下さい vs ください?

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RE: 下さい vs ください?

Post by two_heads_talking » Wed 04.18.2007 11:59 am

Delekii wrote:


Wasnt there a thread recently that explained a term for the kinds of people who use Kanji where they shouldn't be used? I can't remember where I read it now, but IME has bread a new term for those people that use such Kanji through the IME, I thought. Definitely sounds like a kind of backlash to me.
I KNOW we used to call them kanjibandits or kanjibakari

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RE: 下さい vs ください?

Post by AJBryant » Wed 04.18.2007 12:51 pm

while people who use antiquated/odd kanji are just called "weird."
I thought they were called "Tony".
Yes. :)


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RE: 下さい vs ください?

Post by PsychoSP » Wed 04.18.2007 1:54 pm

Infidel wrote:
Harisenbon wrote:
Infidel wrote:
ワープロ馬鹿
I especially liked that you used the kanji for that. ;)
P)

---were did the pirate go?
P) P) P) P)
He sailed off, saying something about claustrophobia. Give him some more space, and he may come back. ;)

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RE: 下さい vs ください?

Post by two_heads_talking » Wed 04.18.2007 4:21 pm

the pirate is with the noodly appendage.. that is all

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