actualadjective

  • ja実在の、現実の
  • enreal, existing, and not imaginary or false

Examples

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1:46 / --:--
Mute
1.
What's happening with you?
2.
Oh, well, actually, we were just talking about me not going to Ross' wedding.
3.
Just might be too hard, given the history and all that.
4.
Wow, this reminds me of the time when I was living on the street
5.
and this guy offered to buy me food if I slept with him.
6.
How is this like that?
7.
Well, let's see, it's not really like that,
8.
because, you see, that was an actual problem.
9.
And yours is just like a bunch of high school crap that nobody really gives—
10.
Well, I'm sorry, I guess I just thought—
11.
Alright, here come the waterworks.
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3:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
Where's the actual head doctor guy?
2.
I wouldn't know. No one tells me anything.
3.
Well, I hope he can cure your serious case of being a bitch.
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1:33 / --:--
Mute
1.
As you know, the Negro, not unlike the Jew, can be a very tricky creature.
2.
Oh, that's fun.
3.
We have developed many tests to determine if an individual is, in fact, an actual Negro.
4.
It's very scientific.
5.
Like when we throw the beans up against the homosexuals to see if the beans explode.
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1:15 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'd like to purchase some of your finest beer, please.
2.
That tastes like actual vomit.