I don't see any hiragana or katakana..... So I'm gonna safely assume this is a Chinese receipt and not Japanese
@Nasasuki, it's in Yen though...?
@Nasasuki, it's in yen. And there's a ち down there at the bottom. I'm gonna safely assume this is a Japanese receipt and not Chinese.
@WhoseLineIsItAnyway, both the yuan (Chinese currency) and yen have the same symbol
@Nasasuki, it's true that the yen and yuan currencies both use the same symbol and I was JUST about to agree with you until I saw the ち at the end of the last line. I've done this exact thing before, though, so no shame.
@WhoseLineIsItAnyway, it could also be in Yuan though......
@lovely imposter, みてる、 ありがtおう！
see it now, thanks!
@lovely imposter, nice job catching that
More like Thicc
I think that's actually appropriate for clothes sizes. This whole xxxl size and above should just be labeled FAT so that we stop kidding ourselves and accept the reality. Maybe that will offend enough obese people to motivate them to better health.
@TheButterCutter, I'd agree if it weren't for the fact that a lot of super tall people buy extra large shirts just so they cover their bellies. Or that beefy muscle men exist. Or that wide-shouldered normal men (and women) exist. Or that women's clothing has arbitrary sizing where XXXXL can be a medium in mens. Actually, nevermind. I don't agree with you at all. Sozz
What is on his/her finger?
That fattest person in Japan is probably 82 lbs
@Tie Domi, you've never seen an otaku
@Tie Domi, sumo wrestlers
Fat af fam