Literally this means to wear a cat on the head. The idiom means to pretend to be nice when you really aren't while hiding one's intentions or true personality in order to be liked by others intentionally or unintentionally.The Japanese is pronounced "atashi, neko nante kabutte nai yo" and means: I'm not "wearing a cat" or anything.
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