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Is there a name for the manor of speaking where words are ended on -issu and why is it so great?
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>manor
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It's called Sumipe-ese.
VELCOME, KOMRADE-SSU!
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Google gives me nothing. Do other names for it exist?
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It's how teenage boys and Prinnies talk.
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>>100727057
I think it is nerdy/geek/otaku way of talking usually.
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its called Oukamireipu
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