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hoshiguma yuugi, ibuki suika, and shameimaru aya (touhou) drawn by fuukadia (narcolepsy)
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    Zelinkokitsune

    Why do I see Yuugi for some reason having her face going through a Brock Samson-esque rage face now?

    user 169118

    Zelinkokitsune said:
    Why do I see Yuugi for some reason having her face going through a Brock Samson-esque rage face now?

    So I wasn't the only one who imagined this.

    DarkSpar

    "Hella"? Try as I might I can't imagine Suika as a Californian... But I'm not the one translating.

    Moonspeaker

    DarkSpar said:
    "Hella"? Try as I might I can't imagine Suika as a Californian... But I'm not the one translating.

    Is that strictly Californian? I first heard it on South Park years back. I was basically looking for a slangy way of saying "extremely" without clashing with Suika's perpetually buzzed slur.

    ithekro

    If it was used heavily in California 20 or 30 years ago, and got used in a lot of Hollywood films or shows, it can be pretty much anyplace in America. At least in the cities.

    DarkSpar

    I've never heard it anywhere outside of California except from people who are from California (and only from people under 30, suggesting that it's only 10-15 years old). It's a regional term. Like "wicked" is for the New England. As you hit New York you start hearing "wicked" as an adjective. Once you reach Mass. the term is everywhere. I can't see Suika being a New Englander either, though. I think a more general term would be "crazy" or "super". And I think Suika would gravitate towards "crazy".

    they call me bob

    I have lived in California for 20 years and I have never heard anyone say "hella" here. Well, at least not un-ironically.