
Yes, hello?


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>>9422
hello, I put labels on OL-chan.


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とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 19:42:06 [Preview] No. 9436 del
>>9424
>>9425
>>9426
>>9427
No more OL-chan ??


とちゃき 10/17/2016 (Mon) 20:26:03 [Preview] No. 9442 del
>>9436
there's more on his twitter but I don't have translations
https://twitter.com/black9arrows


とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 00:46:30 [Preview] No. 9494 del
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とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 01:22:46 [Preview] No. 9498 del
>>9494
I'll donate as much as she wants if it's for ika-chan.


とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 02:03:03 [Preview] No. 9505 del
What do 2chan users think of 4chan and 8chan?


とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 08:41:32 [Preview] No. 9528 del
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WHAT DO YOU GOOKS THINK ABOUT PORN CENSORSHIP?

FOR FUCKS SAKES, YOU CAN SHOW A CHILDREN BEING TORTURED WITH A BRANDING IRON TO DEATH BUT, THANK GOD, THEY MOSAIC CENSOR THE PUSSY, I'M TOO PRUDISH TO SEE A RAW PUSSY.

I'm not even upset, but dick/pussy censorship is beyond stupid.


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とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 12:15:53 [Preview] No. 9634 del
>>9505
4ch was I think the personal sites that made you like Futaba, 8ch did not know even exist
4ch heard and no longer be able to use free citizens is hijacked by companies
I think that there is a need to distinguish between the writing of companies and citizens


とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 17:13:18 [Preview] No. 9834 del
>>9528
^ being upset as fuck


とちゃき 10/18/2016 (Tue) 22:18:16 [Preview] No. 9889 del
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Is this accurate? in 2016 France, Germany and Britain would be Muslims LOL

これは正確ですか? 2016年でフランスとドイツとイギリスはイスラム教徒になります。(笑)


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とちゃき 10/19/2016 (Wed) 00:01:54 [Preview] No. 9897 del
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>>9528
>makes it to Endchan
>is somehow too retarded to know that the censorship law is as old as WWII and hasn't been repealed due to how complacent people are in Japan

A better question is why hasn't anyone had the balls to repeal it before plummeting birth rates were an issue.


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>>9889
>これは正確ですか? 2016年でフランスとドイツとイギリスはイスラム教徒になります。(笑)



No, but white people are certainly having a SEVERE drop in replacement birth rates even worse than Japan. We're talking negatives here, sure Japan BARELY has a positive birth rate index, but at least they don't have to put up with negatives and uncontrolled immigration.

いいえです。でもホワイトにんげん負のたんじょうvsにほんじん遅いです誕生。にほんじん誕生正数て無制御されていない移民。


とちゃき 10/19/2016 (Wed) 04:38:32 [Preview] No. 10043 del
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>>9897
There's no law in Japan requiring censorship, just one banning the distribution or display of obscene material (刑法第175条 if you're interested). The censoring is the loophole everyone has agreed upon that lets them get around it (自主規制 - "voluntary restraints"). I don't know what censoring porn and declining birthrates could possibly have to do with one another, but you aren't going to see anyone challenge the laws for the same reason you don't see any of the soapland businesses challenging prostitution laws or pachinko parlors challenging gambling laws. They enjoy a nice but delicate grey area. While challenging those laws could result in them being repealed, it's just as likely that doing so would put those grey areas under more intense scrutiny and ruin what they've already got. Individuals obviously aren't going to do anything about it since that's a lot of money and time, and politicians aren't going to because it's bad for their reputation. Almost every other country in the world has obscenity laws as well, but no one ever challenges them either.


とちゃき 10/19/2016 (Wed) 06:10:28 [Preview] No. 10057 del
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>>9897
a better question is, why must you agitate this stater of moronic grievances?


とちゃき 10/19/2016 (Wed) 20:51:11 [Preview] No. 10417 del
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>>9906
having a baby seems irrationally dangerous when your race is a second class citizen that invaders are allowed to freely groom and rape with no consequences.


とちゃき 10/20/2016 (Thu) 18:28:57 [Preview] No. 10740 del
Eye of Sauron
http://endchan.xyz/.static/sauron.html

Feature that let's you see the happening in real time. If you want to set it for you. Click the star on the boards page then check the box on eos. Now you can reply fast to anything new.

Makes things less dead feeling!

If you want to reach EoS if you lose this link. Click the eye on the homepage.


とちゃき 10/21/2016 (Fri) 01:49:32 [Preview] No. 10817 del
>>10417
True, however were it not for the plummeting birth rates the politicians wouldn't be letting in all the shitskins into European countries.

Agh, I wish my Jap were good enough to TL that, but it's not, too complex for me.


とちゃき 10/22/2016 (Sat) 18:13:15 [Preview] No. 12138 del
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Been learning about KOBE and WAGYU beef

Learned about this legendary beefboy called Yasufuku.


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とちゃき 10/23/2016 (Sun) 19:18:24 [Preview] No. 12509 del
Test


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reading a new manga


とちゃき 11/03/2016 (Thu) 01:33:06 [Preview] No. 15438 del
>>15437
モナさん可愛い絵で切ない系の漫画が好きなのかな?
Does Mona like a cartoon of the painful system for pretty pictures?


とちゃき 11/05/2016 (Sat) 19:52:19 [Preview] No. 16444 del
Bump.

Anyone running Linux here? I heard it's not very popular in Japan...


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 13:12:17 [Preview] No. 17730 del
We japanese are bad at English.
So that we use the translation site.
Sorry...
I appreciate your continued support!

Is the last sentence that I wrote right...?


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 13:29:24 [Preview] No. 17756 del
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By the way, do you know this game?


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 13:39:57 [Preview] No. 17774 del
ラジオの人こっち来るかな?

Does person this of the radio come?


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 13:49:25 [Preview] No. 17787 del
>>17774
来てくれるなら、残りの質問に答えたりしてほしいかな
If a radio person comes, I would like you to answer the remaining questions


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>>17787
>>17774
おちんぽ気持ちだラジオです

I came on the radio once.


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 16:40:47 [Preview] No. 17965 del
おちんぽ!?
penis!?


とちゃき 11/10/2016 (Thu) 16:49:15 [Preview] No. 17968 del
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chīmpo!


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 01:58:14 [Preview] No. 17990 del
im very suck engrish writ and read so I dont understand how difference between yuropeans and japanese in this thread cuz this place's not displayed country flags now my head get shamnles


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:14:46 [Preview] No. 17992 del
>>17990
I am Japanese but i don't care that
Here everyone is tochaki, that's all


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:18:00 [Preview] No. 17993 del
>>17992
yea that's you're right but im japanese too


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:54:55 [Preview] No. 17996 del
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>>17993
But if you guys are Japs what am I? Filthy baka gaijin? If so I'm the filthiest.


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:55:40 [Preview] No. 17997 del
Hello I'm here to get a get, don't mind me.


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:56:00 [Preview] No. 17998 del
>>17997
Cool, but not the get I'm looking for


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>>17999

CZECH'EM


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 02:57:54 [Preview] No. 18001 del
>>18000
Fugg, good enough


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 03:04:59 [Preview] No. 18003 del
>>17996
nah m8. i will dont think baka gaijin and everyone think such a thing... i just guess you're not japanese, right?


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 03:30:10 [Preview] No. 18004 del
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>>18003
What if I'm just you samefagging pretending to be Jap and not a filthy baka gaijin?


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 03:41:33 [Preview] No. 18005 del
>>18004
>What if I'm just you samefagging pretending to be Jap and not a filthy baka gaijin?
umm why do u think so?
What I wanted to just say was even if you're not japanese, what must thing to worry are nothing.


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 04:31:44 [Preview] No. 18009 del
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We are cosmopolitan of nevada!


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 04:58:30 [Preview] No. 18013 del
>>18005
Come on, let's stop this charade, clearly I am you, posting in this thread. And therefore you are me. We think, therefore we are.


とちゃき 11/11/2016 (Fri) 05:29:16 [Preview] No. 18015 del
>>18013
ok it enough already. that's wut i wanna say"Come on" then こっちの質問には一切答えてはくれないみたいだからもう十分だ疲れた時間を取らせて悪かった


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Let's talk about cute cat!


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greedy cats!


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とちゃき 11/12/2016 (Sat) 09:23:23 [Preview] No. 18200 del
>>18177
>ミルクちゃんはお風呂に入ってとってもごきげん
Milk is very happy to have a bath.
>お風呂とっても気持ち良いにゃん
"The bath feels so good ~meow~"


とちゃき 11/12/2016 (Sat) 13:25:40 [Preview] No. 18252 del
>>18015
Clearly you have a double personality disorder, hence I also do because I am you. And while we understood the text and even wrote it out, I will respond in English and broken Japanese. Due tot he clearly double personality disorder.

Someone will respond to this existentialist crisis we have. For you see we are you and you are me.


明らかにあなたは二重人格障害を持っているので、私もあなたのために私もやっています。 私たちは文章を理解し、それを書いただけでも、英語と壊れた日本語で対応します。 彼は明確に二重人格障害のために。

誰かがこの実存主義的危機に対応するでしょう。 あなたは私たちがあなたであり、あなたが私であることを見て。


とちゃき 11/12/2016 (Sat) 23:25:01 [Preview] No. 18312 del
>>18252
I don't understand wutt you wanna say and why r u so mad about what? tell me the it first.
お前が何を言いたいのかわからないし何について怒ってるの? 最初にそれを教えてくれ


とちゃき 11/12/2016 (Sat) 23:40:40 [Preview] No. 18313 del
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>>18312
There is no anger, only singularity.

怒りはなく、特異性のみです。


とちゃき 11/12/2016 (Sat) 23:41:51 [Preview] No. 18314 del
話の流れがよく分からない
I do not understand the flow of the talk
そんなときは絵で伝えよう
Let's tell by painting in such a case


とちゃき 11/13/2016 (Sun) 00:22:58 [Preview] No. 18319 del
>>18314
btw A small topic before I'm going out.
I think seems that the とちゃき overall English skills are up as I feeling. It would be become lively to has English exchange more everyone with
hopefully it surly will be an enjoyable exchange.
ところでちょっとした話
個人的にとちゅき達の英語能力が上がってるように感じるこのまま英語交流も盛り上がればいいねきっと楽しくなるだろうから


とちゃき 11/15/2016 (Tue) 08:13:43 [Preview] No. 18833 del
How to say daitouryou as the third person?
he or she ?


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>>18833
>>18834
だが彼の正体はCIAですら掴めない
But I cannot catch his real nature even in CIA
おそらくdaitouryouという名前も偽名だろう
Probably the name called daitouryou will be a false name, too


とちゃき 11/15/2016 (Tue) 13:04:37 [Preview] No. 18935 del
スレッドをみてるみんな、ほかにも質問があればどんどん書き込んでね
If all, others watching a thread have a question, write in it steadily
別に日本のこと以外でも大丈夫だよ、答えられるかは分からないけど
I do not know whether it is answered other than the Japanese thing particularly good
ただし政治の話はdaitouryouが嫌うから駄目よ
But it is no use because the talk of the politics is harmful to daitouryou


とちゃき 11/15/2016 (Tue) 15:27:06 [Preview] No. 19073 del
>>18935
Your opinion on western comics?


とちゃき 11/15/2016 (Tue) 15:54:59 [Preview] No. 19076 del
>>18935
Google translation is fool.
Googleの翻訳は愚かです。


とちゃき 11/16/2016 (Wed) 13:45:10 [Preview] No. 19222 del
>>19073
>asterix-no-densetsu-japanese[1].pdf
I don't know what is what...
Gauls had drugs?


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>>19073
日本語翻訳されているんだ、ありがたい
I am thankful for Japanese translation


カエサルってことは、歴史を基にしたファンタジー物かな
Is Caesar the fantasy thing that the thing was based on the history?
若干ワンピースっぽいけど
it is a one piece a little
人物はどちらが敵か味方か分かりづらいかな・・・
Kana ... that the person is hard to know which is an enemy or a friend
漫画の迫力はすごいある、最後の夜のシーンの雰囲気が好き
The force of comics likes atmospheres of the night scene of a certain great last
技名言うところがすごく少年漫画っぽい
The skill excellent; when say, roll it; is a boys' comic extremely-like


でもMarvel Comicsや、DCcomicsと全然違って
But it is entirely different from Marvel Comics and DCcomics
日本人でも読みやすい漫画だと思う
and even a Japanese thinks that it is the comics that it is easy to read


とちゃき 11/16/2016 (Wed) 14:22:11 [Preview] No. 19226 del
>>19073
表紙の絵と全然違いますけど
It is entirely different from the picture of the cover
これは日本向けにされたものですか?
Is this a thing done for Japan?


とちゃき 11/16/2016 (Wed) 19:17:41 [Preview] No. 19251 del
>>19073
調べてみたら欧州では凄く有名な漫画みたいだね
I am like very famous comics in Europe if I check it
ただ残念ながら、それすら知られて無いほど日本での欧州漫画の知名度は低いよ・・・
Unfortunately the popularity of Europe comics in Japan is only low so that even it is known, and there is not it, ...
個人的にはブラックサッドは集めてるけど・・・
Though Blacksad attracts it personally; ...


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俺エスパー検定3級だけど、↑のpdfはアステリックスとゴート族のナルトパロだと思う
I passed the third level of the psychic abilities test. and I assume that the above PDF file is a parody of "NARUTO" and "Asterix and Goths".


とちゃき 11/18/2016 (Fri) 00:13:56 [Preview] No. 19585 del


とちゃき 11/19/2016 (Sat) 08:33:06 [Preview] No. 19760 del
>>19251
I liked reading it when I was a kid.
小さい頃は私も愛読してた

I also liked Tintin.
Tintinも好きだった 

But apparently he's called "Tantan" in Japanese because "Tintin" sounds funny.
でも、Tintinって言う名が日本語で微妙だから、日本語版では主人公は「タンタン」になっているらしいね


とちゃき 11/19/2016 (Sat) 09:21:21 [Preview] No. 19769 del
>>19760
日本でチンチンは不味いね、男性器のもっとも一般的な呼び方だ。
Tintin is bad in Japan, it is the most common name of male genitals.
日本で一番有名なフランスの漫画家はメビウスだと思う、フォロワーも多いよ
There are many followers thinking that the most famous French comic artist is Moebius in Japan


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とちゃき 11/20/2016 (Sun) 08:16:29 [Preview] No. 19987 del
Plz notice love, senpai.


