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Any japanesse speakers on here?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Seb, 9 May 2006.

  1. Seb

    Gangster

    Joined: 24 Apr 2006

    Posts: 209

    Location: Worcester, UK

    Wondered if anyone could confirm if this is the rubbish I expect it to be.
    Many thanks :)

    If it is true my names Arikuzu, which sounds quite cool.
     
  2. Lagmeister

    Hitman

    Joined: 17 Nov 2005

    Posts: 931

    I would strongly suspect its rubbish, I think rinkachichirikumei is a little suspect, besides wouldnt they just say your name as it was in whatever language?
     
  3. Creature

    Mobster

    Joined: 30 Nov 2004

    Posts: 3,755

    Location: Oop North

    Mirishikiarichimonorikushi - Christopher =/
     
  4. norm

    Soldato

    Joined: 21 Jan 2003

    Posts: 5,093

    tomoshirin - norm
     
  5. daz.p

    Associate

    Joined: 7 Jun 2005

    Posts: 80

    tekashishikuto
     
  6. Richeh

    Mobster

    Joined: 24 Jul 2003

    Posts: 3,027

    Location: South East Coast

    Richard - Shikimirikashite

    :p :D
     
  7. spirit

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 1,885

    i think spirit might be tamashi or something like that i did have a japanese mate who told me many years ago
     
  8. Bar

    Mobster

    Joined: 9 Apr 2004

    Posts: 2,540

    Rinkachichirikumei - Matthew

    Zukashi - Bar
     
  9. Sharknose

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 1,772

    /know-it-all mode on....

    Whoever came up with that mapping of Western Alphabet characters to Japanese phonetic characters (written back again in Western script) has made a complete mess of it!!! It's all wrong!!!

    My name in 'Japanese' is certainly not Jikarukito. All they've done is randomly mapped on character to a 'Japanese character'.

    /know-it-all mode off....

    For what it's worth, the previous posters names would be something like
    Sebu
    Ragumaisutau
    Kuricharu
    No-mu
    Dazu - dotto - Pi
    Richa-do

    Mine can be written as Gabin (real name is Gavin), but I prefer Gyabin because when pronounced in Japanese it sounds more the like the English language pronunciation.

    Here endeth the lesson :p ;)
     
  10. Garrett

    Soldato

    Joined: 9 Jan 2003

    Posts: 6,352

    Location: Winchester

    Jikashikuchiri

    Kind of like the sound of that.