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Ok.
I like where this is going.
Is this appropriate?
They just couldn't find a hotel room...
I've already made this video.
That's not how you do it, sir.
What? Is it nema- it's sushi! Nigiri sushi!
Oh, sushi!
Ok, I did not expect that.
I don't wanna sound racist, but how very Asian.
We're in that weird part of the internet again, aren't we?
What is this an ad for?! Horror?!
This is really scary. Wow.
Wha the f*ck?!
This is a waking nightmare.
I didn't wanna sleep tonight, anyway.
Trying to find a way to get your childrem to eat?
Scare the sh*t out of them!
No! Has nothing to do with the food!
What?! What'd I just watch?
Arrgh! The fat one falls.
Oh, it's sour candy.
Wow. That one actually made a lot more sense than the others.
It's a great message for kids.
If a strange man in a turtle costume is chasing you: he has candy.
Turn around, befriend him.
Yes.
Children of the Corn 2.
He's gonna trip. Yes!
This reminds me of like, Battle Royale for some reason.
Thumbs up, there ya go.
I wanna buy it now.
I kinda wanna, too.
It just won't stop.
Awwwww, look at that. That's not terrifying.
What the hell?!
This is good sh*t right here. Wow.
Oh wow. [mimics ad] Taberu! - that means 'eat it'
We need more commercials like this in the states.
I've seen this one.
Oh, I love this one!
Oh, God.
Is that a real dog? Is that a real boy? What is reality?
Stop it, Japan!
This is so messed up. I've seen a gif of that!
That gif comes from this video!!
What...the...
That is utterly terrifying.
That's amazing.
Don't trust that dog.
Jump shot! That's the only way to ever end a video.
You sit here and you show me all these sh*t videos
and then one time, finally, you bring me some gold.
Something I've never seen before that I really enjoy.
Thanks a lot, guys.
[Finebros ] - So, what country were those commercials from? -
Japan.
Japan.
I'm gonna say Japan.
Those were all Japanese.
We're Chinese, by the way. There's a difference.
I think that was Canada.
Definitely Canada. Canadian commercials are ca-razy.
You never know what you're gonna get.
[Finebros] So, let's talk about the sushi commercial. Thoughts about it?
Hi-alarious.
Erotic. Yup. Super sexy.
What I call foreplay.
The girl poured the white stuff on her face and I was just
like, 'where is this going?!'
Whenever I douse myself in paint, I drape myself over a woman.
Why do these advertisers think that that's gonna make
me want to eat sushi?
Not hungry, I may be horny, now.
I'm pretty sure Harley's gonna really enjoy that one.
That was great. That was a good commercial.
[Finebros] And what about the gummy sours commercials?
Oh, is that what is was? I never got what it was.
I wanna try some.
It's so Japan, it's like pedo-bear, but for candies, and it's turtles.
People in America would, like, parents would get pissed off
saying: 'this is inappropriate, showing an adult chasing children.'
A turtle man chasing children that didn't seem to mind that
a giant, terrifying turtle man was feeding them candy.
We should really just think about that sentence for a second.
I didn't understand; there was a big turtle and little kids
and then there was a big kid, and a little turtle.
It's...
Yes, it totally makes sense.
It reminded me personally a lot of what it's like when I'm
trying to get a girl to date me.
I've got sours!
By the end, it's all Ding!
[Finebros] And how about the commercial with the little
baby things that were terrifying the child?
Oh, that was freaky.
That was a commercial for abortion.
And it worked.
I ... during it made an appointment to go see my doctor
and up my birth control regimen.
I felt like I was doing the same face the girl on the commercial was doing.
Like, what is happening right now.
I still don't know what that is.
Once again, why does that make me want to eat their product?
I don't know.
Kewpie? Kewpie's like the number one baby doll in Japan.
It's like Cabbage Patch kids.
You should just replace the music and just be like,
either screaming or just high pitched something, and
you have yourself like, an amazing horror flick.
[Screaming]
[Finebros] What were they selling?
Was it - I thought it was like, sushi rolls or like little hot dogs.
Was that for a candy?
Noodles, right?
Is it pasta made out of babies?
It was like a spaghetti something.
[Finebros] That was for pasta sauce.