とちゃき 11/20/2016 (Sun) 14:27:17 [Preview] No. 20040 del
>>19987
>Plz notice love
https://youtube.com/watch?v=DWVsFxCjATE [Embed]


とちゃき 11/20/2016 (Sun) 18:32:42 [Preview] No. 20103 del
>>19760
タンタンのシリーズ作品は日本では非常に有名です。
The series work of Tintin is very famous in Japan.
タンタンは多くの小学校の図書室に置いてあります。
Tintin is in many primary school libraries.
漫画やバンドデシネよりも絵本が欧州から多く輸入されています。
Many picture books are imported from Europe than cartoon and band descine.


とちゃき 11/21/2016 (Mon) 22:46:24 [Preview] No. 20268 del
Stay safe Fukushima's people.


とちゃき 11/21/2016 (Mon) 22:50:02 [Preview] No. 20269 del
daitouryou please come back!


とちゃき 11/22/2016 (Tue) 06:57:56 [Preview] No. 20285 del
I hope y'all Japs here are still alive and kickin'. The place quite frankly feels dead without you guys.


とちゃき 11/22/2016 (Tue) 12:33:18 [Preview] No. 20333 del
Attention, /librejp/ friends. You're being targeted by cancer from https://freech.net/ They tried to spam >>>/pol/ earlier too, but failed to do any damage because they're just script kiddies.

I'd suggest enabling captcha for thread creation here if it continues though.


とちゃき 11/23/2016 (Wed) 09:18:22 [Preview] No. 20405 del
>>20285
写真で見ると中国の廃墟みたい
it is like the chinese ruins on a photo.
良い寂れだ
good rust


とちゃき 11/25/2016 (Fri) 00:13:43 [Preview] No. 20714 del
Make your own nigger name


とちゃき 11/25/2016 (Fri) 05:02:40 [Preview] No. 20726 del
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Rolled 2, 9, 7, 9 = 27 (4d9)

nigger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111


daitouryou Board owner 11/27/2016 (Sun) 01:41:25 [Preview] No. 21148 del
>>18833

daitouryouちゃんは女性で本物の大統領は男性です。

でもとちゃきはペニスが有るdaitouryouくんも好きと思う。


daitouryou Board owner 11/27/2016 (Sun) 01:45:18 [Preview] No. 21149 del
>>20285

英語はダ…

あ、これは英語のスレッドだね。

大統領は頭がちょっとおかしくに成ったけど大丈夫だよ
かもね


とちゃき 11/27/2016 (Sun) 06:34:45 [Preview] No. 21179 del
>>21148
>でもとちゃきはペニスが有るdaitouryouくんも好きと思う。
(Score:3, Insightful) !!!


daitouryou Board owner 11/27/2016 (Sun) 12:29:57 [Preview] No. 21206 del
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never forget


とちゃき 11/27/2016 (Sun) 12:45:53 [Preview] No. 21210 del
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>>21206
Reminder that we Japanese can't learn English.


とちゃき 11/27/2016 (Sun) 22:50:42 [Preview] No. 21267 del
>>21206
I heard somewhere that even the Japanese have a hard time learning things like kanji, is that true?

>>21210
You get English speakers to teach it in schools don't you? Are Japanese students generally not good at it then?


とちゃき 11/28/2016 (Mon) 03:28:46 [Preview] No. 21273 del
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>>20103
Krtek is my favourite anime.


とちゃき 11/28/2016 (Mon) 04:02:49 [Preview] No. 21275 del
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>>21267
Not a Jap, but I've heard it's mostly a millenial problem due to cellphones over there having some pretty damn good spellchecking capabilities.


とちゃき 11/28/2016 (Mon) 06:56:01 [Preview] No. 21282 del
>>21267
>I heard somewhere that even the Japanese have a hard time learning things like kanji, is that true?

Learning kanji isn't that difficult in itself. Perhaps yours country learn native language a word with feel same, but We forget to write because handwriting is decreasing for the spread of PC and mobile phone(*able to read*).
https://youtube.com/watch?v=sJNxPRBvRQg [Embed]

>You get English speakers to teach it in schools don't you? Are Japanese students generally not good at it then?

Personally, I think Sure we study for at least 6 years, but we don't use English utterly in daily life so Japanese don't care even if can't speak.


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 00:44:17 [Preview] No. 21569 del
一般的な日本人が英語を使う機会は、観光客に道を聞かれる時で、せいぜい年に1回あるくらいのものです。
The opportunity for a general Japanese people to use English is when asked by tourists about the way, at most it is about once a year.
日本語以外の言語を話す場面に出くわさない為、学生時代に一時的に勉強した英語の試験内容を結局忘れます。

Because we don't come across the scene speaking a language other than Japanese, we eventually forget the contents of English exams we studied temporarily in our
school days.


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 04:58:48 [Preview] No. 21693 del
age


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 06:42:49 [Preview] No. 21770 del
>>21693
上げ


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 11:31:28 [Preview] No. 21839 del
What happen?


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 12:11:38 [Preview] No. 21854 del
>>21839
Somebody set us up the bomb.


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 15:29:35 [Preview] No. 21942 del
>>21854
Move ZIG


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 19:04:45 [Preview] No. 22026 del
keep


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 20:01:09 [Preview] No. 22053 del
Will janitor does something about troll?


とちゃき 11/29/2016 (Tue) 23:44:19 [Preview] No. 22083 del
>>22053
>Janitor

The Moderator and Admin have to take care of this Autistic faggot.


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 01:05:43 [Preview] No. 22170 del
up


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 01:32:10 [Preview] No. 22300 del
keep thread
保守


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 03:29:57 [Preview] No. 22424 del
bump


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 03:58:20 [Preview] No. 22432 del
age
年齢


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 06:09:25 [Preview] No. 22452 del
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What the hell is this board? Last time I came around here was when Josh was being a faggot and trying to get us all to move to Infinity Never. I come back out of curiosity and the top board is full of a bunch of damn Japs. Is this Pearl Harbor 2.0?


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 13:53:55 [Preview] No. 22627 del
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Hello, Anubi!! Looking at here?
Thank you very much for giving /librejp/ many advice. And I'm sorry, BO deleted your thread by board rules. She/He intended no offense.

Please come and spend time here again.

I'm not good at English, so I'm sorry if it is difficult for you to understand my English.


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 15:57:48 [Preview] No. 22698 del
>>22452
see >>>/b/8935
Turns out it closed so the jp board came here due to being the best solution.
More at >>>/news/463

>>22627
Many english posts will not be forgotten.


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 19:35:42 [Preview] No. 22797 del
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>>22627
The board owner is clearly a drunk faggot.

>>22698
TONIGHT

YOU


anubi 11/30/2016 (Wed) 21:01:34 [Preview] No. 22922 del
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>>22627 Hello, yes I sometimes check the other boards. I'm glad my advices were sort of helpful for /librejp/ and I also forgot about the English rule, that was my fault because I forgot to check the rules before posting. I hope the TorSpammer will eventually stop, I had to take harsh decisions, limiting my board's posting freedom to avoid spam. The admins and StephenLynx are supposedly working on a solution + updates, so we just have to moderate 24/7 and wait for now. Again, I'm glad some of you found my advices helpful.


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 21:23:32 [Preview] No. 22926 del
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>>3795
biscotti literally means cooked twice I believe. they make it as a sort of rough loaf, then cut it and bake it again so it's super crispy. That's what Giada senpai told me anyhow.


とちゃき 11/30/2016 (Wed) 22:11:48 [Preview] No. 22932 del
>>18908
source?

>>19262
part 1 of naruto I had such high hopes for.

>>19760
The author Herges was Belgian so even in English it should be pronounced like Tawn-Tawn instead of like tin as in tin can.

>>1542
can anyone give me some classic manga or anime to consume? I'm in Cyborg 009 right now, but I believe I should stop when it becomes unexpectedly shojo in volume 15?


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 00:22:00 [Preview] No. 22943 del
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Also there's a very hot topic during these days at futaba but no words about it here so I'll ask :

What's your opinion on FFXV?


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 00:49:09 [Preview] No. 22946 del
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>>22932
Part 1 was okay but the problems it created for part 2 were noticeable from miles away by the time it ended.

>muh sasugay and orochifaggot parallels
>muh nurutu can communicate with the 9 tails directly along with shitty metaphors about its bondage and friendship
>taijutsu becoming inferior as shit as the illusion jutsu and elemental jutsus get bullshit levels of strong
>bullshit OP as shit summoning jutsus that lets you summon creatures that can wipe out entire cities
>Shikamaru and Kakashi were the only REAL ninjas in the show, literally him and Kakashi were the only ones who used stealth, everyone else would pull rabbits out of their ass

If Nurutu had focused more on the stealthy, political aspects, instead of the spiritual it would have been a MUCH MORE interesting show. To be fair though Kishimoto ORIGINALLY wanted to make the show about wizards. So it comes to no surprise that somewhere down the line he said "FUCK THIS SHIT" and turned the Ninjas into fucking Wizards.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 00:50:44 [Preview] No. 22947 del
>>22943
Modern consoles are shit so I didn't bother buying one. PC Master race or bust to be honest onifamiglia.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 00:55:07 [Preview] No. 22948 del
>>22946
>show

Meant to write Manga, but you get the idea.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 03:42:09 [Preview] No. 22968 del
>>22932
Arion, pretty good shit, manga is way better though, Legends of the Galactic Heroes is also god tier.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 04:25:42 [Preview] No. 22969 del
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>>22946
yea, it was going to be about demon magic and we got a manga about demon magic and friendship for sure.

>>22968
>Arion
oh shit thank you man. subject matter and art style seem right up my alley.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 04:46:34 [Preview] No. 22971 del
>>22969
Yeah it's not so much that the magic bothered, it's just that the ninja stuff was always much more interesting than it. It also doesn't help that the ham fisted MUH POWAH OF TOMODACHI got on my fucking nerves. Inconsistent power levels and ass pull power ups just made me lose all interest in Nurutu by the time Shikamaru killed Hidan.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 04:48:36 [Preview] No. 22972 del
>>22971
Man I'm double posting so hard right now...

You should check out Red Eyes and Pumpkin Scissors, they're pretty good. Pumpkin Scissors doesn't have a lot of stuff tld in English though, so if you're not Jap and you end up liking the material... I've actually tried reading some of the stuff on my own without TL, and it's just too fucking hard for my basic bitch ass.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 19:27:34 [Preview] No. 23118 del
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>>22943
It’s a nightmare.


とちゃき 12/01/2016 (Thu) 22:01:22 [Preview] No. 23135 del
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>>22972
Arion is pretty cool. Pumpkin scissors seems the more interesting of the two but I hate foraging for decent translations.


とちゃき 12/02/2016 (Fri) 00:49:46 [Preview] No. 23146 del
>>23135
>Arion is pretty cool

Not gonna lie I actually barely finished reading it today this morning. When I rec'd it to you I was barely half way through it.

The ending is rushed as fuck for some reason, and there's a few retarded plot twists too. One is actually a pretty cool but welcomed plot twist to be fair. Granted the plot twists get resolved and thrown out the window, but still.

>but I hate foraging for decent translations

Yeah, I imagined that'd be the case. Red Eyes sufferes from the same problem. But its content is so dense with complimentary background lore and has so much stuff translated you'd have to marathon it to run out of material to read. Which I did because I have no self control


とちゃき 12/02/2016 (Fri) 22:19:07 [Preview] No. 23341 del
upp


StephenLynx 12/02/2016 (Fri) 23:13:27 [Preview] No. 23399 del
Any of you is an english-speaking software developer? It would help a lot for the translation effort to have someone able to run a local instance using your front-end.


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とちゃき 12/03/2016 (Sat) 01:44:33 [Preview] No. 23443 del
Gotta bump this gear up!


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とちゃき 12/03/2016 (Sat) 05:46:39 [Preview] No. 23524 del
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とちゃき 12/04/2016 (Sun) 12:11:45 [Preview] No. 23711 del
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Any 2016 manga you liked /librejp/?


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 00:57:37 [Preview] No. 24134 del
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>>23711
My favorite manga started in 2016
1.Souboutei kowasubesi(双亡亭壊すべし/action, cosmic horror)

2.Maoujou de oyasumi(魔王城でおやすみ/fantasy, DIY)

3.VECTOR BALL(action, comedy)


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 03:03:04 [Preview] No. 24140 del
>>17730
>I appreciate your continued support!
Not wrong grammatically but sounds weird, as if you were a representative of some sort of company thanking your investors or something.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 03:06:56 [Preview] No. 24142 del
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>>17992
>>17993
what a bizzare coincicence, as it turns out im japanese as well


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 04:50:00 [Preview] No. 24151 del
>>24142
Recent the Samurai are sports football etc performances challenge in the world for we totally forgot don't know how to use Katana regrettably.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=cJjqZwJ4NdA [Embed]


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 05:29:23 [Preview] No. 24154 del
>>24151
>forgot don't know how to use Katana regrettably

AYYY LMAO, you Japs make me laugh sometimes.

Anyhow, here's one way the sentence could be structured properly.

"In recent times the closest we have to Samurai are athletes from sports, such as football and the like around the world. For we regrettably have forgotten the ways of sword."

With that said, you're discrediting your combat sports participants TOO MUCH. Shitloads of boxers die in Tokyo every year due to your cavalier as fuck YAMATO DAMASHII attitude. Which is honorable, but borderline suicidal.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 06:25:49 [Preview] No. 24157 del
>>24154
I looked your post, next I have a silly question.
My sentence was the double negative. It just understand.
>"In recent times the closest we have to Samurai are athletes from sports, such as football and the like around the world. For we regrettably have forgotten the ways of sword."
Even if my sentence remove the "forgot " does it be such an interpretation?


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 06:41:40 [Preview] No. 24158 del
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>>24157
It's not really a silly question to be honest brah. Since Jap grammar and English grammar aren't exactly compatible anyhow. Still makes me giggle to see screw ups, even though I fully understand this from my forays into learning Jap.

Anyhow, technically the word forgot didn't form a double negative, a double negative would be something like; "I ain't begging from nobody!" Which doesn't really make sense and is something a nigger would say. Avoid talking like a nigger at all costs, they don't use proper grammar.

