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1dcc456d No.4071

WOO WOO YEAH ALRIGHT!!!!!!!!!!

c3a6b3db No.4075

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WOO!

4852181d No.4078

>>4075
eansa med oss, klappa era händer
gör som vi gör, ta några steg åt vänster
lyssna och lär, missa inte chansen
nu är vi här med caramelldansen

8672a9ac No.4079

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>>4078
>eansa med oss, klappa era händer
バルサミコ酢、やっぱ いらへんで

5f972957 No.4081

What?

63407eb7 No.4083

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>>4081
Not sure where we lost you, but I don't blame you.

>>4075 is the famous "Caramelldansen." The song is in Swedish, but became popular as a meme in Japan with some of the lyrics being misheard as Kansai-ben. In Japan it's colloquially known as the "Uma Uma Dance" (potentially either "Horse Horse dance," or "Yummy Yummy Dance").

The first line of >>4078
>eansa med oss, klappa era händer
translates to English as "Dance with us, clap your hands,"
but also sounds like, "barusamiko-su yappa irahen de" (バルサミコ酢、やっぱ いらへんで), which roughly means "Turns out we don't need any balsamic vinegar" (in Kansai dialect, which is the region Osaka is from).

There's also an episode of Lucky Star where Tsukasa gets briefly obsessed over balsamic vinegar (or at least the words "balsamic vinegar") so there's a good deal of fan art featuring her with a bottle of balsamic, which is why I posted that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caramelldansen#Internet_phenomenon

36ba6a6f No.4084

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YEAAAAAAAA WOOO

3684d8ba No.4093

>>4083
>Not sure where we lost you
It's because I didn't know these >>4078 are lyrics. I thought some people were posting comments in strange languages. But now I get what the post is.



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