In certain places like Aichi prefecture, Gifu prefecture, and Hoku-riku chihou (the North Western part of Honshuu), it is used by guys of any age.
It has some level of politeness (though not as high as the 2 above this). 自分 (じぶん): This not only means “I” but “myself” and “you” as well. Often used by guys who are athletic or who like sports, especially Baseball players and Japanese sumo wrestlers. When used in literature, it is often used by women. 儂 (わし): In fiction literature, this is often used by older men. あたい: This is あたし taken one step further down, and is usually used by frivolous and a bit low class women.
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私 (わたし): One of the first words you probably ever learn.
Unless it was the olden days, and it was only used by women. 私 (わたくし): This is the higher level of politeness of わたし, with the same kanji.
Bill ordered a glass of beer, took a long swig and nearly thrown up from its disgusting taste.
This is an intriguing area of the Japanese language for most learners. Mary was looking in the mirror and suddenly saw the reflection of a scary masked guy standing behind her.She instinctively turned around and tried to resist him as he began tearing off her dress and panties, but he smashed her lip with a powerful blow and forced his crying victim to swallow his thick cock and then spread her legs to let him penetrate into her tight slit. If you say あたし you may be told to say it correctly (by people who like to correct other people’s grammar.) 8. Mostly used by guys and a broken down version of わし. わて: Was used mostly in Kyoto regardless of age/sex. あて: Was used mostly in Kyoto regardless of age/sex.