Anra7777
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Anra7777

Fujoshi, Hanaru’s Wifey, Female, 32, from US

Happy One Year on NUF Anniversary to me! Hope the next year is also fun! Apr 13, 2019 at 8:27 PM

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    1. CDLevit
      CDLevit
      Are you a teacher?
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      2. CDLevit
        CDLevit
        Thanks!

        Who's Hanaru?
        Apr 13, 2019 at 11:29 PM
      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Hanaru is another NUF user. We got NUF married a few months ago, although I think she may have a harem. ^_^
        Apr 14, 2019 at 12:19 AM
      4. CDLevit
        CDLevit
        It's a she? I see..
        Apr 14, 2019 at 12:20 AM
    2. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Happy One Year on NUF Anniversary to me! Hope the next year is also fun!
      1. OnceandFutureLurker
        OnceandFutureLurker
        congrats !!
        Apr 13, 2019 at 8:27 PM
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      2. CDLevit
        CDLevit
        Congratulations!
        Apr 13, 2019 at 9:04 PM
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      3. Haz
        Haz
        one year of your life wasted :/
        Apr 13, 2019 at 9:42 PM
    3. Blitz
      Blitz
      Anra sensei!
      is there a difference between I.e and e.g? or can they be used interchangeably?
      1. Blitz
        Blitz
        Nvm I figured it out
        Mar 19, 2019
      2. Nyan sempai
        Nyan sempai
        i.e is That is. e.g. is Example
        Mar 20, 2019
    4. Nyan sempai
      Nyan sempai
      Hello, I didn't yet see the puppy blob. Can you please show me an image? (✿´ ꒳ ` )
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      3. Nyan sempai
        Nyan sempai
        But the first four are blob emojis. Can you please pick up one or two from those blobs?
        Mar 6, 2019
      4. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Eh, as I said before, my second place and third place votes are for the kitty present and kitty heart. Unless those don’t count either? I’m a little sad about the puppy, but I understand. It’s too bad, but I’ll make do. ╭(╯^╰)╮
        Mar 6, 2019
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      5. Nyan sempai
        Nyan sempai
        Oh sure!!! Thanks for understanding...
        Mar 6, 2019
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    5. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: Shall vs. Will, or, the future and the law.
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      2. Silver Snake
        Silver Snake
        In america most people simply don't use shall because it sounds archaic to them.
        Feb 22, 2019
      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Let me fix that for you: “In America, most people simply don’t use shall because it sounds archaic to them.” ^_^#
        Feb 22, 2019
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      4. GonZ555
        GonZ555
        *quickly hides my clones*
        Feb 22, 2019
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    6. akki
      akki
      *raises hand* Miss! Miss! Miss! I have another question. What's the rule behind apostrophe before or after the letter s?
      1. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        I distinctly remember asking mom that before and got the answer. Too bad I don’t remember. T_T I looked it up, and the answer seems to be... everyone has a different opinion.
        Feb 11, 2019
      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Feb 11, 2019
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    7. GonZ555
      GonZ555
      *glomps hamster devil*
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Oh, thank you! *glomps back* *resists urge to nibble*
        Feb 7, 2019
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    8. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: Can vs. May. Rule: ability/capability vs. permission.
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      3. Silver Snake
        Silver Snake
        "Traditionally, can has referred to what one was physically or mentally capable of doing. May was more about permission."
        Feb 22, 2019
      4. Silver Snake
        Silver Snake
        "At this point, however, the distinctions between can and may are almost completely lost to most English speakers. Can has for centuries been taking on most of the job of may. May has become stigmatized as the preferred choice of someone who is likely to correct your speech, even when it isn’t their place."
        Feb 22, 2019
      5. Silver Snake
        Silver Snake
        I too was also corrected many a time as a child.
        Feb 22, 2019
    9. akki
      akki
      Random question 464: besides cheese and tomato sauce, what is one essential ingredient you like to have on your pizza?
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      2. AliceShiki
        AliceShiki
        I like it with bacon on ham!

        I never tried with pineapple though... >.>
        Feb 4, 2019
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      3. Matsurika
        Matsurika
        @Anra7777 Tunisia

        @akki *jiiiiiiiiii* why are you up that early? Or did you not sleep

        Pizza with minced meat is also delicious, my brother once kept nagging mom to make it, in the end everyone but him liked it xD

        Hmm, never tried pineapple pizza, I don't think I'll like it >_>
        Not a fan of mixing salty and sweet flavours in the same dish
        Feb 4, 2019
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      4. AliceShiki
        AliceShiki
        It should be great with minced meat~

        But yeah, not very fond of mixing sweet and salty either... Well, I'm still easy to please though... >.>
        Feb 4, 2019
    10. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      When you’ve been waiting in anticipation for a whole year, only to go Dunkin Donuts and find that your absolute favorite doughnut is gone!
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      2. Archaic pickle
        Archaic pickle
        Sorry for your loss

