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    Default Too soon.

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    THERE'S ALWAYS ONE THAT NEVER FUCKING DIES
    omae wa mou shindeiru

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    It's always interesting how torii survive disaster zones.

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    When you reset that level, try not to hit that nuclear power plant the next time, darling.

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    Damn bird flu.

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    hahaha

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    ^.^ That freaked me out.

    "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pants, and the beast dwelling within View Post
    Most of the comments for that video are stupid.

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    if i had a horse for every time i heard that, i'd have 2 horse Pants's Avatar
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    it takes offensiveness to a whole new level.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowBrand View Post
    serves them right for inventing tentacle porn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pants, and the beast dwelling within View Post
    please tell me that wasn't supposed to be shown to children

    if i was 7 i wouldn't like hearing that i could have nuclear boy's explosive diarrhea "fly right at me". that's not very encouraging


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    Judging by the guy's vocabulary and tone, it definitely was made for children. In fact, when I was in Japan I often watched children shows because I could understand the language easier, and let me say that Nuclear Boy is not the weirdest thing I've seen come from the Japanese media.

    There was a show that taught English to kids, and it literally went like this:

    [In Japanese] "This is a umi. In English, they say BEACH."
    [English] BEACH BEACH BEACH (x10) while flashing pictures of beaches.
    *Commcecial break*
    "This is a yama. In English, they say MOUNTAIN."
    MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN (xwhatever) while flashing pictures of mountains.

    The next day it was frying pan and bowl. They don't even teach context or anything, they just bang the words into childrens' heads like they were preparing for a vocabulary test. And the hosts looked weird.

    At least Nuclear Boy is technically educational.

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    at least they're being honest :/


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    how is educating children about nuclear boy's poops and farts in the midst of an earthquake, tsunami and a nuclear crisis even remotely 'honest'?

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    well, it's not like they were telling children that everything is going to be fine when clearly the shit has yet to hit the fan.


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