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Numerology information Risu:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Risu:
The Japanese word for a vicious little rodent who will eventually rule the world after a vicious land war that will take out half of humanity. The remaining people will become their slaves to tend their massive pecan plantations. See also, squirrel
If you don't hurry and pick those pecans, the risu in charge will gnaw your nose off.
Pretty fucking sweet.
"Hay sup Bob did you see that fucking sweet kid just a second ago?" "Shit yeah, negro, that was Risu."
Songs about Risu:
Risu (Original Mix) by Ant Brooks from the Album Sonika Heroes
Risus by Pablo Pirnay-Dummer from the Album Portae Et Ancora
Risus by to mexico with love from the Album To Mexico with Love
Risus Ex Mortuus by Rigor Sardonicous from the Album Principia Sardonica
Risus Sardonius by Urgehal from the Album Goatcraft Torment
Books about Risu:
Risus Sardonicus by Warren Martin Hern (May 1, 2009)
Risus Mediaevalis: Laughter in Medieval Literature and Art (Mediaevalia Lovaniensia) by Herman Braet, Guido Latré and Werner Verbeke (Jan 1, 2003)
Risu no riron to jitsumu (Japanese Edition) by Yasumasa Matsuda
Risu shoroppo (Japanese Edition) by Japan
Risu taishaku keiyakuron (Shiho kenkyu chosakushu) (Japanese Edition) by Susumu Ito (0010)
Risu Ga Tsukuru Tebukuro De Nuigurumi
Risus Mortis. Strange Angels. Zur Lektüre 'Vom armen B.B.'. Eine Studie zu Brecht und Benjamin. (=Mannheimer Studien... by Volker Kaiser (2001)
Wiki information Risu:
Risu is a village in Kalat-e Hay-ye Sharqi Rural District, in the Central District of Meyami County, Semnan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its existence was noted, but its population was not reported.
Risu Akizuki is the pen name of a Japanese four-panel manga artist. She made professional manga debut with Okusama Shinkaron in 1988. Her most famous work is OL Shinkaron. She won the 8th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in 2004.