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Uncle Frank

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Welcome Onii-chan ! Please use English if possible unless you are in the sections for Japanese. Most of our members here use English and many members can not read or write Japanese. Thanks !!
 

mdchachi

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Welcome Onii-chan ! Please use English if possible unless you are in the sections for Japanese. Most of our members here use English and many members can not read or write Japanese. Thanks !!
This is a Japanese section. ;)
That being said, the comment doesn't make much sense as a first post. We'll have to wait and see if they are a legitimate member or not.
 
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Maybe the poster was looking for a translation. In that case, it is: "Please stop!" with extra energy on the "please" part.
 

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This is nitpicky (and indeed, probably not relevant at all since the OP just appears to be a silly "drive-by" post rather than a legitimate inquiry), but drawing out the だ sound in くだーさい would not be a natural way in Japanese to put extra emphasis or energy on ください ("please") . That would more likely involve drawing out the さ (やめてくださ~い).

くだーさい, if anything, comes off as trying to affect a foreign accent, dialect, or what-have-you.

Again, not that this probably matters to the OP (or anyone else?), but hey, this is the "Learning Japanese" forum... :p
 
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