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Obanha

PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2005 1:17 am
Hello i thought since we are lernning well useful japanese phases, You
might as well know ones that are just funny, have no really use inless
your milking a cow or you just wont to say somthing.... but don't wont to
be asked alot of Q's (this all so works when you are lost, just speed it up
and look confused... 3nodding ) Ok here it is and sadly I can't put it in
hiragana or katakana cuz my dad will kill me ( long story but it ends in a
progam not working with it and him lossing lost of work... sweatdrop ) sorry
about the rammbl.. fainls are coming! xd gonk crying


useless stuff or milk a cow!

*To put up an umbrella ~ kasa o sasu

Note: sasu- to indicate, to point (a finger), to put up (an umbrella) kasa-
umbrella, parasol *side note* another word for umbrella is "Amagu" but it
can mean raincoat and rainwear too if i remmber right...

*I speak loudly ~ Ookii koe de iu

Note: Ookii- big, large, loud Koe- voice Iu- to speak, say

*The squid has lost of legs ~ Ika no ashi wa ooi

Note: Ika- squid, cuttlefish Ashi- leg, foot Ooi- nummerous, many, much
(or if your my scottis grate aunt a way of yelling to you...)

*I'll buy sake at the international airport ~ Kokusai kuukoo de sake o kau

Side Note: this one might come in handy...but too much monny there.
Note: kokusai- international Kuukoo- airport (when you right it the "koo"
part in hiragana is writtin as "ko" "u" ... this would be better if i had
hiragana on the computer..) Sake- sake ( you drink it *must be 18 or
older) Kau- to buy, purchase, or get.

*The cow eats grass ~ Ushi wa kasa o kuu

Note: Ushi- cow, bull, ox, cattle Kusa- grass, weed (not that weed.. xd )
Kuu- to eat *note taberu is more polite and usual but who gives xd

*Milk a cow ~ Ushi no chichi o shiboru

Note: Ushi- cow, bull, ox, cattle Chichi- breast Shiboru- squeeze, press

*I'll draw the square accurately ~ Shikaku o seikaku ni kaku

Note: Shikaku- square Seikaku- Accurate, exact, precise Kaku- to write,
draw

*To stand next to the chair ~ Isu no tonari ni tatsu

Note: Isu- chair, stool Tonari- next (like next to) Tatsu- to stand, to rise

*The first of the month is the day after tomorrow ~ Tsuitachi wa asatte desu

Note: Tsuitachi- the first of the month Asatte- the day after tomorow ( or
a name of a movie xd )

*I beat a red drum ~ Akai taiko o tataku

Note: Akai- red Taiko- drum Tataku- to beat, hit, knock, slap

*A cat in a box ~ Hako no naka no neko

Note: Hako- box Naka- inside Neko- cat

*The bear lives in the mountains ~ kuma wa yama ni sumu

Note: Kuma- bear Yama- mountains Sumu- to live, reside

*I had a injection today ~ Kyoo chuusha o shita

Note: Kyoo- today Chuusha- injection Shita- did

*The gold fish swim ~ Kingyo ga oyogu

Note: Kingyo- goldfish Oyogu- to swim

*I drink milk ~ Gyuunyuu o nomu

Note: Gyuunyuu- (cows) milk Nomu- to drink

more to come

When you get lost! or lost somthing

*I Lost all the feeling in my fingers ~ watashi wa yubi no kannkaku ga
sukkari nakunatta.

Note: Watashi= I, me, myself Yubi= finger, thumb, toe Kannkaku=
sense, sensation Sukkari= completely, perfectly

*I found the key I lost ~ Watashi wa nakushita kii o mitsuketa.

Note: yep im sleepy

*I lost all hope ~ Watashi wa subete no kiboo o ushinatta.

