Gyaruo


Thanks to Derek for sending in this video

21 comments:

  1. everybody is vegeta? wtf?

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  2. Vegeta Overdose

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  3. man just imagine how we could gain with this sunbeath machine... its turn caps in HAIR!! a salvation to all baldy man in the world!!

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  4. damn i totally like this?

    "vegeta what does the scouter say about his power level?"

    "what ru talkin about? lets go party motherfucker!"

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  5. i find this video quite good.... i think im getting an over dose of wtfjapanseriosly

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  6. Trippy.. Although they DO sing about eating mushrooms, so I guess this explains a lot.

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  7. 5 policemans in a single police car? wtf japan!

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  8. jersey shore meets dragonball z.... WTF!?

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  9. So is this a parody of something? I'm only asking because I'm sure it must have been their intention to make the most poorly drawn animation in recorded history.

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  10. Dragon Ball Z meets Superjail plus Japanese Music Video!

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  11. Reminds me of jersey shore for some reason, lol and the animation is like Liquid TV.

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  12. namekians at 2:22 lol..

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  13. excellent my friends, thanks once again

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  14. This is a pisstake of Dragonball-like animes as well as a subculture in Japan with it's members being called "Male Hosts" or something similar.
    Little info on Male Hosts here: http://www.cracked.com/article_18567_6-japanese-subcultures-that-are-insane-even-japan_p2.html

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  15. any body care to tell me what going on?

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  16. It's illustrating a subculture in Japan. Whether parodic in nature or not I can't really tell. Easiest way to explain it is the male version of the Gankuro Girl subculture...but there are many variations that have grown from this, both for males and females. I don't think 'Male Hosts' is really accurate for the particular subculture portrayed here, but that IS a similar subculture within Japan as well as a job. The lines between many of them are often blurred too, especially depending on the individual. TL; DR version: They're showing the Japanese version of gangstas. Really, really spray-tanned gangstas.

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  17. hahaha.
    where do I get the song?
    haha

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  18. How long did it take guidos to infiltrate japan?

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  19. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganguro

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  20. GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO GO

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