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  • You know, one of the benefits of being a YouTuber person is

    你知道,作為一個YouTuber人的好處之一是

  • whenever you're having a bad day or you need a bit of a confidence booster,

    每當你有一個糟糕的一天,或者你需要一個有點信心的推動力。

  • all you need to do is look through some comments from your viewers.

    你需要做的就是通過一些觀眾的評論。

  • and it will really put a smile back on your face.

    它真的會讓你的臉上重新露出笑容。

  • I feel a real strong bond with so many of my viewers

    我覺得我和我的很多觀眾都有很強的聯繫。

  • through the wonderful and appreciative comments that I regularly receive

    通過我經常收到的精彩和讚賞的評論

  • It's a bond that feels almost spiritual in so many ways.

    這是一種紐帶,感覺在很多方面幾乎是精神上的。

  • So every morning, just after I've had my coffee,

    所以每天早上,在我喝完咖啡後,我都會。

  • I love to pop open the comment section and just have a read through

    我喜歡打開評論區,然後讀一讀。

  • and feel that personal bond, feel that sort of spiritual connection.

    並感受到那種個人的紐帶,感受到那種精神上的聯繫。

  • Haha, you fat!

    哈哈,你這個胖子!

  • Haha, funny guy.

    哈哈,有趣的傢伙。

  • No, I'm not.

    不,我沒有。

  • A few years in Japan made you so fat.

    在日本的幾年時間,讓你變得這麼胖。

  • Ooohh...did it?

    哦......做到了嗎?

  • Abroad in Japan christ you gain weight you fat bastard.

    在日本的國外,天哪,你會變胖,你這個胖子。

  • Chris you are gaining weight again. Control yourself.

    克里斯,你又胖了。控制你自己。

  • I can't control it.

    我無法控制它。

  • Is it just me or has Chrish gained a lot of weights? lol

    是我的錯覺還是Chrish胖了很多?

  • I have the Chris Broad body. Not smiley face.

    我有Chris Broad的身體。不是笑臉。

  • What happened to gym bro? You stopped going?

    健身房兄弟怎麼了?你不去了?

  • Fat

    脂肪

  • Oh my god I genuinely hate everyone and everything that's existed ever

    哦,我的上帝,我真的很討厭每一個人和每一件事的存在曾經

  • Stupid people! No actually it's quite expensive...

    愚蠢的人!不,其實挺貴的... ...

  • Yeah, take that! Take that, pen!!

    是啊,拿著這個!拿著,筆!

  • Right, now I'm not denying I might have put on a little bit of weight recently

    對了,現在我不否認我最近可能胖了一點。

  • but you and I both know that I can lose weight, I could lose weight just as easily as I'd turn the light switch on and off

    但你我都知道,我可以減肥,我可以減肥,就像我打開和關閉電燈開關一樣容易。

  • Why won't the fucking light come on

    為什麼他媽的燈不亮?

  • Anyway it's not my fault that I've put on weight, it's Japan's fault.

    反正我胖了不是我的錯,是日本的錯。

  • Until last month I was living in a tiny typical Japanese apartment

    在上個月之前,我一直住在一個小小的典型的日本公寓裡。

  • with a kitchen so small the fucking Smurfs would have had a hard time cooking in it.

    廚房太小了 藍精靈們很難在裡面做飯。

  • Short!

    短!

  • So I had to eat out everyday, I had no choice!

    所以我只好天天在外面吃,沒辦法!

  • And every time I tried to do exercise, fate stands in the way

    每次我想做運動的時候,命運都會阻擋我的腳步

  • I could climb up that staircase

    我可以爬上那個樓梯

  • Or I could take the patronizing small escalator!

    或者我也可以坐光顧的小扶梯!

  • Yeaaaah!!

    Yeaaaah!

  • It's so difficult to burn calories in Japan!

    在日本消耗卡路里太難了!

  • Even day to day tasks like lifting the toilet seat are taken care of

    即使是日常的工作,如抬起馬桶座,也會被照顧到。

  • I could lift the toilet seat up but it is quite difficult!

    我可以把馬桶蓋抬起來,但相當困難!

  • I know!

    我知道!

  • I'll press this button!

    我要按這個按鈕!

  • Yeaaaahhh!!

    Yeaaaahhh!

