racko
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Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Wed Jun 19, 2002 10:18 pm

If you are going to see one of the world cup games in Japan, make sure to learn these phrases:

1) That's not right..........................Sum Ting Wong
2) Are you harbouring a fugitive.............Hu Yu Hai Ding
3) See me ASAP...............................Kum Hia
4) Stupid Man................................Dum Gai
5) Small Horse...............................Tai Ni Po Ni
6) Did you go to the beach...................Wai Yu So Tan
7) I bumped the coffee table.................Ai Bang Mai Ni
8) I think you need a face lift..............Chin Tu Fat
9) It's Very dark in here....................Wao So Dim
10) I Thought you were on a diet.............Wai Yu Mun Ching
11) This is a tow away zone..................No Pah King
12) Our meeting is scheduled for next week...Wai Yu Kum Nao
13) Staying out of sight.....................Lei Ying Lo
14) He's cleaning his automobile ............Wa Shing Ka
15) Your body odor is offensive..............Yu Stin Ki Pu
16) Great....................................Fa Kin Su Pah
17) England will win the World Cup...........No Fu Kin Wai

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bambicruz
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Wed Jun 19, 2002 11:11 pm

hehehe ! very funny!
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Wed Jun 19, 2002 11:24 pm

Some more:

18) Has your flight been delayed? -- Hao Long Wei Ting?
19) That was an unauthorized execution. -- Lin Ching
20) Do you know the lyrics to the Macerena? -- Wai Yu Sing Dum Song?
21) I got this for free. -- Ai No Pei
22) I am not guilty. -- Wai Hang Mi?

I think it's actually a Korean dictionary.
 
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Wed Jun 19, 2002 11:59 pm

Yeah, doesn't sound very Japanese for me. If I would hear this Chinese comes into my mind, not even Korean...
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 12:09 am

How do you say "We won. Now let's go beat up Colonel Sanders," in Japanese?
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frequentflyer5
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 5:34 am

That doesn't sound or look Japanese at all. Looks like Chinese to me!

Mcringring:

"ore-tachi kattan node, karnel sandasu buchi makou ze"  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 6:06 am

Man. Don't we sound ignorant today...
 
lubcha132
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 6:28 am

haha that's so awful but so funny Big grin
 
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 8:54 am

England will win the World Cup...........No Fu Kin Wai

LOL! Nice, i like that! Big grin

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dripstick
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 9:09 am


But no Mcringringson, you need to know how to say "We won. Now let's go to Colonel Sanders in order for him to receive violence."
What's another word for thesaurus?
 
smolt
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 9:34 am

hmm...I can't figure this out at all. Maybe it's Korean or Chinese as others pointed out.

Mcringring and Frequentflyer5, the misery of Colonel Sanders has happened in Kansai(Osaka, Kobe).
(People in Kanto(Tokyo, Yokohama) would not do such a brutal thing.)

So it would be better to say in Kansai dialect;
Wate Ra No Kachiya, Yossha, Kahneru Sandahsu Itekomashitaru deh. Big thumbs up.

BUT! in reality safety of the Colonel Sanderses was secured because of the defeat of Japan team... Crying


 
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RE: Japanese Dictionary For The World Cup

Thu Jun 20, 2002 10:08 am

How do you say "Ronald is about to receive violence."?
What's another word for thesaurus?

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