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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by SthrnCmfrtr, Feb 5, 2008.
Is this really the best way to learn English?
Is it for real?
what. the. f***
Behold, the Japanese take on the Macarena. Or maybe it could be an advert for Pepto Bismol.
If this is an english lesson why do they have the german word 'fraulein' on their clothes ?
Well I suppose they'd better hope it is that problem they have cos they're going to be saying it is anyway.
What a weird video.
Those ladies are very pretty. I'm sorry to hear they aren't feeling well.
God. Only in Japan.
It reminds me a little of the one website, Engrish.com
How many of these should I take?
That was a great workout.
I would pay money to submit a custom phrase and have the video sent back to me from this company. It would make a great gift for a friend, loved one, or mortal enemy.
LOL, I think we all should make a movie like that too ...
Really why dont they make it I broke my arm because who needs a ambulance when you have diarrhea?
oh man, i couldn't finish watching it
Same here, skipped some parts too...
How did you find a video like that?
My favorite one is where the ladies start out by ordering a taxi...they ask to be let out at the next corner...and then suddenly, out of left field "Take anything you want!" and then "Spare me my life!" and then "I was just robbed by two men!" (I wonder what happens if a Japanese person is only robbed by one person? Out of luck?) and ending with the ever appropriate: "Let's go Dutch!"
^^^ "Spare me my life" is even more useful than "Hello" and "How are you?".
When the Japanese travel to America, a typical Japanese tourist feels that the most useful phrases to learn are about diarrhea, feeling dizzy, and being robbed.
I got to wondering... perhaps the japanese translation is incorrect. On purpose.
"I have a bad case of diarrhea" might be what they're told to say for "I'd like a quarter pounder value meal."
So the real joke is on them.