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95efa302 No.4159[Reply]

To a new year, /azu/. Have a nice 2021

3cba2635 No.4160

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New year, same love!

d21aa425 No.4161

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1dcc456d No.4071[Reply]

WOO WOO YEAH ALRIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
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8672a9ac No.4079

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>>4078
>eansa med oss, klappa era händer
バルサミコ酢、やっぱ いらへんで

5f972957 No.4081

What?

63407eb7 No.4083

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>>4081
Not sure where we lost you, but I don't blame you.

>>4075 is the famous "Caramelldansen." The song is in Swedish, but became popular as a meme in Japan with some of the lyrics being misheard as Kansai-ben. In Japan it's colloquially known as the "Uma Uma Dance" (potentially either "Horse Horse dance," or "Yummy Yummy Dance").

The first line of >>4078
>eansa med oss, klappa era händer
translates to English as "Dance with us, clap your hands,"
but also sounds like, "barusamiko-su yappa irahen de" (バルサミコ酢、やっぱ いらへんで), which roughly means "Turns out we don't need any balsamic vinegar" (in Kansai dialect, which is the region Osaka is from).

There's also an episode of Lucky Star where Tsukasa gets briefly obsessed over balsamic vinegar (or at least the words "balsamic vinegar") so there's a good deal of fan art featuring her with a bottle of balsamic, which is why I posted that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caramelldansen#Internet_phenomenon

36ba6a6f No.4084

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YEAAAAAAAA WOOO

3684d8ba No.4093

>>4083
>Not sure where we lost you
It's because I didn't know these >>4078 are lyrics. I thought some people were posting comments in strange languages. But now I get what the post is.



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54e7ec45 No.4089[Reply]

Kurisumasu!

411f0fed No.4090

I remember on the old /azu/ that a guy used to post the lyrics to The Flaming Lips "Christmas at the Zoo." I wonder if that guy is still around.



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9fd7f4a2 No.4058[Reply]

Okay, so do you remember the episode where Osaka thinks breaking chopsticks is a worthy accomplishment? As a westerner, I have devised a new system that is not yet applicable to easterners. L-R 1. Godly luck. Tab is fully in tact. Not broken at all. 2. Okay luck. Tab is broken, but still partially intact. 3. Bad luck, retainer is attached to can. 4. Horrible luck, tab has ripped off part of can. Anyone else have this thought before?

58dd66c9 No.4059

I used to compulsively collect can tabs when I was little, but I always just went for L-3 because in my mind that was their natural state.

3558b478 No.4060

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though I never understood rubbing chopsticks against each other, though it's still a comfy feeling

dc9b2a0a No.4061

I got godly luck on a can of beans last night, but it meant I had to resort to using a can opener.

a5dbe3b8 No.4063

>>4060
It's to get rid of splinters. That's also why it's offensive to do it in a restaurant, because it implies their chopsticks are low quality.

2d11d298 No.4068

>>4059
me too

>>4063
i definitely just do it under the table (metaphorically and literally)



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b1c34290 No.4005[Reply]

Would you ride the Osakabus?
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d3ca36c4 No.4012

>>4006
I wonder what's the destination…

acfa6e47 No.4015

Let's go to America

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89a933ec No.4053

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magnificent busso



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cd633cfe No.4039[Reply]

tomo

dd2944d4 No.4040

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Hey, Tomo is always a good topic.

0fd3f82e No.4041

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81199fab No.4042

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Yes?

5f62e2fc No.4044

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Roger



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b0d74a3a No.4001[Reply]

hai!

efb7fd20 No.4003

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Hey you, you're finally awake…

13a81e96 No.4007

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uh oh

f60a9a64 No.4033

>>4007
I kinda feel like there's more to this image…

093e7c1d No.4034

>>4033
Yes, but you've seen it before, it's currently on page 2.



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ef704f58 No.3943[Reply]

I think Yanda is a jerk.
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5e55dadf No.3950

>>3946
Sure is Yotsuba in this thread.

736ddecc No.3951

>>3946
lanky yotsu a cute

343bfa31 No.3952

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I wish Yanda was real so I could punch him in the face. For instance, I would have punched Yanda in the face here. Have you ever wanted to punch Yanda in the face?

79f361f4 No.3953

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>>3952
>Have you ever wanted to punch Yanda in the face?
I'm totally against violence, but I understand this desire and temptation you speak of. I know the point of Yanda is that he's as childish as Ena and Miura and even Yotsuba, and in that role he's funny and effective, so I don't get as mad as I should.
It's a good thing that he's handsome, otherwise he wouldn't survive.

149eed3f No.3960

>>3953
Yanda upset Miura, like- what's his problem.



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ccad1a14 No.3128[Reply]

Yotsuba monthly calendars have returned after like 5 years
https://www.amiami.com/eng/detail/?gcode=GOODS-00323192
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fa10cdfd No.3247

Interesting, amiami says it's produced by Hagoromo, which as far as I know closed down and was bought out by a Korean company a few years back. (They made high quality blackboard chalk, but I'm told the quality has declined since the change.) Unless it's a different Hagoromo, I find it strange they'd use their new company for this.

768bfca5 No.3258

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>>3247
Here's what's on the bottom of the first page. Never heard of "Hagoromo" before, so dunno what that's about
>>3237
Might do this. It's wider and taller than the hook I normally hang calendars off, so I'll probably need to get creative with the mounting anyways.

45ec6a17 No.3260

>>3247
>Hagoromo
THIS IS MY FAVORITE CHALK IN THE WORLD.

>I'm told the quality has declined since the change.

A bit, but it's still great!

9eb292a3 No.3954

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Another year, another calendar.
I do miss the "Find Yotsuba" full color ones, but this isn't too bad.

>>3237
>You could puncture the top so you have a place to tack on the wall and flip through for the next month
I held it up with a magnet until around June, when it got to be too much, so I just tore off the old months.

>>3260
>Hagoromo
Same brand this year as well.

643181e1 No.3955

>>3954
>>Hagoromo
Same brand this year as well.
Check this out!!! https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/17/world/asia/hagoromo-chalk.html



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7b18f341 No.3839[Reply]

strawberryheaven (dot) net
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5ca9bb28 No.3878

>>3839
>reggin 4chan.net
>FOUR CHAN
>brace for faggotry

a8f4ca6e No.3909

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>>3878
>>3839
>>3841
Site is run by a self-pitying attention-seeking faggot who can't keep a clean room and spams soijaks in his d*scord and shills across multiple imageboards. Wouldn't be surprised if OP was him. I'd steer clear.

0d701114 No.3914

>>3909
go back to 4chan pls

8f7f4348 No.3917

>>3909
It's quite remarkable how those pictures manage to achieve such ugliness with such economical linework.

47bba0d8 No.3961

>>3909
who gives a shit dude



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