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j Bear

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Hello,
I'm printing a shirt for a friend that is to say "grumpy bicycle" (he crashed and is ok)
as if the bicycle is moody/difficult/picky and I'm having a hard time deciding which is better/correct:

Kimuzukashi Jitensha
(two i's?) Kimuzukashii or Kimuzukashī with the line over the i ?
I was also told
Kigen Ga Warui Jitensha - but I dont know if he fully understood the emotion/feeling I want to convey

any help would be greatly appreciated

ps google translate gave me Sugoi jitensha which made me laugh
 

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"Kimuzukashii" (two "i"s) is the correct word. Another option is "Kimuzukashiya no jitensha". "Kimuzukashiya no" is more appropriate to express a characteristic.
 

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"Kimuzukashii" (two "i"s) is the correct word. Another option is "Kimuzukashiya no jitensha". "Kimuzukashiya no" is more appropriate to express a characteristic.
Great - thank you for your help!
 
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