They all sound like they're yelling special moves from different fighting games.
Little does this man know that he's making the StationWorkerFans in the group really happy. Japanese tend to convey happiness much more quietly.
these people need to have their vocal chords cut out.
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Japan's nerds are a very polite people of very strict expectations.
How big is Xbox Live in Japan?
Why doesn't someone just move? Why was that guy there? Why didn't they step a foot to the left or right to take their picture, like the people in the background were? Why don't I run Japan, moving its people like puppets to my discerning will?
Can someone explain please? I'm pretty confused as to what is happening here. All I saw was a train station and people screaming.
Just like in America, there are creepy, stalker-ish people who absolutely love trains and watching them and taking photos of them, so when the guy doing his job got in the way of their photos they freaked the fuck out.
This is hardly a Japanese phenomenon.
When YouTube was a new thing, I looked up my home town and there was basically nothing but dozens of trainspotting videos all from one guy.
All railfans are creepy.
I used to live near this station, it is Omiya station, one, if not the largest, station in Saitama. They must've introduced a new train, which people go nuts over. Also, it should be noted the people in Tokyo, and all the country people that live in Saitama, are assholes. Kanto region is typically filled with over worked stuffy jerks.
hey it's either trains or rape. i prefer my Japanese with the former as a hobby
Either/or? I guess you've been watching different anime than I have*
*I have not actually been watching anime o__-
this forces me to remember the original Taking Of Pelham 123 where Walter Matthau starts out his day by giving a tour of the switching/control station of the NYC metro to a group of asian guys with, guess what? cameras
they were very quiet
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