Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by tthousand, Sep 5, 2015.
We all have someone like this in our lives, right?
Funny 'coz it's true!
Are you insinuating that bitsy is not too sharp by any chance...?
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Throws a (American) football into someones head.. It sticks in they're eyeball & falls..
They say crying: "Why did you throw it to me? I was wide open..."
In honor of Pokemon GO
To refresh this thread..
And one from bios
I'm gonna have to stop following @bitsbubba on Snapchat
I think pinkie is probably the Japanese annunciation for @pinky, like a pet name or something
Pinky in Japanese would be: ピンキー. btw, that's my dinner date with @bitsbubba .
Last time I check I, oops... I mean @bitsbubba didn't know Japanese.
bitsbubba - ビツブバ
tthousand - チテャウサンド
So does チ= T ?
it's pronounced chi, but T is it's equivalent. the second character is tha as in tha-u-sand. it's difficult to understand katakana if ur just starting to learn Japanese.
the ー denotes an elongated sound like pinky. another thing is like my dog's name チョッパー (chopper). the small ツ means a gap in pronunciation.
That's cool. Do you understand spoken Japanese?
my understanding of spoken Japanese is lacking. I can understand a lot of reading. I taught myself mostly. when I was an exchange student to Japan, I had to come back due to what we've discussed (my condition). I spent most of my time in my room. I tried to ask my helper girl out, but that didn't go so well. :-/
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