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1
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1004賃fare

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ARNOLD is trying to push responsibility of the bus fare over to his PORTER: “you are responsible for the fare! Where’s the FARE SHELL-MONEY?”

2
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1005代substitute

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Imagine ARNOLD in one of his movies SUBSTITUTING his toothpick with an ARROW…

3
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1006袋sack

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Someone is SACKED from his job, his uniform is taking, and he’s now wearing a potato SACK as a SUBSTITUTE for his GARMENTS.

4
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1007貸lend

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When you LEND money to someone, that someone is using your money in SUBSTITUTE for his own SHELLS.

5
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1008化change

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MR. T can change a SPOON into a spork using only his teeth

6
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1009花flower

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The flowers change with the seasons.

7
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1010貨freight

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Imagine some MONEY being FREIGHTED between different countries, the currency automatically CHANGING (magic?) every time it crosses a border.

8
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1011傾lean

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Mr. T gave a girl some change to lean over and give him head.

9
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1012何what

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What can Mr T do? You mean: what cant MR T do, you fool`

10
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1013荷baggage

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TSA guard: What’s in the #baggage#?! It’s just flowers, I swear!

11
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1014俊sagacious

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(re: sweetneet) Since he is not very sagacious, Mr. T failed his driver’s license and now needs to resort to his walking legs to get around

12
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1015傍bystander

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In Japan, the emperor is a bystander - he stands on his crown but can’t really affect the direction of the country. (thx shimouma)

13
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1016久long time

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This is maybe a mummy (bound up person) that you naturally haven’t seen for a LONG TIME.

14
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1017畝furrow

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•a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow, esp. For planting seeds for irrigation This represents the FURROWS in a TOP HAT, a FIELD, and in the face of a person having lived a LONG TIME (or the furrows if the face you haven’t seen for a long time).

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1018囚captured

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In one of his movies, ARNOLD is CAPTURED, and PENT into some kind of cage.

16
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1019内inside

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While other PERSONS are usually wearing a BELT, ARNOLD prefers to say that “I am inside the BELT” with his charming accent.

17
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1020丙third class

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Imagine ARNOLD traveling THIRD CLASS: his head would reach the CEILING and his BELT too short.!

18
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1021柄design

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This THIRD CLASS cabin (in a plain) has gotten an improved DESIGN by a TREE standing in the aisle. It didn’t really help.

19
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1022肉meat

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INSIDE a person is nothing but MEAT.

20
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1023腐rot

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Some MEAT lying in the MUNICIPALITY government CAVE is going ROTTEN. People are too busy to get it processed in time.

21
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1024座sit

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Some workers in a an ASSEMBLY LINE (maybe assembling hemp?) has nothing to SIT on but the SOIL during their breaks.

22
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1025卒graduate

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This is some GRADUATE ASSEMBLY LINE of a university I know of: they put a TOP HAT on the students and give them a NEEDLE (vaccination) making then forget all bad things about the education level.

23
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1026傘umbrella

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This type of UMBRELLA is made by TWO ASSEMBLY LINES: one making the body and one making the handle. They cross in the end where someone tries it out the two parts together.

24
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1027匁monme

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“Dude! What happened to your arm! It’s all bound up!” “Yeah man, it’s a bummer… with my arm like this I can only lift one monme!”3.75 grams of weight.

25
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1028以by means of

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Mr T now makes a living by means of a plow/hoe and the sweat he puts into it.

26
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1029似similar

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A Mr T impersonator is #becoming# similarer (more like) by means of plastic surgery. The process is painful and his face is all bound up in bandages as the surgery heals

27
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1030併join

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“Why do I gotta #join# these two puzzle pieces? I ain’t got time for #joining# no jigsaw-jabba!” Mr. T apparently gets a severe case of crankypants when doing puzzles.

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1031瓦tile

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Horror scene: Hanging from the ceiling, a plough and fishhook dripping with blood down onto the #tile#d bathroom floor.

29
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1032瓶flower pot

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A flower pot that has been dropped on the floor is like a puzzle of ceramic tiles to glue together.

30
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1033宮Shinto shrine

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Here’s a HOUSE-SHRINE, a HOUSE-SHINTO-SHRINE, decorated with SPINES.

31
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1034営occupation

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The teacher tells the kid in the SCHOOL HOUSE to straighten their SPINES (sit up straight) if they want a good OCCUPATION in life.

