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Mar
25
comment Why is なんて the correct answer for this question?
Although it can be used for belittling/derogatory, it doesn't have to be. The definition you posted also says this. "To lighten or diminish the impact of the subject in question." See my answer at the above link also.
Mar
25
answered Why is なんて the correct answer for this question?
Mar
25
reviewed Approve What's the difference between ことがある or ことはある?
Mar
21
comment Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
@DaveMG: My comment was not meant to be taken as an answer; just an obversation. That's why it was a comment.
Mar
19
comment Why is this guy hesitant to call and ask her out on a date?
Why didn't he ask her out? 骨がないから。
Mar
18
comment What is the connection between shrimp and old age?
Hmm, you both beat me to it.
Mar
13
comment Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in kanji?
Yes, I'm aware of that, but getting the joke across isn't the point of my question.
Mar
13
comment Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in kanji?
@snailplane: Ha, I actually made a topic about 十干. Didn't even cross my mind. sawa's answer there talks about applications in mathematics.
Mar
13
revised Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in kanji?
edited body
Mar
13
asked Are non-base-10 numbers ever written in kanji?
Mar
13
comment When to use 聴く vs 聞く vs 訊く?
ssb, you're on a freakin' answering rampage lately!
Mar
9
revised What's the difference between 欲{ほっ}する and 欲しがる?
added 4 characters in body; edited title
Mar
9
asked What's the difference between 欲{ほっ}する and 欲しがる?
Mar
8
awarded  particles
Mar
7
comment What is くん doing in these sentences?
@Chocolate: Yes, that what I meant.
Mar
7
comment What is くん doing in these sentences?
Why did you get downvoted? Your answer is basically the same as mine...
Mar
7
answered What is くん doing in these sentences?
Mar
7
revised What is くん doing in these sentences?
added 6 characters in body
Mar
7
comment When speaking with client, how to say “I will tell my coworker”
@Chocolate: そんなもんかなッ!何でかな〜。古いか堅すぎるかも知れへん。
Mar
5
comment When speaking with client, how to say “I will tell my coworker”
@Chocolate: Why?