Japanese conjugation practice tool


With this program you can practice your Japanese conjugation skills!

Made by yours truly.


Spreadsheet of most Japanese verbs (785) and also adjectives and nouns

Here is a list of most Japanese verbs with kanji, romanization, hiragana reading, translation, transitivity and verb class (I classified all irregular verbs as class 3).


Here is a list of 578 adjectives:


And some nouns because why not?


Internet Retardation – Civil Engineer Can’t Believe People Use Bikes in Costa Rica

While searching for news related to the Costa Rican embassy in Japan, I naturally find a “news” post titled: “In Playa Del Coco, Costa Rica, riding a bike is a way of life” by Veronica Davis, who is supposedly a Civil Engineer and gives talks and shit.

She probably didn’t expect that an English speaking Costa Rican would come across her bullshit and make fun of her for being so out of touch with everything, but alas, here I am. Let’s jump right in. Continue reading

Thought Catalog Garbage – “How to Be a Woman” (Don’t Prosecute Rapists)

Yo what it do peeps, it’s yo boi Papa John here back at it again with another Let’s Play.

Today’s retarded article comes from some feminist scumbag who refers to herself as “Taylor Steele” the film director:

Pretentious, close-minded, female supremacist, paranoid… all you’d expect from a person who dares write something as stupid as: “How To Be a Woman”, let alone have it published by the pestilent Thought Catalog.
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Internet Retardation – The U.S. is Paying Youtube to Feature Politics as “Worldwide Trending Topics”

It seems like it was an eternity ago that the United States’ presidential run began, and I’m fucking sick of it. I don’t even know how it’s possible, me having nothing to do with the United States and all, but they’ve tried so hard to pass their internal debates and politics as world news that they just look needy and obnoxious. Continue reading

Internet Retardation – Netflix is Blocking VPNs

For some reason, the amount of movies available on Netflix varies from country to country. That means that a lot of people (specially outside of the United States) often have to resort to using VPNs (virtual private networks) to “say” that they’re from another country so they have access to all the movies on offer. Myself for example, being from Costa Rica: if I want to watch The Interview, The Mummy, or The Office, well fuck me; it’s “not available in my country”. Although this being the age of globalization, that bullshit makes zero fucking sense; no biggie. I can just download a VPN, set my country to the United States and knock myself out. Well not anymore. Continue reading