If you would have removed the word "forgot" from your original sentence it wouldn't have the same meaning it originally did. See what I understood from your sentence thanks to that "forgot" is that your people have forgotten the honorable ways of the Samurai. If you didn't include that "forgot" in the original sentence I would have thought that in your opinion, you guys suck at using katanas.

Which would have left me quite perplexed to be honest. Since the Katana was a shitty meme sword used against unarmored peasants and there's shitloads of better weapons your people used.

Anyhow, while I have you here "on the line" so to speak... What did you Japs think about David Hayter's voice acting as Solid Snake for the game series MGS? And what is your opinion on the Advanced/Famicom Wars series?


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 06:42:43 [Preview] No. 24159 del
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>>24158
PS. never start a sentence with "and" it's actually not grammatically correct for some reason. But I'm a lazy faggot so I do it because, well I'm a lazy faggot.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 06:59:17 [Preview] No. 24160 del
>>24158
I studied properly because you explained it properly. Thanks
>David Hayter's voice acting as Solid Snake
mmm, I think although I play only Japanese version, his voice bring a feeling of strangeness.
But I may only accustomed to the Japanese version.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 07:08:10 [Preview] No. 24162 del
>>24158
Sorry, I don't know so much about Advanced/Famicom Wars series.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 07:27:21 [Preview] No. 24163 del
>>24160
>feeling of strangeness

In what sense? See the reason why us westerners liked his preformances in MGS1-3 is what we call "hamminess". Basically it reminded us of over the top grizzled action heroes from 1980s war and action movies. In fact some of us hate his performance because of this as well. Personally I love it, I think it really suits him due to his age, look, and experience.

The action hero 1980s vibe it exudes is just the cherry on top the completes the package.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 07:28:26 [Preview] No. 24164 del
>>24163
>that*

Sorry for the typos man, I've just been cramming for an upcoming final exam so I'm a little bit sleepy.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 08:23:31 [Preview] No. 24171 del
>>24163
Just because. It is just my opinion his voice quality a matter. I think good his acting ability and imagine tho.
Well, plz ask other anons as it. There are Japanese who are also familiar with Western games.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 08:44:51 [Preview] No. 24174 del
>>24171
I was just curious that's all, didn't mean to put you on the spot or anything.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 08:51:34 [Preview] No. 24175 del
>>24174
I'm sorry I couldn't be much of a help and good luck for your final exam


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 10:02:57 [Preview] No. 24181 del
>>24140
It doesn't sound weird at all. I appreciate the continued support of my parents every day.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 12:52:18 [Preview] No. 24227 del
>>24151
翻訳
最近侍はスポーツ・フットボールとか上演世の中に挑戦なぜならさっぱり忘れた分からない刀の残念な使い方からです。

からかうわけではない、俺も英語学んだ時、色んなバカバカしい事いうことがあったから頑張って


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 13:33:45 [Preview] No. 24231 del
>>24158
>Since the Katana was a shitty meme sword used against unarmored peasants
First of all katana is a whole class of weapons. What you probably mean is uchigatana and, while the quality went worse and worse as the time went it was entirely sufficient as a backup footman weapon during outright conflict and as a personal sidearm during times of piece or else it wouldn't be used to such. You cannot look at a weapon as separate from the armour against which it was used and just as european sword it wasn't all that effective when used directly against heaviest available armour however unlike late european equivalent japanese armour had numerous openings which, if attacked accurately with uchigatana could disable an opponent.
So meme maybe, as it became iconic and a status symbol, but you can't say shitty when it did exactly what it was made and used for.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 15:55:35 [Preview] No. 24254 del
>First of all katana is a whole class of weapons.

The katana is a single sword, not class of weapon, where did you get this load of shit from? Just because Tachis and Uchigatanas are similar to Katanas it doesn't make it a class of weapon. What you're doing is confusing era-make with actual sword types. Hell the uchi was a poorly crafted crap even more brittle than the tachi and Katana.

To be fair to the Japs though metals are hard to come by there without modern tech. Not just that but they couldn't benefit from the silk route as Euros did. But as proven by their industralization plus their 20+th century advances they're pretty damn competent at tech when given proper support.

Also yes, even Euro swords were not that good against heavier armors. But they still got the job done via their sheer weight and resillience causing blunt trauma. That's the cool thing about Euro swords, you could club and dice heavier armored opponents to death, but still slice through peasents with ease.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 16:50:53 [Preview] No. 24257 del
>>24254
>The katana is a single sword
It's a faulty case of loanword, just like in case of sake (which is basically any drinkable 'alcohol' and not a single specific type). The character for the word "katana" is a pictograph of an edge and in japanese the word is used for all handle-blade single edged blades so tachi is a katana, nodachi is a katana, wakizashi is a katana, dao is a katana, german messers are katana and all the varieties of sabres are katana. There's no "katana" as such, I haven't found any item like that.

>Hell the uchi was a poorly crafted crap
This wasn't a weapon for a high class warriors but simple footmen initially, an equivalent of mass produced tool. As the wars continued funds grew more and more scarce not to mention there wasn't exactly enough time to properly process and smith crappy japanese ore. That is not to say that the form itself was crap or that every uchigatana made was crap. Get into close quarters and this is what you'll end up using in japan. It's quite impressive what they were able to achieve with a notably low quality ore.
If you want to see quality japanese smithing you need to find a kotou period katana, somewtime after mongolian invasion after which there has been a technological jump smithing wise but not during any prolonged resource bleeding conflicts.

>But they still got the job done via their sheer weight and resillience causing blunt trauma.
You have no idea how this shit worked so stop regurgitating crap please. See the vid, 0:35, full power swing at armour, no fucks given. Maybe dedicated infantry two-handers could do anything against plate armour via sheer swing power but not normal swords. See 1:50 onwards for examples of sword use in armoured combat - aside couple half-sworded stabs it's more like a tonfa, a wrestling aid used to topple or create an opening for some stabby stabby dagger action.

Please don't be full of yourself next time you speak about something you barely know anything about.


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>>24257
>There's no "katana" as such, I haven't found any item like that.

The portmanteau of a word that is Katana was first used in the 1300s to refer to any square guard, single blade style sword with the signature near the crossguard. The quality of the Katana is AGES beyond the uchi or the Tachi since they're both predecessors to the Katana and were phased out when it came to arming the elites. There's shitloads of Katana "types" and they're all seperated by eras, the ones I remember are Shinto, and Gendaito. Anything else than that and I honestly don't know much about.

>See the vid

Yeah two guys clubbing and grappling each other to the ground, and if it would have continued one of them would have gotten stabbed, or bludgeoned to death with the sword. Hence why I said "club and dice" because they were strong enough to allow you to club at someone armored, but still sharp enough to cut. Please stop being retarded and get some reading comprehension.

In fact Knights and even 1400+ century fighters understood the dangers of blunt trauma from a sword so well this little grappling technique sequence was developed as a response. Diffuse the force of the blow by blocking at the hilt, quickly do a leg sweep with your bent knee helping you trip up your opponent.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 17:43:55 [Preview] No. 24263 del
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>>24262
Forgot to mention, yes, combat like what I'm describing is mostly Great/Longsword and ESPECIALLY Zweihander focused. But unlike the Zweihander, the Great/Longswords were not specialized anti armor and pike units. They were also fielded amongst your average line men.

PS. Do you ever think anyone was ever stronk enough to wield a 10lbs. Zwei in battle?


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>>24262
>The portmanteau of a word that is Katana was first used in the 1300s to refer to any square guard, single blade style sword with the signature near the crossguard.
>The quality of the Katana is AGES beyond the uchi or the Tachi
I don't know where you've read about it but I'll repeat: I couldn't find a 'katana' in japanese as a specific weapon. By japanese typology what you're talking about is probably just a tachi (i.e. cavalry sabre where uchigatana is a later type of dedicated infantry sabre).

>if it would have continued one of them would have gotten stabbed, or bludgeoned to death with the sword.
I've once seen a depiction of bludgeoing sword attack, with a hanguard. Not sure how efficient it was but if you were talking about that - ok - but not with a blade, I don't buy that. The fact remains that sword is a poor choice for plate armoured combat.

>>24263
>Forgot to mention, yes, combat like what I'm describing is mostly Great/Longsword and ESPECIALLY Zweihander focused.
English typology is all fucked up but unless I'm mistaken longswords is what the guys in video were using - bastard swords. Dedicated twohanders are something quite different in size and power, closer to a polearm which can send a guy to a hospital (possibly kill but I don't remember) with blunt trauma as such cases have been reported after full armour battle reconstructions.

>PS. Do you ever think anyone was ever stronk enough to wield a 10 lbs. Zwei in battle?
I don't know why that would be a problem, that's about the weight of heavier halberds.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 18:49:21 [Preview] No. 24266 del
>>24264
The tachi was made in the 13th century m8, and later phased out by the Katana amongst the ruling class. Read up on your Nip sword history.

>I've once seen a depiction of bludgeoing sword attack, with a hanguard.

Bro look at this vid

https://youtu.be/O9eCzG8AAoQ?t=7m14s

Look how he's just putting dents on that breastplate with a Claymore. The Scottish equivalent of a Great/Longsword.

> I'm mistaken longswords is what the guys in video were using - bastard swords.

Again, work on your reading comprehension god dammit. I never implied differently, I just threw a nod at the Zweihänder due to those swords being used by REAL dedicated two handed linemen. Also no, Great/Longswords cannot be used to their maximum potential with onehand. Granted it's not as awful as using a Zwei onehanded, but it's still not wise against another armored opponent. Also read the rest of the paragraph numbnuts, I specifically said that the Zweihanders were used as anti armor and anti polearms.

>that's about the weight of heavier halberds.

It's kind of egregious comparing a pole based weapon to a weapon that is actually operated with a dedicated hilt and pivot points.


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 20:34:06 [Preview] No. 24275 del
>>24266
>The tachi was made in the 13th century m8
Uuh only not? Kogarasu Maru is dated for 8th c. It's a tachi, just with a pretty long yelmen (false edge) - while rarely seen in Japan that feature is entirely normal for sabres. Once again I have no idea where you're taking your stuff from.

>Bro look at this vid
Was the plate properly tempered? I'm no expert but the dents seem bit weird. That being said and claymore being a greatsword rather than longsword - not sure about claymore's weight and power. Flamberges and such I can understand because it's very long so the swing would give a lot of speed to the tip of the blade but claymore doesn't look long enough but maybe the mass does the job. Workable maybe but hardly effective measure if you ask me. Look, if swords were effective anti armour weapons they wouldn't adopt maces and warhammers, simple as that.

>Again, work on your reading comprehension god dammit.
Longswords are not greatswords so it's not my reading comprehension. You only specified what you meant in the next post anyway.

>I specifically said that the Zweihanders were used as anti armor and anti polearms
Can I ask for a source for recorded direct anti armour designation of zweihanders? I heard something about anti-polearm but yea you know it's not a solid information. From what I gathered there's very little actually known as for how these weapons were actually used. Most information available is conjecture. What I heard is that they were either used similarly to polearms or by elite guards in streets and larger castle hallways i.e. it was actually more of a defensive weapon for holding key positions.

>Also no, Great/Longswords cannot be used to their maximum potential with onehand.
Where have I claimed that longswords are to be used with one hand? Who's the one having reading comprehension issues here?


とちゃき 12/07/2016 (Wed) 20:42:22 [Preview] No. 24277 del
>>24275
>That being said and claymore being a greatsword rather than longsword - not sure about claymore's weight and power.
Should be
>That being said and claymore being a greatsword rather than longsword - not sure about claymore's weight and power - maybe it's accurate but it's a bit hard to believe for me.


とちゃき 12/09/2016 (Fri) 02:17:28 [Preview] No. 24369 del
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Found that for the nostalgia and curious people : https://librearchive.cloudchan.org/jp/index.html


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とちゃき 12/09/2016 (Fri) 07:46:02 [Preview] No. 24382 del
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Can any of you teach me how to read this style of Japanese book?


とちゃき 12/09/2016 (Fri) 15:40:00 [Preview] No. 24439 del
>>24369
Ah, memories... can't believe that it was just 2 months ago!


とちゃき 12/09/2016 (Fri) 22:11:33 [Preview] No. 24472 del
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Look at this book from 1906 AD. A professor teaching Japanese literature called the language inferior to western languages.


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>>24275
Read up, I'd cite you some literature I've encountered at my university's library but I don't know if you'd have access to that and it wouldn't be worth the car trip.

http://jssh.org/koto.html

>Look, if swords were effective anti armour weapons they wouldn't adopt maces and warhammers, simple as that.

Longswords were the way they were because they were a good multi tool. Obviously much more specialized tools against armors such as war axes, polearms, tucks, war hammers etc. were significantly better. But it's still better to be armed with a longsword than say a fucking shortsword.

>longswords are not greatswords

That's me doing a misnomer, apparently Claymore means greatsword in scottish, but just because it's a greatsword for the Scotts it doesn't mean it was a real greatsword. Apparently greatswords are Zweihänder and the such.

>direct anti armor designation

Men at arms pike designations were heavily armored from time to time. Effectively making Landsknecht Doppelsoldner units anti armour at times as well. Of course as time went on and fire arms were introduced they started wearing less, and less armour, and we all know what happens in the late 17th Century.


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 05:30:21 [Preview] No. 24486 del
>>24134
what's a DIY? Do it yourself manga?


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 13:40:40 [Preview] No. 24521 del
>>24479
>Read up
>http://jssh.org/koto.html
>Heian was the era of tachi
Yes, very much so. And Heian starts when? I'll give you a hint, not 13th century.
In case you pasted it to claim that "Kogarasu maru is not a tachi but a nippon-to" then I'll say in advance it's both. Nippon-tou (I guess you can read it like that but its nihon-tou really) 日本刀 simply means "japanese sabres/blades" last character being 'katana' read in sinojapanese mannner.
Again where the did you get the idea that tachi came about between 1200-1299 and how did the author rationalize such, rather ridiculous, approach?

>Longswords were the way they were because they were a good multi tool.
Multi tool is a good analogy because different parts are meant for different applications. So "murder strikes" and half-sworded wrestling as anti armour solution - ok, but not blade swings unless you have something with combination of weight and length that'll give the tip power similar force that a polearm has in which case I don't think we can speak about longswords anymore. That's my position.

