Does it make sense to read 1043 as "Jū shi jū san" and if it does then does "Jū shi jū san" having a second meaning as "Jushi ju san" also fit? I don't speak Japanese at all but I saw someone point it out and wanted to find out if it was a joke but "Jushi ju" does mean "Resin Tree" and "Jū shi jū san" is the uh kanji I think for "Ten forty three" where as "One thousand forty three" I couldn't see any other meanings for as far as google translate could take me on all that.
Uh so would someone fluent in Japanese read 1043 as "Jū shi jū san" (even though yon seems to be preferred over shi)? and also does ten forty three make sense vs one thousand forty three, and if both of those make sense then does jumping from "Jū shi jū san" to "Jushi ju san" meaning "Resin tree-san" also make sense? Hopefully I get lucky and someone knowledgeable or fluent can enlighten me :D
Kaido why didn't you rip off Luffy head or spit his ass out in the open sea? Will Oda make kaido look stupid, or will it be Luffy just have a an op df, to mimic things and copy devil fruits
Joyboy has the sharrigan