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    (Original post by vin)
    I know.:confused:



    Are you insulting me :cry2:
    No. :wtf:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    No. :wtf:
    Why not? You should be
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Why not? You should be
    Well, I was insinuating my annoyance of Vin-kin using the ':wtf:' smiley, so... :tongue:

    Morning Juno. :hugs:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Well, I was insinuating my annoyance of Vin-kin using the ':wtf:' smiley, so... :tongue:

    Morning Juno. :hugs:
    How do you say "I love you" in Japanese? In Junjou it sounds a bit like "Skeeto" and that's one of Muffin's many nicknames.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    How do you say "I love you" in Japanese? In Junjou it sounds a bit like "Skeeto" and that's one of Muffin's many nicknames.
    Aishiteru is "I love you", and should only be used when you're genuinely serious. More casually, Daisuki, which is "I like you".
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Aishiteru is "I love you", and should only be used when you're genuinely serious. More casually, Daisuki, which is "I like you".
    I googled and found that, but neither of em look like they should be pronounced like skeeto :sad: :dontknow:

    Hehe, is someone avoiding the swear filter :indiff:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    Hehe, is someone avoiding the swear filter :indiff:
    Indeed, only when the intended word isn't applicable to the swear filter, which in this case it evidently isn't. :tongue:
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    Would 'suki to' make sense, maybe with some other words before or after?
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Indeed, only when the intended word isn't applicable to the swear filter, which in this case it evidently isn't. :tongue:
    I know *giggles*

    Skeeto, anyway
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    Would 'suki to' make sense, maybe with some other words before or after?
    Yes, although more commonly it would be 'suki dayo' for the male and 'suki yo' for the female. There's many variations, as you'd expect, and normally you'd say something like, "Watashi wa suki des". If anything, you'd rarely say 'Aishiteru' in person, it's culturally inappropriate, somewhat.
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    My student loan came through fully and on time :woo:

    Edit: I'm also amazed at the amount of people who like anime that I've come across so far at uni! A lot of people seem to have a passing interest, while a couple seem fairly in to it.

    Since I only have lectures 3 days of the week, I'll probably continue with learning hiragana Especially since I can't seem to download much anime at the moment ... downloaded last week's umineko and Bleach, but am having trouble with finding a decent site to direct download from
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    My student loan came through fully and on time :woo:
    Morning LLoT, how are you finding University life? :smile:
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    My student loan came through fully and on time :woo:

    Edit: I'm also amazed at the amount of people who like anime that I've come across so far at uni! A lot of people seem to have a passing interest, while a couple seem fairly in to it.

    Since I only have lectures 3 days of the week, I'll probably continue with learning hiragana Especially since I can't seem to download much anime at the moment ... downloaded last week's umineko and Bleach, but am having trouble with finding a decent site to direct download from
    so what are you buying me
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Yes, although more commonly it would be 'suki dayo' for the male and 'suki yo' for the female. There's many variations, as you'd expect, and normally you'd say something like, "Watashi wa suki des". If anything, you'd rarely say 'Aishiteru' in person, it's culturally inappropriate, somewhat.
    you should watch junjou and see what they say
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    University is cool Now that fresher's week is over (yaaawwwnnnnn) I will finally get to do some real stuff Had a lecture and practical session last week though on how to use the cameras (there's a lot of things to remember ... I almost put the tripod up wrong once XD And forgot to press record once :giggle: Good thing that take was only a practice run and not the real thing).

    Tomorrow I have two lectures - one for Television Drama: Theory into Practice and another for Screenwriting for Television. However, the lecturer might not be in ... she was off last week due to family/personal issues, and is apparantly off for the beginning of this week, so it will depend on if they can find someone to cover or not I hope she/someone is in to do it as I don't want to wait until Thursday for my first lecture!
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    Edit: I'm also amazed at the amount of people who like anime that I've come across so far at uni! A lot of people seem to have a passing interest, while a couple seem fairly in to it.

    Since I only have lectures 3 days of the week, I'll probably continue with learning hiragana Especially since I can't seem to download much anime at the moment ... downloaded last week's umineko and Bleach, but am having trouble with finding a decent site to direct download from
    You'll often find that at university, and usually the people you'd least expect to be into it too. :tongue:

    Too bad about your internet connection, but at least you're trying to memorise the hiragana. How many can you remember and presumably you're also covering katakana too? :smile:
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    University is cool Now that fresher's week is over (yaaawwwnnnnn) I will finally get to do some real stuff Had a lecture and practical session last week though on how to use the cameras (there's a lot of things to remember ... I almost put the tripod up wrong once XD And forgot to press record once :giggle: Good thing that take was only a practice run and not the real thing).

    Tomorrow I have two lectures - one for Television Drama: Theory into Practice and another for Screenwriting for Television. However, the lecturer might not be in ... she was off last week due to family/personal issues, and is apparantly off for the beginning of this week, so it will depend on if they can find someone to cover or not I hope she/someone is in to do it as I don't want to wait until Thursday for my first lecture!
    Seems like you're having fun. I have to admit, I giggled at the prospect of having trouble with the tripod and forgetting to press record. Honest mistakes. :giggle:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    you should watch junjou and see what they say
    It's been a while since I saw the second season, but I don't recall anything being said along the lines of 'Skeeto'. :no: - And, I won't watch it again. :tongue:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    You'll often find that at university, and usually the people you'd least expect to be into it too. :tongue:

    Too bad about your internet connection, but at least you're trying to memorise the hiragana. How many can you remember and presumably you're also covering katakana too? :smile:
    I'm going to start with hiragana and then move on to katakana I can remember a few, it has been a while since I have done any though XD I can remember Ku, a, no ... that's about it I can remember shi but I can't remember which way round it goes XD
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    It's been a while since I saw the second season, but I don't recall anything being said along the lines of 'Skeeto'. :no: - And, I won't watch it again. :tongue:
    well i think it sounds like skeeto

    and i've nearly finished so i need recommendations for something else
 
 
 
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