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Shit about Kyonko stops now. Why?

KYONKO CAN'T BE HER NAME FUCKERS. STORY WISE KYON'S NAME IS A BASTARDIZATION OF "JOHN" BY NIPPS WHO DECIDED TO PRONOUNCE IT SAID WAY. JOHN IS A MASCULINE NAME SO KYONKO DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE.

Now let's think for a second. A feminine variation of John could be something like Jane or Janet so a nice parallel for female Kyon could be Kyain or Kyane. KYONKO DOESN'T WORK.
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Stop trolling.
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so just mispronounce Jane.
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Jone is female version of John.
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>>10159969

I said that already.
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Even Kyonko sages your own thread.
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my girl johnko is mad as shit and isn't going to take it anymore
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we should just call her "kyaa~" like the sound she would make when i stick it up her pooper
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>>10159992

Cock goes where?
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OP is a fucking retarded

English =/= Japanese

adding ko at the end of a name makes a name feminine
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>>10159989
Kyoon~ ?
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>>10160012

i like that.
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In-story, she can be "Kyon" just fine. However, for purposes of differentiating her from the original in conversation, "Kyonko" is a convenient handle.
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Even though -ko makes it sound feminine, we don't even know what kyon stands for or comes from. It might turn out to be something that is unisex.
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Nice troll.

You suck cocks.

SAGE!



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