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2=じ  2=じ  じじ means grandpa in Japanese. (a little rude way or a baby way of saying)  So 2月2日 is "ojiisan no hi" or "Grandpa Day."

2=じ 2=じ じじ means grandpa in Japanese. (a little rude way or a baby way of saying) So 2月2日 is "ojiisan no hi" or "Grandpa Day."

Happy Underwear Day! 8=ぱ(ん) 2=つ(two) Underwear is called "pantsu" in Japanese. So 8月2日 is "pantsu no hi" or “Panty/Underwear Day."

Happy Underwear Day! 8=ぱ(ん) 2=つ(two) Underwear is called "pantsu" in Japanese. So 8月2日 is "pantsu no hi" or “Panty/Underwear Day."

kirakiradoodles:      There are two different types of japanese adjectives. “i-adjectives” and “na-adjectives”. Some examples ^-^     (via holycrapjapanese)

kirakiradoodles: There are two different types of japanese adjectives. “i-adjectives” and “na-adjectives”. Some examples ^-^ (via holycrapjapanese)

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