32
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1035善virtuous

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Imagine a priest’s teaching: “To achieve #virtue# one must first submit himself as a sheep to God’s flock, rejecting the horns of Satan and resisting the mouth of Hell.

33
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1036年year

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You know it’s going to be yet other strange YEAR when you see the HORSE wearing SUNGLASSES WITH A LENS POPPED OUT.

34
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1037夜night

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Here we have Mister T sleepwalking, wearing a top hat as if he was the ambassador of the night, walking, and walking and walking on his tired walking legs, until he drops (back into his bed).

35
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1038液fluid

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a wet dream……..water fluid that comes out at night….

36
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1039塚hillock

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A small hill•A SOW standing in a HILLOCK of her own dirt, looks so proud that a CROWN is the only thing missing.

37
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1040幣cash

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(A small animal with a small belt (which the taskmaster pulls in when something should be shredded). Someone is SHREDDING away false CASH printed on TOWELS before the police comes.

38
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1041弊abuse

A

Someone (maybe the TASKMASTER) is ABUSING someone by forcing BOTH THEIR HANDW down a SHREDDER.

39
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1042喚yell

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Think yelp when you hear yell to help dinstinguish this from shout (1508). I think of the sounds that would come from the mouths of the 4 dogs if they were bound up together. I’m imagining lots of yelping.

40
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1043換interchange

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The FOUR BOUND UP ST BERNARD DOGS becomes friendly, and agree to INTERCHANGE some HUMAN FINGERS while they are still BOUND UP…

41
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1044融dissolve

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(The left part: a food processor with human legs in it. See the ceiling (lock), the mouth (opening), the hood and spike?) Some BUG are ran in the food processor until they are DISSOLVED in the other ingredients, making it a drink consisting of HUMAN LEGS, BUGS, and maybe other things.

42
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1045施alms

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Under their banner, volunteers are requesting alms for scorpion sting victims.

43
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1046旋rotation

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Don’t confuse with revolve or axis!Think of rotation as a rotation of animals in the zoo - some are on display (in rotation), some are in cages in the back (out of rotation). The ones currently in rotation (on display) are advertised with a large banner.

44
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1047遊play

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The BANNER warns that CHILDREN PLAY on the ROAD.

45
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1048旅trip

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The boat starts to leave on it’s trip across the Atlantic. Underneath a huge banner that spans the width of the ship and says “Bon Voyage”, the people wave their rags signalling a safe journey for all on board the Titanic.

46
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1049勿not

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This kanji is NOT a piglett

47
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1050物thing

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A COW is NOT a THING, it’s an ANIMAL.

48
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1051易easy

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The sun is not an easy place to get to.

49
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1052賜grant

A

A grant is easy money.

50
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1053尿urine

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This FLAG (yellow?) is shown when they is too much URINE in the swimming pool WATER.

51
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1054尼nun

A

Red cross nuns sit in a tent under the red cross flag, spooning out food to the hungry.

52
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1055泥mud

A

TV gets weirder and weirder… Now they’re doing mud wrestling shows with nuns splashing around in the water. What will they think of next?

53
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1056塀fence

A

Why the Earth has to be fenced off and flags used to represent each “country” is a puzzle to me - we’re all just monkeys on a big rock spinning round the Sun!

54
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1057履footgear

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NOTE: The most common use is in はく, meaning to put on footgear, rather than actual footgear itself. STORY: You are asleep in camp when you are woken up with news that the FLAG has fallen to the enemy. You quickly PUT ON YOUR FOOTGEAR and run off to RESTORE the FLAG.

55
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1058屋roof

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Flag at the climax (highest point) of a castle roof

56
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1059握grip

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fingers gripping the roof as your about to fall to your death. Think of an action scene in some movie.

57
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1060屈yield

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When yielding, soldiers raise the white flag before exiting from the trenches.

58
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1061掘dig

A

If you #dig# with your fingers hard enough, soil eventually yields.

59
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1062堀ditch

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(See {掘}). When soil finally yielded thanks to your digging efforts, what you have is a #ditch#.

60
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1063居reside

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it is an old tradition that people plant a flag on places where decide to reside; this tradition still goes on: Antarctica, the moon: flags all over the place!cf. {1064}

61
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1064据set

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The man #set# his finger firmly on the map and said “Here is where they reside, I am certain of it”.

