Japanese slang for figure/psysique.
"That cute guy has great style."
"She has no style, she's like a stick."
"I'm not into big style, I like my men trim."
Japanese slang for Rookie or new employee.
Refresher; someone who quits & comes back/ someone who is always a short term employee & hops jobs.
1)Tastefull/Posh. (coined in America)
2)Trim/Slender. (coined in Japan)
1)On some seasons, Gucci is the smartest thing to wear.
2)In order to be a model, you have to be smart.
Dweeb used to be a politically incorect & rude term to refur to the mentally retarded, but now refur to any shmo who is a victem of circumstances, constantly embarassing themselves in public with clumsiness, have terrible fashion sence, & ofthen tend to have annoying voices. Dweebs never become geeks or nerds.
See geek & nerd.
If you call someone "Wapanese" & mean it as an insult, they will call you a "gaijin" & mean it as an insult.
When used by non-citizens in Japan or anyone not in Japan, it's an insult meaning "uncultrued dumbass" rather than "foreigner."
1)"Some gaijin is going to be staying with us for awhile."
2)<as an insult> "He's such a gaijin! That imbread hick thinks his town is the whole world & that his way is the only way."
It was discovered that men who have their balls removed before their late 30s;
1)Live longer lives, because testosterone is an aging booster.
2)Don't grow hair on their backs & chest.
3)Don't get receading hairlines.
4)Don't pester their wives in bed.
5)Don't think about sex & have actual lives to live.
6)Retain their physical beauty longer.
They say being a unich makes him less of a man, but the ladies are all over him.