>but just because it's a greatsword for the Scotts it doesn't mean it was a real greatsword.
English typology is retarded if they consider claymores and similar size swords to be same class of weapons as longswords.

>Men at arms pike designations were heavily armored from time to time. Effectively making Landsknecht Doppelsoldner units anti armour at times as well.
I'm not arguing that renaissance two-handers are ineffective against armour - I don't really know but what you've raised here is a stretch and conjecture. I doubt you can show me a record of two-handers used in same or greater noumbers at times when heavier armour became more prevalent. Here's a guy who read some historical sources on the subject, good watch:
https://youtube.com/watch?v=Oxsol6J1HLU [Embed]


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 15:01:49 [Preview] No. 24529 del
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>>24472
Look at it this way, this was written before we had standards to IQ tests. Hell the most popular one here in the west, the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale was made in the 1940s, with an update to it in the early 50s. With today's IQ tests we realize why North Eastern Asian languages are always so abstract in the way they use particles and verbage.

We also realize that Jap IQs are actually higher than your average white. Be rational about this and stop getting butthurt about text that is LITERALLY 100+ years old. Specially when most of the white population are a bunch of white guilt having faggots that let Niggers and Muslim rape their peoples on a daily basis. Unless you're a Zainichi of course, then whatever, continue being the SJW Jew you are, it's in your blood.

PS. I hope Donal Trump at least keeps his promise of demilitarizing and eventually removing the US's bases in Japan. You guys need to build your own army, and our niggers need to stop raping your women.

>>24521
>rather ridiculous

It's not ridiculous when you consider material make, and signature plus fielding rituals behind it becoming uniform after the Heian period. During the Heian almost any sabre could be considered a tachi.

>if they consider claymores and similar size swords to be same class of weapons as longswords.

Longswords are any "heavy" swords that had a cruciform hand guard, and long hilt for two handed use if necessary. They were called bastard swords mainly during the Renaissance. Claymore is a type of longsword whether you like it or not. It's scottish/celtic/germanic in origin mainly, but still a type of longsword. It's just called a Claymore due to its origins.

There are exceptions though, like the broadsword, the broadsword does not have a cross style guard, instead it has a shell, or basket hilt. It's not about size and weight, but size, weight and shape.

>conjecture

It is conjecture, however it's conjecture based on the FACT that pikemen were heavily armored until muskets became popular enough to make heavily armored pikemen obselete.

http://www.thearma.org/essays/2HGS.html

"These weapons were not intended to defeat heavy plate armor with powerful cuts but did evolve from those longswords that were developed for use against armors by thrusting rather than cutting."

So yes, European swords were designed for both slicing, and dealing with armor. Granted they did not slice through it without getting a good clubbing into it first. And obviously it wasn't as practical to do that if you were skilled enough to stab into a gap, or grapple an enemy on to the floor.

If a Claymore can be used to make dents into plate armor, I see no reason why a Zwei can't do so and more as well.

This made me realize that we need a history board, do we have a history board?


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 15:23:23 [Preview] No. 24535 del
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>>23711
This one, definitely.


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 16:30:52 [Preview] No. 24551 del
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>>24529
>It's not ridiculous when you consider material make, and signature plus fielding rituals behind it becoming uniform after the Heian period. During the Heian almost any sabre could be considered a tachi.
Because they were. What you're proposing sounds like some headcanon tier shit. At the basic level you don't differentiate types of weaponry by their production methods, that is an additional criterium for different classification altogether - like periods. Tachi is tachi if it fits the physical description as in dimensions - not whether it had inscriptions or not.

>Claymore is a type of longsword whether you like it or not.
Well, last time I checked they weren't entirely single minded about it, but I'm not English so I don't give a damn about their retarded ideas like having word "sword" as a general term for all bladed-non-hafted weapons. It has nothing to do with personal preferences. Physical dimensions of the swords in question warrant different fighting style and different category. Longswords were long because they were cavalry weapons foremost, used with success on foot but still. Claymore dimensions force it to be used by infantry.

>Granted they did not slice through it without getting a good clubbing into it first.
Did not slice at all, not through plate armour. Steel won't cut through steel at ranges of force available to human arms.
Also one more thing to quote from your source:
"For more than a century two-handed greatswords were used less for fighting against armors and more for open battlefield where pike and halberd formations were combined with firearms."
So even in the opinion of sources you respect enough to quote giant ass swords weren't really good choice against plate armour wearing opponents. Perhaps serviceable but not exactly something you'd want to bet your life on, at least when we talk about swings - not stabs in gaps or weakly armoured places (which would be same thing japanese blades were capable of doing versus armour they were fielded against i.e. they were not crap, they worked as intended and did what they needed to do). That being said wide and strong enough top-down swing with a zweihander like greatsword perhaps might deliver enough trauma through armour to incapacitate opponent by the reason that blunt halberds can do that based on anecdotal evidence so I can't overrule that sort of use myself.

>If a Claymore can be used to make dents into plate armor, I see no reason why a Zwei can't do so and more as well.
Did that claymore fanboy provide exact specifications of the crappy and already heavily barred nearly flat (not a sign of any form of flute/strenghtening in the middle) piece of metal he used as "plate armour"? Was it hardened? What sort of steel was it made of? Additionally that's an isolated piece of plate armour, the swing he made at the height would be really hard to land cleanly considering pauldrons.

>do we have a history board?
>>>/his/


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 18:35:50 [Preview] No. 24562 del
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>>24486
I looked into it for you and it seems that the princess in this manga do things by herself.


とちゃき 12/10/2016 (Sat) 18:59:51 [Preview] No. 24565 del
>>24562
>STRONG INDEPNEDANT WOMYN WHO DON'T NEED NO MAN

Ugh, disgusting, not that anon BTW, but that was so disgusting I had to make it known.


とちゃき 12/11/2016 (Sun) 06:09:29 [Preview] No. 24594 del
>>24562
actually sounds kind of comfy. maybe i'll learn something useful

>>24529
>our niggers need to stop raping your women.
I saw on Bourdain that since most of the bases are on Okinawa it doesn't get a lot of play in the media, but on the rare occasion a jap proper gets raped or roughed up it hits pretty hard.


とちゃき 12/12/2016 (Mon) 01:23:42 [Preview] No. 24687 del
DIY is the best life.


mona#uQQ8Fq 12/15/2016 (Thu) 14:46:07 [Preview] No. 25054 del
hello

how is it?


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 15:04:19 [Preview] No. 25055 del
I am sleepy because Japan is a night


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 20:16:13 [Preview] No. 25070 del
>>25055
Improvement:
I'm sleepy, It's night-time here.

"Japan is a night" addresses Japan like it's a person, "is" or "it's" (it is) sounds better.

>>25054
Pretty good!


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 21:56:20 [Preview] No. 25071 del
What do you think about this?


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:00:36 [Preview] No. 25072 del
>>25071

fuckin A man


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:01:20 [Preview] No. 25073 del
>>25071
Waifu fags are cancer and Japan needs to get it shit together and pop out more babies. Their population is plummeting very close to BARELY above replacement levels, 40% of their nation's women and men are virgins. Hell I might go there myself and have a big family over there, I'm part Asian and actually studied a STEM field that's worth a damn.


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:02:39 [Preview] No. 25074 del
>>25071
2d only fags are cancer that's what.


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:08:51 [Preview] No. 25075 del
>>25073
>>25074

kill urselves, alt-cucks


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:10:07 [Preview] No. 25076 del
>>25075
Commit chimpokomon faggot.


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:10:43 [Preview] No. 25077 del
>>25075
Go back to leftypol faggot SJW


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:23:40 [Preview] No. 25079 del
>>25075
>>25073
>>25074
>>25075
>>25076
>>25077
You have to go back, SA goons.


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:28:45 [Preview] No. 25080 del
>>25079
>/librejp/ randomly turns into a bad 4/pol/ tier labeling fight

Honestly there's plenty of disagreement within both the right and the left on the Anime Question. It's not all one way or another.


とちゃき 12/15/2016 (Thu) 22:40:45 [Preview] No. 25083 del
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>>25079
>anyone I disagree with is a goon

Go back to cripplekike chan.


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sage sage 12/15/2016 (Thu) 23:31:16 [Preview] No. 25086 del
>>25084
>being an autistic faggot who thinks he's right leaning while not reproducing to save the non shitskin races or his own race for that matter

Vid related, it's you.

Anyhow last post I'll make about the topic, don't want to shit it up any more than your communist fucking filth already did.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 01:50:35 [Preview] No. 25096 del
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>>25071
G-hexagon-clock-gate-box in one logo, nice.
If I did't hate that shit I'd say the encoding is somewhat brilliant.

Why do they seek to infiltrate otaku culture, it should be insignificant enough.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 01:52:22 [Preview] No. 25098 del
>>25079
im goon


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 01:54:57 [Preview] No. 25099 del
>>25098
I think, therefore I am you.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 02:08:12 [Preview] No. 25101 del
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>>25074
>>25073
You haven't shown to be qualified enough for such a display of disdain. What you see as cause is more of a symptom. You direct your hate at people that already have been rejected by society in one way or another and then go to blame them for what you think to be wrong in your shallow understanding of the matter.
Before you even attempt to pass a judgement, which is ridiculously conceited in its own right, try to understand 'why'.
And good luck to you mr I KNOW SOME MATH SUCK MY DICK, have fun seeing how long can you endure nip working conditions.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 02:50:56 [Preview] No. 25105 del
>>25101
>You haven't shown to be qualified enough for such a display of disdain. What you see as cause is more of a symptom. You direct your hate at people that already have been rejected by society in one way or another and then go to blame them for what you think to be wrong in your shallow understanding of the matter.
Before you even attempt to pass a judgement, which is ridiculously conceited in its own right, try to understand 'why'.
And good luck to you mr I KNOW SOME MATH SUCK MY DICK, have fun seeing how long can you endure nip working conditions.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 02:52:28 [Preview] No. 25106 del
>>25105
>>25101
nigger you mean:
>You haven't shown to be qualified enough for such a display of disdain. What you see as cause is more of a symptom. You direct your hate at people that already have been rejected by society in one way or another and then go to blame them for what you think to be wrong in your shallow understanding of the matter.
>And Befor you even attempt to pass a judgement, which is ridiculously conceited in its own right, try to understand 'why'.
>And good luck to you mr I KNOW SOME MATH SUCK MY DICK, have fun seeing how long can you endure nip working conditions.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 02:54:37 [Preview] No. 25107 del
>>25106
>>25101
srsly what is this board?
pedos actually have consciousness?
I thought this board was just a bunch of spam bots to false flag for the death of free-speech


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 03:32:07 [Preview] No. 25109 del
>>25101
>le japan work culture is hell maymay

Don't know much about Yurocuck workforce laws and the like, so I might give you that one. They do have more vacation days than we do in the US and they have better rest hours than we do as well. Fuck off with that shit meme you faggot. And yes, I will rain down hatred on them at any chance I get; They're faggots who whine about the broken system we live in here in the west, without trying to make their communities stronger via breeding and spreading their memes in the public sphere.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 05:56:22 [Preview] No. 25113 del
This reeks of retarded Amerifat.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 06:02:32 [Preview] No. 25114 del
>>25096

Anyone remember GATE threads? That's the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this shit.

masonnigger did nothing wrong


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 09:06:12 [Preview] No. 25119 del
>>25113
Your ass reeks of Neet Yurocuck


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 10:41:21 [Preview] No. 25126 del
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>>25119
Let's go over the list of American achievements:

>lost war against Vietnam
>lost war against terrorism
>lost war against drugs
>one of three countries to have no paid maternity leave
>one of eight countries to have no paid vacation
>second highest incarceration rate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_incarceration_rate)
>tenth highest murder rate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate)
>so many deaths by law enforcement THAT IT WARRANTS NEW WIKIPEDIA PAGES EACH MONTH (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_killings_by_law_enforcement_officers)
>41st on the Press Freedom Index (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Press_Freedom_Index) despite MUH FREEDUMS
>highest firearm-induced suicide rate, eleventh highest overall firearm-related death rate (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_firearm-related_death_rate)
>tops the list in income inequality (2011) (http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/economics/oecd-factbook-2011-2012/income-inequality_factbook-2011-31-en;jsessionid=4ua0dl3v0vc1.x-oecd-live-02)
>D+ grade on GPA (http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/) with D ratings on roads, schools, transit, aviation, waste water, drinking water (FLINT LOLOLOLOL) and dams
>209th out of 209 in the International Banter Standard (Australia and Japan continuously top this list, Canada 208th until recently when their bantz game stepped the fuck up) and 209th out of 209 in the International Banter Handling Standard.
>one of as many as THREE countries using the IMPERIAL SYSTEM

Seems like the USA is pretty third world.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 12:09:28 [Preview] No. 25139 del
>>25109
Nip work doesn't end when work hours are over. Overtime is not a thing you do when company is pressed on time but almost always. Then I hope you'll enjoy being forced to fulfill your societal obligations to your colleges and superiors because they're going out drinking and you'll come home with barely enough time to sleep and it's not 'from time to time' but more like everyfuckingday.
While it's possible that my info might be outdated and not all nip workspace is like that, granted, AND the time that is supposed to be spent on working in some places isn't rigorously controlled so you can manage to spend time rather than work (well I guess it'll depend on where you'll end up) as for the hardcore salaryman meme it'll ripple on society for years to come and all these basically single mother raised children won't just disappear.

You go around throwing faggots so you probably haven't been stamped by life enough so by all means do move there. It's not just their work culture. Their whole society is sick and, while I'm not saying any western society is particularly close to being healthy, their sickness makes it insanely hard for individuals brought in that society to go against it. And don't think that means you can do shit from an outsider's position. You'll break so many convenances you'll be treated like a cute little doggie that barks too much. Might be infantile of me but I can't say I don't enjoy the thought of your cocksure ヤンキー 'MURRICA FUCK YEAH ass getting tempered a bit.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 12:47:47 [Preview] No. 25150 del
>>25086
>not knowing artificial wombs and transhumanism
Also
>Le Chateau Autiste
TRSHILL FAGGOT DETECTED
YOU HAVE LOST
>>>/trs/


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 17:53:18 [Preview] No. 25181 del
>>25139
>seriously using an outdated old meme as a basis of an argument

Protip, new Japanese labor laws enacted by Jap corps themselves with support from the government have actually made Karoshi a rare occurence. And in fact the only ones who are prone to Karoshi now are those who are greedy and want a promotion no matter what the cost. Apparently a new trend is furoshiki(風呂敷) which comes from making a packed lunch I think, my Kanji and nip is fucking awful. Furoshiki is the cloth they use to wrap lunch boxes right? For a citation on how labor laws have changed from the govt. side here's a good link that has citations for the laws.

http://tokyo-foreigner.jsite.mhlw.go.jp/english/seekers_1/spec/spec_1c.html

>>25150
>artificial wombs

Not possible until the next 20 years, we're barely getting the grips on how to do it rats. BTW homes where both parents are present produce on average more well adjusted individuals who are less prone to crimes and actually get a higher education. AI mothers also can't be a thing since even the best commercial model androids from SARCOS, Boston Dynamics, Japan and GOOGLE+DARPA right now have problems even carrying around a 20lbs box.

