What does the Japanese phrase ohaiyo watashi wa baka desu mean [Solved]

soph is right
trust him his source is mother tongue
i dunno what kind of a source that is but it sounds epic
u dont mess with mother tongue
but fool sounds so lame and old fashioned i go with idiot
its more hip with the kids these days trust me i am one o wait no wait i shoulda written that in my source bit ill do that
even though its nothing compared to mother tongue..

ohayou() not ohaiyo = good morning
watashi() = I
baka() = a fool

Source(s): i am a kid

no joke, thats what it means

Hello, my name is Idiot

Actually it means someone doesnt know much about Japanese.
ohaiyou means good morning. it is a form of the adjective that fits with the respectful ending gozaimasu. (ohayou gozaimasu.)
watashi wa baka desu means I am a fool.

it means
hello, i am an idiot

it means
hello, i am an idiot

HAHAHAH
!

soph is right
trust him his source is mother tongue
i dunno what kind of a source that is but it sounds epic
u dont mess with mother tongue
but fool sounds so lame and old fashioned i go with idiot
its more hip with the kids these days trust me i am one o wait no wait i shoulda written that in my source bit ill do that
even though its nothing compared to mother tongue..

Hello, my name is Idiot

no joke, thats what it means

it means
hello, i am an idiot

HAHAHAH
!

HAHAHAH
!

Anata = You wa = are baka = idiot, stupid You are stupid, You are an idiot, etc. He was patronizing you for acting like you speak Japanese.

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