Note: Subete= all, everthing Kiboo= Hope, wish, request, expectation

*He lost his job ~ Kare wa shoku o ushinatta

Note: kare= he

*I lost my passport ~ pasupooto o nakushimashita

Note: Pasupooto= passport

*He lost his glasses somwehere ~ kare wa megane o doko-ka ni
okiwasureta

Note: Kare=he Megane= glasses Doka= Where, wherever

*I lost him in the crowd ~ Watashi wa hitogomi de kare o miushinatta

Note: Watashi= me, I Hitogomi= crowd Kare= he

*I'm lost ~ Michi ni mayotte shimaimashita

Note: remmber this. michi= unknown * can also mean road, way,
street, path, course, means

*he lost on a bet ~ Kare wa sono kake de sonn o shita

Note: Kare= he Sono= that, the Kake= bet, stake, gamble Sonn= loss
Shita= under, below

*Make up lost time ~ muda ni natte jikann o umeawaseru

Note: Muda= waste, uselessness Jikann= period, time , hour

*A lost game ~ maketa shiai

Note: wow im bord

*Were is the lost-and-found? ~ Ishitsubutsu toriatuskaijo wa doko desu
ka?

Note: really really bord

*I retrieved my lost bag ~ Watashi wa nakushita kabann o torimodoshita

Note: Watashi= I , me Kabann= bag, satchel, briefcase

*My baggage was lost in transit ~ watashi no nimotsu wa yusoo-chuu ni
funnshitsu shita

Note: Watashi= I , me Nimotsu= load, baggage, luggage Yusoo=
transport, transportation -chuu= (used to express time) in, during
within, through, throughout Funnshitsu= loss Shita= under, below

More to come

Brake up lines, the evil things
comming soon

So you got yourself into a fight ... nice one
comming soon

Lets go clubing
comming soon

Talking like your in the mob!

There here wahahahaha..... so ya. well not all just some.
Oh and this one will be set up a little diff then the others.

*Sashigoro

Note: A yakuza word meaning a fight involving knives.

*Katagi

Note: Yakuza slang for "normal person"

*Toba

Note: gambling House

*Oyabun

Note: big boss

*Waka

Note: young master or young one ......

well thats it for naw if i had made anything wrong let me know.

More to come

Bilding stuff were is a slot!?
comming soon


Curses and Insults note: there will be boy (B) and girl (G) stuff.
but like I really care if you speek boy
way or girl way. (I myself like to speek
in a boyish way...or mob..its fun!! xd )
Note: got this from a book I have. Called
"makeing out in japanese" if you have
the $ and wont a good laugh pluss there
are good things here its a by.
Note: And cuz it comes from a book I will give
there notes not mine...well I might give
word meanings and stuff.


*Damn it! ~ Chikushoo

Note: Usually said to yourself

*s**t ~ Kuso!

Note:... got nothing ... its pooo hehehe xd

*s**t, I f**ked up! or Oh, s**t! ~ Ikkenai (G) / Ikkene (B)

Note: literally means "It's not good!" Usually said to yourself

*What do you Want?! ~ Nani-yo (G) / Nanda-yo (B) / Nanka monku aru
no?

Note:These are basic, all-round good phrases to use when someone
really pisses you off.

*What did you say? ~ Nante itta no? / Nante ittan-dayo? (B)

Note: got nothing but I have a really ichy leg.....

*Who do you think you're talking to? ~ Dare-ni mukatte itten-dayo (B)

Note: got nothing but i was just informed by my mom that the cup she
said was clean was dirty crying

*Why do you talk like that?! ~ Nande sonna-koto iu-no?! / Nande sonna-
koto iun-dayo?! (B)

Note:yay somthing If you're positive a japanese person is talking
derogatorily about you, these phrases are good to use. But be careful,
sometimes they're complimenting you!

*Are you stupid, or what? ~ Baka-janai

Note: this phrase is a superb example of the importance of pronunciation.
To mean "Are you stupid, or what?" you MUST use a rising intonation
(making a rhetorical question). With a flat or falling intonation it means
the opposite, "I'm/You're no fool!"