Pasta sauce. Duh!
Oh, of course it is!
Oh, what was with the baby dolls and the spinning and the creepiness?
Mmm! Pasta, right. P - p. Pardon me. Pasta sauce.
[Finebros] And what about the dog one? There's a story in that
commercial. What was going on?
Oh, there was a story?
The kid was heartbroken, something we would write about.
[Crying or laughing]
A boy that has his heart broken gets chased by a demonic
dog and falls in love with a girl.
There's a lot of overtones of beastiality in a lot of these commercials.
The dog became bipedal at the end, which is -
I had to suspend my disbelief there. Umm....as if I
wasn't already from the start!
It reminded me of like, a big woman, like a big
sasquatchy, like WNBA woman. Is that - should I say - is that bad?
Just like, urgh urgh.
I don't know, I'd have to watch it again.
There's just saying this name of the brand over and over
and over again. All they're saying is [Japanese brand].
That's like watching a little story and the song being like:
Doritos! Doritos! Doritos! Doritos!
[Finebros] - But, what was going on when the dog did this? -
Oh, that's the body of a dog with head of a girl.
What's happening, guys?
He's having anime sad face.
I think the doll head with mirror was supposed to symbolise,
like, inner beauty.
Oh, you can't do that? I can do that, just wait.
The Japanese culture is very complex.
They think differently.
The more you try and analyse it, the more you're gonna hurt your brain.
[Finebros] Why do these commercials go viral here in America?
It's the WTF factor.
WTF factor.
'Cause they're crazy!
These pop up, and they're so not what we're used to.
That's why they're viral.
Because they leave us with blank expressions, like this.
'Cause they're dumb. Well, they're smart. But, dumb in the smart way.
They're weird.
[Finebros] Do you think in Japan these are considered to be
completely bizarre?
Probably not!
No, I think in Japan this is totally normal.
I've been to Japan, and there are some very strange things.
I think their humour is way more advanced and
I just don't get it yet.
I do think it's normal, but they know it's kinda weird.
You know what I mean?
It's just a cultural thing, right. You know what's really weird that
we Americans do and don't think is weird?
When you're watching a football game, how it's like;
Bshhhooooou, badum badum badum.
Like, all the little symbols that are happening.
We just take that in and think that's totally normal.
So, in Japan, sure their commercials are different from ours
but are they strange?
[Finebros] - Is there anything in American culture that you think would be
looked at as completely bizarre to the Japanese?
No. America's awesome. Everything we do makes sense.
We don't have anything that touches those commercials, no.
That we don't take care of our elderly, that's a little weird.
We eat with silverware. Not chopsticks. That's probably bizarre to them, right?
Our love of football probably confuses them a lot.
So the superbowl commercials are probably, like
just way over their heads.
If you showed an Old Spice commercial over there and they
didn't understand English, they would think that we are insane.
Are you kidding me? Have you seen Gusher commercials?
Little black girl eats a watermelon candy, and her head turns
into a watermelon and explodes. Racist and confusing.
Just like those.
You're a neutral party from a different country Yeah.
Alright, so, do you prefer American commercials
Or Japanese commercials? Japanese for sure, sorry.
And what would you say to the creators of Japanese
commercials if they stumbled upon this video?
Keep up the good work!
Make horror games.
Would you like a hug?
Can I have your brain when you die?
Send me a year supply of those delicious looking little candies.
Don't stop taking whatever it is you're taking to make those.
[頑張るより仕方がない].
That means; 'do your best, for you have no choice.'
Thanks for watching another episode of YouTubers React.
What do you guys want us to watch next? Tell us in the
comments below, and we just might.
If you liked this episode of YouTubers React, make sure you
subscribe to all these other YouTube channels.
I mean, you're probably going to like 90% of them
but you know, you take the risk on that 10%, not a big deal.
Can I live here? And just watch videos?
There's no bed, though.
There's a floor.
Bye! [Speaks Japanese.]
[Speaks Japanese] or, see you next time,on YouTubers React-or.
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【爆笑經典】YouTube紅人們對日本廣告的反應 (YouTubers React to Japanese Commercials (Ep #9))

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Lun Yu 發佈於 2015 年 8 月 30 日    Kikawa 翻譯    James 審核
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