ギャル一番!ギャル最高!Tsuyameki (艶めき) is an uncommonly used word in Japanese that comes from the verb 艶めく-- which in relation to objects means to sparkle or be shiny and in relation to women means to be alluring or sexy. It's one of my favorite words in the language and I've used it to name nearly all my newer blogs and accounts the past couple years-- in response to which my husband said I couldn't have picked a more gyaru word-- And he's probably right.
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