It's a good omen to bind KETCHUP with string - it means you can't spill your ketchup!
tie a knot. tie your shoelaces.
in the end, or "after all"
to marry (to be married to xxx-san = ｘｘｘさん に 結婚 してる）
ok / no thanks / very
this has 3 meanings, each used just as often as the others .
2) "No thank you" (just like American women, Japanese people use 'That's ok' to mean 'No.'!)
3) "Very much" : You often hear people saying, "Kekkou atsui ne!" ("It's very hot today, eh?")
You write a romance magazine about HEARTS,
but you cram stuff in your MOUTH.
You bind with STRING。