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moe moe kyun!

its very unlikely you will hear this from japanese otakus and even local otakus when they say "moe moe!" what is the meaning of moe? according to wikipedia; Moe is a Japanese slang word originally referring to a strong interest in a particular type or style of character in video games, anime or manga. For example, 眼鏡っ娘萌えmeganekko-moe, "glasses-girl moe", describes a person who is attracted to fictional characters with eyeglasses. "Moe!" is also used within anime fandom as an interjection referring to a character the speaker considers to be a moekko (a blossoming or "budding" girl). It is even used in some anime and manga, such as The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya, ,K-On!, There are various interpretations of what moe is today. Joseph L. Dela Pena argues that moe is a pure, protective feeling towards a female character, without the sexualization of lolicon. Jason Thompson of Otaku USA regards moe when applied to young female characters or people as being an offshoot of the lolicon phenomenon and the role of cuteness in Japanese culture.

moe moe NOHS schoolgirl!


according to an answer in yahoo answers; 'kyun' is a shortened version of 'kyunto'(an adverb/ an adjective), which is a slang word that can be understood by all Japanese.

First of all, it's extremely difficult to explain the word with letters, but let me give it a try.

I can say it's a feeling experienced at the moment when a girl (not a woman/ not a lady) with pure heart falls in love."

and from a japanese dictionary I have read; きゅん (adv,adv-to) (on-mim) momentary tightening of one's chest caused by powerful feelings

well I hope you guys found out of it; its better to understand your local otakus here in Bacolod :)

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