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    Origin of N'cha

    I've seen a few members like Nintendocam and Prez post them on the forums, mostly as a greeting in the intro forum.

    I was just wondering:

    1) Is it just a way to say hi or is there a deeper meaning behind it?

    2) Where does the saying come from?

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    There is no "deeper meaning", It comes from a manga called Dr. Slump where the main charater says N'cha when she see someone. When Cam see's this he will tell you more about it.

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    Yaaargh! N'cha is the greeting in Dr. Slump that everyone uses, Bye'cha is the goodbye. So N'CHA! to you!

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