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  • thing is my favorite thing to get a McDonald's here.

    事情是我最喜歡在這裡吃麥當勞。

  • Warm and delicious pancakes.

    溫暖可口的煎餅。

  • Um, they're so cute, which you see the way.

    嗯,他們太可愛了,這一點你也看出來了。

  • Don't have these in Canada.

    在加拿大沒有這些。

  • I don't know if you have these anywhere else at McDonald's around the world, but they're tiny little pancakes.

    我不知道你在麥當勞的其他地方是否有這些東西,但它們是小小的薄餅。

  • There's 12347 of them on.

    有12347人上。

  • They come with this crazy squeezable sauce package.

    它們帶有這種瘋狂的可擠壓的醬料包裝。

  • And this is the coolest part.

    而這是最酷的部分。

  • The flavors always changed, So this time it is bingo and cream.

    味道總是變來變去,所以這次是賓果和奶油。

  • Watch this amazing Japanese technology or you ready guys E Yeah, man, thes days.

    看這個驚人的日本技術,或者你準備好傢伙 是啊,男人,這些天。

  • So good.

    這麼好。

  • E, come on s so good because he's a doughnut.

    E,來吧,因為他是一個甜甜圈這麼好。

  • You're awesome.

    你真厲害

  • So you guys can get these in the happy meal set or you can get them by themselves.

    所以你們可以在快樂大餐套餐裡買這些,也可以自己買。

  • And I think they only cost I got a dollar or something like 100 something in.

    我想他們只花了我一美元或類似100美元的東西。

  • It's such a good deal.

    這真是個好買賣。

  • Great snack.

    好吃的零食。

  • If you're just walking around shopping and you want us like a quick snap, a happy meal either comes with french fries or corn, which is kind of strange choices to eat with pancakes.

    如果你只是逛街,你想讓我們像快餐一樣,幸福的飯菜要麼是薯條,要麼是玉米,這是種奇怪的選擇,與煎餅一起吃。

  • So that's the only thing I don't really like about it on my favorite drink to get a McDonald's in Japan is the coup grape juice.

    所以這是我在日本吃麥當勞最喜歡的飲料上唯一不喜歡的地方,就是政變葡萄汁。

  • It's like a musket grape juice, so it's not like your regular kind of grape juice if you can see it.

    就像火槍葡萄汁,所以如果你能看到它,它就不像普通的那種葡萄汁。

  • It's a light greeny color, so it's more like were you fresh ing and regular grape juice?

    它的顏色是淡綠色的,所以它更像是你的鮮ing和普通葡萄汁嗎?

  • I guess you could say it's really good.

    我想你可以說它真的很好。

  • It's a more subtle flavor, and you can't forget the toy.

    味道比較含蓄,讓人過目不忘的玩具。

  • So Japan, you get to choose which happy meal toy that you get, which is kind of strange and kind of like not is fun because that was the best part about it, and kind of you don't know which one you're gonna get.

    所以日本,你可以選擇你得到的快樂餐玩具,這是一種奇怪的,有點像不是有趣的,因為這是最好的部分,那種你不知道你會得到哪一個。

  • It's a surprise, right?

    這是個驚喜吧?

  • I'm here.

    我在這裡。

  • They show it on a list and you say, like, Oh, I want number 11.

    他們把它列在清單上,然後你說,比如,我想要11號。

  • Um, but I chose this.

    嗯,但我選擇了這個。

  • Hello, Kitty That was holding something I couldn't tell because my eyes were so bad.

    你好,Kitty 那是拿著什麼東西,我看不出來,因為我的眼睛太差了。

  • So I guess I will still be a surprise.

    所以我想我還是會有驚喜的。

  • Yeah, it's a saxophone dude.

    是啊,這是一個薩克斯管的傢伙。

  • I used to play socks.

    我以前是玩襪子的。

  • That's perfect.

    這是完美的。

  • E blow it to the big noise.

    E吹它的大噪音。

  • E apologized.

    並表示歉意。

  • Invent everyone else's big dogs.

    發明別人的大狗。

  • Oh, that's so cool on you get to decorate it with stickers?

    哦,那太酷了,你可以用貼紙裝飾它?

  • Yes, because I'm not almost 30 and I used to like these things.

    是的,因為我還沒到30歲,我以前也喜歡這些東西。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Not so cute.

    不太可愛。

  • I'm so glad it was socks.

    我很高興是襪子。

  • Eso you guys try out the happy meal in Japan.

    Eso你們試試日本的快樂餐吧。

  • There's no age limit, Just all right.

    沒有年齡限制,就這樣吧。

  • I thought I would teach you guys how to order this in Japanese, just in case you wanted to know.

    我想教你們用日語怎麼點,以防你們想知道。

  • So the little pancakes, they're called poochie Pancake poochie Beans like small or tiny.

    所以小煎餅,就叫普濟煎餅普濟豆,像小的或小的。

  • Little and pancake is pancake.

    小和煎餅就是煎餅。

  • Obviously.

    很明顯

  • So Pooch pancake.

    蘇普奇煎餅。

  • So you can say putsch, pancake eat on Xmas.

    所以你可以在聖誕節的時候說普攻、吃煎餅。

  • That's if you just want to order the pancakes by themselves.

    那是如果你只想自己點煎餅的話。

  • Putsch pancake e on English.

    Putsch煎餅e上英語。

  • Hamas pushed pancake e on a guy shamas.

    哈馬斯把煎餅E推給了一個傢伙沙馬斯。

  • Or if you want to get the happy meal, that would be happy.

    或者如果你想吃到幸福的飯菜,那也是幸福的。

  • Seto in Japanese.

    瀨戶在日本。

  • So you could say putsch pancake.

    所以,你可以說普特克餅。

  • You know, happy Seto on a guy.

    你知道,幸福的瀨戶在一個男人身上。

  • Shamas, put your pancake.

    沙馬斯,把你的煎餅放進去

  • You know, happy set on English.

    你知道的,快樂集在英語上。

  • Hamas.

    哈馬斯:

  • So yeah, Go for it.

    所以是的,去吧。

  • Good luck.

    好運。

  • Don't be scared to, like, mess up your pronunciation or anything.

    不要害怕,比如,搞亂你的發音什麼的。

  • Mine isn't perfect.

    我的並不完美。

  • I don't care.

    我不在乎。

  • That's how you learn.

    這就是你學習的方式。

  • You get better as you go.

    你會越走越好。

  • So good luck.

    所以,祝你好運。

  • And thanks for watching guys.

    也謝謝大家的觀看。

  • Bye.

    掰掰

thing is my favorite thing to get a McDonald's here.

事情是我最喜歡在這裡吃麥當勞。

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