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23:23 Sep 25, 2000
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Japanese term or phrase:Boku wa otaku no shirime desu ka
Explanation: I'd like to help, but I need to see the original. What is written now makes no sense - lit. "Am I the disregard for your house?" Like I said, it makes no sense, but I can't tell without the kanji. Boku is me/I, in kind of a slang form, while wa tells you it's the subject. Otaku is a polite way to say "your home." No means of or belonging to. Shirime is disregard or a comtemptuous glance. Desu means is/am and ka tells you it's a question.
PS Instead of desu ka, if it was shiteimasu ka (to do), it might mean "Am I disregarding [looking down upon] your home?"