"Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

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Post by Jovereign » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:14 pm

pandaphil wrote:I admit I tend to use certain well-worn phrases. But then I admit I tend to be awkward with conversations.
In conversations, I tend to say the word "actually" a lot. In writing, I say "in actuality" a lot. XD

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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by pandaphil » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:18 pm

Jovereign wrote:
pandaphil wrote:I admit I tend to use certain well-worn phrases. But then I admit I tend to be awkward with conversations.
In conversations, I tend to say the word "actually" a lot. In writing, I say "in actuality" a lot. XD
And of course theres the infamous "y'know". :)
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Jovereign » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:25 pm

pandaphil wrote:
Jovereign wrote:
pandaphil wrote:I admit I tend to use certain well-worn phrases. But then I admit I tend to be awkward with conversations.
In conversations, I tend to say the word "actually" a lot. In writing, I say "in actuality" a lot. XD
And of course theres the infamous "y'know". :)
Don't remind me. -_-

I remember seeing a documentary of this guy (forgot the name of the person and documentary) being interviewed and I swear, the end of every sentence, he says "y'know what I'm saying?".

Just one of my pet peeves. Especially "like, you know, like I was there, like..."

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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by SpecimenSix » Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:24 pm

pandaphil wrote:
Jovereign wrote:
pandaphil wrote:I admit I tend to use certain well-worn phrases. But then I admit I tend to be awkward with conversations.
In conversations, I tend to say the word "actually" a lot. In writing, I say "in actuality" a lot. XD
And of course theres the infamous "y'know". :)
Oh god. I remember on my last research paper I used the term "he" 7 times in 2 sentences. I don't really use the term a lot so when my professor pointed it out it was a major wtf moment. :lol: I'm quite sure there are other terms I do use frequently in my writing and speaking but I can't think of them at the moment.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Umber » Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:39 pm

Verbal tics/habits are common in most people. Guess it depends on the reach of your vocabulary, maybe. Living in California, "like" is the most overheard filler word in existence. It's dieing down a bit, before people go back to saying "Uh...", "So...", and "Ya-know?" for extra thinking time.

A pet peeve of mine is writing a paper and I realize that I should stop using "She/Her...", so I go with "[Name]/[Name's]". Back and forth every couple sentences, and I feel like I'm being uncreative.

I also mentioned this before, but does anyone know where Hisao lived before his heart attack? No major cities come to mind when I think of a snowy area where Iwanako confessed to him. I don't think winter reaches Shibuya Square very much, and it's unlikely Hisao's the type of person to live there...
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by metalangel » Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:56 pm

Jovereign wrote:I remember seeing a documentary of this guy (forgot the name of the person and documentary) being interviewed and I swear, the end of every sentence, he says "y'know what I'm saying?".
Sounds to me like a rerun of Jerry Springer on 'Southside gangstas and their bitches' day.

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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Jovereign » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:29 am

metalangel wrote:
Jovereign wrote:I remember seeing a documentary of this guy (forgot the name of the person and documentary) being interviewed and I swear, the end of every sentence, he says "y'know what I'm saying?".
Sounds to me like a rerun of Jerry Springer on 'Southside gangstas and their bitches' day.
Is that show still running? 0_0

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Post by Guest Poster » Tue Mar 05, 2013 5:21 am

I also mentioned this before, but does anyone know where Hisao lived before his heart attack? No major cities come to mind when I think of a snowy area where Iwanako confessed to him. I don't think winter reaches Shibuya Square very much, and it's unlikely Hisao's the type of person to live there...
I believe Hisao mentioned at some point it was a city near Tokyo.

That said, I always thought Hisao subconciously copied that tic from Rin. I remember her saying similar stuff at some point.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Jovereign » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:39 am

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I also mentioned this before, but does anyone know where Hisao lived before his heart attack? No major cities come to mind when I think of a snowy area where Iwanako confessed to him. I don't think winter reaches Shibuya Square very much, and it's unlikely Hisao's the type of person to live there...
I believe Hisao mentioned at some point it was a city near Tokyo.

That said, I always thought Hisao subconciously copied that tic from Rin. I remember her saying similar stuff at some point.
I thought Hisao mentioned "Hakkido" or something to Lilly when he first mer her and was asked where he was from?

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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by SpecimenSix » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:43 am

Jovereign wrote: I thought Hisao mentioned "Hakkido" or something to Lilly when he first mer her and was asked where he was from?
I think Hakkido is the small town where Lilly's summer house is. I could be wrong though, it's possible Hisao said he lives near there. But if I recall correctly I remember him saying that he hasn't been that far north on the trip up there so I'm not so sure about that.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by pandaphil » Tue Mar 05, 2013 2:34 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:
Jovereign wrote: I thought Hisao mentioned "Hakkido" or something to Lilly when he first mer her and was asked where he was from?
I think Hakkido is the small town where Lilly's summer house is. I could be wrong though, it's possible Hisao said he lives near there. But if I recall correctly I remember him saying that he hasn't been that far north on the trip up there so I'm not so sure about that.

I think you're right.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by neio » Wed Mar 06, 2013 5:34 pm

pandaphil wrote:
SpecimenSix wrote:
Jovereign wrote: I thought Hisao mentioned "Hakkido" or something to Lilly when he first mer her and was asked where he was from?
I think Hakkido is the small town where Lilly's summer house is. I could be wrong though, it's possible Hisao said he lives near there. But if I recall correctly I remember him saying that he hasn't been that far north on the trip up there so I'm not so sure about that.

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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Guest Poster » Wed Mar 06, 2013 5:53 pm

Heh, Hokkaido isn't the name of the town, but the name of the island it's on. Hokkaido's actually the second-largest island in Japan. I'm not sure if the town itself was named.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by neio » Wed Mar 06, 2013 6:18 pm

Guest Poster wrote:Heh, Hokkaido isn't the name of the town, but the name of the island it's on. Hokkaido's actually the second-largest island in Japan. I'm not sure if the town itself was named.
Well this is awkward... *checks Wikipedia*... yep. I know literally nothing about Japan.
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Re: "Hustle and Bustle" - Hisao

Post by Xanatos » Wed Mar 06, 2013 6:25 pm

neio wrote:literally
Stop using this word. It does not mean what you think it means.

And I'm pretty sure the town itself wasn't named.
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