Simon asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 7 years ago

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).

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  • 7 years ago
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    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 out!

    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.
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