字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey guys! So since I made a video... kind of laughing at the funny English that have in Japan here. I thought it would only fair to tell you guys about the stupid Japanese that I have seen in Canada. So it is really popular to get Kanji tattoos in Canada, America, or any those English-speaking countries. I’m sure. But I was at the tattoo parlor and it have a big poster on the wall. One side had all these different Kanji and then it had “English translation”, but I swear half of the translations was completely wrong. Not even close to the actual meaning. I speak Chinese a little bit too, so I know it wasn’t just like the Chinese translation or anything it wasn’t Japanese or Chinese. For example, it have a Kanji like say, “horse” and the translation will be “dog”. WHAT!? People are trusting this getting tattoos of it and I know a lots of people don’t even like thoroughly research the meaning of the tattoo they want before they’d get it. So you guys are interested getting a Kanji tattoo I have nothing against I’ve seen really awesome Japanese writing tattoos, but PLEASE research the meaning before you get permanently tattoo on your body. Ask Japanese person or Chinese person or someone who speaks the language well. It’s worth it. The WORST one I’ve seen was a guy downtown, he was wearing a tank top and he had like two BIG kanji here. Maybe it is like... this big. Namae! (名前) namae! (名前!) (It means name.) WHAT! WHAT THE FUCK! What did he asked for? I thought maybe like… he asked a Japanese guy. Oh I want my name here. Can you tattoo my name? The Japanese guy is like hehe… ok and wrote name. I don’t know how that happen, but I can’t think any legitimate reason that he want “name” tattoo on his arm. Yeah. That was my retarded Japanese story, but there’s lot of other examples. There’s like t-shirts with random Kanji on them even hiragana and katakana that makes absolutely no sense So don’t feel bad Japan, Canada sucks too! By the way, I’m wearing my handsome lashes. (Sharla speaking Japanese) Subtitled by Jhoe Rosales.