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Sadness becomes every loss
Hate I spew at all
i lived in japan around 5 years ago, my japanese is all but forgotten these days (Learnt Chinese and it seems to have pushed out the Japanese)
Think it's shinei busaiku if i remember correctly though, 'nei' makes it more of an order than just a statement. i guess you would pronounce it shinay boo sigh coo'
I could be wrong, my brain's failing. I can give you some Chinese insults if you want.
去死 (qu si) phonetically 'chew ssser' really hard to do phonics as it's a tonal language, the 'si' starts with the sound a snake would make, and ends with a kinda 'urgh' sound lol. maybe check google translate, think they have sounds.
It means go and die by the way.
....amazing how a few words can say so much. ....and so well. ....sorry about your miserable life. keep playing chess, that should help?
I usually say gl and gg every time just because I am used to it. I always get a thanks or great game from my opponents, regardless of the result.
I did learn to swear in german from chess.However I'm not about to post it here :)
dont care,for me friends in virtual world is one of the most bizarre thing one can imagine.however I reply gl and gg as a response most cases.
Scientific law - nuff said.
Personally I always greet my opponent with Hello to you,hope you enjoy our game.(One opponent did reply in a foreign language he'd enjoy it more if I moved!)Then at the end of a game I thank them for the game & wish them luck in their other games.
Soft top that's very nice! I'm quite sure it's a pleasure to play you.
Courtesy towards real (not virtual) people, whatever the circumstance, online or face to face, is worthwhile, seriously.
chessph,the phrase "get a life" is so imprecise as to be meaningless;the individual in question determines what consititutes their goal in life,not the observer.If the observer decides that an individuals actions doesn't constitute something of any real value that is fine,and also an utterly worthless judgement.Rudeness online usually translates to rudeness in RL(or a desire to be rude if in fact one can't actually get away with it).In fact,online behavior,far from being artificial,represnts a far more accurate assessment of someones real inner workings than RL interactions.People aren't"nice" in RL but jerks online,chances are,that the RL is the actual facade.
Did you read/edit/simplify your post before submitting it to the internet and eternity?
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