62
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1065層stratum

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The strata have piled up in an ever increasing pile of dirt. As the geologists go down the rocks, they flag each stratum with the name of the corresponding era.

63
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1066局bureau

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Thinking about the FBI - Bureau - all agents just swear by trusting PHRASES before the FLAG when hired.

64
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1067遅slow

A

A sheep crossing guard waves a #SLOW# flag for his fellow sheep crossing the road.

65
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1068漏leak

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WATER always LEAKED in the spot left by the FLAG planted in the roof everytime it RAINED. Not too hard to picture a hole left in the ceiling from a flag, now leaking water.

66
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1069刷printing

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After PRINTING logos are colored on FLAGS and TOWELS, the workers at the print shop take their SABERS to cut the products into the right sizes.

67
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1070尺shaku

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Shaku is about 20 inches, here, a flag is measured.

68
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1071尽exhaust

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It’s no doubt EXHAUSTING to use a SHAKUHACHI FLUTE full of ICE.

69
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1072沢swamp

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You’re hiding from the enemy underwater in a swamp. To breathe, you have your shakuhachi flute poking up through the surface of the water.

70
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1073訳translate

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This magic SHAKUHACHI flute can TRANSLATE your SPEECH into Japanese.

71
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1074択choose

A

Hand job or “shakuhachi”, choose.

72
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1075昼daytime

A

In a Zelda game, you can warp to the #daytime# if you play your shakuhachi to bring about nightbreak… or your ocarina if you don’t have a shakuhachi.

73
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1076戸door

A

Traditional Japanese storefront doors have several flags, known as “noren,” hanging down from a curtain rod in front of them. I see this as a pseudo-pictograph, and use the horizontal line across the top to represent the curtain rod, since noren don’t usually hang from the ceiling.

74
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1077肩shoulder

A

The SHOULDER is PART OF THR BODY that most often tends to bump into DOORS.

75
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1078房tassel

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Explanation here: http://forum.koohii.com/viewtopic.php?pid=14684#p14684

76
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1079扇fan

A

It’s insanely hot today! I’m standing in the doorway, fanning myself with feathers.

77
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1080炉hearth

A

A FIRE proof DOOR keep the FIRE inside this HEARTH (the door to the right)

78
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1081戻re-

A

The St. Bernard dog whining at the door of his master’s house in order to re-enter / re-turn inside.

79
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1082涙tears

A

Tears are watery (water + re).

80
Q

1083雇employ

A

Our company has no standards. We’ll employ any turkey who walks in the door.

81
Q

1084顧look back

A

I was EMPLOYED to give HEAD…when I look back, maybe that was not a wise career move

82
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1085啓disclose

A

Behind closed DOORS, the TASKMASTER tortures to get prisoners to open their MOUTHS and DISCLOSE information.

83
Q

1086示show

A

A boy made an altar, but he’s afraid to show it to God because he thinks it’s two little.

84
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1087礼salutation

A

SALUTATION (a hand salute in this case) was given to the ALTAR by a veteran with a HOOK for his hand. Just keep that mental picture and you own this kanji.

85
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1088祥auspicious

A

•conducive to success; favorable•The Jews were before sacrificing SHEEP by the ALTAR yo assure an AUSPICIOUS start of the year or harvest.

86
Q

1089祝celebrate

A

When Japanese people turn 20 they usually visit the altar at their local shrine and celebrate no longer being a teenager.

87
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1090福blessing

A

Someone kneels before the ALTAR asking for BLESSING in the form of WEALTH. And it comes! Imagine a lot of wealth suddenly appears.

88
Q

1091祉welfare

A

And in front of every altar, she stopped to pray for the welfare of the others.

89
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1092社company

A

When you enter a Japanese company it’s like you join a cult… your workdesk becomes your altar and you worship the very soil the office is built on.

90
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1093視inspection

A

As a reaction to the increase in abide by priests, these police INSPECTORS are installing an ALTAR that can SEE what’s going on in the church (with a hidden camera?) to INSPECT the priests at all times,

91
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1094奈Nara

A

It’s beautiful place, but the dark side of Nara is that they sacrifice St. Bernards on evil altars every night after the tourists leave!

