A shrewd Japanese sentence cloaked in secrecy until the very last has finally unveiled its true identity as a disappointing negative.
In response to the question, “Can I defer my key money payment for this property?” the Japanese sentence tediously continued for about 59 characters before concluding in the non-affirmative.
“Geez, can I please have 8 seconds of my life back,” thought gaijin David.
“And why am I paying key money if there are more keys to apartments than people in this damn country.”
Another Japanese sentence following close behind beginning with “moushi wake” also terminated in the negative.