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Published on Mar 27, 2007
Today we have another guest: Jonny from Auckland, New Zealand. I asked Jonny about coming to Japan, studying Japanese and snowboarding.
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A few explanations if you don't speak Japanese: Jonny said he want's to do "arubaito" which means "casual work" (comes from the German word arbeit).
The embarrassing situation story ... "anko" means "sweet red bean paste" -- "unko" means "shit". There is a kind of pastry/sweet bun thing in Japan called "anpan" -- which is sweet bread with anko inside. A guy (one of my boyfriend's friends) went to a bakery and asked in Japanese: "これは中にうんこですか kore wa naka ni unko desu ka". He was trying to say "does this have anko inside it?" But what he said was (with bad Japanese grammar): "Does this have shit inside it?"