An English word has been inserted into the center of a Japanese word today, which was in the middle of an English sentence.
“That seems a bit mendoku-bloody-sai to me,” said 8-years-a-gaijin Pauline Carey.
Carey was informed about how it was compulsory to remove the bottle caps from her PET bottles before disposing of them in the garbage collection area.
“Shoga-frickin-nai,” said Carey’s friend.
Carey will now pretend she did not hear that piece of information about correct PET bottle disposal and will continue to leave the caps screwed on.