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WTF Japan myths debunked【日本マジかよ...】

嗨!大家好!
Hey!Guys!
大家好!今天我们要来说一说到处都有的的日本文化
Today I want to address the WTF (or “What the fuck?”) Japan meme that’s so
可能你没察觉到 人们发的有关日本的图片或是视频
popular everywhere right now. In case you’re not aware, it’s really common for people to
总会配着奇葩的标题
post pictures or videos or articles of something in Japan that’s weird with the title and the
评论中总是很多“日本怎么酱紫“这很日本””或者“也就只会是日本了”
majority of the comments being something like, “WTF Japan?!” or “Oh Japan…” or
于是 我要给你两条定律
“Only in Japan!” So, I’m going to give you two rules you can
它们适用于99%的
follow that will work 99% of the time for you when you see stuff like this. I admit
我保证99%都是说少了 我肯定不会糊弄你们
that I made that number up but I promise you I’m not leading you astray on this.
定律1:如果你在网上看到“日本的奇怪新潮流”其实并不是潮流
Rule 1: If you see something on the internet that says, “Weird new trend in Japan” … It’s
定律2:当你看到网络上日本的奇奇怪怪的东西
not a trend. Rule 2: If you see something on the internet
其实日本人也觉得那很奇怪
from Japan and it’s weird, Japanese people think it’s weird, too.
这下你懂了吧!
And there you go! You can stop watching this video now because that’s pretty much everything
因为它的内容你几乎全都知道。但是Rachel,如果它不是一个真正的潮流那么人们为什么叫他潮流呢
you need to know. But Rachel why do they call it a trend if
我在不同的网站看到它们配着不同的图片
it’s not really a trend? I saw it on different websites with different pictures! Why would
为什么有些人给文章一个引起轰动的标题《 MONEEEEY》?尽管不是关于钱
someone sensationalize a headline? *MONEEEEY* It doesn’t have to be for money, though. Some
一些人仅仅只是对这种文化差异感到兴奋,并且过多的夸大了一些东西
people just get really excited about cultural differences and over exaggerate things a little
或者是并没有清楚的意识到他们发布的是什么。不管怎么说
bit or don’t fully understand what they’re posting. Anyway, a handful of people doing
少数人们做事是不受潮流影响的。贝果头不是一种潮流,并且从来不是。
something does not a trend make. Bagel head is not a trend and never was a trend. Also,
同样,它来源于加拿大!舔眼球在日本也从来不是一种潮流
it started in Canada! Eyeball licking is also not a trend and never was a trend in Japan.
我相信在日本一定有人喜欢舔眼球
I’m sure there’s someone out there with a fetish for licking peoples’ eyeballs but that
但那不是整个日本都会发生的事。不要完全相信你在因特网上看到的,
is not something that is happening all over Japan. Do not believe everything you see on
除了我告诉你的。事实上,日本时尚亚文化
the internet! Except what I tell you. Even Japanese fashion subcultures are not that
并不是普遍都是那样。我的意思是你在其它地方更有可能看到那些行为,
common in Japan. I mean there are places you’re more likely to see them, like Harajuku or
比如像原宿一样的地方,但是日常生活中你有像在美国看到一个哥特式小孩一样多的机会
something like that, but in daily life you probably have about as much of a chance seeing
看到一个萝莉女孩
a Lolita girl as you have seeing a gothic kid in America. Oh, and ganguro is for all
有意图的日本黑妹打扮已经被特意禁止,在二十世纪九十年代作为一个亚文化群被禁止
intents and purposes dead, and has been dead as a subculture since the 1990s.
但是怪异事件呢?这些我很久以前看到的像女人乳房一样的围巾呢?
But what about weird things? What about those boob scarves I saw a long time ago? Okay,
因此,如果不把这些归结为性内容我很难真正概括到所有的日本WTF素材
so I can’t really cover all this WTF Japan stuff without getting into sexual content.
因此,既然它不是我们经常在视频里谈到的,也不是我们从没谈到的
So, since that’s not something I usually talk about in our videos, or something we’ve never
如果这些让你感到不舒服,你可以跳到该视频的5:03。
talked about, if that makes anyone uncomfortable you can skip forward to 5:03. So, boob scarves
因此,那种像女人乳房一样的围巾不是日本才有的。如果你见到类似的东西,那只是一个新奇的小玩意
are not a thing in Japan. If you see something like that, it’s a novelty item. It’s like
就像你走进美国的购物商场会找其中的管理员,并且希望看到他们一样
something you would walk into a Spencer’s in a mall in America and expect to see. Stuff
像那样的素材固然非常有趣,它应该是一个用来塞口的礼物
like that is meant to be funny, it’s meant to be a gag gift. No one is like seriously
没有人真正喜欢戴着一条像女人乳房一样的围巾到处走,说着:“这难道不好吗?
walking around with boob scarves and being like, “Oh isn’t this awesome? We’re just so
我们戴着一条像女人乳房一样的围巾在日本看起来多么的标新立异!”那么贩卖裤子的机器怎样呢?
weird in Japan here with our boob scarves!” What about the panty vending machines?! Okay,
好吧,我相信它们存在于一个或两个未知的地方,但是没有人认为这很正常!
