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    1. “Gay”

      Yes, I’m sure they were quite happy doing this.

      Btw, I wonder if anyone who comes here knows the true, historical reason why homosexuals are called “gay” today?

  1. So kawaii, these odorite used to do musume.

    English: So cute: These “dancers posting their videos on the niconico web site” (all that translates as “odorite” ) used to cover songs from the Morning Musume 17′ (Daughters of the Morning) all-girls band (MeseMoa used to be called Morning Musumen, nice pun), now they seem to have their own original songs. They start strong with their first album…

    http://odorite.wikia.com/wiki/Odorite
    http://www.nicovideo.jp/
    http://odorite.wikia.com/wiki/MeseMoa.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Musume

    1. You forgot “kawaii”: Japanese colloquially for “adorable”, “cute”, or”lovable”. Also very popularly used in Hawaii, no matter the ethnicity. Also in Asian-Gay “cliques.”

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