  • How? How do Japanese people stay so slim? When they live in a world of automated toilet seats and patronizingly small escalators

    怎麼做到的?日本人怎麼能保持這麼苗條?當他們生活在一個自動馬桶和小扶梯的世界裡時

  • Still, I do take putting on weight quite seriously these days especially after my last frustrated experience of putting on weight in Japan two years ago

    不過,我現在對減肥還是很重視的,尤其是兩年前在日本減肥受挫的經歷之後。

  • When my waist line quickly came to define every interaction I had with the people around me

    當我的腰線迅速定義了我與周圍人的每一次交流時

  • Everyday for about a year

    一年來每天都有

  • A frustrating experience I wish to talk about

    我想說說我的一次挫折經歷。

  • in this video.

    在這個視頻中。

  • But now, more than ever, I feel the pressure from society to not be fat

    但現在,我比以往任何時候都更感到來自社會的壓力,我不胖

  • Especially as a YouTuber where the only thing that seems to matter is the number of people who click the subscribe button

    尤其是作為一個YouTuber,唯一重要的事情似乎是點擊訂閱按鈕的人數。

  • as opposed to having videos that are actually good.

    相對於有視頻,其實好。

  • You know I thought I'd be happy by now, having more subscribers than "Simply Red"

    你知道我以為我現在已經很高興了,擁有比 "簡單紅 "更多的訂閱者。

  • But it's still not enough

    但還是不夠

  • And how am I gonna get more subscribers if I'm overweight and have a poor quality face?

    而我如果體重超標,顏值不高,怎麼能獲得更多的用戶?

  • One idea I had was putting a cat in the videos

    我的一個想法是把一隻貓的視頻。

  • You love cats I love cats everybody loves cats, right?

    你愛貓我愛貓大家都愛貓,對吧?

  • If I'd got a cat I wouldn't even need to get slim people would just enjoy watching these videos

    如果我養了一隻貓,我甚至不需要瘦身 人們就會喜歡看這些視頻了

  • seeing the cat kinda run around in the background

    看到貓咪在背景中跑來跑去

  • A cat would probably double the subscriber rate almost overnight

    一隻貓可能會在一夜之間讓用戶率翻倍。

  • But unfortunately like most apartments in Japan I'm not really allowed a cat

    但不幸的是,和日本的大多數公寓一樣,我也不能養貓。

  • So a friend recently bought me this out of pity

    所以最近有朋友出於同情給我買了這個東西

  • Say hello to Mister Snuggles

    跟依偎先生打招呼

  • He may not move as much as a real live cat but once you put this stylish hat on him

    他可能不像真正的活貓那樣會動,但只要你給他戴上這頂時尚的帽子,他就會動了。

  • that I found at the 100 yen shop yesterday

    昨天在百元店發現的

  • Look at that!

    你看那!

  • He practically oozes charisma

    他的魅力簡直是無窮無盡

  • And if that doesn't boost the subscriber rate

    如果這還不能提高訂閱率的話。

  • Nothing will!

    什麼都不會!

  • Another thing I could do is just lie

    我可以做的另一件事就是說謊

  • and pretend that I'm some kind of healthy aspirational lifestyle vlogger

    並假裝我是某種健康的渴望生活方式的博客。

  • Everywhere I look on YouTube now most popular vloggers seem to be the ones who are

    我在YouTube上看到的每一個地方,現在最受歡迎的vlogger似乎是那些誰是。

  • showcasing some kind of perfect lifestyle

    展現某種完美的生活方式

  • Bragging about all the brilliant organic things they consume

    吹噓他們所消費的所有優秀的有機物。

  • and all the bananas and yoghurt they free fully enjoy

    和所有的香蕉和酸奶,他們免費充分享受。

  • Whilst the rest of us just sit there watching along, stuffing our faces with fried diabetes

    而我們其餘的人只是坐在那裡看著,用油炸糖尿病來填滿我們的臉。

  • So guys, I like to start my day with a coconut mango milk life shake! It's so full of vitamines and minerals

    所以,夥計們,我喜歡開始我的一天與椰子芒果奶生活奶昔!它是如此充滿維生素和礦物質。

  • Zinc, Copper, Cyanide...everything is in this!

    鋅、銅、氰化物......一切都在這裡面!

  • Aaah it's so....oh fuck me...so delicious!!!

