November 16, 2010

Jpop Video of the Night! And... Quote of the Night!

Sekai wa sore wo ai to yobundaze (What the world calls Ai and Love) by Sambomaster!
*Ai is the Japanese word for love, so the title, I think, repeats the word love first in Japanese then as an English sounding Japanese loanword for love because the artist wants to sing about the meaning of love... as it's summed up in the title.

This is the ending theme of "Densha Otoko". Watching this was good times last year!
To find out more about "Densha Otoko" check out this post:
http://coolotakureviews.blogspot.com/2010/02/animemanga-pick-of-week-densha-otoko.html
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And today's quote of the day, from Gintama episode two.
"My house?!" Ken-sama
"Now that you have changed you can build 100 houses." Gintoki-san

I have to admit the quote is from a bad fansub that exaggerated Gintoki's response which actually was
"You have changed haven't you? I'm sure your house will be fine."
Since nouns aren't singular or plural in Japan, the first translation could actually hold weight however the number of houses wasn't said at all!

But the point is that when you've changed you can do anything! The adversity in the past is nothing!

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