Comment on Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled by Anonymous:

holy balls thats awesome.


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  • Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled:
    Or they just don’t have a Japanese font. Tore would be the proper form of the verb, as it’s an Imperative. Toru would be, “to take”, you’re stating that they are currently taking your money, which isn’t quite right. Tore is the command form of the verb where you are telling them to take your money. Watashi is polite, but this is not a polite statement as you’re interrupting them and giving them a command in the first place. Boku is more casual, and Ore even more so, but Ore can also connote a …

  • Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled:
    nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…nigecha dame da…

  • Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled:
    me thought it also boasts a system that your car may able to gone berserk and eat other cars,whiny little teenagers and their whiny fathers.I’ll pass..

  • Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled:
    The reason why they don’t feature an Asuka voice is because the driver would crash the car just to get away from her verbal abuse.

  • Evangelion NERV Car Navigation System Unveiled:
    It is a fail but watashi doesn’t make you sound like a girl. It’s the polite form and everyone says it. boku is casual used among friends and ‘ore’ is only used for really close friends. You would usually hear ore in anime and teenagers in public in japan. Sometimes adults. but in your case, stop copying ‘anime talk’. But I will put ore translation properly for you. So in all: 黙れ!そして、俺のお金を取る (damare! soshite, ore no akane wo toru) is shut up and take my money. 黙れ!俺のお金を取る is shut up! take my …

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