History Headscratchers / Ecchi

27th Dec '13 11:26:08 PM Rahkshi500
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* Is there ecchi with fanservice focused primarily on men?

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* Is there ecchi with fanservice focused primarily on men?men?
** Yes, there is. Usually in yaoi-genre stories, but the anime series Free! is the latest series of male-fanservice for female audience.
13th Apr '12 7:17:37 PM Tidal_Wave_17
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* You're actually watching "H." Perhaps more accurately a mispronunciation of the name of the letter H.

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* You're actually watching "H." Perhaps more accurately a mispronunciation of the name of the letter H.H.
* Is there ecchi with fanservice focused primarily on men?
5th Aug '11 6:26:13 PM jcdietz03
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** Japanese use it as a shortcut for Ecchi. When they pronounce "H" with the accent, it sounds like "Ecchi".

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** Japanese use it as a shortcut for Ecchi. When they pronounce "H" with the accent, it sounds like "Ecchi"."Ecchi".
* You're actually watching "H." Perhaps more accurately a mispronunciation of the name of the letter H.
2nd May '11 8:39:41 AM lololBladeh
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** It almost certainly does come from "hentai", and the EDICT dictionary even says as much. The two terms still aren't synonymous, though. I've revised the article to reflect this.

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** It almost certainly does come from "hentai", and the EDICT dictionary even says as much. The two terms still aren't synonymous, though. I've revised the article to reflect this.this.
** Japanese use it as a shortcut for Ecchi. When they pronounce "H" with the accent, it sounds like "Ecchi".
18th Feb '11 9:50:59 AM FurryKef
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** My guess is that it does come from the English transliteration of "Hentai", which only means "perverted", using the first letter as a stand-in. But I really don't know...

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** My guess is that it does come from the English transliteration of "Hentai", which only means "perverted", using the first letter as a stand-in. But I really don't know...know...
** It almost certainly does come from "hentai", and the EDICT dictionary even says as much. The two terms still aren't synonymous, though. I've revised the article to reflect this.
21st Jan '11 11:01:04 PM VanHellsing
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So... if the "H" isn't short for {{Hentai}}, what ''does'' it mean?

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* So... if the "H" isn't short for {{Hentai}}, what ''does'' it mean?mean?
** My guess is that it does come from the English transliteration of "Hentai", which only means "perverted", using the first letter as a stand-in. But I really don't know...
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