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clarounette The first (taihen) is basically a universal way of saying ‘that’s difficult’ or ‘that sucks for you’ (a really polite ‘that sucks for you’) or ‘you’re having a tough time’. The second (shouganai) means ‘it can’t be helped’ or ‘nothing can be done’.
Both of which are often given without any sort of suggestions on how to make the situation less difficult/more manageable. And when you have a problem and ask for help, but only get those two responses, you basically know you’re
screwed on your own trying to fix said problem.
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