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1 Re: Free Talk on Tue May 27, 2008 1:10 am

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that vid took alot of time to make or the guy has alot of talent.


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2 Re: Free Talk on Mon May 26, 2008 7:04 pm

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It takes dedication and talent to do this, click here for more


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3 Re: Free Talk on Fri May 02, 2008 12:29 am

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whats rong with u??


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4 Re: Free Talk on Thu May 01, 2008 10:40 pm

>> BITE ME


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5 Re: Free Talk on Thu May 01, 2008 10:24 pm

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of course u cant


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6 Re: Free Talk on Thu May 01, 2008 10:13 pm

I CANT CONTROL MY POWERS


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7 Re: Free Talk on Thu Apr 17, 2008 1:47 am

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this is for me to remember and for u people to learn if u want

San
San is the most common honorific title, used when addressing most social outsiders, for example, non-family members. San is used unless the addressee's status warrants one of the other terms below. San is often translated as "Mr.", "Ms.", "Mrs.", and the like. San may also be used in combination with things other than the name of the person being addressed. For example, a bookseller might be addressed as honya-san ("Ms. Bookseller") and a butcher as nikuya-san ("Mr. Butcher"). San is also used when talking about entities such as companies. For example, the offices or shop of a company called Kojima Denki might be referred to as "Kojima Denki-san" by another nearby company. This may be seen on the small maps often used in phone books and business cards in Japan, where the names of surrounding companies are written using san.San is also applied to some kinds of foods. For example, fish used for cooking are sometimes referred to as sakana-san. Likewise, this suffix is sometimes applied to animals—a rabbit might be usagi-san.

Kun
Kun is an informal and intimate honorific primarily used towards males. (It is still used towards females, but rarely.) It is used by persons of senior status in addressing those of junior status, by males of roughly the same age and status when addressing each other, and by anyone in addressing male children. In business settings, women, particularly young women, may also be addressed as kun by older males of senior status. It is sometimes used towards male pets as well. Schoolteachers typically address male students using kun, while female students are addressed as san or chan. The use of kun to address male children is similar to the use of san when addressing adults. In other words, not using kun would be considered rude in most situations, but, like the rule for using san in reference to family members, kun is traditionally not used when addressing or referring to one's own child (unless kun is part of a nickname: "Akira-kun"—Akkun).

Chan
Chan is the suffix used to refer to children, animals, and people whom one has known since they were children. Chan is used less for women than for men and requires considerable intimacy to be used with adults with whom one has not known for an extended period of time or since their childhood. Chan may also be used for celebrities as a title of affection. For example, Arnold Schwarzenegger gained the nickname Shuwa chan in Japanese. Although traditionally honorifics are not applied to oneself, some young women occasionally develop the habit of referring to themselves in the third person using chan. For example, a young woman named Maki might call herself Maki-chan rather than using a first person pronoun. Chan is also used for pets' names and when referring to animals, such as usagi-chan (or, more frequently, usa-chan: rabbit+chan) (e.g. Tama-chan, the flying turtle in Love Hina and Hunny's stuffed bunny in "Ouran High School Host Club"), or when speaking to small children. If the speaker were to use this suffix to a person his/her age then he/she would have to realize that the ~chan suffix is a casual suffix and is mainly used only for girls, if they are the same age or only a little bit younger than the speaker. If a boy was to call another boy his name and add -chan onto the other boy's name, then it could be deemed as an insult, unless it was said as a joke, or under other circumstances.

Senpai and kōhai
Senpai is used by students to refer to or address senior students in an academic or other learning environment, in athletics and sports clubs, and also in business settings to refer to those in more senior positions. Kōhai is the reverse of this. It is used to refer to or address juniors, though it might be considered somewhat insulting or overly condescending in some circles to refer to someone as kōhai directly--kun is frequently used toward kōhai in direct address.

Sensei
Sensei is used to refer to or address teachers, practitioners of a profession such as doctors and lawyers, politicians, and other authority figures. It is used to show respect to someone who has achieved a certain level of mastery in an art form or some other skill. For example, Japanese manga fans refer to manga artists using the term sensei, as in Takahashi sensei for manga artist Rumiko Takahashi; the term is used similarly by fans of other creative professionals such as novelists, musicians, and artists. It is also a common martial arts title when referring to the instructor. A further, similar use is to address or refer to someone who acts in a self-important or self-aggrandizing manner. This suffix is a little different than others used in the Japanese language in that -sensei can also be used just by itself when talking to someone. So instead of having to add the person's name and then the suffix, the speaker can just say sensei which is the same as just saying Professor or Teacher.

Sama
Sama is the formal version of san. This honorific is used primarily in addressing persons much higher in rank than oneself and in commercial and business settings to address and refer to customers. It also appears in words used to address or speak of persons or objects for which the speaker wishes to show respect or deference, such as okyaku-sama (customer) or Tateishi-sama (a stone revered as a deity). Additionally, Japanese Christians will refer to God in prayer as Kami-sama. People will also affix sama to the names of personages who have a special talent or are considered particularly attractive, though this usage can also be tongue-in-cheek, exaggerated, or even ironic. Examples include "Tanaka-sama" to refer to a young man named Tanaka who is considered rather handsome by his admirers and the "Leo-Sama" (or "Reo-sama") that has become the media's pet name for Leonardo DiCaprio. Further, sama can be used to express arrogance (or self-effacing irony), such as in the arrogant male pronoun ore-sama ("my esteemed self") for "I". Referring to oneself with -sama is considered to be highly egotistical. Sama also follows the addressee's name on postal packages and letters and is frequently seen in business e-mails.


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8 Re: Free Talk on Fri Feb 29, 2008 1:45 am

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I know that
thats another reason I upleaded it to youtube.


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9 Re: Free Talk on Thu Feb 28, 2008 1:25 am

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well I haven't seen it, it does not work on the Wii...

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10 Re: Free Talk on Thu Feb 28, 2008 12:54 am

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ok yeah do that I got angry when I saw the photobucket vid incomplete..


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11 Re: Free Talk on Wed Feb 27, 2008 1:44 am

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I'll change the video in the home page with this one....

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12 Re: Free Talk on Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:57 pm

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what do u mean hunter?


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13 Re: Free Talk on Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:40 am

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I'll get the code and change it as soon as I get to a computer...

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14 Re: Free Talk on Tue Feb 26, 2008 12:31 am

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ok people here is the full video that hunter pasted in the page but I saw it and is not complete for some reson here is the full video.
this vid is awesome and cute


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15 Re: Free Talk on Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:37 am

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today I saw 2 amazing thing 1st is Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and a deadly squirrel.... or was it an otter... idk but it was deadly

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16 Re: Free Talk on Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:49 pm

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hey good times hunter with invader zim not how u said it
remember that guy in, invader zim that his back broke that my friends is awesomness at its best.


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17 Re: Free Talk on Thu Feb 21, 2008 2:47 pm

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I'm sorry but I'm too cheap to talk for free...


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18 Free Talk on Thu Feb 21, 2008 8:20 am

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I was seeing Zim Imvader and that show is one of the best things to happen to tv, the ironic thing about the show is that earth seems to be more evil than Zim himself, I mean have you seen how creppy the sky looks and have you heard the ice cream truck it says without ice cream your life is completely worthless.... wierd oh and the Digimon episode (season 4) when they use the unity spirit evolution is so inspiring!

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