Not like your shit genes would be worthy of being passed on though.

>transhumanism

A Jewish ploy to make everyone bow down to a singularity, Brave New World style. It'll be a world filled with somalike contraptions (waifus, Fagbook social media, DUDE WEED LMAO) and retarded people being bred into specific roles. All while world leaders who will mysteriously be mostly Jewish and Jewish affiliated in origin will be pulling the strings like they always do.

>hating on the only good thing TRS has ever produced

GTFO faggot, and learn how to become self aware, I bet you actually do own a dakimakura.


Anyhow this is the last post ITT in regards to this specific topic.


とちゃき 12/16/2016 (Fri) 18:03:06 [Preview] No. 25183 del
>>25126
This is probably some copy pasta from 4plebs, or some other archive system, but I'll still respond. I'm bored and have nothing better to do than argue with autists on the net.

>lost the war against Vietnam

Yeah, we lost so hard we littered the land with carcinogens, genocided 1/4 of the populace, and left shitloads of mines that still kill people today. Mines our own privately funded NGOs have to remove, since the god damn charlies are too stupid to remove them on their own.

>lost war against terrorism and drugs

The war against terrorism and drugs is a CIA operation dimwit, read up on Operation Fast and Furious, The Golden Triangle, the School Of the Americas and the creation of Los Zetas plus Contras. Read up on the creation of ISIS, and the Mujaheddin along with their involvement with Mossad. It's not something I'm proud of, but at least get your history right before shitposting, you colossal fucking faggot.

Here's some links if you're interested and aren't just a shitposter.

https://archive.is/1aZKc#selection-1359.0-1359.35
http://securityassistance.org/blog/mexico-receive-more-military-training-us-colombia
https://www.scribd.com/document/179224845/Ex-DEA-officials-CIA-operatives-involved-in-Kiki-Camarena-mur-pdf
https://archive.is/E6lAb
https://archive.is/v0McL
http://archive.is/SZYRC

>all of those links

Yeah, nvm your rapefugee crisis and how every day some German, Brit, Swede or Frenchman gets killed by these subhumans. All while the media censors the truth about it by calling them "Youths" or "Southern People" all to avoid calling them muslims. Never mind Sweden's 53 no go zones where people get mauled, raped, drugged for being white and European or even news reporters. Never mind the fact that Europe has a SJW problem where people get arrested for calling people the wrong pronouns and actually have schools in which thngs are mandatory gender neutral.

I'm not saying we're heaven either, after all 50% of our crimes are committed by our Hispanic and Nigger minorities. Which the niggers receive full immunity from our kike owned media. But if you look at our White majority communities you'll notice that there's a lot less crime and murdering going around. In fact if you look at statistics for gun violence and violence in general, you'll notice that the violence tends to gravitate towards urban centers filled with Niggers and Hispanics.

To claim that Yurocucks are SURELY living in a UTOPIA right now is bullshit since it's full of "peaceful" brown people who CLEARLY dindu nuffin. However I can't claim we're number one either. To be fair though, Slav countries as well as Balkan countries despite being shitholes, are at leas actually putting their boots down on the Muslim question. So props to them I guess, and hopefully they'll stop being 3rd world some time soon because of this.

Sweden is going down the drain, and others like Germany are sure to follow as well.


sage sage 12/16/2016 (Fri) 18:10:48 [Preview] No. 25184 del
>>25181
>seriously forgetting that dykes can have babies now and are going to fertility clinics to get artificially inseminated in droves

If you're not breeding you're an enemy to both your race and the male gender.


とちゃき 12/18/2016 (Sun) 19:12:50 [Preview] No. 25390 del
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Now there’s mass generation of zombies going on nearby so it’s noisy.


とちゃき 12/18/2016 (Sun) 19:36:43 [Preview] No. 25391 del
>>25390
Is this a Jap trying to use slang in order to call us traditionalists boring? It sounds like it, but I'm not too sure now. Anyhow time to jack off and exercise.


とちゃき 12/18/2016 (Sun) 20:05:46 [Preview] No. 25393 del
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Christmas is just around the corner!

Which will you choose out of these Santa Clauses?


とちゃき 12/18/2016 (Sun) 20:39:45 [Preview] No. 25394 del
>>25393
Give me some jap ladies instead, if not an option then the ginger since I have auburn red hair myself anyhow.


とちゃき 12/19/2016 (Mon) 09:32:40 [Preview] No. 25413 del
>>25391
Don’t get me wrong, please.
When I was watching that movie, the people next door were too noisy.
And I wanted to raise the thread.

>jack off
Rule # 1 - Cardio
That's great.


とちゃき 12/19/2016 (Mon) 10:02:05 [Preview] No. 25414 del
>>25413
Thanks to edging masturbation is cardio for me.


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とちゃき 12/21/2016 (Wed) 14:05:28 [Preview] No. 25687 del
NIPPON WIRR GROW LARGER

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-japan-idUSKBN14A1A0

>The United States and Japan held a ceremony on Wednesday marking the U.S. military's return of nearly 10,000 acres (4,046 hectares) of land on Okinawa island to the Japanese government, the largest transfer since 1972.


とちゃき 12/21/2016 (Wed) 23:40:15 [Preview] No. 25730 del
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Perhaps it will anger people once again but here goes nothing :

Chubby girls or Weight lifting girls /librejp/?


とちゃき 12/21/2016 (Wed) 23:47:32 [Preview] No. 25734 del
>>25730
This chan is full of sexual deviants just like any other, you will have to set some boundaries unless you want obese women and she-hulks.


とちゃき 12/25/2016 (Sun) 23:31:39 [Preview] No. 26104 del
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Can't believe nobody posted this

https://cytu.be/r/Endchan
>>>/b/10747

Merry Christmas


とちゃき 12/31/2016 (Sat) 04:15:49 [Preview] No. 26558 del
This place has less users than it used to. Are people leaving? Where are they going?


とちゃき 12/31/2016 (Sat) 04:21:55 [Preview] No. 26560 del
>>26558

I've heard Librechan is back up, so those who are cucks went back.


とちゃき 12/31/2016 (Sat) 15:13:28 [Preview] No. 26668 del
It's 2017 in Japan, happy new year!


とちゃき 12/31/2016 (Sat) 15:46:43 [Preview] No. 26686 del
Hey guys. Happy New Year!


とちゃき 01/02/2017 (Mon) 05:35:15 [Preview] No. 26848 del
I've got a question to Japs who have a job over there. Do you guys overwork yourselves for that promotion, or do you just fuck off back to your home? I know death by working isn't as common as it used to be thanks to new labor laws.

But I'm just wondering if those of you on imageboards have the common sense not to overwork yourselves to death. If you don't why the fuck are you so greedy!?


とちゃき 01/02/2017 (Mon) 05:37:44 [Preview] No. 26850 del
Sensitive topic, do not view the spoiler if you're easily offended by politics.

Why are the Zainichi always trying to push anti hatespeech laws on you guys? Why don't you kick them out? Is your populace this clueless about them and their kikery?


とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 14:49:25 [Preview] No. 27627 del
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とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 14:59:47 [Preview] No. 27629 del
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original the waha-


とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 15:52:48 [Preview] No. 27638 del
>>27629
A meme so ancient I'll be surprised if some don't remember it. All I remember from it aside form shitposting photoshop is that she comes from a really kinky Visual Novel. I don't remember if she was a pettanko or if she had really big hooters however.


とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 15:54:01 [Preview] No. 27639 del
>>27638
>I wouldn't be surprised

Fix'd, shouldn't be posting while hammered with pain in the morning.


とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 16:09:47 [Preview] No. 27640 del
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>>27638
she is a pettanko.
she is a character in ero-game 15 years ago.
https://vndb.org/c38899


とちゃき 01/12/2017 (Thu) 16:16:15 [Preview] No. 27641 del
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>>27640
While I have you on the line here Jap-kun, is it true Ryukyuan's are much more tanned than "Yamato" Japs? All I've seen of Ryukyuan IRL are really tanned Okinawans and the stereotype of really tanned Okinawans in animation.


とちゃき 01/13/2017 (Fri) 05:33:46 [Preview] No. 27652 del
>>27641
yes.
Yamatons and Okinawans people, their original skin color is the equal.
but, many Okinawans are getting tanned.
perhaps, this is the difference in the amount of sunshine.


とちゃき 01/17/2017 (Tue) 03:07:10 [Preview] No. 27923 del
>>26848
Anyone care to answer this?


とちゃき 01/18/2017 (Wed) 17:25:11 [Preview] No. 28075 del
A JP youtube account with english subtitles (OtakuMOE, known for Ebola-chan videos) gets suspended due to mass false reports.

Here's a video from it's second account about it.


とちゃき 01/18/2017 (Wed) 18:16:11 [Preview] No. 28079 del
>>26848
>>27923
in japanese people, a reason for overwork is not for promotion.
a reason is a sense of duty.
a sense of duty is implicit and strong.
we have common sense to overwork ourselves...

It is doubtful whether labor law is effective now.
Japan doesn't have institution of the punitive damages.
The control of the government is loose.
The cost of the prosecution is high.


とちゃき 01/18/2017 (Wed) 18:58:48 [Preview] No. 28081 del
>>28075
Google is satan.
With that whole youtube heroes things and monetisation issues for videos containing 'controversial' topics the goal of censorship becomes evident. Onca again with monopoly comes abuse. Unless content creators take leap of faith and move to other sites the future of the internet is looking bleak.


とちゃき 01/18/2017 (Wed) 19:15:09 [Preview] No. 28085 del
>>28081
Google is now "alphabet" and may or may not be tied to the .xyz domain (they certainly made it popular even if they weren't directly behind it), which endchan is hosted on.

xyz.xyz
ceo.xyz

I am not accusing endchan admins of being in on some Jewgle conspiracy, but the owners of xyz are literal Jews , their front page has them BLOWING A JEWISH TRUMPET


とちゃき 01/21/2017 (Sat) 13:16:28 [Preview] No. 30783 del
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>>28081
>google buzz
>wave
>health
just some of their flops. this is pretty old.

>>22972
Pumpkin Scissors was pretty great. Dialogue is corny and predictable most times but they still manage to deliver quite well.


とちゃき 01/21/2017 (Sat) 23:45:00 [Preview] No. 30853 del
What is this board?


とちゃき 01/22/2017 (Sun) 00:01:13 [Preview] No. 30854 del
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とちゃき 01/23/2017 (Mon) 08:45:15 [Preview] No. 31116 del
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https://chiru.no

Cirno Radio

Wapanese audiophile stream


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 07:35:31 [Preview] No. 31470 del
>>31116
I like it
Cute cirno theme is nice


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 11:54:21 [Preview] No. 31487 del
You probably don't want to bother at this point, but you would consider moving to another board rather than being on a random 8chan clone?


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 13:20:08 [Preview] No. 31489 del


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 15:56:48 [Preview] No. 31503 del
>>31487
Endchan is the best chan outside of the TORNetwork if you care about privacy and RELATIVE freedom from hotpockets.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 16:03:24 [Preview] No. 31504 del
>>31503
Not necessarily. There are some other small places that people just don't know much about.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 18:55:20 [Preview] No. 31514 del
>>31503
endchan is on tor

t. tor posterdood


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 18:59:13 [Preview] No. 31515 del
>>31504
nntpchan is a good one and it's not exclusive to tor/i2p as there's a non anonymous leaf node at 2hu-ch.org

/end shillings


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 20:48:53 [Preview] No. 31521 del
>>31487
>rather than being on a random 8chan clone
As if it's something bad. The 8chan specific 'clone' aspect begins and ends at free board creation and if it weren't for that /librejp/ simply woulndn't be here.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 20:55:15 [Preview] No. 31522 del
>>31521
But that is my point, if the people would wan to move to a site where the site will be a lot more centred around them and not have them be just one of the many boards (even if it is the biggest board here)


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 21:30:48 [Preview] No. 31523 del
>>31522
A lot more centered around doesn't really change that much. There is some appeal in having imageboard dedicated to one board but huge chunk of that appeal lies in independence, setting the rules yourself, choosing your neighbours (or lack thereof) and such but all that comes at a price of responsibility.
There are three global rules here and all of them are pretty much necessary for survival. Other than that you're free to run your own board however you like so it's one of the best (if not the best) options available when weighting independence together with responsibility.
Not trying to be a dick or anything but in most cases migration requires a really good reason.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 21:34:28 [Preview] No. 31524 del
>>31523
In this case both the things you are asking for (freedom yet little responsibility) are given.
By the way how bugged are the board stats?


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 21:49:28 [Preview] No. 31527 del
>>31524
But the "conditions" are already met here. I don't know what you're advertising. This site has already proven itself because it outlived several of it's peers. The current situation is stable and there are no reasons to fear shut down which was the reason for migration last time.

>By the way how bugged are the board stats?
Not sure if I follow. UIPs are counted and updated on a daily basis. As for PPH I'm not sure but I guess it's hourly. I haven't noticed any tampering if that's what you mean.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 22:23:07 [Preview] No. 31529 del
>>31527
PPH is definitely wrong. UIPs seems potentially wrong too as it went down in one day from 400 to 40 or maybe I was just blind.
To the main question, I really don't have a good reason other than "because I might want it to happen."


daitouryou Board owner 01/26/2017 (Thu) 22:35:06 [Preview] No. 31531 del
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>>31487

If you would give us the same freedoms as Librechan did I would consider it.


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 22:42:39 [Preview] No. 31533 del
>>31529
>went down in one day from 400 to 40
When did it happen? Was it during the flood?


