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Is someone saying things that you don’t care about? The komakai koto or “minor details?” Let them know.

Is someone saying things that you don’t care about? The komakai koto or “minor details?” Let them know.

Literally, this means “stop lying” however interpretations are necessary to TRY and bring over the emotion that comes with the phrase.

Literally, this means “stop lying” however interpretations are necessary to TRY and bring over the emotion that comes with the phrase.

Or, it can also mean “seriously…?” but obviously can be used as a reaction. A frustrated or angry reaction. “You’ve got to be kidding me” is just a valid interpretation.

Or, it can also mean “seriously…?” but obviously can be used as a reaction. A frustrated or angry reaction. “You’ve got to be kidding me” is just a valid interpretation.

Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban  http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html

Studies Abroad in Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html

Katte ni suru means to “do as you want” but in this case, you’re also adding in your annoyance or angry feelings.

Katte ni suru means to “do as you want” but in this case, you’re also adding in your annoyance or angry feelings.

Now… this is borderline insulting rather than angry. Well, unless the person is genuinely disgusting, then you’re perfectly fine in using this.

Now… this is borderline insulting rather than angry. Well, unless the person is genuinely disgusting, then you’re perfectly fine in using this.

To shorten this, we can cut this down to “Don’t interrupt me” or “don’t cut in on me” by JUST using the last 2 words “warikomanaide kure”  This just may be one of the more “politer” angry Japanese phrases here.

To shorten this, we can cut this down to “Don’t interrupt me” or “don’t cut in on me” by JUST using the last 2 words “warikomanaide kure” This just may be one of the more “politer” angry Japanese phrases here.

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