Mendokusai vs. Mendokusei
Kishimoto always writes it as めんどくセー. There are other characters who use -ē instead of -ai in words; Naruto for example says じゃねー and not じゃない, sometimes -ねェー for -ない, etc. Shikamaru, however, seems to switch between -ē- and -ai-, using -じゃない but -ねー sometimes, and is less consistent; however, in all the times I've seen it written, めんどくセー is written as such, without kanji or as -さい instead of -セー, despite whatever would be seen as 'correct' in standard Japanese. 宿命 (talk) 01:17, August 2, 2010 (UTC)

Oh, I know that, and what you say sounds reasonable enough to put, as long as it's in katakana. but do you think that the proper spelling should be written in parenthesis? for example, "(properly written as 面倒くさい mendoukusai)" --Skipperdoo32 (talk) 01:26, August 2, 2010 (UTC)