とちゃき 01/26/2017 (Thu) 22:48:52 [Preview] No. 31535 del
>>31531
nntpchan has the same freedoms as librechan. The forum becomes N times harder to kill via DDoS given N is the number of nntpchan servers on the main net.

right now N is 5, i think.

they don't care about anything as long as no Real Life lolis, illegal dox or carding.
actually, possibly more if you find a crazy person to host a node with no content moderation policy.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 01:57:40 [Preview] No. 31544 del
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>>31531
Yeah because clearly your community getting fractured even further is the smart thing to do. Come on man, I thought you Japs were smart.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 02:03:50 [Preview] No. 31545 del
>>28075
Only heard of the guy once and it was like last year. That said maybe the guy should go to Vid.me, it's reddit tier but I heard they're more lax with rules.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 07:40:37 [Preview] No. 31553 del
>>31531
So why you didn't choose masterchan then?


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 07:53:08 [Preview] No. 31554 del
>>31531
If by freedoms you mean the only rules being what is illegal, then yes. You will have the freedom to choose your own moderator team on the board as well, you won't get shit enforced by someone else.
That said >>31544 is right.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 10:49:12 [Preview] No. 31566 del
前にimgで英語禁止になったから行かないって言ってた「」も居たからあまり締め付けすぎるのもどうかと思うけどね


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 13:52:31 [Preview] No. 31598 del
What's happened?


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 14:08:56 [Preview] No. 31600 del


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 14:20:04 [Preview] No. 31601 del
>>31598
Sir daitouryou changed the rules, restricting the usage of languages other than japanese in every thread that isn't for language learning.

Which is ridiculous, even futaba isn't that restrictive, so there's a bit of drama in his thread due to people not agreeing with him : >>30196

Example of a thread on Futaba that could be banned here : http://may.2chin.net/b/res/449178212.htm


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 14:29:55 [Preview] No. 31603 del
>>31598
いい天気ですね~


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 15:47:21 [Preview] No. 31614 del
>>31529
this day.
https://www.2chan.net/ : futaba server was down.
these visitor are futaba normies. としあき and 「」
actually, there were many posts.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 15:51:25 [Preview] No. 31617 del
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Rules at the top changed again, back to normal it seems >>31610

Didn't have time to eat my popcorn.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 17:05:57 [Preview] No. 31637 del
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>>31617
FREEDOM HAS PREVAILED


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 19:00:39 [Preview] No. 31650 del
>>31553
Masterchan is filled with pedophiles no one would go to such an obvious honeypot.


とちゃき 01/27/2017 (Fri) 19:02:27 [Preview] No. 31652 del
>>31650
He wanted a chan with the same freedom as Librechan, I gave him one.


とちゃき 01/29/2017 (Sun) 12:22:01 [Preview] No. 31816 del
Braveheart!!!


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Some other examples.


とちゃき 01/29/2017 (Sun) 18:07:45 [Preview] No. 31847 del
Looks neat as an accessory. When worn alone it becomes basically a 'naked apron' and I never was too much of a fan of that.


とちゃき 01/31/2017 (Tue) 03:02:46 [Preview] No. 31914 del
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>>31845
It's retarded, the turtleneck boob window, and the heart window, plus kitty cat window were fucking genius. This naked apron is just fucking retarded, sexy, but retarded. In fact I saw a girl wear one of those today in my college, she had massive tits, and my first reaction wasn't how sexy she was.

Nope, I started giggling outloud then got a boner.


とちゃき 02/04/2017 (Sat) 16:32:50 [Preview] No. 32208 del
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Kemono Friends which is pretty popular on 2chan at the moment (see http://may.2chin.net/b/けものフレンズ for proof) had a little explanation in english in the last episode about sand cats.


とちゃき 02/04/2017 (Sat) 18:04:30 [Preview] No. 32211 del
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>4 full threads daily
How can 3D provide such potent shitpost fuel...
Wasn't particularly interested in it I'm not in a position to be picky, I'm going in.


とちゃき 02/04/2017 (Sat) 20:58:56 [Preview] No. 32219 del
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So I really like Steins;Gate, including the imageboard (or BBS rather) culture elements that seeped in but these were all foreign to me and I can't really gauge how it was done so I've been wondering: was the portrayal of Japanese internet culture in Steins;Gate done tastefully or cringe-inducingly?
Do you get angry when you see some internet culture related things in your media (for example I keep seeing that "(笑)" thingy)? When it's done in the west it rarely ever works out.


とちゃき 02/04/2017 (Sat) 22:43:23 [Preview] No. 32225 del
>>32219
>for example I keep seeing that "(笑)" thingy

I learned through ancient literature that is a religion (not a cult)!


とちゃき 02/10/2017 (Fri) 20:30:55 [Preview] No. 32569 del
A bit of politics with Trump listening to Shinzō Abe but without an ear plug to translate for the opening.

http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com/318019/president-trump-pretends-speak-japanese-during-prime-minister-abe-visit/


とちゃき 02/11/2017 (Sat) 15:42:54 [Preview] No. 32633 del
I'm seeing >>32568 and >>32627 trying to translate french I think so I'll help in english.

Presque Rien Avec Filles = Almost nothing with girls.

It's a bit wrong if you want to be grammatically correct in french, it should be "Avec les filles" or "Avec des filles" (With some/the girls).

There's 3 others titles here : https://www.discogs.com/Luc-Ferrari-Presque-Rien/release/4101403

Presque Rien N°1 Ou Le Lever Du Jour Au Bord De La Mer = Almost nothing N°1 or the sunrise on the seacoast.

Presque Rien N°2 Ainsi Continue La Nuit Dans Ma Tête Multiple = Almost nothing N°2 and so continue the night in my multiple head

Presque Rien N°4 La Remontée Du Village = Almost nothing N°4 the ascent of the village


とちゃき 02/11/2017 (Sat) 16:01:49 [Preview] No. 32636 del
>>32633
ありがとう
Information on that french grammar is interesting.
I think that "Presque Rien Avec Filles" might be a poetic expression.


とちゃき 02/11/2017 (Sat) 16:26:36 [Preview] No. 32637 del
>>32219
I'm easy to read when you delimit the sentences.

From around 2005 years.
In daytime TV and newspaper interviews, I often see "(笑)"
"(笑)" is (shallowly) rooted in Japan.

I do not get angry,
however I feel cheesy when I saw internet slang other than (笑)


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とちゃき 02/13/2017 (Mon) 01:21:28 [Preview] No. 32699 del
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>>24134
>vector ball
wtf am I reading lol. actually just got gash bell vibes from it and looked at the author to find my assumptions were correct.


とちゃき 02/18/2017 (Sat) 12:26:48 [Preview] No. 32977 del
Here's a blog that explain many expressions used in English chans in Japanese : http://eigo-net-slang-jiten.blogspot.com/search/label/4chan用語


とちゃき 02/20/2017 (Mon) 23:38:59 [Preview] No. 33136 del
I saw some news that Russia was involved in the previous US presidential election.
I also saw news report that supporters of Trump were active at 4chan.
However in Japan there is no report that stepped into the fact that the owner of 4chan has changed.
Are there any (English) reports on the relationship between Russia and the new owner of 4chan?


とちゃき 03/06/2017 (Mon) 00:08:59 [Preview] No. 33781 del
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>>32699
>Gash Bell

Well you fags have a fellow fan amongst you now.


とちゃき 03/06/2017 (Mon) 00:30:31 [Preview] No. 33783 del
>>33136
The whole "muh Russians" thing is a big fat farce. The media is attacking Trump via any bullshit angle they can. What pisses me off is that they're not attacking him on the points that matter.

What are those?

>his relationships with Israel, one of our worst allies who keep on leaking US intelligence plus hardware to foreign powers like China
>him appointing Goldman Sachs employees as secretaries of treasury
>him gutting the EPA and other environmentalist groups without making sure we have proper replacements for them

Mind you the EPA is fucking shit, they're responsible for our waters being polluted with heavy metals like lead, here in the US. So gutting them is SORT OF good, but without a proper replacement I can see things going to shit even harder. Granted I don't think tap water, but for those who can't afford filtered water I feel extremely bad.

BTW Trump supporters are also active on 8chan which is owned by Jim, a scum bag you're probably familiar with as much as you are with Hiroyuki the tranny fucker.


とちゃき 03/06/2017 (Mon) 00:45:20 [Preview] No. 33785 del
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>>33783
>Granted I don't think tap water

Meant to type drink, not think, been cramming for a bunch of exams Jap kun, sorry.


とちゃき 03/06/2017 (Mon) 02:26:14 [Preview] No. 33788 del
>>33783
I understand that the news topic has shifted to policies.
In Japan 's news, I have not seen the news report about EPA yet.
In Japan, there is a strong interest in American diplomacy and economic policy.


とちゃき 03/06/2017 (Mon) 06:57:06 [Preview] No. 33794 del
>>33788
>policies

Cherry picking them, meaning they cherry pick the dumbest of dumb shit from his immigration policies while completely ignoring the stuff I talked about. Also we get news pieces about this poor X rapefugee, or immigrant leech and why we should let them freeload off of our system while they send their money back to mexico or rape our kids/women. Talking about "rapefugees", one from India recently got special permission from a kike called Schumer to stay here in the US despite the travel bans and what not. Surely enough a few days later he rapes a white 13 year old girl and the media just sweeps it under the rug.

Anyhow Jap-kun if you ever come to the US don't drink tap water, the lead in it has a half life of about 90 days, and it accumulates in the system too. Also get used to the racism against whites, people who look white and Asians, it's common here, and don't you dare talk badly about spics, kikes and niggers, you will get lynched.


とちゃき 03/07/2017 (Tue) 17:22:22 [Preview] No. 33955 del
Wikileaks reveals CIA were researching... Japanese emojis.
https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/cms/page_17760284.html


とちゃき 03/07/2017 (Tue) 17:43:56 [Preview] No. 33956 del
>>33955
The Jew fears the Samurai, or some shit like that tbh M Night famalamadingdong


とちゃき 03/10/2017 (Fri) 13:47:07 [Preview] No. 34208 del
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なんかね、日本に旅行するつもりがあって、消費計算する所で早く仕事を見つからないと駄目みたいだな。
どの仕事がなんか一番入りやすいの? コンビニの店員さんの他は? こんな簡単な仕事を見つけるためどうすればいいだろう。 インタネットで探すそれとも自身でそれぞれの周りの店を伺う方が良いの?
詰まらない事聞いてスマソがNEETっぽい性格で余り日本人の友達がつくれなかって


とちゃき 03/10/2017 (Fri) 15:44:05 [Preview] No. 34218 del
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>>34208
日本旅行しながら働くのかな?
Do you work while going on a Japanese trip?
コンビニエンスの店員の仕事は、短期間の募集はしてない
The work of the salesclerk of the convenience does not raise short terms
仕事は基本的には職安(ハローワーク)というところで探すよ
I look for the work basically in the place called the job placement office (hello work)
しかし短期間の仕事の募集はあんまりやってないみたいだ
However, I do not seem to do the offer of the short-term work very much
でも仕事全般の相談はできるから困ったら頼ってみるといいかも
But should I rely if troubled because I can talk about the overall work?
こんなような建物だよ
It is a building like this

インターネットでアルバイト求人サイトから仕事を探すのがいいんだろうけど
You should look for work on the Internet from the part-time job job offer site
日本語が読めないと求人サイトは使いにくいかもしれない
When Japanese is not readable, it may be hard to use the job offer site


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:25:31 [Preview] No. 34237 del
>>34218
Some of the grammar on this is fucked up to be honest... Now I don't speak Jap so me sprucing up your grammar is going to make me do some pretty liberal assumptions using google translate and my own limited understanding of your language.

Please bear with me, anyhow let's begin. Or don't and skip this post, your choice really m8ies.

>=Incorrect

red text = correct

>Do you work while going on a Japanese trip?

Do you like to work while going on a trip around Japan?

Do you like working while on a trip across Japan?

Do you like working while traveling around Japan?


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:26:32 [Preview] No. 34238 del
>>34237
I am fucking retarded, sorry, anyhow...


Do you like to work while going on a trip around Japan?

Do you like working while on a trip across Japan?

Do you like working while traveling around Japan?


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:37:55 [Preview] No. 34239 del
>The work of the salesclerk of the convenience does not raise short terms

If you're saying that the salesclerk is hired for a long time.
営業員が長い間雇われていると言っているのならば。

Saleclerks are not hired to work for a short amount of time.

Salesclerk is not a job with a short life span.

Or if you're saying that the job of a salesclerk doesn't pay well enough.
または、営業員の仕事がうまく行かないと言っているのであれば。

The work of a salesclerk isn't that good for saving up cash.

The work of a salesclerk isn't the best in the world for raising up some cash.

The work of a salesclerk isn't really good enough to gain some cash.


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:40:56 [Preview] No. 34240 del
>>34237
>>34238
Before you write anymore: dude, first things first: can you read Japanese? Cause I don't think he meant whether "someone likes working while going on a trip" but rather "do you really get to work on a trip to Japan" as in "you sure about that? you can't work legally with just tourist visa". It's nice of you to go out of your way and present him naturally sounding sentences but at the same time you kind of mislead him by offering him lines that he didn't attempt to write.


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:45:00 [Preview] No. 34241 del
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>>34239
>I look for the work basically in the place called the job placement office (hello work)

So basically I'm looking for work in this place called the employment office, "helloooooooooo work!"

So basically I'm job searching in this place called the job placement office, I'll be saying "hi to work" soon!

Note that using () in English is seen as poor form except in very specific situations.
非常に特殊な状況を除いて、英語で()を使用することは悪い形式とみなされます。

>>34240

Very poorly, so if you can do better than me please take over.


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 00:56:09 [Preview] No. 34242 del
>>34240
Looking at the sentences and context, as well as stopping my retardation I realized my mistake for that first correction up top. The question is asking if he's going to work during his vacation in Japan.

SUPER DUPER CORRECT VERSION 2.0

>>34238
>Do you work while going on a Japanese trip?

Are you going to work in Japan while on vacation?

Are you going to work while you're on your trip in Japan?

>>34239
>The work of the salesclerk of the convenience does not raise short terms

Saleclerks are not hired to work for a short amount of time in Japan.

Salesclerk is not a job with a short life span over there in Japan.

