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  • It's totally black and blue. (No)

  • Hey, can I sit here? Yeah! Go ahead! OK.

  • Hey, Jay. This girl is really pretty.

  • I think she likes you...

  • Really? No way!

  • Of course, all these empty seats & she sat RIGHT across from you, she's obviously into you.

  • Really? She's like an angel from heaven.

  • Definitely, man

  • I love you.

  • (in Mandarin) Bye bye.

  • Jo In-Sung is so mosissoyo

  • So what?

  • He's so like, so like mosissoyo

  • You know what I mean? Yeah yeah yeah I know what that means.

  • cause' he's just explained it...(Yeah) to me so well?

  • How could you do this to me?

  • Steven, what is wrong?

  • My girlfriend just broke up with me...

  • It's ok. Old man lose horse. What???

  • So you know it was a blessing in disguise.

  • Hey guys, I made some tea for ya'll.

  • Wow. There you go, Matty. Wait.

  • How do you say "thank you very much" in Chinese?

  • (in Mandarin) Your butt is really big.

  • (in Mandarin) Your butt is really big.

  • Steven! (in Mandarin) Your butt is really big.

  • Hey, Dad.

  • (in Telugu) Yeah, I'm here with Steven right now.

  • Mhm, class just ended but it was boring.

  • They cooked for us but it smelled so bad.

  • Just ew.

  • Okay, bye

  • So...um...that was your...was your Dad?

  • Yup.

  • Cool. Did you say anything about me...or? Nope.

  • Cool. Gotta go. I'll see you later. Ok, bye.

  • That subtitle just...it doesn't do it justice, like what she's actually saying is so much more than what they wrote.

  • Yeah. Too bad you have to read the subtitles because it just...

  • Hi, Steven! Hi, Betty, how are you? Good. How are you?

  • I'm doin' good. Have you met my friend, Joseph, before?

  • No! I have not, my name is Betty. Nice to meet you. (Joseph, nice to meet you)

  • Actually he a Korean major. (Oh, really?) You're Korean, right?

  • (in Korean) Yes, I do. I actually lived in Korea last year.

  • You are really good at Korean!

  • Oh,no, no. How old are you?

  • I am 22. Me, too.

  • Really?! We are friends!!

  • Yeah! Let's just be casual with each other.

  • Hey, how about ditching him and we just hang out?

  • For real? Yeah!

  • Shall we grab a bite to eat? Yea, let's eat. Alright.

  • (in Cantonese) Today, I just ate an apple.

  • Ah, but this apple was so fresh AND sweet, too!

  • Noooo, you don't understand! It's like it fell from heaven--

  • -- someone is coming over, I'll talk to you later. Okay, bye.

  • Hey, man. Are you OK, dude?

  • Yeah, I'm fine. What's up?

  • It's ok, you can tell me. Was that your girlfriend? What were you talking about?

  • We weren't arguing, man. We were just having a conversation about an apple.

  • Dude, I'm so sorry. When you guys are arguing about an apple, that's when you know the relationship is going downhill

  • Come here, bring it in...I don't know you

It's totally black and blue. (No)

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