How to say "Does anyone feel lazy?" in Japanese?
How to say "Does anyone feel lazy?" in Japanese? Like trying to convince everyone to slack.
This is suppose to be a joke. When I first heard this sentence i was like laughin' till I grow wings on my back and fly to New york with my imaginary dog named "Haru". LOL LOOOL (Laugh out ouch oi Lord).
- Nut King COLALv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
I would say;
オイ、やってらんねえ気分のヤツいるかあ? (a boss to workers friendly but somewhat rude)
Does + ? = いるかあ?
anyone = ヤツ guy
feel = 気分
lazy = やってらんねえ catchy slang I like.
We say this when;
I'm sick and tired of it!
I'm fed up!
Give me a break!
If you say やってらんねえ among Japanese, surely you will get a happy laugh.
やってらんねえ is very useful when you feel lazy and tell others half as a joke.
*Source(s): A native Japanese.