92
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1095尉military officer

A

This is the Yasukuni war hero shrine which PM koizumi often visit (see the Japanese flag above the altar?) A MILITARY OFFICER is as GLUED to the shrine, standing guard.

93
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1096慰consolation

A

The MILITARY OFFICER GLUED to the YASUKUNI SHRINE offers CONSOLATION to the HEARTS of the people visiting their forefathers who died in the war.

94
Q

1097款goodwill

A

samuari, altar, yawnThe samurai is on the altar, preaching about goodwill. The audience just yawns however, they want to see the man fight!

95
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1098禁prohibition

A

Have you seen how much things are PROHIBITED when buying a product? It’s PROHIBITED to use the knife as a murder weapon, etc. Well, this kanji shows it’s PROHIBITED to put a whole GROVE in top of an ALTAR - as it would surely break down.

96
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1099襟collar

A

A collar is the part of your cloak that, if tightened too tight, will prohibit breathing.

97
Q

1100宗religion

A

What better sign if RELIGION can you get than an ALTER within God’s HOUSE.

98
Q

1101崇adore

A

In ancient Greece, it was the religion of the time to adore the gods who live on Mount Olympus.

99
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1102祭ritual

A

A ritual such as a circumcision: a small piece of flesh from the crotch is left on the altar.

100
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1103察guess

A

One can only GUESS what kind of RITUAL are done inside this HOUSE. Maybe something concerning the FLESH of your CROTCH on top of the ALTAR.

101
Q

1104擦grate

A

You hear a GRATING sound from somewhere, and GUESS that ogre is GRATING some FINGERS to spice up his dinner.

102
Q

1105由wherefore

A

“#Wherefore# art thou, Sprouteo?” (Juliet has fallen in love with a brussel sprout) (OR: A brussel sprout has fallen from Juliet’s dinner plate and rolled off)

103
Q

1106抽pluck

A

The ogre is having fun PLUCKING up some HUMAN FINGERS and using them to PLUCK his beard SPROUTS.

104
Q

1107油oil

A

You use some WATER-based OIL to wash and clean your beard SPROUTS

105
Q

1108袖sleeve

A

The bad magician says, “As you can see, there’s nothing up my sleeves!” Then he trips over his cloak and brussel sprouts fall everywhere.

106
Q

1109宙mid-air

A

Jack climbs the SPROUT if the been stalk and up in the MID-AIR, he sees a HOUSE.

107
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1110届deliver

A

There’s a FLAG SPROUTING up from the mail box when the mail is DELIVERED. In the us.

108
Q

1111笛flute

A

This is bit as advanced as the SHAKUHACHI flute, but a flute made out of BAMBOO SPROUTS.

109
Q

1112軸axis

A

A CAR is running really fast when suddenly a SPROUT (the only one in miles sight) gets stuck in one if the wheels and make the turn around it’s own AXIS.

110
Q

1113甲armor

A

Funny.. this appeared to me as a pictograph of a samurai’s armor. Then I looked up images of the samurai armor and it is not even remotely similar. Then I realised it looks in fact like the belly of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which I somehow associated with the samurai armor because of the “turtle samurai” that appeared earlier. Fits me. The bit that pokes down is to protect the genitals, I guess.

111
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1114押push

A

An ogre PUSHED some FINGERS down into the earth hoping they will make ROOTS and grow new fingers

112
Q

1115岬headland

A

A headland is a mountain that is firmly rooted despite being surrounded on 3 sides by water. (Just like your head is a mountain surrounded by air on 3 sides, a headland!)

113
Q

1116挿insert

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After pushing ten THOUSAND FINGERS into down to the earth, the ogre tried to INSERT more in the small piece of land he has.

114
Q

1117申speaketh

A

I imagine thomeone who can not pronounth the “s” and speaketh like thith becauth they have a cane in their mouth.

115
Q

1118伸expand

A

Here we see Mr. T. expanding his gang with some trained fighter monkeys.

116
Q

1119神gods

A

Hinduism has many gods, not just one God. One of the most famous of these gods is Hanuman the monkey. Many altars are dedicated to him.

117
Q

1120捜search

A

The monkey searches around with his fingers for his crotch.

118
Q

1121果fruit

A

If only Eve had used her brains and not taken the forbidden fruit from the tree.

119
Q

1122菓confectionary

A

CANDYWhen opening a package of peach candy, you have a FLOWERY smell and a FRUITY flavor.

