What am I saying here

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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What am I saying here

Postby GoogaMooga » 26 Sep 2021, 06:17

Oops, I accidentally deleted my comment about Japanese English contractions and abbreviations. Anyway, here are the answers as promised:

1. pasokon = personal computer

2. remokon = remote control

3. sekihara = sexual harassment

4. waishatsu = white shirt (dress shirt)

5. sarariman = salary man (office worker)

6. konbini = convenience store

7. depato = department store

8. terebi = television

9. toire = toilet

10. wapuro = word processor
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Re: What am I saying here

Postby GoogaMooga » 26 Sep 2021, 08:39

Answers will be posted tonight.
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Re: What am I saying here

Postby Flower » 26 Sep 2021, 18:03

GoogaMooga wrote:
5. sarariman



Salary Man .. someone who works for a salary.
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Re: What am I saying here

Postby Flower » 26 Sep 2021, 18:06

GoogaMooga wrote:
2. remokon



Remote control
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Re: What am I saying here

Postby GoogaMooga » 27 Sep 2021, 04:09

I made a fuck-up there, and deleted my comments. Answers in the first post above.
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