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randomdude783

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  1. Wow, I didn't realize the book was so long. Having done some translation work before, I can tell you put a lot of work and care into this. Great job so far and thank you!
  2. Like the title entails, I was wondering if anyone has any non-English phrases/words they use to find omorashi or omorashi-related content. I mean, it's easy to think up phrases that we use semi-frequently in English to describe desperation and whatnot, but it can be difficult in other languages unless you have some knowledge of the language (or just get lucky and find a phrase repeated throughout a variety of videos). I'm sure I'm not the only one who would like to have as many ways to find content as possible . For example: "Hoge nood" is a dutch phrase that I think means something like "great urgency." I've seen it used in a lot of videos that have to do with desperation, so I think it's connotation is typically related to having to pee. (BTW, I'd really recommend searching using this phrase sometime; I've found some awesome videos with it) "Hacer pis" is basically Spanish for "to piss." Fairly self-explanatory. There's also "Puedo ir al bano?" which anyone who took Spanish in middle school knows means "can I go to the bathroom?" These phrases are a bit too general to find good stuff, but I've seen a couple of video projects for Spanish classes centered around someone needing to use the bathroom, so it's something, I guess . If you guys have any examples of phrases, or methods you use to find non-english content, I'd love to here them! Also, even though I didn't provide any examples, languages without traditional western characters (e.g. Chinese) are more than welcome!
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