    啊啊,真是......哦,我操......太好吃了!!!。

  • I read online it makes your skin 3 times less flammable so you should definitely get some from my online store

    我在網上看到,它使你的皮膚3倍減少易燃性,所以你一定要從我的網上商店買一些。

  • in the description box below

    在下面的描述框中

  • Yeaaah, something tells me I'm not gonna be able to pull that off!

    是啊,我有種預感,我不可能成功的!

  • Now in the UK or most western cultures these days

    現在在英國或大多數西方文化中,這些天來

  • if you've put on weight it's regarded as being worryingly normal

    胖了是正常的,胖了是杞人憂天

  • which is hardly surprising given that 60% of the British population is now classed as either overweight or obese

    這一點也不奇怪,因為60%的英國人口現在被列為超重或肥胖。

  • Compared to Japan where that number is just 4%

    與日本相比,這個數字只有4%。

  • And if you noticeably put on weight in the UK or most countries

    如果你在英國或大多數國家明顯發胖了

  • to point it out to the weight gain would be considered to be a little bit rude or impolite

    指出體重的增加會被認為是有點粗魯或不禮貌的

  • Unless you're maybe a close friend or relative

    除非你是我的親朋好友或親戚

  • Because perhaps there's an underlying problem maybe you're stressed, depressed, or have anxiety issues that need to be addressed

    因為也許有潛在的問題也許你有壓力,有抑鬱,或者有焦慮的問題需要解決

  • sometimes on a professional level.

    有時在專業層面。

  • And then there's JAPAN!!

    還有日本!

  • Where everyone around you including acquaintances whose names you don't even remember

    你身邊的人,包括那些你根本不記得名字的熟人的地方

  • will prod you day and night in the stomach.

    會日夜鞭策你的胃。

  • And make remarks about how fat you are.

    還說自己有多胖。

  • Everyday for the duration of time that you are overweight.

    在你超重的時間裡,每天都在。

  • Back when I was woking as an English teacher about two years ago I started putting on some weight

    兩年前我當英語老師的時候,我就開始發胖了。

  • due to a poor diet and I was going through a bit of a tough time

    由於飲食不當,我正經歷著一段艱難的時期。

  • And all of the sudden my interactions with the people around me...my students, my colleagues, my friends

    突然間,我和周圍的人......我的學生,我的同事,我的朋友的互動。

  • even people I didn't really know

    甚至是素不相識的人

  • All these interactions started to change quite quickly

    所有這些互動都開始迅速改變

  • I found these interactions went through 3 stages: the first stage was the look, what I call "the look"

    我發現這些互動經歷了3個階段:第一個階段是看,我稱之為 "看"

  • Its not like "the look of love" its more like "the glance of despair"

    它不像 "愛的眼神 "更像 "絕望的眼神"

  • You'll notice that when you meet people they won't look at you in the face, they'll be looking at your stomach

    你會發現,當你遇到別人時,他們不會看你的臉,他們會看你的肚子。

  • As if to say "oh my god what the hell is that?"

    彷彿在說 "哦,我的上帝,那是什麼鬼東西?"

  • I can't tell if it's a subconscious thing or it's a deliberate thing but I found it tends to happen

    我不知道這是潛意識的事情還是刻意為之,但我發現它往往會發生在這裡

  • without the person even mentioning your weight or anything so it's very subtle

    甚至沒有人提到你的體重或任何東西,所以它是非常微妙的。

  • The second stage is the comment! The indirect comments

    第二階段是評論!間接評論

  • Because Japan is a polite indirect culture, people don't really say "you're fat!" they'll kind of make amusing subtle observations about it

    因為日本是一種禮貌的間接文化,人們不會真的說 "你真胖!"他們會有點有趣的微妙的觀察。

  • Three of my favorite comments were:

    我最喜歡的三條評論是:

  • "It seems you like food recently!"

    "看來你最近喜歡吃東西啊!"

  • And "don't you enjoy doing some exercise?"

    還有 "你不喜歡做運動嗎?"

  • And then of course my personal favorite:

    當然還有我個人的最愛。

  • "You became a big face!"

    "你成了大花臉!"

  • And then finally there's the third stage

    最後是第三階段

  • which is arguably the most frustrating of all which is the prodding!

    這可以說是最令人沮喪的,也就是催促!

  • It'll usually happen after you've talked about your weight with that person at least once.