>>34241
This is correct, no changes needed.
超正確


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 01:02:57 [Preview] No. 34243 del
>>34218
>日本旅行しながら働くのかな?
「WORKING HOLIDAY」と言うビザがあって30才まで一年間の間では仕事ができるそうだ
ハローワークは便利見たいけど外国人の用を承るだろうか、ま、とりあえず言語能力以外が必要職業で務めなくて、とちゃきさんは短期間の仕事が職安にあんまり出ないと言ってくれて恐らく別の方法が見つからないとね
辞書使って大体大丈夫から進めるサイトあるの?
せめて求人検索が勉強になるだろう


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 01:08:52 [Preview] No. 34244 del
>>34243
いや、ちょっとまって
一年間は短期間ではないはず・・・だろう?
なんか困ったな


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 01:13:30 [Preview] No. 34245 del
>>34242
>Saleclerks are not hired to work for a short amount of time in Japan.
>
>Salesclerk is not a job with a short life span over there in Japan.
Much better but that's not what he said.
>コンビニエンスの店員の仕事は、短期間の募集はしてない
is
As for convenience store saleclerks the recruitment is not done on short term [basis].


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 01:27:16 [Preview] No. 34246 del
>>34218
>However, I do not seem to do the offer of the short-term work very much

However it seems there's not many openings for short term work right now.

However it seems there aren't many openings for temporary positions right now.

However it looks like they aren't soliciting any temporary positions right now.

However it looks like they aren't looking for any temporary position applicants right now.

>But should I rely if troubled because I can talk about the overall work?

Should I really rely on the Job Placement Office entirely, because it seems like a good source of info for employment?

Should I really place all my trust on the Job Placement Office because I can talk to them directly about job offers?

Alternatively

Is it really okay to put all my confidence on the Job Placement Office just because I can talk to them about all sort of topics related to my job hunting?

>You should look for work on the Internet from the part-time job job offer site

It's also a nice idea to look for work on the Internet for some of those temporary employment offers.

It's also a nice idea to look for some temporary position offers on Internet as well

>When Japanese is not readable, it may be hard to use the job offer site

It's hard to use job offer sites when you can't read Japanese

>>34245

Okay I see, so they mean that you can only apply for sales clerk if you tell them ahead of time. You can't just apply willy nilly, there's a process to it. Man Jap is so fucking nuanced in its structure. Please correct any other mistakes I make, I don't want to mislead Jap-Kun. Plus I get to learn some Jap grammar too, it's a win-win, except for you of course, oh generous anon overlord.

Anyhow, I know for sure that;

>インターネットでアルバイト求人サイトから仕事を探すのがいいんだろうけど

Means that it's also a good idea to look for a temp job on the Internet as well. Correct, or am I being retarded yet again?


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 02:37:52 [Preview] No. 34247 del
>>34218
では良かったらヤンキー奴のお代わりに英語のミスを説明させてくだいさい
>Do you work while going on a Japanese trip?
は「のかな」の疑いが足りなくて、何という「本気か、お前」の通信が届けないね
だから「Do you really get to work on a trip to Japan?」に「REALLY」見たいな言葉を使ったほうが良いと思う
「get to VERB」はここなら「◯をする奇怪がある」あるいは「◯が許される」
http://www.dictionary.com/browse/get の21の定義を見たら確かめる
別に「get to VERB」がここに必要訳ではないがなんか自然な英語だと思ったけれど「働ける」より「働く」書いたからやはり「get to」はいらいないだろう

>The work of the salesclerk of the convenience does not raise short terms
「the salesclerk」には「the」がちょっと違うな
でも以前な「the」は正しかった
なぜだと分かるかい? 以前のレスでは店員さんの仕事の事を聞いたね
店員さんは誰?どうでも良いだろうね、人と言う意味じゃないから、ただの仕事の名だ
だからこそこんな場合では「the」の代わりに「a」を使おうね
「convenience」の後は「STORE」が現れないとと「都合の良さ」になっちゃう、そしてまた「the」の代わりに「a」が必要
「does not raise」の「raise」は「建物を建てる」とか色んな意味があるね、でもどっちもの意味がここに合えなさそうね
募集は「recruitment」だからこれにしよう
「the recruitment is not done on short term」の方が一番相応しいと思う

それでここに止まっておいてもっと説明のは欲しいの?
興味なくていらないならあるいは説明方が好まないなら言ってくれ、押し付けたい訳ではないから
既に情報が頼ったから遠慮なくてはいと言ったら続ける
押し付けたい訳ではないから


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 02:54:46 [Preview] No. 34249 del
>>34246
>Plus I get to learn some Jap grammar too, it's a win-win, except for you of course, oh generous anon overlord.
I'm but a とちゃき and since I'm not a native English speaker it can be informative to see your perspective for me as well (I'd never would have thought that brackets are poor form), so let's learn together.
The only problem is FUCKING REDTEXT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAnd that it's already couple scrolls of text to read and we don't even know if とちゃき wants that sort of help. Might be too much at the same time.
>Correct, or am I being retarded yet again?
That's the gist of it without going into grammar details.


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 03:30:12 [Preview] No. 34251 del
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>>34249
>(I'd never would have thought that brackets are poor form)

Parenthesis and brackets are poor form, but it doesn't stop people from using them in your average day to day situations such as IM, cellphones and the like. The specific situations you can use them in is to do concise citations within a book, report, dissertations or thesis. It varies with the formatting you use however, and there's some formats as well where it's inappropriate. The most commonly used formats are APA, MLA and then there's whatever the fuck you call the format we use in the hard sciences, which is albeit similar to APA.

Here's a link for the hard science formatting.

http://www.instruction.greenriver.edu/mcvay/B100/general_format_for_writing_a_sci.htm

>The only problem is FUCKING REDTEXT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAnd that it's already couple scrolls of text to read and we don't even know if とちゃき wants that sort of help. Might be too much at the same time.


Well I used the red text vs green text to make it easy to tell apart the ramblings and answers. The reason why I gave him multiple answers, is because language in general is too pliable and I don't know how complex his teacher wants his sentences to be. To be honest I could tell English wasn't your first language, but your handle on it is still pretty good. Hell I honestly thought you were a pollack from /4/, a slav from /slav/ or some Euro from /pol/ or something.

While you're still awake Japkun, can you answer a few questions? Why did you learn English? What do you think about the moral and sexual decadance in the west in regards to transexual 5 year olds? What do you think about our rapefugee crisis?


とちゃき 03/11/2017 (Sat) 15:56:55 [Preview] No. 34279 del
>>34251
>To be honest I could tell English wasn't your first language
Any specific parts that need correction? Even a few examples would be nice.


とちゃき 03/12/2017 (Sun) 02:14:50 [Preview] No. 34293 del
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I really like this thread now.

Picture is from Ketchup Ninja : http://seiga.nicovideo.jp/comic/14

In english : http://kissmanga.com/Manga/Ketchup-Ninja/Ch-001-Read-Online?id=172021


とちゃき 03/13/2017 (Mon) 00:53:54 [Preview] No. 34373 del
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とちゃき 03/13/2017 (Mon) 05:11:48 [Preview] No. 34381 del
The Rape of Nanking never happened, True or False?


とちゃき 03/13/2017 (Mon) 05:20:29 [Preview] No. 34383 del
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>>34381
This thread is dead set on not getting political it seems m8. You're not going to get any politics from these Japs. With that said, even if Nanking was not exaggerated Japan did nothing wrong.


とちゃき 03/13/2017 (Mon) 06:25:45 [Preview] No. 34386 del
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>>34279
Tomorrow I'll show you a bunch of posts where it's obvious, and if you want all of them. Helping fellow anons is always a delight, and I have the autism necessary to do it as well.


とちゃき 03/13/2017 (Mon) 21:17:23 [Preview] No. 34438 del
>>34208
日本語上手だね
I am certain that you can become a wonderful English teacher in japan.


とちゃき 03/15/2017 (Wed) 01:56:15 [Preview] No. 34520 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ZXn1HKqk9j4 [Embed]

Easy english lesson.


とちゃき 03/15/2017 (Wed) 07:49:36 [Preview] No. 34524 del
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>>34245
>As for convenience store saleclerks the recruitment is not done on short term

As for convenience store saleclerks the recruitment is not done on short notice.

>>34240
>Before you write anymore: dude, first things first: can you read Japanese?

Too many colons there, also colons are usually used to make huge lists. What you wanted to use there is a semi colon, it's only used when you're writing connecting paragraphs. Not just any paragraphs though, they have to be ones that you feel are getting slightly off topic, but are still integral to the discussion at hand.

>Cause

This is nitpicking, but I will point it out regardless. When you use because shorthanded, or if it was your intention, with a southern drawl, always remember to put an apostrophe beforehand. In this case however I'm actually not skilled enough in grammar rules to know whether you can start a sentence with an apostrophe or not.

But regardless, you have to use "'cause" if you don't people might get confused if they're not retarded or they're not niggers. Only niggers use "cause" without an apostrophe in place of because. Cause means the reasons why something happened, or something will happen. Because is a relative clause that prefaces why something is being done, will happen, or happened.

Yes it is very context sensitive despite them meaning mostly the same thing.

>you kind of mislead him by offering him lines that he didn't attempt to write.

Since you're talking in the past tense here, the word "mislead" is not grammatically correct. The conjugation you're looking for is "misled" not "mislead", mislead is used in the present or future tense.

>>34249
"since I'm not a native English speaker it can be informative to see your perspective"

The sentence is not wrong, but it sounds rather awkward, like something's off. Something less rigid and more natural would be something akin to; "Since I'm not a native English speaker it would be beneficial to see your take on things." Try to avoid the terms "informative", "educational" and the like, in natural conversations people tend to use those words, at least here in the USA, very ironically. Sometimes the irony is dismissive in nature, not just playful.

There are situations where it can't be helped and you have to use similar phrases of course, but they're rare in occurrence. Unless of course you're a teacher and talking to fellow colleagues or older students. For this complaint I can see you struggling due to how polite you Japs are, even Kansaiben still retains that classic Jap politeness you guys are renown for.


とちゃき 03/15/2017 (Wed) 08:07:11 [Preview] No. 34525 del
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>>34520
So do you Japs find English funny and cool? Also what do you think about Inafune and the shitheap scandals behind Mighty No. 09?


とちゃき 03/17/2017 (Fri) 22:24:14 [Preview] No. 34704 del
hello jp


とちゃき 03/18/2017 (Sat) 11:14:36 [Preview] No. 34720 del
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とちゃき 03/18/2017 (Sat) 15:51:14 [Preview] No. 34751 del
>>34438
If there's one thing I learned it's that when Japanese person compliments your Japanese it means it's rather bad so sorry for butchering your language. I'll get better eventually. I didn't plan on teaching English however, natives should be better suited for the job.

>>34524
>on short notice.
Maybe there's some more natural way say what I've said but this one is so wrong. He wasn't talking about jobs that you're able to get quickly but jobs that are for a short term. Like a seasonal job or anything else that is to last few months at best.
>Too many colons there
Dumb mistake, I forget to reread my posts before replying far too often. That being said I'm shit at punctuation (even in my native tongue) so I appreciate your input.
>But regardless, you have to use "'cause" if you don't people might get confused
I dunno mang. This is informal register speech. If I were to write a book in which " 'cause" is a part of a character's style then sure, you're right. In real life however language has no rules whatsoever. Everything is dictated by the native speakers who, while are liable to mistakes, simply do not err. I lack this divine mandate but I've seen " cause" many times used like that by natives so I consider that point overruled. Still thanks for telling me, might come in handy someday.
>The conjugation you're looking for is "misled" not "mislead", mislead is used in the present or future tense.
What I meant is that you didn't just misled him and it's over but you keep misleading him. I'd use present continuous but I meant it in a more general sense as in "if you don't know what he wrote you'll mislead him". I can't really argue that Simple Present was the correct choice here because I simply don't know for sure but using past tense is out of question here.
>Try to avoid the terms "informative", "educational" and the like, in natural conversations people tend to use those words, at least here in the USA, very ironically.
Can't say I've done it consciously but perhaps some annoyance I felt towards how you did things seeped through. My bad. Anyway now you've mentioned it I recognize the rigidity of that sentence and it means I still have some way to go. At the very least that last remark was utterly valid so it served as a well needed reality check, thank you.


とちゃき 03/18/2017 (Sat) 22:25:51 [Preview] No. 34769 del
>>34751
In general natives tend to butcher up and fuck up grammar pretty badly no matter what their language, nationality or country is. It's why shit like "bling bling" has made it into the fucking dictionary for fuck's sake. Shit I myself fucked up by forgetting some commas here and there. Just know if you use " 'cause", a lot people will either read your sentence as if you were a nigger, a person with a southern drawl or a spic with a heavy accent.

In general shorthanding words is looked down upon by those who are not niggers, gang members, plebs etc. So for the most part you can continue with this bad habit with very little repercussions outside of professional environments. Anyhow if you're not Jap, then are you that one Italian anon from WAAAAY back in the thread?

Or are you Czwarty?


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 01:06:14 [Preview] No. 34771 del
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>>34769
>if you use " 'cause", a lot people will either read your sentence as if you were a nigger, a person with a southern drawl or a spic with a heavy accent.
Regional stylistic differences are not necessarily my forte. There was a time during which I kept using "howdy" because I thought it was, while outdated, kinda cool only to eventually bump on a tosser that kept rambling about wild west stuff to me and I had no idea why.

Words used frequently get shortened, it happens everywhere and all the grammar nazi butthurt in the world won't be able to contain it, ever. It's simply more efficient and applying whatever superficial criteria of stature to processes like that is not only misguided but ignorant of the basic linguistic mechanisms that have shaped the very language one seeks to uphold.

Are you the guy that's obsessed with figuring who he's dealing with on an anonymous imageboard of all places?


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 01:37:50 [Preview] No. 34773 del
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>>34771
You have been warned

>Are you the guy that's obsessed with figuring who he's dealing with on an anonymous imageboard of all places?

I /AM/ /AutisM/


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 02:15:53 [Preview] No. 34774 del
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>>34773
>I /AM/ /AutisM/
Pleased to meet you, I'm とちゃき.

