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Asking a Japanese girl out 2019/3/10 18:23
My Japanese is very poor. But I tried to ask a Japanese out to have crab together... And she replied "すき".. Does it mean yes or no?
by Genry (guest)  

Re: Asking a Japanese girl out 2019/3/10 18:59
すきい means she likes it. I guess the crab. Or maybe she likes you. Or maybe the invite. Hard to say from just one word and not knowing what she understood from your question. It could be as simple as “I like crabs” to “oh yes, I like to go out with you (and have crabs)”. I think the two of you need to improve on your communication. Maybe try something like google translate , otherwise the crabs are going to talk more during your night out than the two of you.
by LikeBike (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Asking a Japanese girl out 2019/3/10 20:22
this date sounds like it is going to be fun. but at least there is crab. what can go wrong? :-)
by Glimpigumpi rate this post as useful

Re: Asking a Japanese girl out 2019/3/11 05:41
Simple, she like eating crab but it is not main reason,
she like a rich(money) man and also just looking for new rare spots of SNS(insta, tw, FB, LINE, YouTube).
http://i.imgur.com/Kl0teqQ.jpg

Or, she likes EDM music at "club" = disco, not "crab".
http://atom-tokyo.com/common/snap/snap201705_07.jpg
You said "kani" in japanese?
by SppongeBobs (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Asking a Japanese girl out 2019/3/11 11:09
@SppongeBobs

I have no idea what you want to say, but not all woman or man have this thinking.

by justmyday rate this post as useful

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