120
Q

1123課chapter

A

The first WORDS in the first CHAPTER is what brings FRUIT to a book. Alternatively, the first WORDS in the first chapter if the bible is about the forbidden FRUIT.!

121
Q

1124裸naked

A

Here we have Adam and Eve eating of the forbidden fruit and realizing they were naked, and so clothing themselves in a cloak.

122
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1125斤ax

A

This character represents a picture if an AX, the two vertical lines being the handle and the horizontal stokes of the blade.

123
Q

1126析chop

A

This AXE can CHOP down a TREE in just one strike

124
Q

1127所place

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One day when the AXE-MAN returns to his PLACE, he doesn’t bother to open the DOOR but instead AXES his way inside.

125
Q

1128祈pray

A

This is from the days when we didn’t have religious freedom - you can see the AXE next to the ALTAR which become destiny for those who didn’t PRAY.

126
Q

1129近near

A

As you get NEAR the MURDER SCENE, you can see an AXE on the ROAD.

127
Q

1130折fold

A

Fold some origami into the shape of an axe with your fingers. It’s even as sharp, so watch out for paper cuts!

128
Q

1131哲philosophy

A

A two-hour lesson of philosophy in high school. All the students, bored to death, are folding sheets of paper into planes, love notes or whatever, while the mouth of the teacher is talking about Platon, Kierkegaard and many other notorious philosophers.

129
Q

1132逝departed

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One of the dearest of Japan’s dearly departed is Sasaki Sadako, who developed Leukemia after the bombing of Hiroshima, and became famous for folding more than a thousand paper cranes, never giving up hope. To this day, people in Hiroshima still fold origami cranes in her memory. For this character, let us imagine a parade in her honor, the entire road lined with folded cranes.

130
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1133誓vow

A

Sadako Sasaki vowed to fold 1000 paper cranes and kept her word. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadako_Sasaki)

131
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1134暫temporarily

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Your CAR is bit by an AXE when you’re driving (some maniac?) meaning it will be TEMPORARILY out of order for some days.

132
Q

1135漸steadily

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Water + Car + Axe:The steadily rising water was filling the car, but the firefighters took their axe and broke the window, getting me out.

133
Q

1136断severance

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When you get the ax at work, use your severance pay to buy fishhooks and rice. At least that way you can eat sushi.

134
Q

1137質substance

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What is this #substance# on this clam? I’ve already broken 2 axes on it! (Good #question#…質問)

135
Q

1138斥reject

A

The kids at school used to reject me.. Made me feel really bad till I brought my axe to school. See the drop of blood on it?

136
Q

1139訴accusation

A

Words that make you feel rejected.

137
Q

1140昨yesterday

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YESTERDAY is the DAY you saw before toDAY.

138
Q

1141詐lie

A

Pinnochio gets frustrated that every time he utters a word of a lie, his nose grows and he has to get the saw out again.

139
Q

1142作make

A

When the A-Team crash lands on a deserted island, Mr. T salvages a saw from the wreckage and says, “I don’t know about y’all foos, but I’m gonna make a raft.”

140
Q

1143雪snow

A

RAIN that undergoes a change so that it can be swept aside a BROOM is SNOW.

141
Q

1144録record

A

A monk won a gold metal for breaking the current record for most swept rice in one minute.

142
Q

1145尋inquire

A

The policed inquired into the erotica scandal. They tried to sweep away the evidence, but some of it stuck. (Note: katakana エロ ero in the middle of this kanji is the Japanese word for erotica.)

143
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1146急hurry

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She was always bound to a broom, her heart pounding in a hurry to finish before she was punished for being slow.

144
Q

1147穏calm

A

This whole kanji is a picture of #calm#ness. The wheat has been harvested and even the vultures sit calmly watching the humans sweep and clean-up after the harvest is over. Hearts are peaceful and calm at this time of the year. Even the days are calm without storm.

145
Q

1148侵encroach

A

“I pity da fool who encroaches on me”. Mr T. is dressed as a French maid (= broom + crown + crotch), working undercover at a hotel that has a problem with guests misbehaving towards female staff.

146
Q

1149浸immersed

A

**YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS AND OVER TO SEE THIS **You load SEXY.FRENCH.MAIDS.XViD.avi and you see a French maid, immersed in sperm. Shit close the porno someone is coming!!

