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Old 2011-12-23, 12:03   Link #1281
H0shikuzu
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Hey don't have us do the fansubbing for you

The first one says "Fire extinguisher" (which indeed is right below it)

Can't be bothered to look up the second one but beware the text is mirrored (she is standing on the "wrong" side of the door to read it properly). Before looking it up use some image tool to flip the image.
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Old 2011-12-23, 12:11   Link #1282
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What does "bukkake" mean? Because I went to a Japanese restaurant today, with "negi bukkake" on the menu, and now I'm worried about how they season their food...
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Old 2011-12-24, 10:31   Link #1283
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Seasons Greetings!

http://blackonix.blog71.fc2.com/

Not so much a translation request but just asking what manga is this site about and who/what's the heroine in the artwork?

Thanks and Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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Old 2011-12-25, 01:12   Link #1284
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It's not a manga, it's a doujin series (originally game soft) called Touhou.

And the main character depicted is none other than mi'lady Yuyuko sama! (as seen in sig.)

First pic also depicts Yukari, and the last pic (under Event Rush) includes Kagurin Kaguya.

Some pretty damn good artwork too.
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Old 2011-12-25, 03:30   Link #1285
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The word bukkake (打っ掛け) in and of itself simply means "to splash" (on something). In a food context, it means a dish with broth poured over it.
Spoiler for I imagine something like this:

The... other meaning you seem to have in mind is a very informal use. Please don't pay too much heed to such things ^^;;
Yep, but it's a good question.
I didn't know that myself until I google imaged it and saw all kinds of food totally covered in chopped spring onions.

Just means to 'cover' but since we're all perverts here, the sexual connotation comes to mind first
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Old 2011-12-25, 20:31   Link #1286
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I would like a translation for イチコロ. I have a decent idea of what it means(Something to do with an attraction to something beautiful) but coming up with a English translation in a sentence is hard especially since I can't find the word in my Japanese dictionary.
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Old 2011-12-25, 21:42   Link #1287
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I would like a translation for イチコロ. I have a decent idea of what it means(Something to do with an attraction to something beautiful) but coming up with a English translation in a sentence is hard especially since I can't find the word in my Japanese dictionary.
A very painful lesson that I'm learning about the jp language is that they have a horrible custom for abbreviating two full words to hell and then usually sticking it in katakana when the original word was two japanese normal words.

This is one of them hence no jp-eng dictionary will help much..

いちころ。

一撃(一発)でころりと倒れる」 の略語で、容易に負けてしまうことの意。

To be defeated in one blow/one shot, in other words, to be easily defeated.

The latest ones I learnt was

sumafo
and
merikuri

Say it out loud a few times, and guess the two words it originally was.
(answer in spoilers and no cheating!)
As a hint, they're both foreign words
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Old 2011-12-26, 08:16   Link #1288
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http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...001820111.png/

I can't read that last part. It's right after "Kyouhei-sama,". What the hell is it?
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Old 2011-12-26, 09:39   Link #1289
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http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...001820111.png/

I can't read that last part. It's right after "Kyouhei-sama,". What the hell is it?
もうやめて~
mou yamete~

"Please stop already~" or something along that line.
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Old 2011-12-26, 16:58   Link #1290
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http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...001820111.png/

I can't read that last part. It's right after "Kyouhei-sama,". What the hell is it?
Kyouhei?

Doesn't that say "ojou-sama"?
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Old 2011-12-26, 18:47   Link #1291
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Kyouhei?

Doesn't that say "ojou-sama"?
Actually yes it does.
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Old 2011-12-28, 07:51   Link #1292
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Actually yes it does.
Yep, so to sum it up,

Mahiru's Private Lesson
Ojosama/ Miss, Please stop already
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Old 2011-12-28, 08:02   Link #1293
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Seasons Greetings!

http://blackonix.blog71.fc2.com/

Not so much a translation request but just asking what manga is this site about and who/what's the heroine in the artwork?

Thanks and Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
heroine name = Saigyoji Yuyuko 西行寺 幽々子
Manga=Touhou Project 東方プロジェクト

person writing the blog is T-RAy, a member of Dojinshi circle PIN-WHEEL.
However the original manga is by Shanghai Alice Gengakudan
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Old 2012-01-11, 03:17   Link #1294
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Can anyone tell me what this sign translates to? It is in a classroom so it's probably just some BS but I'd still like to get it TSed. The jist of the middle two lines should suffice. Thanks in advance.

http://i.imgur.com/OdZkk.png
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Old 2012-01-11, 03:59   Link #1295
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Can anyone tell me what this sign translates to? It is in a classroom so it's probably just some BS but I'd still like to get it TSed. The jist of the middle two lines should suffice. Thanks in advance.

http://i.imgur.com/OdZkk.png
As i understand, they are:

The factor that led to (the moment of) (mathematical) expansion is...
It turns into/becomes a natural number (non negative integer)


Probably need someone with better Japanese to check on this
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Old 2012-01-11, 07:18   Link #1296
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As i understand, they are:

The factor that led to (the moment of) (mathematical) expansion is...
It turns into/becomes a natural number (non negative integer)


Probably need someone with better Japanese to check on this
Thanks. I ran this past a TL and he said pretty much the same thing. Appreciate the help
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Old 2012-01-14, 00:15   Link #1297
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It'd be awesome if someone could translate these song titles for me please! I'd prefer romaji unless it's pretty clear what the English translation is and there aren't any other possibilities.

Spoiler for tracks:
They're from TSPO's World Famous album if it matters.
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Old 2012-01-14, 06:59   Link #1298
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It'd be awesome if someone could translate these song titles for me please! I'd prefer romaji unless it's pretty clear what the English translation is and there aren't any other possibilities.

Spoiler for tracks:
They're from TSPO's World Famous album if it matters.

Here you go.
I put romaji and english translation.

Spoiler for tracks:
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Old 2012-01-14, 07:37   Link #1299
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Here you go.
I put romaji and english translation.

Spoiler for tracks:
Thanks alot.
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Old 2012-01-16, 03:28   Link #1300
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Need to check on this name that appeared in the SP TV series: 木内教永

I know that the first two IMO is Kiuchi, but I can't tell the other two since I have never seen them used as kanji names.
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