Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Pretty please with sugar on


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INT. DOWNTOWN TOKYO - HOTEL ROOM - MORNING

Mr Me and Yasu are located in a tiny hotel room.

          MR ME
     So, if I want to buy anything, no matter what, I can use the phrase "watashi wo yate kudasai"?

          YASU
     Yes, or you can simply say "yate kudasai". It means "can I please have this" and can be used for anything. Very convenient.

          MR ME
     So if I want to buy something I can just point at it and say "yate kudasai"?

          YASU
     Correct.

Mr Me decides to go and buy some shoes, and at the same time test his Japanese. Yasu comes along.

INT. DOWNTOWN TOKYO - SHOE SHOP - DAY

Mr Me sees a pair of shoes he likes, grabs them and walk over to the male clerk.

          MR ME
     Konnichiwa.

          CLERK
     Konnichiwa.

Mr Me puts the shoes on the counter and looks the clerk in his eyes.

          MR ME
     Watashi wo yate kudasai.

The clerks looks strangely at Mr Me, without saying a word.

          MR ME
       (louder, while articulating more)
     Yate kudasai!

The clerk still says nothing, just looks at Mr Me, slightly scared. Mr Me turns around to get assistance from Yasu. However Yasu is no longer in the shop. He is laying on the pavement in front of the shop, rolling around while laughing. Mr Me me turns back to the clerk.

          MR ME
     Sumimasen.

Mr Me quickly leaves the shop and walks over to Yasu.

          MR ME
     You bastard! What did I say to the guy in the shop?

          YASU
       (while laughing)
     You said "Please fuck me, please fuck me".
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