*You're stupid! ~ Baka! / Baka-yaroo (B)

Note: the first time i yelled at someone in nihongo... to be a kid agen
(or just a bit younger like 16... never mind 18 is ok just no older! I don't
wont to be 20 soon... (mid life crisis .... gonk ) nooooooo) eek

*You look stupid! ~ Baka-mita!

Note: this has just become my evil rant! hehehe no not really ... can you
tell there is only 3 more weeks or school! ........ eek gonk i have to
apply to a Uni crying ....

*Thats stupid! ~ baka-mitai! / Baka-jan!

Note: -Jan is a colloquial suffix which means the same as -deshoo?/
-daroo? or -yonee? , i.e. asking the other person to confirm your
opinion. Only people under the age of about 35 use -jan.

*What you did was stupid! ~ Baka-da

Note: my leg is still ichy..... stressed

*You're crazy! ~ Ikareten-janai-no? / Kichigai!

Note:for people who think Abe Hiroshi is too old for me! I can dream! You
know that show that started last august its over naw but it was so good.
he played the coolist cop xd ! I like to op of the show.

*Stop acting stupid/ Don't joke around with me! ~ Fuzakenai-deyo! (G)
Fuzakeruna-yo! (B)

Note: Used in cases where someone is acting stupidly or has said
somthing stupid.

** Fuzaken-ja neeyo! (B)
Note: still part of above! This is especially used when somone is being
cheeky or has underestimated the speaker's power or status.

*Don't act stupid/ Stop acting stupid! ~ Baka yamete-yo! (G) / Baka
yamero-yo! (B) / Baka yamena-yo! (G) / Baka yatten-ja neeyo! (B)

Note: these phrases can all be used when someone pisses you off.
Phrases beginning with baka("stupid," "crazy" wink cany also be voiced with
concern for a friend's silly, irrational behavior.

*Don't say (such) stupid things! ~ Baka iwanai-deyo! (G) / Baka
ittenna-yo! (B) / Netenna-yo! (B)

Note: Nentenna-yo! literally means "wake up!"

*Liar! ~ Usotsuki!

Note: got nothing but never eat to much garilc bread (like haff a lofe)

*You've got a big mouth! ~ Oshiberi!

Note: Someone who's always spreading the latest rumor, people's secrets
etc...

*Get your head out of your a**! ~ Neboken-ja neeyo! (B)

Note: Literally means "aren't you half- asleep (because of what you did/
are doing)?" Depending upon your tone fo voice, this phrase can be vary
funny or vary harsh. * Nebokeru =Be half asleep... cinda like Neboken-ja

*That's a lie! ~ Sonna-no uso-da! / Sonna-no uso-dayo! / Uso dakkari!

Note: Uso= lie, fib sonna= such, like that. *Refers to something
mentioned or done by the listener.

* Don't lie! ~ Uso tsukanai-deyo! (G) / Uso tsukuna-yo! (B)

Note: i really should be doing my project... naaa i'll do it latter.

*stop it! ~ yamete-yo! (G) / Yamero-yo! (B)

Note:adding "YO" to things is like giving your own opp or making it
stronger.... i think... yep... if i explained it right..

*You shouldn't do that/ Don't do that! ~ Dame! / Dame-dayo! (B)

Note: you need this if you are looking after kids on a bus ride *flash back-
suwatte kudasai!!! suwatte god damn it!! kids standing on top of the head
rest!!! YOUR GOING TO FALL! *hour later ... let them fall out the moving
bus window* (on floor roking back and forth * whoever said japanese
kids on a club trip are act well never whent on this one..

*Why do you do things like that? ~ Nande sonna-koto suru-no?

Note: I was not a leader on the trip but as older students you are to help
out .... the leaders did nothing a kid weged him self behind the back seat
and wall! (agens 6-18 were on this trip)

*Why did you do such a thing? ~ Nande sonna-koto shita-no?

Note: but the food was good and I got to talk to my friends who one of
them has the same b day as me.

