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21 June

  • Japanese
  • English (US)
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What does Japanese-y mean? Also, what does this conversation mean?
- All this... a full day before the nuke ever leaves the launchpad. Easy peasy Japanese-y.
- Sorry, sir. We are not allowed to say that anymore. It's "lemon squeezy" now.
- Yeah, but I'm...
- I think it's fine if he's Japanese-y.
- As you wish. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
- Take a look.
- Oh, okay. Good job, good job.
https://youtu.be/vAjEHyVaufg

I know the phrase "easy peasy lemon squeezy," but I don't understand the meaning of this conversation.
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