147
Q

1150寝lie down

A

After work, the French maid goes home and lies down with a turtle. Turtle? Well, he’s sloooow and always hard…(thanks to Nukemarine and Wakela!)

148
Q

1151婦lady

A

In high society, a lady is a woman who never touches a broom or an apron

149
Q

1152掃sweep

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Whether I SWEEP something away with my FINGERS or my BROOM, I should always wear my APRON

150
Q

1153当hit

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Some mothers use a small broom to hit their children when they misbehave.

151
Q

1154争contend

A

A boxing ring is bound up by the ropes. The contender is cheating and using a rake.

152
Q

1155浄clean

A

Bottled water marketers contend to make their version of tap water sound the cleanest.

153
Q

1156事matter

A

Just one word about this matter from your mouth and you will find this rake across it.

154
Q

1157唐T’ang

A

Two archeologists are in a cave looking at Chinese artifacts from various eras. One picks up a rake and says, “What about this – T’ang, do you think?” The second puts the rake in his mouth and answers, “Yes, it does #tang# a bit”.

155
Q

1158糖sugar

A

sugar made from rice has a tangy flavour

156
Q

1159康sane

A

People on the cave age became more sane after they started using sieves to avoid eating harmful things with their grains. (This kanji is almost exclusively used to write 健康, health)

157
Q

1160逮apprehend

A

Think police roadblocks. They act like road sieves, letting good people through but apprehending criminals

158
Q

1161伊Italy

A

The “boot” of Italy has gotten Europe all muddy. Who else could mop it up but Mr T?

159
Q

1162君old boy

A

Some seniors are doing what they have to do a junior saying “Hey OLD BOY, start MOpping This floor!” And sticking a MOP into his MOUTH.

160
Q

1163群flock

A

Some “OLE BOYS” are FLOCKING together like SHEEPS (not unusual in Japan), standing in front if their senior who will share some life secrets with them “old boys…”

161
Q

1164耐-proof

A

[akrodha] My comb is rust-proof, water-proof, and fire-proof. But unfortunately it is not idiot-proof–and I glued it to myself.

162
Q

1165需demand

A

Simple microeconomic logic: when it RAINS, the DEMAND OF COMBS will go up as people would have to take care of their wet hair

163
Q

1166儒Confucian

A

No more #Confucian# jibba-jabba! I demand you tell me why it’s raining combs!”

164
Q

1167端edge

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When you stand a comb on its edge, it looks like the {山} kanji.

165
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1168両both

A

Under one ceiling both took off their belts in Brokeback Mountain

166
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1169満full

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Add water THEN the flowers. With both the vase will be #full#.

167
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1170画brush-stroke

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Imagine some of your BRUSH-STROKES SPROUTING up to the CEILING and eventually makes them SPROUT themselves (kanji and other starts sprouting in your ceiling) you would need to SHOVEL it away sooner or later.

168
Q

1171歯tooth

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A dentist wants to get the if some RICE between your TEETH with a SHOVEL - but you scream “STOP”

169
Q

1172曲bend

A

It looks like the mouth of Bender the robot, from Matt Groening’s animated series “Futurama”. Thus, I use the character Bender the robot as a primitive.

170
Q

1173曹cadet

A

Bender lasted just one day in the space cadets.

171
Q

1174遭encounter

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On his ROAD to the SUN, CADET BENDER has a 3rd degree ENCOUNTER.

172
Q

1175漕rowing

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Bender the cadet (see frame 1172) is rowing, during some army exercise, and he’s very afraid of water (Bender is a robot).

173
Q

1176槽vat

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Also as part of some army survival exercise, the cadets (including Bender see frame 1172) are sent into the woods to build a vat (for collecting water for example).

174
Q

1177斗Big Dipper

A

since the meaning of “big dipper” is rather specific and the sense of measurement seems to be a more common usage, I concentrate on the primative meaning of #measuring cup#. This is a pictograph, with the first two strokes representing the measuring ticks on the side of the cup.

175
Q

1178料fee

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When buying rice, the fee is calculated by the cup. Naturally we don’t just use any cup; it has to be a proper measuring cup.

176
Q

1179科department

A

University departments study things like wheat (agriculture) and the big dipper (physics/astronomy), and exact measuring cups (engineering).

