When you leave home, you say "Ite Kimasu"
People who hear that usually say "Itte Rassyai" いてらっしゃい
It is used a lot. Try not to be called this way.
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KYR stands for Kuuki YomeRu ... Someone who can really understand what is going on.
When you talk about god, you say 神様 "Kami Sama" to show your respect. But when it used as an adjective ... "Kami" means "Great". If someone did something great, you say 神業 "Kami Waza". If you respond really well, you say 神対応 "Kami Taiou".
I think the word Maji came from the word Majime (Serious) and got shortened.
Maji means "Really?" or "Are you kidding?"
You can answer by saying "Maji" too.
So the conversation can go like this.
But there is a second meaning for Yabai.
You can use やばい to express
- Super Good
- Extremely Well