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HaZarDouS 11-17-2007 06:38

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Originally Posted by Craneses (Post 6778476)
Okay this is what u do.
http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/3729/listpic3ae1.png
Before u put in the link, delete the first part it shows. THEN paste in the link.

thanks :p, i done it now ^^

HaZarDouS 11-17-2007 06:39

7164

jedichampion 11-17-2007 06:42

yes im free of 24 hrs ****

jedichampion 11-17-2007 06:44

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Originally Posted by KittyCat (Post 6778437)
471

i rep u

Kazirem 11-17-2007 06:45

158, going up slowly but surely :o

Spam 11-17-2007 06:45

im almost to a new bar i think

jedichampion 11-17-2007 06:45

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Originally Posted by Valkyrie (Post 6778287)
Chan
Chan (***12385;***12419;***12435;, Chan?) is a diminutive suffix. It is an informal version of san used to address children and female family members. It may also be used towards animals, lovers, intimate friends, and people whom one has known since childhood. Chan continues to be used as a term of endearment, especially for girls, into adulthood. Parents will probably always call their daughters chan and their sons kun, though chan can be used towards boys just as easily. Adults may use chan as a term of endearment to women with whom they are on close terms.

Chan can be considered a feminine mode of speech in that it is used mainly by, or towards, females. Its pattern of usage is similar to using "dear" when addressing someone in English. Males would not use chan when addressing other males (other than very young children, or idiomatic cases like Shuwa-chan, described below).

"Pet names" are often made by attaching chan to a truncated stem of a name. This implies even greater intimacy than simply attaching it to the full name. So for example, a pet rabbit (usagi) might be called usa-chan rather than usagi-chan. Similarly, Chan is sometimes used to form pet names for celebrities. For example, Arnold Schwarzenegger gained the nickname Shuwa chan in Japanese. Pet-names may also use variations on chan (see "euphonic suffixes", below).

Although traditionally honorifics are not applied to oneself, some young women adopt the affectation of referring to themselves in the third person using chan, a mode of speech normally only found amongst small children. For example, a young woman named Maki might call herself Maki-chan rather than using a first person pronoun.

The Japanese media use chan when mentioning pre-elementary school children and sometimes elementary-school girls.

copy/paste from wikipedia

i rep u

Pejasus 11-17-2007 06:46

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Originally Posted by jedichampion (Post 6778614)
i rep u

reped ya better rep me back or else:eek:

HaZarDouS 11-17-2007 06:46

someone repped me saying -spam, who was it?

KittyCat 11-17-2007 06:46

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Originally Posted by jedichampion (Post 6778621)
i rep u

Will give it back when I can :D

jedichampion 11-17-2007 06:46

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Originally Posted by SickNasty (Post 6778305)
lots of people owe me, give give!

i rep u

Pejasus 11-17-2007 06:47

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Originally Posted by HaZarDouS (Post 6778626)
someone repped me saying -spam, who was it?

i reped u rep me back its like free rep pointers:)

HaZarDouS 11-17-2007 06:47

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Originally Posted by KittyCat (Post 6778629)
Will give it back when I can :D

are you that kittykat person from mayfaire?

jedichampion 11-17-2007 06:47

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Originally Posted by KrAzY (Post 6776869)
morning everyone :)

i rep u

Spam 11-17-2007 06:48

um idk maybe someone with the name Spam:confused:


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