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View Poll Results: What does FLCL (furi kuri) stand for
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Old 06-11-2003, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default FLCL (Furi Kuri)

For those of you who have the privellage of watchig this strange show, what do you think FLCL means?
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there is no 'L' sound in the Japanese dialect. Furi Kuri
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It's written in katakana, meaning it's phonetic for a foreign language. There is no real meaning to it.

McDonalds in Japan is Makudonarudo (or Makudo for short)
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Ninkazu he's talking about the anime show.

I've seen little bits of the show on cartoonnetwork. Its really strange but intresting. Don't know what it means but I think it airs tonight telling what it means.

Do you know how many episodes there are?
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there is no 'L' sound in the Japanese dialect. Furi Kuri
Exactly. Which is why the show is named FuriKuri.
My name in japanese is Arebereto De Ruca, but it means certainly Alberto De Lucca.

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The mental state of a teenager confused about adulthood i say, i say.
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