Talk:Glossary of owarai terms
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Gire is actually kire or kireru - to lose control of one's temper. Gire is the syllable change that happens when a certain sound is placed before it like gyakugire... —Preceding unsigned comment added by s7rugg1e (talk • contribs)
- Yeah I got that, just wasn't thinking clearly at the time. > <;; freshgavinΓΛĿЌ 06:35, 17 March 2006 (UTC)
- BTW, kireru actually means to "lose it" and explode in rage. I will leave the decision of an edit up to you. bimyo...struggle 13:30, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
- Well, while the examples did simply just pop into my head, neta does need some explanation. If there was a better neta example, please put one in. Itsudemokokokara's "Kanashii toki" act or Choplin's black foreigner neta are some other memorable acts.struggle 13:28, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
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