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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.

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  • comments below, and we just might.

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  • 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.]

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