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What does chin chin Taberu means?

Last Updated: 28th March, 2021

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[email protected] chin-chin taberu! Comment by: mai. chin-chin teberu means eat my dick (",)

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Similarly, you may ask, what is the meaning of Chin Chin?

Interjection. chin-chin! (informal, archaic) An expression of gratitude, salutation, or congratulations, especially when used as a toast.

Also, what is Taberu English? to eat group 2 verb.

Hereof, what does chin chin say?

The Dark Lord Chin-Chin only has one proper phrase: "Ore wa ochinchin ga daisuki nandayo". The Japanese translation of the phrase is literally: "penis is the what I love", or when translated directly to English: "I love penis." As with other Lycras, he also communicates in a series of retarded grunting sounds.

What is Taberu in Japanese?

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