Can anyone here read Japanese? Please help!

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  1. Hunto21 Orange Belt

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    google translate did not work sorry I tried
     
  3. bigpapaRichard Banned Banned

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    It says " get pooped on for going through all the trouble for no reason "
     
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    ten dollars anything you want
     
  5. AncientEnemy Emelianenko, Fedor Emelianenko

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    You should probably ask a real life Japanese American, or find a different forum where they may be, the people here are just going to try and make clever translations which aren't even funny at all.
     
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    Something about rainbows and being on your back with your legs wrapped around another man
     
  7. Hunto21 Orange Belt

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    I know, I've asked for translations here before. Usually someone finally shows up that can help. The lame attempts at humor keep me entertained in the mean time.
     
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    Do you need a hug?
     
  9. dimsumlee White Belt

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    It's a pretty boring message. I've forgotten a lot of Japanese, but it says something along the lines of, "This is [can't read name]. Do you have [something]? Thanks a lot for the T-shirt sale. Let's meet up at the hotel later."
     
  10. bigpapaRichard Banned Banned

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    My comment was legit as can be
     
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    Something about breaking your arm then giving you the middle finger infront of tens of thousands of people while wearing tights.
     
  12. axion Suspenders

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    Pretty much that, a thank you note to the person this backstage pass was given to.
     
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    Hello japan!
     
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    I don't...but I could try guessing if it helps?
     
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    The WW forum would have been a good place to post this.
     
  16. Chas Blood Bath and Beyond

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    This translation is correct.

    Thread closed.
     
  17. Seamonster White Belt

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    Basically it says,

    Japanese greeting like "Thanks for caring about me". This is a small present, a second pass.

    Thank you for the t-shirt, sticker, and <something illegible, maybe middle finger>. I really appreciate it.

    See you later at the hotel.
     
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    Apologies if I mis read the hand writing but its something to the effect of...

    "Hello this is Hiratsuka / Hirasawa (can't read the kanji too well) who'se always being helped by you ( a common greeting from juniors in Japanese). I know this is not much of a gift but please accept this second pass. Thank you for the t-shirt and Yarren no ka! Sticker. Hope to see you at the hotel! "
     
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    Tomorrow's lunch special.
     
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    I speak and write Japanese with greater precision/fluency than 99.5% of Japanese citizens.

    The note basically says "I'm offering you this cornermen's pass to express gratitude for the gift (T-shirt and Yarennoka stickers) you gave me"

    The controversial part follows "Hope we'll meet again at that hotel."

    He probably means Shinjuku Hilton where Dream conferences normally take place.
     

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