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#41 - schrutebucks (01/19/2013) [-]
Am i the only one on funnyjunk that doesn't get this 						****					?
Am i the only one on funnyjunk that doesn't get this **** ?
#49 to #41 - cptsweatpants (01/19/2013) [-]
tsundere is basically a person who denies it's true feelings, sometimes in a rahter obvious way, it's very popular in love comedy anime and they generally appear a lot on the shows
#51 to #49 - schrutebucks (01/19/2013) [-]
Ah I see. And what in the 						****					 is a baka?
Ah I see. And what in the **** is a baka?
#101 to #51 - nyrintriball (01/19/2013) [-]
Baka is a Japanese noun or adjective that has several meanings, which include, but are not limited to: "Fool; idiot; stupid; moron; dolt" et cetera. The speaker uses it as a light hearted insult, in which no harm is meant, or jokingly.
It is written in three different languages, for kanji this is 馬鹿, which is literally "horse deer". In hiragana and katakana, it is ばか and バカ respectively.

Three meanings distinguish baka, and are frequently found in many Japanese expressions:
1. "ass; jerk; fool"
2. "ament*; idiot; imbecile; fool"
3. "blockhead; dimwit; dolt; dullard; fool; simpleton"
There are also extended meanings:
4: "worthless; foolish; valueless; trifling; insignificant"
5: "excess; foolish; absurd; extreme; extravagant"

The basic meanings extend into further, and more offending, phrases, such as bakamono, which is stupid/born fool, and baka-yarō, which has a few different meanings: "stupid jerk, ass, asshole, dumbass".

The extended meanings also have several phrases that they extend into as well (too many extends), the fourth meaning is used in expressions such as bakageta, which means "foolish; absurd; ridiculous", bakana "foolish; silly; stupid", and these expressions, bakarashii, bakabakabarashii, and bakakusai, all mean "foolish; absurd; ridiculous".
The fifth meaning is also found in several expressions, such as bakani and bakabakashiku, which means "awfully; terribly; extremely", bakayasui "ridiculously/dirt cheap", and bakashōjiki, or "honest to a fault."

Three other meanings unrelated to the semantic connections, which is bakagai and baka ni naru, which is trough shell and numbness of limbs respectively, as well as having a meaning of being an antique coin counter.

Any other questions?
#200 to #101 - cptsweatpants (01/20/2013) [-]
moshi moshi weebo-sama...
moshi moshi weebo-sama...
#125 to #101 - schrutebucks (01/19/2013) [-]
Actually yes, this graphic novel game that was created by those people that met on 4chan, what exactly is the premise/appeal to this game? Lately I've been seeing many posts about it and the only thing I've gathered is you can 						****					 a handicapped chick and then cry a lot afterwards.
Actually yes, this graphic novel game that was created by those people that met on 4chan, what exactly is the premise/appeal to this game? Lately I've been seeing many posts about it and the only thing I've gathered is you can **** a handicapped chick and then cry a lot afterwards.
#145 to #125 - anon (01/20/2013) [-]
It's really just the heartwarming stories. Many started playing the game thinking it was a hentai novel meant for getting a hard on, and then their expectations of the game went 180 when they found out that there isn't that much explicit (besides the fact that it can be turned off) and that the bulk of the game is to get to know one of the girls better, get closer into their life and unravel their (usually) tragic past which lead them to become crippled.

In general the game is very much feely, even at the very start of the game you're treated with a very feely setting. Hisao (the main character) is a a person that thinks a lot and he's just as much an intersting person as the others. I suggest you try the game if you've got time or want to. I'm not the typical visual novel type person (at least I wasnt) but I got pleasently surprised and I genuenly feel that it's one of the best stories I've read/played through.
#148 to #145 - schrutebucks (01/20/2013) [-]
Maybe worth a look sometime then, please, accept this gif.
Maybe worth a look sometime then, please, accept this gif.
#123 to #101 - anon (01/19/2013) [-]
**** ****** I've just been learned.
User avatar #90 to #51 - shadowedge (01/19/2013) [-]
Most simply put - "Idiot"
#52 to #51 - cptsweatpants (01/19/2013) [-]
that's a japanese word, one of it's meanings is stupid but it'only mildly offensive and not meant as an insult, it's basically their trademark
#54 to #52 - schrutebucks (01/19/2013) [-]
Thank you for the informationz
Thank you for the informationz
#116 to #43 - patofeliz (01/19/2013) [-]
sauce of this seems relevant to my interests...
#42 to #41 - zielscheibe (01/19/2013) [-]
No - you are not alone

but i think i get it
User avatar #44 to #42 - churrundo ONLINE (01/19/2013) [-]
I just got it explained: apparently tsundere is a reccurring character profile in many anime shows. It's a girl that likes a guy, but to express it she constantly lashes at him. Over time she starts to be more open.

Is that correct?
User avatar #47 to #44 - ralloff (01/19/2013) [-]
More or less.
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