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Old 02-12-2003, 10:15 AM   #74
blueskied
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Quote:
Originally posted by Icarus4578

Sayonara
I'm not sure if you know or not, but if you say "sayonara" in Japanese, it means something akin to "so long, farewell". Meaning you're not coming back. Unless your intended meaning is that this your last post, I don't think you want to say "sayonara". If you just want to say goodbye in Japanese, say something like "mata kondo", meaning, "until next time". Or the casual phrases equivalent to "see ya", like "ja ne", or "mata ne".

Just FYI.:cool guy:
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