Memes in Japanese

Let’s study together through the power of internet meme’s. The full meme don’t have to be in Japanese, but let’s try to keep them somewhat easy peasy Japanese so this topic won’t become another everything goes meme topic. (Just post there instead if it has no 日本語) :shinto_shrine:

Starting with something I stole from Reddit that gave me the inspiration for how fun this can be:

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When you are trying to hold the elevator door open the first time you go to Japan.

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Let it go. You can then unload the gas you held in to conform to Japanese norms of not farting in public.

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from the WK caption contest:

@Wantitled you made this, right? can you tell me what リービュー is? I couldn’t find it in a dictionary or search ^^ the design is awesome though! <3

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It’s “Review”, right?

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That’s レビュー.

Anyone pronouncing “review” as リービュー is thinking of, like, re-viewing a TV show; watching it again.

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right, it’s (supposed to be) review! I actually figured that out the first time and forgot, haha.
Now it makes sense.

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Not fully Japanese, but at least it has Kanji. Also, too funny, imo ^^

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In terms of difficulty, the last two should be inverted, though :thinking:

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yeah i think it’s rather an order of usefulness, at least if you ignore listening practice.
Many people recommend watching with japanese subtitles as an effective learning method.
But i don’t know, it’s just a meme :wink:

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I can relate so much! I still struggle, and I’ve been to Japan several times. So I just stick my hand on the door and hope it doesn’t close.

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When I can’t remember the reading for a vocab word that ends in 人

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meedu dis todei @Whologist

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Am I doing this right

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When it’s your wedding day but you have cold feet

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