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In my own words, the relatively new word 「スケジュール[感]{かん}」 is most often used to refer to: "one's rough image of when and how things should be conducted on a timeline (towards a goal)" In other words, the "final" schedule does not exist on paper yet. 「スケジュール感をすり[合]{あ}わせましょう。」, therefore, would mean: "Let's compare and adjust our スケジュール感!" Again, ...


First, a brief explanation of the word 「テンション」 for those who are not familiar with it. It does not mean "tension" or "tense". Rather, it refers to "(a level of) excitement or hyperness seen in a person". 「テンション」 is such a frequently-used word that I had to define it first. I know from my personal experience that quite a few J-learners would think that ...


〜っちゃ of ありっちゃあり is a contraction of と言{い}えば. So, ありっちゃあり is basically ありと言{い}えばあり 'it is possible if you say so (but...)' ありっちゃあり is normally used to talk about a thing that has a high possibility, though the translation varies depending on what the verb あり indicates in context.


「いっぺん」 = 「[一回]{いっかい}」 = 「[一度]{いちど}」 = "(for) once" Now, onto 「シメる」. When you see a verb that sounds familiar but its stem part is written out in katakana, the chances are that you are seeing an informal or slangy verb. 「シメる」 is no exception. It comes from 「締める」= "to tighten", "to be strict",etc., but not 「閉める」= "to close". *Note that this occurs only ...


ありっちゃあり is indeed a contraction of ありといえばあり and it's a way of saying "yeah, sure, why not...". As you say, it's completely parallel to おいしいといえばおいしい, just with あり (which means something like "something is possible/doable/acceptable/...").


It may be 本命 (the one to win) and 当{あ}て馬{うま} (the one to lose). I didn't find it out until I read the comment.


へろへろ, ぱふぱふ and きょいきょい seem to be onomatopoeia. へろへろ is actually one of very common Japanese onomatopoeias, and most dictionaries have the entry of it like this. いんぐりもんぐり is a dialect word in some regions in Japan, according to this website and this professor's answer. However, in the manga story, the author bound those nonsexual words to special meanings ...

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