shitsurei – rudeness, impoliteness, excuse me

September 22, 2013 at 4:47 am | Posted in Nouns | Leave a comment

失礼 しつれい

“shitsurei shi mas” is how you’ll usually hear this. for example if you are trying to get by someone you say it, it’s like “excuse me.”

sounds like “shitsu ray” (imagine how a japanese person would say shit…shitsu. this trick works for lots of words.)

visual – a ray of…shitsu, maybe a wizard casting some weird shitsu ray spell?

ideas

wizard casting the shitsu ray spell…”please excuse me”

some sort of moving shitsu ray running wild, pushing people around, knocking stuff over, very rude wouldn’t you say

example sentence

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