I bet a lot of people don’t realize they are using a Japanese word when they say “skosh.” English is just a fascinating language! The language just borrows words from so many countries. 🙂
In regards to everyday conversations, I often find myself saying, in no particular order of frequency:
“Melodies of Life” from my favorite Final Fantasy title, “Final Fantasy IX.”
Sometimes, a cat nap is all you need to feel a lot better.
Everyone has as at least one particular “hobby” that can be a bit peculiar/different. For me, a random thing I really like to do is find the English versions of anime openings and endings, whether they are professional or fandub caliber. I find it interesting to see if someone can translate a Japanese-based song into an English equivalent. Sometimes, getting a good translation is quite challenging/impossible based on a given song’s syllables and rhythm, but some people pull it off…
“Addicted to Love” by W-inds.
If there is one thing I have learned from watching Japanese anime, TV shows or movies, it is that the Japanese culture really LOVES roll calls and transformation sequences (actually, I think Asian cultures in general love roll calls). There is something about taking turns and calling out your name while doing some kind of sequence plus pose that makes my inner five-year-old go nuts. Of course, it is apparently disrespectful to disturb a roll call sequence in progress, but…