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This is resource WM7J2TR, an Archived Thread.
Discovered:9/5 -2014 01:41:18

Ended:9/5 -2014 03:50:42

Checked:9/5 -2014 04:41:53

Original location:
Recognized format: Yes, thread post count is 7.
Discovered flash files: 1

File: Ni Hao Nyan Commercial.swf-(1.15 MB, 320x182, Anime)
[_] This is Important Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)18:33 No.2377660

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)18:48 No.2377672

  What does she mean by deculture?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)19:05 No.2377690

  It's surprisingly hard to describe but it's a made up adjective from the anime series Macross.

  It's what the warmongering aliens say when they experience the "culture" of Earth for the first
  time, at first as an exclamation of disgust, but then as they become addicted to the cultural
  products of humanity and gradually assimilate with human spacefaring society, it becomes
  reclaimed as a positive adjective.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)19:13 No.2377702

  Damn this works.
  I am now hungry

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)19:19 No.2377706

  The best definition I have seen for deculture is "(it is) shocking/surprising," thus making it
  positive or negative depending on context.

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)20:29 No.2377772

  so, deculture = degenerate ?

>> [_] Anonymous 05/08/14(Thu)20:40 No.2377787

  No. She's obviously not saying the chinese restaurant in the commercial is "degenerate," right?
  "Expression of shock/surprise" is as good a definition as any, I guess, like that other anon
  said. Like I guess it's just a "hip" way to say "wow, such culture."
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