WTF Japan??. teeen. iii". This post is over NIIINE! wtf japan
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #85 - jerkybeef
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This post is over NIIINE!
#115 to #85 - Hreidmar
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You sir, have a good sense of humour.
#170 to #85 - mmgmm
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#116 to #85 - notsixroller
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Ah ha!
Ah ha!
#88 to #85 - jbkubel
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#80 - paralyzah
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#187 to #80 - thefoofighter
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Made my day
#150 to #80 - sonicsyndicate
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I've never noticed that their flag was just a pie chart
I've never noticed that their flag was just a pie chart
#113 - rmoran
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Well at least they know a few of ours.  I know none of theirs.
Well at least they know a few of ours. I know none of theirs.
#120 to #113 - anon id: e7f76c4f
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ichi 1
nee 2
san 3
shi 4
go 5
roku 6
shisi 7
hashi 8
ku 9
ju 10
That is the way you say them. not the spelling
User avatar #141 to #120 - thenamlessguy
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Ichi (1)
Ni (2)
San (3)
Shi/yon (4)
go (5)
roku (6)
shichi/nana (7)
hachi (8)
kyu (9)
ju (10)
ju-ichi (11)
ju-ni (12)
ju-san (13)
ni-ju-ichi (21)
ni-ju-ni (22)
kyu-ju-kyu (99)
hyaku (100)
ni-hyaku (200)
san-hyaku (300)
sen (1000)
ni-sen (2000)
ichi-man (10 000)
ni-man(20 000)
AND SO FORTH! That's all I remember from my japanese class. They're generally spelled without the "-", but I put it there so you more ealisy can understand the actual structure.
User avatar #161 to #141 - kanikami
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It's actually san-byaku(300). Almost the same with 600(rop-pyaku)and 800(hap-pyaku). The rest is simply yon-hyaku, go-hyaku etc. What's interesting is that when you count higher, to like a million and stuff, it gets utterly insane. I think hyaku-man is a million. That would mean "a hundred ten thousand" if directly translated into English... Imagine a numer like 2 233 654. That would be, in Japanese: ni-hyaku-ni juu-san-man san-zen rop-pyaku go jū yon. God damn....
User avatar #227 to #161 - thenamlessguy
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Oh yeah, I always forgot that part, sorry!

And they actually have a word for like "A million" and "a billion", but they rarely use it.
Or so my japanese teacher told me.
User avatar #280 to #141 - analleakage
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that's actually smart
21 ju (10) ni (2) ichi (1)
User avatar #304 to #280 - thenamlessguy
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Ni ju ichi
2 10 1
Two ten one.

Yeah, it makes sense, the number after tells what type it is (if it's a 10, or a 100, etc).
User avatar #307 to #304 - analleakage
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ahh looked wrong, but you get the idea yeah
User avatar #142 to #141 - thenamlessguy
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Also, what is this 25 breaks in a comment ********?
User avatar #147 to #141 - sonicsyndicate
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i wish i could give you two a thumb but i am too damn lazy to do math today
User avatar #148 to #147 - thenamlessguy
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Dammut.
Well, thanks anyway!
User avatar #152 to #148 - sonicsyndicate
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now i shall do math for you!
User avatar #131 to #120 - randomlyici
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dude, it's "Shichi" for 7 and "hachi" for 8. They don't say it with "shi" or" si". In fact, they don't even have "si".
User avatar #137 to #131 - firestarian
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"that is the way you say them, not the spelling"

lrn 2 rd
User avatar #139 to #137 - randomlyici
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I know it's not the spelling. you say "shiCHI" not "shisi". "haCHI" not hashi. If you went around saying it the other way, you would look like a complete idiot.
User avatar #140 to #139 - firestarian
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ah k
#37 - anon id: 81948034
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Yon, go, roku, nana, hachi, kyu, ju, hyaku, sen.