I’m sure there exists one or two somewhere, but no one thinks that’s normal! And that’s
这在日本也同样不正常。事实上,真正奇怪的是
not normal in Japan. And really, the only thing that’s strange about that is the fact
它们用贩卖机销售已经穿过的裤子。
that they’re selling used panties in a vending machine. It’s the vending machine part about
正是这个贩卖机对日本来说才是一种独特的东西。因为我向你保证
that that’s actually kind of unique for Japan. Because I promise you the used panty-selling
出售二手裤子这种交易在任何地方都受人们追捧。你曾经上过克雷格列表网站吗?
business is alive and strong everywhere. Have you been on craigslist? Because there are
因为在这里,几乎美国所有城市的女人们、有时也有一些男人,出售她(他)们用过的内衣物
women, and sometimes men, selling used underwear in pretty much every city in America. This
这不只是日本人民喜欢做的事。这是所有地方的人们都喜欢做的事。
is not a Japanese fetish. This is a fetish that exists everywhere. It’s not like Japanese
不是日本人有着天生的特别嗜好,
people have like an extra genetic sequence, the pervert sequence, that makes them have
性欲让所有奇怪的恋物癖在日本都能找到。不是这样的。恋物癖到处都存在。
all these strange fetishes that are only found in Japan. No. Fetishes exist everywhere. There
同样,没有你能在日本找到而不能在其它地方找到的恋物癖
is no fetish that you will find in Japan that you can’t find anywhere else in the world,
但是女学生的恋物癖又是怎么一回事呢?他们让所有的这些女孩
too. But what about school girl fetishes? They have all these little girls and they
穿女学生的制服来区分她们的性别!在美国也有同样的事发生!
sexualize them in schoolgirl outfits! That is a thing in America, too! Do you remember
你还记得Britney Spears的《baby one more time》的视频中的动作吗?……记不得?……你多大了?
the reaction to Britney Spears’s Baby One More Time video? …No? …How old are you
那么关于其中所有的色情情节呢?好吧,强奸幻想
guys? What about all the rape porn? Okay, rape fantasies
非常的普遍。不同的研究表明,超过一半的女人
are extremely common everywhere. Different studies have shown that over half of women
和几乎一半的男人都有强奸幻想。那是正常的事情,
and almost half of men have rape fantasies. That is not anything unusual, and it is a
那是性欲很正常的一个表现方面。一个不切合现实生活的幻想。
completely normal aspect of sexuality. A fantasy is not the same thing as real life. People
一个有强奸幻想的人不真正希望在现实生活中被强奸
who have a rape fantasy don’t actually want to be raped in real life, or don’t actually
也不想出去在现实生活中强奸人。我不知道我要在这类问题上
want to go out and rape people in real life. I don’t know how much detail I need to get
说多少细节,但是我是一个开明的人,如果你们需要我解释这个问题
into here on this kind of stuff, but I’m an open person, and if you guys need me to explain
比如性欲、色情和现实的区别,我非常乐意
this, like the differences between sex and porn and reality, I’m willing to make a video
制作一个视频专门谈论。我希望人们在这方面有更多的知识和更高的修养
on that. I would much rather people have more knowledge and be more educated on this than
而不是仅仅因为它有争议而回避这个话题。我给你画一个韦恩图
avoid talking about something just because it’s controversial. I drew you a venn diagram
如果你需要我解释,我可以解释
here. And if you need me to, I can explain it.
好了,继续!日本的电视节目怎样呢?他们所以这些疯狂的演出和一切!
Okay, moving on! What about Japanese TV shows? They have all these crazy gameshows and everything!