        Maybe try a bakery?
        I never tried brownie batter doughnut there...
        I tend to just get glazed or Boston cream
        They do have a deal for bacon egg and cheese croissants 2/5$
        Feb 2, 2019
      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Brownie batter has always been one of their monthly special doughnuts that comes out only in February. I don’t think a bakery would make them. But thank you for the suggestion, anyway.
        Feb 2, 2019
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      4. Archaic pickle
        Archaic pickle
        >_>
        <_<
        Maybe tweet at them?
        Feb 2, 2019
    11. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: Some common words and phrases that may get you into trouble with grammarians. See comments.
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      2. Nahrenne
        Nahrenne
        *feeds Anra some sunflower seeds as a reward for their hard work*
        X
        Jan 30, 2019
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      3. Blitz
        Blitz
        "Different than" sounds weird. Is it commonly used?
        Jan 30, 2019
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      4. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        @Blitz It sounds weird to me too. But I almost never hear anyone say “different from” or see it written. It’s always “different than.” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Maybe it’s a regional thing?
        Jan 30, 2019
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    12. akki
      akki
      *raises hand* Miss! Miss! Miss! I have a question. When is it okay to use the words assume and presume in a sentence? Does it not matter when they're used or are there specific conditions required to use one or the other in a sentence?
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Jan 30, 2019
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      3. Bakaturq
        Bakaturq
        If english class had such earnest students, english teachers would cry
        Jan 30, 2019
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      4. akki
        akki
        thanks~
        Jan 30, 2019
    13. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: subjunctive or, the tense that is somewhat more complicated than I thought. See comments.
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 1:
        I have the words “subjunctive contrary to fact” burned into my brain after nearly 30 years of them being drilled into my head by my English prof mom. Only when researching did I find that there was more to this tense then I thought. I’ll explain what I do know, then direct you to a site I came across with more info.
        Jan 25, 2019
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      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 2:
        Think of a hypothetical situation. Now, since it *is* a hypothetical, and not real, the tense changes. Rather than saying, “If I was hungry, I would eat,” you should say, “If I were hungry, I would eat.” That is subjunctive contrary to fact.
        Jan 25, 2019
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      4. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 3:
        Confession: it took me a while to put up this episode because this was giving me a headache. Confession: I shudder every time I see the words “if... was...” and there are a lot of those in novels.
        For more info: https://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/grammar_subjunctive.html
        Jan 25, 2019
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    14. Anra7777
      Anra7777
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Regular lesson coming... soon... sometime...
        Jan 24, 2019
      3. Bad Storm
        Bad Storm
        Wahaha saw this just today. Real funny xD
        Jan 26, 2019
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    15. rilakkuma
      rilakkuma
      I might be a bit late but isn't that Reborn Into a Hamster?
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Yup
        Jan 23, 2019
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      3. Link_0021
        Link_0021
        i was too... until things gone wrong...


        i was sacrificed...
        Jan 23, 2019
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    16. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: ellipses: we’re all using them wrong. See comments.
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      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 3:
        For quotations that encompass more than one sentence, you use an ellipsis with four dots. Example: “I am Anra. Therefore, worship me, for I am amazing.” Could become: “I am Anra.... worship me... I am amazing.” Does this make sense? Let me know if you need more examples.
        Jan 18, 2019
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      4. hayyan
        hayyan
        That was an interesting random knowledge.
        Jan 18, 2019
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      5. Bad Storm
        Bad Storm
        That feels when you already know how it works yet still use it the wrong way in normal conversations xD
        Jan 19, 2019
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    17. Lonelycity
      Lonelycity
      I have a question for you~~
      Who’s Fanny Burney? And why’s she your fav ?? Which novel of her’s do you suggest ?
      1. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        She isn’t my fav, but she’s very good. She’s a predecessor of Austen, and you can tell that Austen was quite inspired by her. I’ve read only two of her four books, both of which are very, very long. I’d say, start with Evelina, which is her first book.
        Jan 18, 2019
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      3. Lonelycity
        Lonelycity
        Already skimmed through her wiki~~
        Jan 18, 2019
    18. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: split infinitives or, why boldly going may be bad for your grades. See comments.
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      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 2:
        Definition: a split infinitive is anything placed in between “to” and the verb it’s paired with, often “not” being the offender in question. (I’m looking at you, “I Decided to Not Compete and Quietly Create Dolls Instead.”)
        Jan 16, 2019
      4. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Part 3:
        Examples:
        “To be or not to be, that is the question.” Shakespeare for the win!
        “To be or to not be, that is the question.” Split infinitive.

        “To boldly go where no man has gone before.” Sounds awesome, but it is a split infinitive.
        “To go boldly” or “Boldly to go” sounds less cool, but you won’t have to worry about red marks on your paper.
        Jan 16, 2019
      5. Rufi-sidd
        Rufi-sidd
        arigato @Anra7777 -san~ always is fun to read your status
        Jan 16, 2019
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    19. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      Grammar with Anra: the Oxford comma or, the comma you’d have to pry out of my cold, dead, lifeless hands. See comments.
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      2. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        Jan 14, 2019
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      4. Ddraig
        Ddraig
        it is idiotic and useless
        Jan 14, 2019
    20. Anra7777
      Anra7777
      When you turn to a random radio station and it turns out to be an “alien” cult station. (◐‿◑)( ̄▽ ̄) Bwahahaha...
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      3. Anra7777
        Anra7777
        @Arie Sun I didn’t vote for him, so don’t blame me. And @GonZ555 the show’s called “The Cosmic Eye Ashtar Command Radio” if you want to look it up. I’ve satisfied my curiosity enough, myself.
        Jan 13, 2019
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      4. Rufi-sidd
        Rufi-sidd
        Lol :D are they high on crack or something while doing the radio show...?
        Jan 13, 2019
      5. Rufi-sidd
        Rufi-sidd
        A guy from Venus ain...... Wow sounds like an interesting BL plot lol ..... Long distance relationship from mars to venus lol
        Jan 13, 2019
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