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#378 - supermegasherman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
where did the gami come from then
#387 to #378 - awesomanium
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Shini-gami means god of death, not death. So I assume that "gami" means god of or god.
#389 to #387 - supermegasherman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
so i want to know how it links
#388 to #387 - supermegasherman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
nonono i mean he/she just added the gami to the equation without linking it to anything.
#390 to #388 - awesomanium
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(03/16/2013) [-]
I think it was just to clarify that shini means death, since shini-gami means god of death.
#391 to #390 - supermegasherman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
oh ok
#374 - kuukautisveri
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(03/16/2013) [-]
42 means neljäkymmentäkaksi in Finnish language

If you seperate 4 and 2 you get Neljä (4) and Kaksi (2)

Neljä and Kaksi combined is Neljäkaksi

What the ****
#310 - snackman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
ehm bu... oh... hmm
ehm bu... oh... hmm
#308 - milomarx **User deleted account**
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#296 - oCrAzYtOwNo
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Ich 1, Ni 2, San 3, Chi 4. Chi means 4. I dont know what the hell Shi means but its definitely not 4.
#301 to #296 - kelex
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It's pronounced "shi"

No matter where you look at it in the internet, it says "shi". I don't even have to ask my roommate for this.
#302 to #301 - oCrAzYtOwNo
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Chi... Shi... kind of the same thing.
#317 to #302 - thatnerdyguy
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Except not.


Do these look similar?
#303 to #302 - kelex
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Reads different, means different.
#323 to #296 - zilver
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(03/16/2013) [-]
there are probably other words meaning the same, but i know the japanese numbers as: Ichi, Ni, San, Yon, Go, Roku, Nana, Hachi, Kyu, Juu
#275 - vladhellsing
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Except that 'yon' is '4' in Japanese, not 'shi'.
#279 to #275 - popcornqueen
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(03/16/2013) [-]
I think "yon" is more like "fouth". It depends on the context. "Shi" also means "four".
#286 to #275 - mrdrpage
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(03/16/2013) [-]
And you would be incorrect, sir.
And you would be incorrect, sir.
#295 to #286 - vladhellsing
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Well I've never hears 'shi' being used to mean 'four', either in class or otherwise.
#297 to #295 - mrdrpage
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Yon is only more popular in Japan because shi (OP is a fag for being wrong) by itself literally means "death."

So you aren't wrong when saying "yon" is Japanese for "4", but you can't overlook "shi."

Japan just needs to get their **** together.
#304 to #297 - hydraetis
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Japan getting its **** together seems like a nearly impossible idea. bitches be cray
#309 to #304 - obliviousman
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(03/16/2013) [-]
its two different forms of counting. ex:
1 2 3 4
ichi ni san shi
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
sho ni san yon
#282 to #275 - andreewkun
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**andreewkun rolled a random image posted in comment #124 at who remembers? **It's actually shi bro, even there's a numbers and words game in japanese...   
If you say 42 42 564  shi-ni shi-ni Ko-roku-shi that means 'die die kill'
**andreewkun rolled a random image posted in comment #124 at who remembers? **It's actually shi bro, even there's a numbers and words game in japanese...
If you say 42 42 564 shi-ni shi-ni Ko-roku-shi that means 'die die kill'
#319 to #282 - mrdrpage
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(03/16/2013) [-]
That's a nice "roll."
That's a nice "roll."
#271 - covered
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#268 - mishaestrin
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#240 - thedevilmaycry
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(03/16/2013) [-]
ichi, ni, Sunshine yon...We GO!!!!
#207 - baklava
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(03/16/2013) [-]
Fun fact: Everyone says they hate baklava without even knowhing what it is
#212 to #207 - Alchemyst
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I love baklava's and balaklava's. One is delicious and the other is warm and fuzzy.
#230 to #212 - critality
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(03/16/2013) [-]
the fact you know what a balaclava is makes me assume you're either Canadian or European
#197 - anon
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(03/16/2013) [-]
I thought the answer was 42 because the ultimate question was: "what's 6 times 7"
#205 to #197 - Ryukenblaze
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(03/16/2013) [-]
-applause-
#96 - redrex
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(03/16/2013) [-]
this is from the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy movie, right?
#98 to #96 - MrMustacho
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(03/16/2013) [-]
and the book, tv-show and radio series
#99 to #98 - redrex
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(03/16/2013) [-]
yeah, i knew there were those, but when i see that face, the movie comes to mind
#60 - imsohigh
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**imsohigh rolled a random image posted in comment #3448060 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** i did not know that. and now i do thanks
#33 - bleachedpheather
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(03/15/2013) [-]
not quite true. death is just shi. and the japanese usually use "yon" in place of "shi" be cause of superstition. shinu is the act of dying, and shini is half of a phrase to say dying. (shinimasu= will die) so they're no quite right. but good try
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#211 - dwarfman
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#14 - generaljosh
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(03/15/2013) [-]
Well, I've heard that four is an unlucky number in Japan because it sounds similar to the word for death. So what does the two add to that?
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