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MTS Summer Movie Night - posted on 13th Jun 2018 at 10:07 PM
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Alchemist
#101 Old Yesterday at 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by OrennaKhali
Saying things like スネークル�*ング or ホットドッグ randomly, admist conversation.

People usuallys get confused, but i find it funny to say.


My boyfriend and I have started speaking what I like to call "Weeblish" where we will randomly use Japanese words now that I've got him to watch two animes.

Sometimes they're just stupid puns. For example:
Coworker: what's for lunch?
Boyfriend: We have some Ga....Ma...N ("Gotta stay calm" a line from KHR). But if you want I can put a Hammon (the superpower in the early arcs of JJBA)

Other times they do actually make sense. Also randomly adding -san, -kun, etc to people's names to confuse them.

Kinda mocking Weeaboo's to the point where it's not mocking anymore and we've just become them.

~Your friendly neighborhood ginge
Lab Assistant
#102 Old Yesterday at 11:52 AM
Tell myself it will be ok when I know damn right it won't

- Sent from my iHell
Instructor
#103 Old Yesterday at 2:03 PM
I like to memorize old folk music, particularly from England, Scotland, Ireland, and early America. When I was doing a college project on the music of the Civil War I realized there was this musical tradition in America which had pretty much died overnight once radios arrived and most people no longer had to make their own music. People were no longer passing down tunes, improvising on them, creating new ones to pass down.That made me sad, so...now I know songs like "Annie Laurie" and "I Will Give My Love an Apple". It's crazy how closely related a lot of music is, because the same song is put to different tunes, the same tunes are used for lots of different songs, etc.
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