*Leave him/her alone! ~ Hottoite-agete! (G) / Hottoite-yare-yo! (B) /
Hottoke-yo! (B)

Note: got zip

*Do sa I say! ~ Itta-toori-ni shite! (G) / Itta-toori-ni shiro-yo! (B)

Note: ummm ya

*This is the limit! ~ Ii kagen-ni Shite- yo! / Ii kagen-ni shiro-yo! (B)

Note: *dances*

*Stop it! ~ Shitsukoi!

Note: When someone is being persistent.

*Give it back! ~ Kaeshite-yo! / Kaeshite-kure! (B) / Kaese-yo! (B)

Note:*still danceing*

*Leave me alone! ~ Hottoite-yo! (G) / Hottoite-kure-yo! (B)

Note: I really wont to get to street fighting....

*Leave us alone! ~ Atashitachi-dake-ni shite-yo! (G) / Bokutachi-dake-ni
shite-kure-yo! (B)

Note: I like useing the boy one better

*Get out of here/ BUG off! ~ Kiero! (B) / Mukoo itte-yo! (G) / Acchi
itte-yo! (G) / Acchi ike-yo! (B) / Dokka icchimae! (B) / Dokka itte-yo! (G)
/ Dokka ike-yo! (B) / Hayaku inakunare-yo! (B) / Urochoro shitenna! (B)
/ Totto-to usero! (B)

Note: These are harsh one be cautious how you use them!

*Come here! ~ Chotto kocchi kite! (G) / Kocchi oide-yo (G) / Kocchi
koi-yo! (B)

Note: nothing

*You're noisy! ~ Urusai! / Urusee-na! (B) / Urusee-yo! (B) /
Uruseen-dayo! (B)

Note: nothing .. my leg is still ichy..

*Shut up! ~ Damette-yo! (G) / Damere- yo! (B)

Note: ...

*Stop your babbling! ~ Gocha-gocha/ Gata-gata itten-ja neeyo! (B)

Note: why boy only one? boys babbl too!

*Be quiet! ~ Shizuka-ni shite-yo! (G) / Shizuka-ni shiro-yo! (B)

Note: Both phrases can be used playfully between boyfriend and girfriend.
In a movie theater, pub, ect., you should first say shizuka-ni shite
kudasai. if there are no results, shizaka-ni shite-yo! or shizuka-ni
shiro-yo! should do the trick. still no progress? throw in a cuple of
Urusen-dayo!'s.

*You a*****e! ~ Kono kuso-ttare! (B)

Note: Lierally means " you have poo around your a*****e!"

*Playboy! ~ Pureibooi!

Note: A bad word to say to boys.

*Shorty! ~ Chibi! / Gaki!

Note: nothing

*weakling! ~ Yowa-mushi!

Note: i would not say this will in a fight inless you wont a fight.

*You ain't got balls! ~ Konojoo nashi!

Note: Means your're lacking in the "brave" department.

** Chinchin chiisai! (B)

Note: This lierally means " you have a small p***s!" As you'd expect, this
is a very serious insult!

*tomboy! ~Otoko onna! / Otemba!

Note: this is an uncommon insult in japan.

*You're the lowest! ~ Saitei! / Saitei-dayo!

Note: funny to thin these come in handy when reading manga

*You're narrow-minded! ~ Kokoro(-ga) semai yo nee!

Note: being narrow-minded is bad.

*Don't be so cocky! ~ Erasoo-ni suruna-yo!

Note: sleep is good.......

*You're a tightwad! ~ Kechi! / Do-kechi!

Note: do-kechi is even tighter then kechi, which is already a strong word.

*You're a dirtbage! ~ Kitanai

Note: nothing

*Go to hell! ~ Kutabare! (B) / Shine! (B)

Note: nothing

*Don't try to be cool! Kakko tsukenna-yo! (B)

Note: to do homework or not..

*Lets finish this naw! ~ Keri-o tsuke-yooze! (B)

Note: nothing

*You dog! ~ kono-yaroo! (B)

Note: Serious fighing words! Usually said befor or while the right hook is connecting.

