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| Monox D. I-Fly|
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Message 9 of 924 September 2017 at 2:57am | IP Logged
Trying to translate them to practice:
|From Japanese wordplay:
Two of "は"s are particles, so pronounced "wa".
haha wa "hahaha", haha no haha wa "hahahaha" to warau.
(Usually we say "obaasan" or "sobo" in stead of "haha no haha", but this is a wordplay)
Mother laughs "hahaha", mother's mother laughs "hahahaha".
The sound "niwa" can have a lot of meenings.
ura-niwa niwa niwa, niwa niwa niwa niwatori ga iru.
In the backyard there are two chickens (?)
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