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Malachyte

Japanese Colloquialisms are Super Hard

Sorry I went quiet for a a week, I was finishing up my first ever translation job, and it was incredibly difficult in some parts. I had to pretty much put away the internet (besides occasional brain breaks or tweets) so I could focus on it... pretty much every waking moment.

I can finally get back to some art now though, and I'm really excited about that. I missed it <:3c I'll probably do an art stream in a little bit, and then possibly a game stream later tonight for fun. I want to get into speed running a little, so I'm going to start playing through Chantelise: A Tale of Two Sisters. I'll post a link when I go to do it.

Well, time to check my 100 submissions in my inbox, ha ha.
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Added: 5 years ago
 
chimangetsu
5 years ago
All that and you won't give us details on weird colloquialisms?
Malachyte
5 years ago
"There is no need to expand your business. Your company should be long and thin, like a soba noodle."
"If you look at our store name, it doesn't look like we don't sell things besides rice crackers, but that is what we sell. Then, if you have to you can do side business."

Yes good, everyone in the audience will understand what this has to do with training employees.
Ketsa
5 years ago
That second one makes me think of, "At times you feel like rewarding yourself. Then, treat yourself to more Marim."  ^^
chimangetsu
5 years ago
I am not drunk and/or high enough to understand that. Sadly.
averageschmoe
5 years ago
For some reason, those sound more like someone is fronting for the mafia than running genuine businesses, haha..
KurayamiRyusuke
5 years ago
Out of genuine interest I'd like to hear more of these--mostly out of fear and desire to know them beforehand. xD
Shokuji
5 years ago
Good job. ^_^ Welcome back. Only 100? X3
Malachyte
5 years ago
I'm pretty selective with who I watch, ha ha.
psuedonym32
5 years ago
Oh, that's neat. I have been interested in speedrunning, too. Respect for anyone who actually learns the routes and tries it.
Malachyte
5 years ago
Yeah, it's really hard! I have so much to figure out about even the basics.
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