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Japanese T Shirt Translation

Discussion in 'Translations' started by conceptz, Dec 14, 2005.

  1. conceptz Fox Mulder

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    hello, I was wondering if someone could translate this for me. It's on a shirt that I got as a gift, I'm hoping it doesn't say "I have small penis" or something like that. Thanks!
     
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    It says "Credit Card."

    You could get some weird text on clothes in Japan if you're not careful though... I bought a t-shirt in Japan that said "Super Homos" in katakana with a picture of a biker on the back. Of course I bought it as a 'present' for someone else though, not for myself.:p
     
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    It actually says "Crazy Cut" if I'm not mistaken.

    and I saw that shirt too, Sho. When I was walking around Osaka (and even in Kyoto and Nara), they have a bunch of those kinds of shirts. I saw one that had two people getting it on in the shape of a street sign and the below it read "No Fucking." Hilarious stuff.
     
  4. Sho Active Member

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    Whoops, you're right botoman! Didn't really click on the image, just quickly glanced at it, so sorry about that.

    lol, you went around Kansai too, botoman? I got that "Supaa Homosu" shirt in Osaka or Kyoto, I don't remember which though. It's pretty funny because the lady I was with was trying to keep from busting out from laughing when I told her it was a 'present' for someone. She tried to dissuade me from it, but it was too hilarious to pass up as a gag gift.XD

    I wouldn't even be able to find those types of shirts here in the U.S.:p
     
  5. botoman nande yanen

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    A friend of mine bought the "Supaa Homosu" beach towel. I think he hung it up in his room lol.

    Yeah, I doubt you could find those kinds of shirts in the US, unless you do some serious searching.
     
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