Have you noticed the Nip you've been attempting to correct hasn't said a word in response? Hard to say for sure but my guess is that you've been pushy or mildly annoying. I for one think it's not fault of /AM/ in any general sense so it would be unfair to drag /AM/ into this. Might even cause certain someone a measure of problems in mending fragile interboard relations, assuring a bit insecure /librejp/ of no ill will on /AM/'s part and contributing to keeping Southern Barbarian access unobstructed.


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 02:49:21 [Preview] No. 34776 del
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>>34774
I'm autistic so I notice these things way too late. By the time I notice the damage has been done or has been pointed out to me. It's why I mentioned I /AM/ autistic, we constantly have retarded quabbles like this on /AM/ when the board dies but is then revived by whiners.

Which reminds me, I have not debated whiners in quite some time, want to join me?


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 12:42:47 [Preview] No. 34790 del
>>34776
/pol/ pls


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 13:10:33 [Preview] No. 34793 del
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Haruhi English book, have fun with that.


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 13:55:23 [Preview] No. 34795 del
As a side note, here's how Yen Press who published Haruhi in America translated that example (Vol 1 PDF if you want to see more) :

Apparently, it was decided at some point that the seating order was to be changed every month. Class president Ryoko Asakura went
around with a cookie tin of quadruple-folded pieces of paper to be
drawn. I drew a quite excellent seat next to the window facing the
courtyard, second from the back of the room. And as for the person
in the seat behind me, I don’t know how it happened, but Haruhi
Suzumiya sat behind me looking like she was suffering a cavity.

“I wonder if students will start disappearing one by one. Or
maybe a teacher will be found murdered inside a locked class-room.”

“That’s some dangerous stuff.”


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 16:54:24 [Preview] No. 34806 del
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>>34790
I'm not Natsoc, but I do browse it.


とちゃき 03/19/2017 (Sun) 21:43:45 [Preview] No. 34815 del
>>34806
Well you weren't joking. Despite some valiant effort on fun-squad part the results are the thread got trashed. Only thing left is to hope that /AM/ remembers their training and figures that the secret technique is the proper tactical solution here.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 15:51:57 [Preview] No. 34876 del
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>>34815
This is not the first time the thread has gotten trashed. Anyhow stop whining, and tell me, is Pumpkin Scissors popular anywhere in the world? Because Del Rey fucked up its western release and pretty much scared all translators away from it, so all we get is sporadic fan translations. This is despite the fact that Del Rey haven't translated the series for years now.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:29:08 [Preview] No. 34883 del
>>34876
A tl group picked it up again actually and did 3 releases this year.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:30:07 [Preview] No. 34884 del
>>34883
Inb4 it's dropped again then.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:37:02 [Preview] No. 34885 del
>>34884
Well on the Jap side of things 20 vols have been released. So at least when someone picks it up, or we become fluent in Jap we'll be able to read it.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:38:57 [Preview] No. 34886 del
>>34885
Well that's something I guess... Makes me think though, in manga, is the funding for it the same bullshit as anime? Reliant on merchandising more than box sets?

Because if it's not I'll buy all of the volumes when it's complete. If it is, what sort of merchandising can help fund the manga?


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:40:28 [Preview] No. 34887 del
>>34886
No clue that's a question better left off for the Japs to answer to be honest.


とちゃき 03/20/2017 (Mon) 16:47:15 [Preview] No. 34889 del
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>>34887
Maybe we're oversimplifying things

https://myanimelist.net/news/49973816

Maybe merchandising determines sequel bait, while dvd sales determines...

I have no clue, I'll just wait for a Jap as well.


とちゃき 03/21/2017 (Tue) 02:08:59 [Preview] No. 34895 del
肛門レスリング


とちゃき 03/21/2017 (Tue) 18:06:52 [Preview] No. 34935 del
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叱った vs 叱る

What's the difference?


とちゃき 03/21/2017 (Tue) 18:21:57 [Preview] No. 34936 del
>>34795
I bought volume 1 of Haruhi in Japanese, but I've seen the anime and the novel translation so many times I can'tell get motivated to read it because I know how it goes. Waste of money man, I'm not hardcore enough about Haruhi I guess. The only fun thing left is seeing how Kyon narrates in the original Japanese.


とちゃき 03/23/2017 (Thu) 04:32:51 [Preview] No. 35017 del
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僕は宿題おしったしまった

How the fuck does this phrase above, translate into the phrase below?

I did my homework

Doesn't しまった mean damn but in a polite way? Something similar to like "oops" or some other exclamation showing you fucked up? Or is this part of that 謙譲語 politeness you have to add in proper Japanese grammar?


とちゃき 03/24/2017 (Fri) 00:10:25 [Preview] No. 35085 del
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>>35017
It does not because the sentence is wrong, you probably misheard it or something.
Anyway look up te+shimatta.
It might sound radical but my advice would be to go over some basic grammar.


とちゃき 03/24/2017 (Fri) 04:47:31 [Preview] No. 35096 del
>>35085
>It might sound radical but my advice would be to go over some basic grammar.

But I am...


とちゃき 03/24/2017 (Fri) 07:46:58 [Preview] No. 35103 del
>>35096
Page 403, apparently it's "de shimau" not "te" in that particular handbook. Not sure why.
Anyway keep at it. Remember - little steps. If you feel you need to take a break from learning you probably do. Try to aim for a state of childlike curiosity, that's when you'll be most efficient. Exertion slowly but surely kills one's learning capability.
Oh and don't get discouraged if you won't notice any increase in your performance over prolonged periods of time, it's normal. Bang your head at that wall, rest up, have fun with what you've learned up to this point and go bang some more. It'll crumble down eventually.


とちゃき 03/25/2017 (Sat) 03:58:22 [Preview] No. 35198 del
SukaSuka, my mistake.
Here's the website to verify it's indeed a Japanese anime : http://sukasuka-anime.com/


とちゃき 03/25/2017 (Sat) 14:26:10 [Preview] No. 35292 del
>>35196
Getting a bit of early episode Sora no Woto vibes from those moss covered ruins and fog but it might just be a post-apocalyptic setting and it might nob have much to do with the anime itself. Never thought I'd hear Simon&Garfunkel in anything anime and I like that but in my personal opinion they overdid it with instruments - less in more in this case. Anyway here's original if you want to compare https://youtube.com/watch?v=xnWJuu63L1w [Embed]

I'm cursious about that Willem-Kmetsch character. Kmetsch might come from "kmieć" so if SnW got some inspiration from Mediterranean, southern France and Spain then maybe this time there'll be some eastern European influence.


とちゃき 03/25/2017 (Sat) 22:13:45 [Preview] No. 35298 del
English song gets popular in Japan due to Japanese comedians.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=CX-un4obyU0 [Embed]
https://youtube.com/watch?v=8puMpOhm_5s [Embed]

Nice.


とちゃき 03/25/2017 (Sat) 22:15:40 [Preview] No. 35299 del
And the sketch with English subtitles : https://youtube.com/watch?v=fJGXrxeTQR0 [Embed]


とちゃき 03/25/2017 (Sat) 23:41:19 [Preview] No. 35302 del
>>35103
>>35096
>>35085
NVM I'm retarded, I confused oshitsute with oshitsuta. Still though why the fuck does he add shimatsuta? Why does he add oops to such a simple sentence as "I did my homework." Is it because of 謙譲語 or not?


とちゃき 03/26/2017 (Sun) 09:20:39 [Preview] No. 35326 del
Why the fuck is 左腕 さわん、 and 右腕 右腕?
They're lady and fight arm but the readings are completely different especially for the second kanji.


とちゃき 03/26/2017 (Sun) 09:20:49 [Preview] No. 35327 del
Why the fuck is 左腕 さわん、 and 右腕 右腕?
They're lady and fight arm but the readings are completely different especially for the second kanji.


とちゃき 03/26/2017 (Sun) 09:26:32 [Preview] No. 35328 del
Left and right arm* でも、どうして右腕と左腕は同じ音じゃない?


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>>35328
いいえ。ちゃんと同じ音があります。
左腕には「さわん」と「ひだりうで」という二つの読み方があります。
右腕には「うわん」と「みぎうで」という二つの読み方があります。
「さわん」と「うわん」。「ひだりうで」と「みぎうで」。同じ音があるでしょう?
詳しいことは音読みと訓読みについて調べてみてください。
それから漢字とは関係ないけれど、画像の女の子と男の子は同じ人です。


とちゃき 03/26/2017 (Sun) 19:00:33 [Preview] No. 35363 del
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>>35335
I see thanks, and traps are how the gods show their love for us.


とちゃき 03/29/2017 (Wed) 11:43:39 [Preview] No. 35515 del
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lul


とちゃき 03/29/2017 (Wed) 12:04:14 [Preview] No. 35519 del
>>35515
Trump is also a card game in Japan, that's why he's playing cards here.


とちゃき 03/29/2017 (Wed) 19:17:03 [Preview] No. 35626 del
A Japanese twitter account that showcase english anime viewers if you're curious about foreign reactions : https://twitter.com/snatch_aniki


とちゃき 04/03/2017 (Mon) 14:24:26 [Preview] No. 36091 del
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Hello, I am mona. How are you doing?
こんにちは、私はモナザルです。
お元気ですか?

Another of our special text boards disappears. It is nice that librejp is still strong!
我々の特別なテキスト・ボードのもう一つは、消えます。
librejpがまだ強いことは、素晴らしいです!


とちゃき 04/03/2017 (Mon) 14:43:47 [Preview] No. 36095 del
Oh, it's a sad news


とちゃき 04/04/2017 (Tue) 03:33:39 [Preview] No. 36113 del
What is this board about? I've never seen it before.

このボードの話題は何? また見つけない


とちゃき 04/04/2017 (Tue) 04:14:04 [Preview] No. 36114 del
>>36113

this is where anglos come to die


とちゃき 04/04/2017 (Tue) 04:30:58 [Preview] No. 36116 del
>>36114
>tfw I'm a white looking beaner


とちゃき 04/04/2017 (Tue) 04:58:57 [Preview] No. 36118 del
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>>36113
The process that /librejp/ was established
/librejp/が設立された経緯
>>30854

The main topic is an animation and game of Japan
主な話題は日本のアニメ・ゲームです
An eroticism image is preferred to a topic of the politics
政治の話よりもエロ画像が好まれます
We love ERO GAZOU!!
とちゃきエロ画像だーいすき!!


とちゃき 04/04/2017 (Tue) 05:26:42 [Preview] No. 36120 del
>>36091
>Another of our special text boards disappears.

Which one?


とちゃき 04/09/2017 (Sun) 09:19:44 [Preview] No. 36654 del


とちゃき 04/09/2017 (Sun) 09:42:01 [Preview] No. 36783 del
あげ


とちゃき 04/09/2017 (Sun) 14:50:37 [Preview] No. 36907 del
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Do you guys even know what "Cyclical" is? I'm a New Yorker and I don't even know the definition of cyclical.


とちゃき 04/09/2017 (Sun) 16:45:09 [Preview] No. 36933 del
>>36907
Something that's part of a cycle like water who goes into the atmosphere when it evaporate to return back on Earth when it rains.


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Coming back on SukaSuka because now after have a trailer in english, it's in french everywhere.

"Au cadeau du chat" -> To the cat's gift
"Infirmerie" -> Infirmary
"Intendance" -> Meeting room
"Pour certifier la mise en place de ce contrat de location, une signature est nécessaire" -> To certificate the etablishement of this renting contract, a signature is necessary.
"Encre noire" -> Black ink

(Yes, there's some errors on the last screenshot)


とちゃき 04/11/2017 (Tue) 20:04:50 [Preview] No. 37079 del
>>37078
And that "l'accord de" means "with the consent of".


とちゃき 04/17/2017 (Mon) 13:13:06 [Preview] No. 37511 del
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More anime english facts with Little Witch Academia who has plenty of text.
In the last episode, all of the little text in that newspaper is in fact extracted from Franz Kafka's "The Metamorphosis".
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/変身_(カフカ)


とちゃき 04/17/2017 (Mon) 20:34:23 [Preview] No. 37528 del
>>37078
The direction looks nice so far and despite obvious french influence seems I was right about there being some eastern-european undertones.


とちゃき 04/17/2017 (Mon) 22:14:48 [Preview] No. 37530 del
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Guys how do I get fluent in Japanese? I have two years of college Japanese, have translated manga for fun, and visited Japan for 1-2 months. But I don't know where to go from here. I never made Japanese friends so my interest has shrunk.

Should I do a study abroad? It's so goddamned expensive though. I don't think I have the discipline to continue study Japanese unless I'm living in Japan or making friends with Japs. I can only read so much manga before I get tired of it, and I since I read for fun rather than memorizing, I don't remember the words I look up. (I just think...that kanji looks familar, I think it means.....?, but there'should no way in hell I can speak it yet.)


とちゃき 04/18/2017 (Tue) 00:19:55 [Preview] No. 37535 del
>>37530
Unless you plan to live in Japland there's no reason to goout of your way forit TBH


とちゃき 04/18/2017 (Tue) 14:37:19 [Preview] No. 37582 del
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The embassy of Finland based in Tokyo released his second anime episode about Fintan who's into a fursuit and like to say "Sugoi!", thanks Kemono Friends.
http://www.finland.or.jp/public/default.aspx?contentid=360812

Happy 500th post with that!


とちゃき 04/18/2017 (Tue) 14:55:09 [Preview] No. 37583 del
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>>37582
>Finland mentioned
TORILLE :3

Also we had Local election, so our tax money funded broadcasting company Yle and it's smaller branch called "Kioski" posted this to its twitter page.
It basically encourages younger generation to vote. Lately younger people have terrible voter turnout compared to the older generations.

I know this is a bit off topic, but I thought you would enjoy this anime at least. It has some of our ministers fighting in it :3


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>>37582
honorary asians
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とちゃき 04/18/2017 (Tue) 23:56:18 [Preview] No. 37596 del
>>37535
I may permanently move to Japan. I do not fit into my country's culture, and although I don't know if I will fit into Japan, it's worth trying.

I am mostly worried that I will have no options except to become an ALT and teach English, and I don't know own if I can do that for 30-40 years and retire that way. I just hope I discover closet pedo tendencies that sustain me so I won't hate my low paying job too much. I might not be able to support a family either, not that I have kids, so I pray that I am a pedo and working with smiling kids will be enough if I can't find a good partner.


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Another new anime girl based of a foreign country : here's Nozomi who represent the Rhaetian Railway for Switzerland.
http://blog.esuteru.com/archives/20012504.html



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