是的,他们做的,对日本人来说这些也非常怪异
Yeah, they do, and generally they’re pretty weird to Japanese people, too, but that’s
但是那正是让表演有趣的部分。不会因为你不喜欢而消失,但是这些表演的主要部分
part of what makes them so funny. And not to ruin it for you, but the majority of these
是被刻意筹划的,至少有一部分被刻意筹划过。通常来说,
shows are staged or at least partially staged. It’s pretty common for the people being pranked
盛装打扮的人很有可能是演员。在日本有一群被称为Tarento的名人
to be actors. There is a class of celebrities in Japan called Tarento–which is filled with
他们中有很多是不同风格的喜剧演员,他们喜欢在这些表演中将所有剧情夸张表演
a lot of different comedians, and they tend to overact everything in these shows, because
因为那让日本人民感到该表演更有趣。没有人想看
that’s what makes it more interesting to Japanese people. No one wants to watch like a gameshow
剧中的演员都淡定、安静和无聊的表演。
where everyone’s just being calm and quiet and boring and things like that. We have shows
在美国也有这样的表演,就像你观看《Wipeout》一样。他们选择疯狂的人们作为演员!
like that in America, too, like if you watch Wipeout. They pick people who are crazy! Those
这些疯狂的人的确很疯狂,因为他们只是在电视上表演。我的意思是
people are acting out because they’re on TV. I mean maybe you have that one friend who
也许你有一个真正有点疯狂的朋友,但那不是正常人的行为,
is like genuinely kinda crazy, but that’s not normally how people act. They’re acting
因为节目需要他们才这样做。那么那些怪异的日本漫画又是怎么回事呢?
that way for the TV. What about weird Japanese cartoons? And not
不仅仅是日本动漫,还有那些甚至连插图都没有的怪异的漫画。
even anime—just like those weird cartoons that don’t even seem to have a plot. Yeah,
是的,它们很奇怪,但同样的,即使作为日本人也不了解它们。
those are weird, but again Japanese people don’t really understand them either. They
学校没有开设帮助理解奇怪漫画的课程
don’t take like an understanding weird cartoons class growing up in school or something like
或者类似的课程。说实话,我们也有一些怪异的表演。我的意思是,
that. And honestly we have some shows that are pretty weird, too. I mean, if anyone remembers
如果每个人都记像《Ren》、《Stimpy》这样奇怪的节目的话。有时甚至《海绵宝宝》都非常奇怪。
Ren and Stimpy, that was a strange show. Even Spongebob can be pretty strange at times.
这当然不是说你在日本就不能找到对日本人来说正常
Of course that doesn’t mean you can’t find something in Japan that’s normal to them and
对你来说怪异的事了。我的意思是,真正的怪异是客观的,所以,
weird to you. I mean really “weirdness” is subjective so whether or not you find something
你是否觉得奇怪取决于你受到的文化熏染和生活经历。我只是想
weird is going to come down to your culture and life experiences. I just want everyone
让每个人都意识到,尽管日本有着不同文化,日本人仍然是世界公认的
to realize that while Japan has a different culture, they are still a globalized people
和我们一样对很多事有着同样看法的人民。当然,见到怪异和有趣的事情
who generally see a lot of things the same way that we do. And of course it’s fun to
很好玩——我也喜欢见到那些。我不是说
see weird and interesting things—I like watching them, too. I’m not saying you shouldn’t
你不应该看这些文章或、图片,或者对这类东西感到恼怒。
look at those articles or see those pictures, or be annoyed with them or anything like that.
我只想让你记住这些在日本也许并不正常。
I just want you to keep in mind that that’s probably not normal in Japan.
顺便说一下,我与Jun分享了一些奇怪的日本的视频,
By the way I shared some of those strange Japanese videos with Jun, and he wanted to
他想说在看完那些之后,如果外国人认为日本很奇怪,他能够理解了。
say that he completely understands if foreigners find Japan is weird after watching those.
他以同样的方式回应他们。如果有谁想看这些视频的话,
He reacted the same way to them that we do. I’ll share some of them on our facebook if
我会分享一些这类视频在我们的脸谱网上。同样,如果你看之后有什么细节问题
anyone wants to see. Also, if you have any specific questions on
想知道它在日本是否怪异或是否正常
things you’ve seen and you’re wondering if that’s weird in Japan or if that’s normal,
请将你的问题留在下方的评论处!我已经叫Jun和Yuka一起做了另一个视频
please leave your questions down in the comments below! I’ve asked Jun to make another video
来回答其中一些问题。但是现在我想提醒你,他们两个都很忙
with Yuka to answer some of them. But I wanna warn you right now that they’re both really
在他们有空能回答这些问题之前也许会等待很长时间
busy and it’ll probably be a really long time before they can get around to answering them.
所以,我现在提醒过你了!总之,谢谢大家的观看!再见
So I’m just warning you now. Anyway, thanks for watching guys! Bye!

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