*That hurts! ~ Itai! / Itaee-na! (B)

Note: These phrases are said to ensure the offender knows you're hurt.
Itai is said when you've been made to hurt yourself.

*Who do you think you are? ~ Nani-sama no tsumori?! (G) / Anta
nani-sama na-no?! / Nani temee?!

Note: anta is a shorter way for girls to say anata "you" and in the kanto
area, anata is considered to be harsher than anata. the first too phrases
are mockingly disrespectful, and temee is a bad boy's word for "you"
nani temee?! can be said to their face - with care!  
PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2005 1:41 pm
sweatdrop  

~Ella~


origamiboxers
Crew

PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2005 7:32 pm
lol!  
PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2005 4:06 am
lol I'll have to use the one about the squid next time someone tries to force me to eat it again..... xp When I was in Japan my host mum tried HIDING it in things!!!!!! gonk Lesson Lesson.....always poke your food with your chopsticks and make sure you have a thorough understanding of it's inner workings before ripping into it....  

Nyx408
Crew


Obanha

PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2005 6:38 pm
Nyx408
lol I'll have to use the one about the squid next time someone tries to force me to eat it again..... xp When I was in Japan my host mum tried HIDING it in things!!!!!! gonk Lesson Lesson.....always poke your food with your chopsticks and make sure you have a thorough understanding of it's inner workings before ripping into it....
Ya i did the same thing. I started eating what I thought was chikin in my lunch but is was ell (sp?) but its was good ninja had what my best guess to this day is a fish ball but were does the ball come from?  
PostPosted: Fri May 20, 2005 9:53 pm
How about "I'm picky"?
sukikirai ga ooi.  

Jamans


Ashichan2

PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2005 7:42 am
Obanha
*The squid has lost of legs ~ Ika no ashi wa ooi

Note: Ika- squid, cuttlefish Ashi- leg, foot Ooi- nummerous, many, much
(or if your my scottis grate aunt a way of yelling to you...)


eek So my name means 'leg'!? whee I haven't study body parts yet.  
PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 3:07 pm
I will update more often soon but im geting bizzy so ill try.  

Obanha


Dorje Lhamo
Vice Captain

PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 9:21 pm
One of my favorite phrases came from my first semester of learning Japanese. I learned the kanji for it right away and used it whenever I could:

私は中国人でわありません。

Watashi wa chuugokujin dewa arimasen.

(Formal Speech: "I am not Chinese." wink

Obviously:

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2005 9:31 am
[ Jizo Bosatsu ]
One of my favorite phrases came from my first semester of learning Japanese. I learned the kanji for it right away and used it whenever I could:

私は中国人でわありません。

Watashi wa chuugokujin dewa arimasen.

(Formal Speech: "I am not Chinese." wink

Obviously:

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That is grate! xd  

Obanha


chinotenshi

Tipsy Lunatic

PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2005 9:16 am
[ Jizo Bosatsu ]
One of my favorite phrases came from my first semester of learning Japanese. I learned the kanji for it right away and used it whenever I could:

私は中国人でわありません。

Watashi wa chuugokujin dewa arimasen.

(Formal Speech: "I am not Chinese." wink

Obviously:

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Umm..Should be 私は中国人ではありません。 でわ does not exist in Japanese. では is a conjunction of the te form of です and the particle は that is used in numerous occasions, including before ありません in formal speech. Is usually contracted to じゃあ in spoken speech though.  
PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 11:22 pm
cool  

kurry_x3


Miss Arrowood

PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:01 pm
Thanks!! THese are so cool!! domokun  
PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 5:28 pm
Another useless phrase:
Neko funjatta!
[pronounced: neko foonjyatta]
Translation: I stepped on the cat.
[My parents taught me this one when I was a little kid, heheh]  

m o n i c a


EbeleRoderick

Chic Bear

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 7:37 pm
Niiiiiiiiice. xd cool Now I can make wise crack jokes. xd  
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