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chapatsu
ちゃぱつ
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Hair that has been dyed or bleached to make it brown. The trend first caught on with junior high and high school girls who copied idol singers and entertainers, then spread to the point where it has now won widespread acceptance. Admiring Americans and Europeans, some young people tried to change their eye color using color contact lenses, but they only ended up looking like aliens from outer space. Some people still equate chapatsu with delinquency, so in an attempt to present themselves as serious when they start job-hunting, many young people are like chameleons and change their hair color back to black again overnight. "Purin" is a term used to describe dyed hair after the black roots have started growing out again, so the hair is partly black and partly brown. Source: http://www.hiraganatimes.com/hp/title/F-nihongo-e.html
bakkaka! kore ga CHYApatsu. Comment by: Atsui   
chya= cひゃ so,cha is ok. Comment by: n   
1. same thing, i like this style of romanization better. 2. typed wrong, but correct Comment by: uhm.   
The "y" is only kept in for single consonants. For example "kya" (ki) and "nya" (ni) as opposed to "sha" (shi) and "cha" (chi). Comment by: K   
@atsui: the "Y" hiragana modify other sounds when written smaller next to them. Kind of like adding "yu" to "shi" makes "ju." Comment by: asano_man   
yu to shi = shu, not "ju"..."ji" and "yu" = ju...and it depends on the person. some people prefer to type jya ne, instead of ja ne...as long as it's legible it shouldn't be such a big deal. Comment by: sa-chan   
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chin-chin
チンチン
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"dick", penis, "wee-wee" - child's word for penis.
i like this word because in in my name Comment by: Chin-Chin    Rated:5/5
this word can also describe a dog's trick which in English can be "stand" Comment by: taz0x    Rated:4/5
I use this all the time along with "Bokki" Which means erection. ^^ Comment by: yumeitsumo   
chin-chin taberu Comment by: ichinichi   
LOL@ chin-chin taberu! Comment by: mai   
chin-chin teberu means eat my dick... (",) Comment by: brando   
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chou
チョー(超)
Posted by: mikiRating:2.0  
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very
I'd also say it's more like ultra- or super- Comment by: mmm    Rated:3/5
this CHOU.....is more for things you are.....as in.....watashi wa CHOU isogashii......which means "I am VERY busy" Comment by: Nakatsu Masaki    Rated:4/5
Chou is super I think! Comment by: road runner   
chou = meep meep Comment by: road runner   
I believe that ちょう is mainly used by children and girls- it's supposed to sound sort of childish. Comment by: Chris    Rated:5/5
I'm not sure that you can confine it to a specific gender. The Kansai-ben equivalent is "meccha". Comment by: L   
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