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  • [ANNOTATION: That part was originally a joke, but we laugh so much each time we see it that we decided to keep it in.]

  • [ANNOTATION: Cat Person]

  • R: Aaaaand this is Leo after making a mess.

  • Both: Hey guys!

  • J: So people have been asking us for a while if we make any shirts

  • R: And now we do! Yay!

  • R: Pretty much like every YouTube sells shirts and stuff,

  • and we waited a really long time to even think about it,

  • because it just seemed kind of weird.

  • And like really, really narcissistic.

  • What kind of people would we have to be to put our faces on shirts and be like,

  • "We're SO awesome! Buy our faces and wear them on your body!"

  • It was kind of weird for us to think about it.

  • J: Yeah, and we don't even want to sell our logo or something like, that, so...

  • it's just weird.

  • R: BUT we could make designs that people would be interested in,

  • like people who are interested in Japan,

  • that have nothing to do with our faces or logo.

  • Soooo that's what we're doing now!

  • So, Jun actually used to take calligraphy classes,

  • and if you don't know, calligraphy actually has a ranking system.

  • It's called the "dan" system.

  • Like within karate, you have 10 levels of black belts.

  • J: I was at 6 dan (rokudan).

  • I'm not really good anymore,

  • but I'll still do my best!

  • R: I think you're really good!

  • So Jun calligraphied up some designs!

  • And obviously the most awesome design that anyone anywhere would ever want to wear...

  • J: It's "Neko ha." It means "cat person" and it has Leo's paw print on it.

  • R: That's great. That's my favorite thing in the world.

  • There's also dog person, too!

  • So if you're a dog person, you don't have to be left out!

  • We have a bunch of other designs, too!

  • Like Japanese phrases that you might be interested in.

  • I asked you guys what you wanted the most,

  • and the CLEAR winner was "Shouganai."

  • If you don't remember, we made a video about shouganai before.

  • It means like, "It can't be helped" or "Deal with it and move on."

  • I

  • We also came up with something else we thought might be a little bit helpful,

  • which is "日本語勉強中"

  • which means "I'm studying Japanese."

  • And then we have two versions.

  • They both say "Please speak to me in Japanese."

  • J: If I saw a person wearing this shirt I would definitely talk to them.

  • R: Yeah, he would for sure talk to people.

  • But he likes talking to foreigners.

  • J: The website were using is called Spreadshirt

  • and they print and ship everything for us,

  • so if you ever have any problems with something you order, you should talk to them

  • and they can give you a refund or replace your shirt.

  • R: We can't really do anything if there's a problem with it,

  • so you should definitely email them and not us.

  • And also, you can change the base color of all the shirts,

  • so you don't have to get this in blue, and you don't have to get this in black.

  • J: Oh yeah, and some of them glow in the dark.

  • R: There are two different types of prints for the shirts.

  • There are specialty prints like what Jun is wearing,

  • which are fancier and look nicer, but they're a lot harder for us to make.

  • These can be glow in the dark, or glittery, or like furry.

  • When we have them like this, we mark what it is in the description so you know.

  • For the ones that are glittery, we link to a picture of what the glitter looks like,

  • because it doesn't show up in the thumbnail of the picture.

  • And then the other type is just a basic graphic design like this,

  • which we can have more colors for, and it looks faded and vintage.

  • It's not as smooth a color as the specialty prints.

  • J: There are two different qualities for the shirts.

  • The ones we're wearing are basic.

  • They cost less, but they're thinner and not very soft or stretchy.

  • And there's also another type made with American Apparel tshirts,

  • which are softer and nicer.

  • But they cost $8 more for us to make, so they're $8 more expensive.

  • R: There are a lot of different shirts and articles of clothing

  • that we can put designs on and stuff.

  • Like sweatshirts and V-necks, all kinds of stuff. Even some pants and tights.

  • They just start to get like really expensive.

  • I think some of the sweatshirts we looked at had a base price of like $40,

  • which is kind of ridiculous.

  • But if you guys want something like that,

  • then just let us know and we're more than happy to put designs on things like that, too.

  • J: We'd be happy to hear your comments and suggestions,

  • and if there's anything you want us to try to make or change.

  • For example, we can change the font colors for things.

  • R: Also, there's a special shop if you live in Europe.

  • You should go to that link instead because they let you pay in Euro

  • and... I don't know what other fancy stuff they have set up just for Europeans.

  • But you can use that link instead.

  • J: If you're interested, we have the links below.

  • And since this isn't a regular video, we'll upload a normal video on Saturday

  • so please look forward to that.

  • R: Thanks for watching!

  • Both: Bye!

[ANNOTATION: That part was originally a joke, but we laugh so much each time we see it that we decided to keep it in.]

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/24
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