You usually always make stuff like this I’m the reason Santa has a naughty list sweater for the holiday get-togethers, here’s an idea for Christmas. Besides being totally awesome, this little exchange was thought-provoking how could I, someone who loved Street Fighter and used Japanese on a daily basis, not even know what the word ‘hadouken’ meant? It was a flaw I quickly looked to remedy. That night I looked up the kanji Chinese characters used in Japanese writing for Hadouken and many of the other common Japanese Street Fighter move names. If you are using some other or just need more information, check out this Wikipedia link; it should point you in the right direction.
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The appropriate response would probably have been an I’m the reason Santa has a naughty list sweater nod and a wave. Or perhaps just a courteous, hello! However, after living in Japan for several years. And receiving this kind of random, overenthusiastic interest on a daily basis. Sometimes a regular greeting just isn’t snarky enough. With a decidedly sassy gleam in his eye, my buddy turned toward the students. And thrust his palms in their direction. Hadouken! he exclaimed. After a split-second pause, the student nearest us dramatically threw his hands up in the air, staggered backward, and then fell down.