3 years of japanese bitch, deal with it.
#50 to #37 - incavis
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DESSSUU KAWAAAAII HENTAI KAWAI KAWAI
User avatar #38 to #37 - lowlifescarecrow
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Chotto matte, kore wa nan desu-ka?
#44 to #38 - anon id: a5e3484a
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your mums dick
#57 to #37 - anon id: 41d14979
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Oooooooooh, good for you. Took you THREE years of Japanese to count from 4 to 10.. Dumbass.
#73 to #57 - anon id: fbd14c6f
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12*
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User avatar #39 to #37 - cocksmash
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Good for you, buddy
#69 to #37 - chaosnazo
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No.
No.
#72 to #37 - mattythebeaver
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User avatar #62 to #37 - Eralus
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i studied japanese on a cheap DS game for 1 hour and i can count to 1000. That is far from impressive.
#76 to #37 - therulethirtyfour
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Yon, go, roku, nana, hachi, kyu, ju, hyaku, sen.   
   
Two seconds of copypasta bitch, deal with it.
Yon, go, roku, nana, hachi, kyu, ju, hyaku, sen.

Two seconds of copypasta bitch, deal with it.
#99 to #76 - kamusioso
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Until you say you are sorry, I'm taking this
Until you say you are sorry, I'm taking this
#426 to #99 - therulethirtyfour
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How exactly are you going to "take" that from me?
How exactly are you going to "take" that from me?
User avatar #156 to #99 - ftk
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boy, you sure got him......
#41 to #37 - jimbobji
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#236 - pensketch
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It's over NINE TEEEN!
User avatar #285 to #236 - davidokuro
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best comment
#6 - SFreedomX
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Ten ten ten ten ten ten ten ten ten ten
#70 to #6 - checkingnsfw
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From what is that if i may ask? i vaguely remember it and i'd like to lol again
User avatar #292 - tigronn
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its over nine teeen!!!!
#303 to #292 - tayyderp
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**tayyderp rolled a random image posted in comment #1424994 at Item Discussion ** Clever, my good sir.
User avatar #27 - cinematicbrix
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Yeah, it's funny, but I'd like to see some of you amerifags trying to do it the other way.
(Don't misinterpret)
User avatar #84 to #27 - sirformidio
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The weeaboos will know.
The weeaboos and the big anime fans.
User avatar #86 to #27 - ryukyukids
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kanji romanji or Hiragana?
User avatar #224 to #27 - seniorpokeman
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English is a highly spoken language there. Most americans could probably get it in spanish.
User avatar #40 to #27 - beanmaniac
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i dont know how it works in china or japan and the rest of the world but in israel if you dont know basic english you are considered an idiot and you probably are unless you have a specific problem with language's
but this is probably because israel sucks america's dick almost as much as FJ sucks 4chan's dick.
User avatar #96 to #40 - madjackwack
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but they speak japanese, have you any idea how different a language it is compared to english?
User avatar #52 to #40 - cinematicbrix
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Yeah, we don't have that in Finland.
#90 to #52 - anon id: 4e030dfa
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Most young Finns speak English pretty well. Kinda demotivates you from learning Finnish when everyone quickly switches to English if you even try using Finnish... >.>
User avatar #31 to #27 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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shi go roku shichi hachi kyu ju hyaku sen
#32 to #31 - kadish
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User avatar #35 to #31 - jammydodgers
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Bitch can Google.
User avatar #268 to #31 - masterboll
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naruto taught me those
User avatar #157 to #31 - jouten
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and now with japanese symbols
User avatar #185 to #157 - bobodevetjedan
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四 五 六 七 八 九 十 百 千
User avatar #34 to #31 - bashead
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thanks wikipedia, right?
User avatar #36 to #34 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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No.... no... just live with an otaku....I know one through ten by heart thanks to him...had to ask him about 100 and 1000
User avatar #43 to #31 - ningyoaijin
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shi can also be pronounced yon
shichi can also be pronounced nana
it's kyuu
it's juu...

...Yeah.