返信先:@ZoneSkyeNot really. She used a word キョドる that was a slang (in this instance an acronym, not a made up word) back in 1999, but it isn't really the case anymore. About anyone would understand its meaning today. pic.twitter.com/2g0lcliTP0
返信先:@NegativeBloom_Sus is used in the subtitled of the translation. In japanese Sus can be translated as Utagawashii 疑わしい meaning suspicious, doubtful, or uncertain. Using the kunyomi adjective in the beginning of the word. Expanding it with hiragana particles.
Japanese word of the day: きょう/今日/Kyou Pronunciation: Ki (kee sound, but less emphasis on the ee, more on the K)-Yo Meaning: Today Sentence used: 今日は何になさいますか？ translation: What will you be having today? (^translated above is the polite version)