By thismustbewhyivestrivedtobesmart - 15/11/2016 18:25 - United States - Brooklyn

Today, while on vacation, my brother asked a native of the area for help. Once he got it, he thanked them with "muchos gracias" in the best Spanish accent he could do. We're in Japan. FML
I agree, your life sucks 10 667
You deserved it 1 005

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What an idiot! Everyone knows where you're in Japan, you say, "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto." Sheesh!

My dumbass detector is going off the charts!

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My dumbass detector is going off the charts!

What an idiot! Everyone knows where you're in Japan, you say, "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto." Sheesh!

The weebs will riot

Wait, they don't speak Spanish in Japan?

No, they speak Spanish in Spanland. De nada in advance.

No they speak Japanese

Thank you, Captain Obvious.

More like Captain Oblivious

Points for his heart being in the right place? Even if his language isn't.

Are you there for the Pokémon Go Lapras Event? Just kidding! Enjoy your vacation!

People still play Pokemon Go?

I play once in a while. I'm sure it'll pick back up when gen 2 is out.

"we're in Japan"... Yet upload is from United States (New York) Oops. Someone forgot you get given an upload location. Fake!

Actually, they coulda posted it after their vacation. Just, the form of FML dictates that it says today

Ain't "Thank you" pronounced "Domo" or something like that?? We need a Japanese Dora

Thank you is arigato, but the r is very light so it sounds kinda like an l.

If you're talking to strangers it's probably a good idea to say "arigato gozaimas" (are-E-got-oh Go-zah-E-mas) I apologise in advance for the atrocities I committed to the language.

You can say domo or arigato. Or even both of them together as domo arigato. Arigato is for bigger favors.