Isn't a better English translation "Yes, mayonnaise for me please"?
That would explain the "i" usage here for me. Thanks!
Sorry Eliza~ I don’t understand how the i is explained.
Why is " i " used?
Yes but would ke meoneki be ok?
Why no ka? (I KA meoneki)
why does there have to be ke for 'olu'olu? wouldn't that be the please?
Even more interesting, why is it ke and not ka?
Ke 'olu'olu is actually the whole phrase for "please." It more or less translates to "nicely" or "pleasantly."