177
Q

1180図map

A

Run away slaves (Pent in) singing about the Drinking Gourd. Which referred to the night time travel of runaway slavea, who used the Big Dipper to guide them, since there were no MAPS.This frames MAP shows the BIG DIPPER

178
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1181用utilize

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to tenderize meat in an emergency wilderness situation, just utilize your walking stick!

179
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1182庸comfortable

A

To live a comfortable life, single men need only a cave for living, a rake for cleaning and a screwdriver for fixing.

180
Q

1183備equip

A

Mr. T wants to climb up and pick the flowers at the top of the cliff. He equips himself with screwdrivers to use as climbing spikes to reach the top of the cliff. Imagine a large AMMO belt full of philips screwdrivers instead of bullets.

181
Q

1184昔once upon a time

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Once upon a time, the children were forced to eat their salad every day.

182
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1185錯confused

A

A long time ago, people of the world got confused because there were so many kinds of Metal coins. today we only have the euro.

183
Q

1186借borrow

A

Once upon a time I let Mr T borrow my salad bowl, but he won’t give it back. “This be mine now, foo!”

184
Q

1187惜pity

A

Someone’s STATE OF MIND is in a PITY mode, as they didn’t participate in the SALAD DAY and now are so so fat. “It’s a pity I didn’t participate. Better turn off the MIND switch now”

185
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1188措set aside

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Long ago our ancestors #set aside# the use of fingers and began to use cutlery. (Raichu,11-7-2006) The way I remember it’s 昔 {1184} rather than 旧 {35} is that they began to use cutlery to eat salad. (I also think about how when you visit the Medieval Times theme park, which is set in Once upon a time, their gimmick is that you eat with your fingers.)

186
Q

1189散scatter

A

The #taskmaster# is dissatisfied with the meal she’s served, and scatters the #salad# & #meat# across the floor for the servants to clean up.

187
Q

1190廿twenty

A

a generation is 30, one stroke less is twenty

188
Q

1191庶commoner

A

commoners have to huddle in caverns around a campfire, while higher class people get heating and central air conditioning in a hotel

189
Q

1192遮intercept

A

The commoners are revolting! We must #intercept# them on the road before they reach the castle!

190
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1193席seat

A

Remember those poor commoners huddled in groups of 20 in a cave? The only thing they had for a seat was some old toweling (while their lords could recline on luxurious couches).

191
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1194度degrees

A

The cavern refugees are so poor that they can’t afford thermometers. So, the menfolk expose their crotches inside the cavern, and approximate the temperature in degrees from how shrivelled everything looks downstairs…

192
Q

1195渡transit

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This particular form of transit is a ferry (one of the actual meanings of this character). Naturally it can only cross the water if it’s not frozen, so the temperature must be above 0 degrees.pass across or through (an area).

193
Q

1196奔bustle

A

The hustle and BUSTLE of this character is depicted by a ST. BERNARD DOG and a HAYSTACK.move in an energetic or noisy manner.

194
Q

1197噴erupt

A

A bit nasty (but makes the whole thing much easier to remember) is to take the right side and call it a bearded clam. For erupt, you can make your own story about the mouth/opening on the left.

195
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1198墳tomb

A

Depending on how much money you have, you can be buried in the hay, in the dirt, or in a tomb.

196
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1199憤aroused

A

Note: this word in Japanese has the idea of “indignant”. So aroused here refers to being aroused because of anger over some unjust or wrong act, unfairness etc. It doesn’t seem to carry a meaning associated with arousal in the sense of sex or pleasure. So, my story: think of the angry state of mind aroused at finding all your clams buried under your haystack stolen, gone!

197
Q

1200焼bake

A

Ah, there’s no better way to bake a pizza than an oven fueled by a burning strawman. And if you listen carefully, there are stifled strawman screams coming from the kitchen. Think of this image: http://users.mtrx.net/funnypics/content/-rdm1-ABCD1234-rdm1-/2005/2005-08-23-0002/Doughboy.jpg

198
Q

1201暁daybreak

A

The sun rising beside a straw man in a corn field is a classic cartoon depiction of daybreak.

199
Q

1202半half

A

Imagine karate chopping the number three in half with a WALKING STICK and pausing the picture just as the first “board” breaks.

200
Q

1203伴consort

A

Mr. T wants to splits himself in half so he can be his own CONSORT.