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  • you know, l a p I Yeah, you do that.

  • When you when you go to London, you should do that.

  • That be very careful.

  • No, no, not right where he can rap as well.

  • I'm not sure the people of London are ready for that.

  • So this week I'm heading to the U.

  • K.

  • For the first time in over two years.

  • And in the first week, my good Japanese friend Matzke and his wife are some it becoming a cz well, and this is a pretty big deal because they've never been to Europe, let alone the UK.

  • So I'm expected them to have a little bit of culture shock along the way.

  • After all, that seems to be a lot of misconceptions about the UK here in Japan, particularly from my Japanese students, who seem to think everyone in the UK is some kind of wizard who sits around drinking Tilda and listening to the Beatles with ridiculous names like Ringo, Double Door and James.

  • And so today I'm going over to visit them and hopefully prepare them in any way I can before they arrived in the UK And considering our first port of call is the miracle.

  • There's heat Airport, a cross between a shitty bus station.

  • A poorly run shopping.

  • More wonder, never ending.

  • Fucking nightmare.

  • I'd say they're gonna need to be pretty, pretty well prepared.

  • Okay, so in two weeks, we are going to London.

  • It's your first time.

  • First time in Europe.

  • First time in Europe.

  • Excited by today.

  • Let's talk about British culture.

  • Who is this?

  • Yeah, way got saved.

  • But she has a very, very nice smile.

  • Who is this very famous, very famous British person?

  • Oh, my friend.

  • Your your friend.

  • You know him?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Hallie, Book report.

  • Have you have you watched Harry Potter?

  • Yes, Cities.

  • 1234 Oh, yeah.

  • A wide old Japanese.

  • People like Draco, Malfoy, Malfoy.

  • All my students.

  • Always I am now.

  • Oh, he's He's cool.

  • Broomstick stick A broom.

  • Oh, hey, Come flying, soldier.

  • Could enough.

  • Every potter cleaning, cleaning the floor with his broom.

  • Oh, God.

  • This is called a fry up.

  • They got Danishes every morning.

  • Everyone in the UK each this Well, maybe maybe I did.

  • Maybe he's just made sausages.

  • Eggs, toast, bacon, beans on Martin.

  • If you eat licks, you could do anything.

  • And Of course.

  • Yeah.

  • It's a very famous Whenever I tell a Japanese person I'm from the UK They say all Harry Potter or fish and chips.

  • Fish and chips and Harry Potter literally.

  • You okay?

  • That's it.

  • You have a name way?

  • Call them Champ.

  • Champ.

  • C H A V.

  • So you'll beat.

  • You will walk down the road on booth.

  • Very special clothing style.

  • So usually.

  • Shit.

  • Good.

  • Good man.

  • I can't live Friend's ship, so right, I I'm 1/2 on this person.

  • May be standing here.

  • This is a road that way.

  • You Whoa!

  • It's not only reason just the way Looking out, you should say, Oh, nothing, Nothing, Nothing.

  • I caught out this start.

  • Yeah.

  • Can you do that?

  • I see a cab, a chat.

  • A chance would be scared.

  • Scared?

  • Wow, this man knows karate.

  • You know, Collopy, if you When you when you go to London, you should do that.

  • That be very careful.

  • Not right where he can rap as well.

  • British English has many different accents.

  • Hello there.

  • What's your name?

  • My name is not ski.

  • That scares from top model.

  • My name's Chris.

  • It's great to meet you.

  • I'm I'm not ski mask.

  • You wait for me in Japan?

  • Was that Japan?

  • Oh, my gosh!

  • Tokyo!

  • No, it's no sight, Really.

  • Tokyo!

  • No!

  • No!

  • Stop!

  • North Star!

  • They're sending!

  • Oh, God!

  • That's fantastic!

  • On why?

  • Why you In what were you in London?

  • Travel, mate.

  • The word mates Mates means friend, mate means friend.

  • Hello, mate.

  • Mate!

  • Mate, They didn't make Are you all right?

  • You lose the Are you all right?

  • You're like you're like all right.

  • Did you did You might wait from good in Japan.

  • Japan Last frantic.

  • We doing well.

  • You Are you in England travel?

  • Get your first time?

  • Yes.

  • First time, huh?

  • Shouldn't make noises when eating.

  • If you if we eat noodles.

  • Don't do that in Japan.

  • It's okay.

  • But in the UK are one big thing at restaurants in Japan.

  • You just shall also you must people come to your table in UK.

  • Don't don't do that.

  • Usually just your hand.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • It's very that's that is different in the UK when you eat dinner, the waiter always comes to a table.

  • Is everything okay?

  • Yeah.

  • Good mail.

  • Yeah, Very busy.

  • Very busy on dhe.

  • It's annoying because I'm eating my dinner and then the way to goes.

  • How's your meal?

  • But I'm like, Oh, it's good.

  • Very good on I think the Japs Japanese way is better.

  • Much better.

  • Oh, by the way, don't, uh, don't swear.

  • Too much of a good feeling is if you see my family.

  • No, no, I'm fucking Matzke, Which is what you would do.

  • No shit number.

  • That's reassuring.

  • No, I don't like what you do.

  • And that's something No swearing.

  • Good.

  • Let's go to the UK.

  • Let's go.

  • Enjoy.

  • Enjoy.

  • Let's enjoy together together.

  • Exciting.

  • Excellent.

  • Rhonda going?

  • Yeah, I catch the 31 Number one coming.

  • You should listen.

you know, l a p I Yeah, you do that.

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Japanese thoughts on British Culture

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/24
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