How To: Use Japanese expressions for "lazy"

Use Japanese expressions for "lazy"

In this video, we learn how to use Japanese expressions for "lazy". This is difficult to translate for most people, because of how it's expressed and said. Mendo-Kusai is expressing something you don't feel like doing. This is something that takes too much effort, and you can take this to someone casually or with your friends. An example is if you don't feel like doing your homework, or you don't want to walk all the way around a grocery store. This basically means you are being lazy and don't want to do something. Make sure you have the sounds of the word right, then you can use this in any sentence it applies!

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