Here's for another post. I've been doing a few posts recently, although it has been about a week since actual subbed video. It has also been too long since doing a LINCOLN video. Seriously, there are so many episodes from that show that needs to be subbed....
This is a particularly amazing episode, which I couldn't wait to share with you. Tsuyoshi, a comedian from the manzai duo, "Nakagawake" is sent to a place called Nerima to spend a week with a Japanese group called NERIMOTHA FUCKERZ. They're not really famous, but hit the news a few years back when their leader D.O. was arrested for dealing cocaine.
This corner of Lincoln is based of a popular travel show called "Sekai Ururun Taizai-ki" (World Ururun Stay Records). Each week they would show a famous person going for a homestay at a family in another country and learning various new things. For example, a guy went to Nepal and stayed helped a family make clay pottery, and some other people stayed with an African tribe to learn their ways of living. It's an interesting show that I used to watch on taped videos when I was younger. Actually, I'm planning on subbing some episodes in the future....
There's a second part to the video called "Dondake~ no Izumi" (The Spring Of Dondake~). This is based off a show called "The Spring Of Aura" used to be a show that had some priest guy talking about people's auras, past lives and guardian spirits and stuff. The "Dondake~" was a phrase originating from some gay people and is shortened from "Doredake" which means "How much". In the normal way, it is used like "How much (Dondake) ~~ are you gonna use!". More recently, it has been popularised to express shock or surprise by people on TV. They're basically implying the same thing as "How much ~~are you gonna do/use" but only saying the "How much". Hope that makes sense.
Sorry about the bad quality video. It's from the analog days, and before people uploaded nice quality videos in the first place.
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Lincoln (2007.09.04) by juxtapose31
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