    這通常會發生在你和那個人至少談過一次你的體重之後。

  • The next time you'll see them, they'll start prodding you in the stomach

    下次你再見到他們,他們就會開始戳你的肚子了

  • Like you're a big walking fucking marshmallow

    就像你是個會走路的大棉花糖一樣

  • And at the height of my fatness it happened from everyone: students, colleagues, friends, people I met on the street once or twice

    而在我最胖的時候,它發生在每個人身上:學生、同事、朋友、街上遇到的一兩次的人

  • the guy at the fish market

    魚販子

  • the woman putting the things through the counter at the supermarket

    擺攤女郎

  • If you don't enjoy being prodded in the stomach, you're absolutely screwed!

    如果你不喜歡被人戳肚子,那你絕對完蛋了!

  • And yet despite all of this, I've never gotten offended or I never found it rude because I know in Japan

    但是儘管如此,我從來沒有被冒犯過,或者說我從來沒有覺得這很粗魯,因為我知道在日本

  • health issues are taken very seriously

    健康問題非常重視

  • And this kind of collective action was to try and get me to realize I was being unhealthy

    而這種集體行動就是想讓我意識到自己是不健康的。

  • and Japan actually has a fat tax called the metabo law

    而日本其實有一個肥肉稅,叫元寶法。

  • where people aged between 40 and 74 have to have their waist line measured every year

    40歲至74歲的人每年都要測量腰圍。

  • and if they're considered to be over the limit the company or the local government can get fined

    如果他們被認為是超標,公司或當地政府會被罰款。

  • So it is taken very seriously

    所以非常重視

  • Then again it's not all bad, if you do put on weight you'll be eligible to join "Chubbiness"

    不過話說回來也不全是壞事,如果你真的胖了,你就有資格加入 "胖子 "的行列。

  • which is an actual pop group consisting of slightly overweight women

    是一個真正的由略微超重的女性組成的流行音樂團體。

  • Now I did eventually lose the weight that I've put on 2 years ago

    現在我最終還是減掉了兩年前的體重

  • but not because I was being prodded or had 2000 people hinting that I was fat

    但不是因為我被催促或有2000人暗示我是胖子。

  • I lost weight for the right reasons

    我減肥的原因是正確的

  • Like a 10.000 yen bet I made with a friend to lose 10kg in 10 weeks

    就像我和朋友打賭,要在10周內減掉10公斤,賭注是1萬日元。

  • A bet which I lost but nonetheless lost 8kg in the process

    一場賭局,我輸了,但還是輸了8公斤。

  • and learned how to live a healthy lifestyle which I haven't forgot

    並學會了如何過一種健康的生活方式,這一點我沒有忘記

  • But strangely all the prodding and comments actually made me want to stay overweight out of principle

    但奇怪的是,所有的鞭策和評論居然讓我出於原則性地想保持超重的狀態。

  • to show that I really didn't care what other people thought

    以示我真的不在乎別人的看法。

  • After all, losing weight shouldn't come from social pressure it should come from within

    畢竟,減肥不應該來自社會壓力應該來自內心

  • Or in the form of a 10.000 yen bet

    或者是一萬日元的賭注。

  • So I'm gonna do it, I'm gonna get fit, not because of people prodding me in the street

    所以我要去做,我要去健身,而不是因為人們在街上催促我。

  • nor because of viewers on YouTube whingeing that I'm fat

    也不是因為觀眾在YouTube上抱怨我胖了

  • I'm gonna do it

    我要去做

  • for me!

    為我

  • Because from what I can gather when you're in your twenties or your early 30s

    因為據我所知,當你二十多歲或者三十出頭的時候

  • That's supposed to be the fun bit

    這應該是最有趣的部分

  • you know before you have children and mortgages and death

    你知道在你有孩子,抵押貸款和死亡之前

  • I wanna have fun, I wanna climb mountains, I wanna dive beneath the sea

    我想玩得開心,我想爬山,我想潛入海底。

  • I wanna cycle around the world

    我想騎車環遊世界

  • I want twice the amount of subscribers as Simply Red

    我想要比Simply Red多一倍的用戶量。

  • Then, then it will be enough!

    那麼,那就夠了!

  • "Chris you're gaining weight again! Control yourself!"

    "克里斯你又長胖了!控制自己!"

You know, one of the benefits of being a YouTuber person is

你知道,作為一個YouTuber人的好處之一是

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在日本不要發胖 (DON'T GET FAT IN JAPAN)

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    Summer 發佈於 2020 年 09 月 17 日
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