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Ansa
"Answer", answer to a question, often used in commercials when a question is posed and the answer is given by the same person.
  anh-SAH   [By: Bruce   [Details]
アンサ
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
Buruusu
"Blues", Blues music. The katakana spelling is the same as my name "Bruce".
  bu-ruue-sue   [By: Bruce   [Details]
ブルース
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
Chaumupointo
"Charm point", most attractive feature
  chaa-mue-poyn-toe   [By: Bruce   [Details]
チャームポイント
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
OL
"Office Lady", A female company employee
    [By: shi   [Details]
オーエル
オフィス・レディー
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
puresute
Abbrev. of Playstation. Many long katakana expressions are compressed to the first two kana of each word, or in this case two from the start and two from the middle. See also Brad Pitt, Super Famicom, Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Dance Dance Revolution...
    [By: Anonymous   [Details]
プレステ
プレーステーション.カタカナの長い言葉はよくこのように短くて便利にします。
    [By: Anonymous   [Details]
Rabu hoteru
"Love Hotel", a hotel that rents rooms for "rest", i.e. 1-2 hours. These hotels are located everywhere in Japan and are easily identified by their garish sign boards. The hotel closest to me is called "Zip Club".
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
ラブ・ホテル
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
Risutoappu
"List up", make a list
  ri-su-toh-AAP-pu   [By: Bruce   [Details]
リストアップ
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
Sarariiman
A male company employee. See "OL -Office Lady"
  sah-rah-ri-mahn   [By: Bruce   [Details]
サラリーマン
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
Sekuhara
Sexual Harassment
  se-ku-hah-rah   [By: Bruce   [Details]
セクハラ
    [By: Bruce   [Details]
shirigaru
comes from the words ‘oshiri’ (butt) and ‘karui’ (light). When you use ‘shirigaru’, you are literally saying that the woman’s butt is light and thus she is easy to 'pick up'.
    [By: Anonymous   [Details]
しりがる 尻軽
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    [By: Anonymous   [Details]
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