this one means painful betrayal
its kun is く, its on are ハイ and ホウ
it's used with 切 to mean painful betrayal (ハイサイ), with 雇 to mean being fired unexpectedly (ハイコ)
as a verb it means to feel or inflict emotional pain and its intransitive/transitive pair is る and れる>>69087
ah a shinjitai, i believe it used to refer to tomb entrances>>69089
this one appears a lot in jrpgs
does “boson” have a kanji?
i was trying to think up a good one before anybody said it...
how about this
gimme an on and some words
I’m too ignorant to recognize or know those radicals or whatever. What’s the meaning behind your choice?
it looks like original + good mashed together if i remember my kanji, is that right?
it is indeed original + good, original because 原子 means atom, pun on boson
>>69113>taught in grade 1
kids must know what's boson or not early in life
i guess it's appropriate that your post has 69 twice in it
also it's taken me 2 days to realize how what your picture is and i feel dumb
kinda clever though
Maybe I'm thinking of WeChat or Weibo, but I thought for stuff like BiliBili, you needed a Chinese phone number?
nope, when selecting a region you can choose from plenty of countries, including America; makes sense considering how many overseas Chinese there are.
I used a burner number however, since I regularly have to buy burners anyways.
>>69711>I regularly have to buy burners
my local bitcoin machine requires a phone number to trade cash for coin, and that number is tied to a pathetic $100 deposit exchange limit. even if I wait up to 2 weeks a number still can't deposit more on it; so it's easier just to eat the loss as a cost of business and buy a burner subscription.
oh and I also use them as my craigslist contact number occasionally; I don't want people I intend to do one off deals with having my number.
Very interesting composition.
is that for “loves dickgirls”?