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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Supeea Mi Mai Raifu!


The sophistication of Japanese humor is unsurpassed. That's what I love about this culture, man, dorky is cool. No pressure. Can it get any easier?!
I especially love the zoom in shot of the dancing girl's armpit. Also, notice how the robber's handkerchief-of-disguise cleverly conceals...his identifying upper lip. Crafty, these gaijin muggers.
It's hopelessly embedded in my brain. And I've got this itchy itch to stand up and do some chanting aerobics.
Spare me my life!
Spare me my life!
Crafty, these Japanese English-teachers.

9 comments:

Anonymous Sunny said...

That was FUNNY!! Emmanuel and I both thought so.

2/10/2007 11:48 PM  
Anonymous Dave said...

wow. Such dorkiness.

2/10/2007 11:48 PM  
Blogger zupa said...

schweet.. didn't get half of it of course but it was great

2/11/2007 4:20 PM  
Blogger Florence said...

The half that you can't get doesn't really matter. The English is the important part.
I saw this before somewhere long ago but I can't remember where. It was a good refresher. Dad and Mom really liked it.

2/11/2007 6:59 PM  
Anonymous Lee said...

WICKED.....@!@!...I laughed my head off!

2/11/2007 11:36 PM  
Anonymous babylove said...

I think there should be a warning that you shouldn't watch it more than once. It's sooo sooo catchy. I walked around half the day trying to restrain myself from saying "I uasu lobbedu by too menu"

2/12/2007 8:10 AM  
Anonymous nin said...

That was the part that stuck in my brain, too! I can't believe I actually watched it all the way thru', hahahaha!

Oohh, "Happy English Exercise" doesn't seem half as bad compared to this!

2/13/2007 1:33 AM  
Blogger Clay said...

that was so great..althout I'm not sure which is better..I think every one should check out this clip on this blog...I'm taken it on myself to share the joy http://www.e-bag.blogspot.com/ but really, this also had me going..good job Crooked..

2/19/2007 9:10 AM  
Anonymous Miss B said...

Hahaha, I love it! Just the laugh I needed at the end of a long day.

2/21/2007 11:59 AM  

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