Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Bizarre Japanese Made Videos

In Japan, there is a site that is more popular than YouTube. It is called "Nico Nico Douga."

"Nico" means "smile" and "Douga" means "moving pictures."

Lots of Japanese people put up the videos they made on that site. As you can imagine, since this is a Japanese site, there is some pretty bizarre stuff there.

Here's one that made it's way to YouTube. I can only imagine what this is all about and why it was made. Maybe it was a nightmare after eating too many Big Macs. Who knows?

When the video ends, you'll see a whole bunch of others made by the same person using this Ronald McDonald theme. Weird!

1 comment:

Ira Hata said...

Hey Mike!

Why do they call him "Donald" in Japan when he's known as "Ronald" in the US?

On a similar note, why do the Japanese bastardize American movie titles (like renaming "The Book of Eli" in the US "Walker" in Japan).


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