"I stuck on a stamp."
Not being a native english speaker, it took me about 30 seconds to even understand the english sentence...
I'm a native English speaker and yet I still don't understand the English sentence (if indeed it's actually written in English).
Me too. Sounds like you're stuck on a big stamp, where you can't escape from
I am not a native eng speaker either but I still don't get the meaning. Maybe it's like gluing a stamp on an envelope?
Most stamps in America today are like stickers, and you can just peel it off the paper and put it directly on a letter.
Well.... If I understood the Japanese right, it means to have placed a stamp somewhere. The verb "stuck on" being the past of "stick (onto somewhere)"
I would normally say "I stuck a stamp on the envelope," to be clear. Stuck is the past tense of to stick.
um.......what? I have no idea what this means. I'm a native English speaker....this sentence is hilarious nonsense what does it even mean?
Where is the ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ kanji? Reading Japanese without kanji is such a pain in the ass!
I don't understand why some people are confused by this sentence, it really doesn't seem that unusual to me