tanjoubi omedetou~!


└ WWG 2017 to celebrate 二宮先生’s 17th 34th birthday!

In Japan, it’s July 23!
Sasuke is my favorite male character from Naruto.
From the beginning, I’ve always understood your motivations and your frustrations.
He lost his clan, his family and then lost his brother. And I can not even imagine how much I have suffered from it. Sasuke has gone through too many things. He was overcome by hatred and thirst for revenge, all for not knowing the true story behind the massacre of his clan. Can you imagine how painful his life must have been?
I know that nothing justify the bad things he did, the people he hurt and made cry, but deep down, I always knew he had a good heart in the end. And this has been confirmed. Sasuke has now found happiness, has formed a family and I’m sure he is very grateful for this. My baby deserves all the love and happiness is the world.

Tanjoubi omedetou Uchiha Sasuke ❤


(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ HAPPY 35TH BIRTHDAY HOSOYAN ✧゚・: *ヽ( ◕ ヮ◕ヽ)

Thank you for bringing to life so many unforgettable characters. The seiyuu world is blessed to have such a talented voice as yours. Wishing you the only very best in life always, Hosoya-san!! Tanjoubi Omedetou!!! (2.10.82)

askh4tsunemiku  asked:

Tanjoubi omedetou! (☆^ー^☆) Glad you could make it! Are you having fun?~ Oh yeah, my Neru made cupcakes for other Neru's so I brought one over for you. She's kind of shy ehehe~

Not that it’s fun or anything, but there’s some cool people here. I guess. I don’t know. And tell your Neru I said thanks.

誕生日 tanjoubi means birthday and the お in front of it is used to increase the level of formality. While おめでとう is congratulations so literally this means “Congratulations on your birthday!”

To make it more casual, you could say:
tanjoubi, omedetou!


Christmas day is actually to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. But in Japanese it’s more toward a holiday where people give gifts, eat delicous cakes and hang out with people they love.

Jesus Christ in Japanese is イエスキリスト (iesu kirisuto) and イエス (iesu) can also means YES~ To end up today’s lessons, here’s a scene from funny Saint Oniisan Anime.

Happy holiday! 。゚✶ฺ.ヽ(*´∀`*)ノ.✶゚ฺ。