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What does this say in Japanese?

R Dang

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Hey, bought swimming trunks and would like to know what this says before I might offend somebody. Thanks!
 

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Mike Cash

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Might want to ask somebody who speaks Chinese.....
 

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Wow, my bad. *walk away in embarrassment* *turns around* Thanks, Mike. *turn back around and walks away* :banghead:
 

Mike Cash

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No problem *watches wistfully as you walk away, wondering if we'll ever see you again* come back any time *furtively dabbing away tears lest I be seen crying*
 

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It appears to simply be the name of the clothing line that makes the trunks: "Crooks and Castles" (骗子和城堡). And, yes, it's Chinese, not Japanese.
 

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It is in Chinese, it means 骗子:swindler 和:and 城堡:castle
 
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