43rd (OA November 26th 2008)
Yamada Rysuke x Chinen Yuri
Japan’s Youngest Problem Solver
Chinen: Good evening, this is HS7’s Chinen Yuri
Yamada: Good evening, this is Yamada Ryosuke
Chinen: Okay. I suppose there’s mini-information in again, today.
Yamada: Like I said before, what‘s the mini-information?
Chinen: It’s written on here
Yamada: What’s the mini-information!
Chinen: Because it’s written on here
Yamada: They don’t know that
Chinen: Oh, it’s not written here. Not written
Yamada: Not at all, there’s nothing written there
Chinen: It’s information from me
Chinen: Today is January 10…. Oh it’s November
Yamada: It’s November 26th
Chinen: So it’s November 26th
Chinen: It’s a day of good baths. Good bath day. Good bath ay.
Yamada: Good …. 1126 read as good…
Chinen: Good bath
Yamada: Equals good bath day?
Yamada: I see
Chinen: This corner isn’t about how expensive your bath is.
Yamada: Tha.. what do you mean by expensive baths?
Chinen: Hmm, what? It says here, how long do you two take a bath for? What do you do in your bath?
Yamada: Ehh, you’re going to ask this? At this time?
Chinen: I’m going to ask this? How long do you take a bath?
Yamada: How long? But I do soak in the hot water …. But if it’s shower then, 5 minutes
Chinen: How many hours?
Yamada: How many hours? I was going to say 30 minutes. Hmm…. I think it’s good to only soak in the bath for 30 minutes
Chinen: Well, it’s about 15 minutes for me
Yamada: That’s short
Chinen: Yeah, I might get dizzy from the heat (girly)
Yamada: Might get, who are you supposed to be?! Who are you!?
Chinen: Well, I singing along sometimes
Yamada: Oh I know.
Chinen: Alone, you know. What do you do in the bath?
Yamada: Why are you asking this!?
Chinen: What do you do in your bath?
Yamada: In the bath? Ummm… Chinen can answer first
Chinen: I… sing a lot, quite a lot
Yamada: That’s it?
Chinen: I close my eyes and sing then, when I realize I’d be sleeping
Yamada: In the bathtub?
Chinen: I’d get dizzy from the heat and it’s so hot, really hot.
Yamada: But, after you get dizzy from the heat. After getting dizzy from the heat sounds weird but do you know the refreshing feeling you get when you get out after you’ve been in the bathtub for a long time!?
Yamada: Re-freshing! Sort of. Like an oasis!
Chinen: I know. I know but
Yamada: Yeah. You know-be. That’s a great feeling
Chinen: It is good, it is good!
Yamada: It’s great
Chinen: It’s great
Yamada: I told you
Chinen: I was thinking about getting started soon
Chinen: It is once again that corner which you get to hear our serious side
Yamada: Please listen to us until the end
Japan’s Youngest Problem Consultant
Yamada: It is a problem consultant corner. Problem consulting is what a person with rich experience in life would do. But! We, the young people would like to answer them in a serious matter. It’s a corner where we learn about life as we listen to the listener’s problems.
Chinen: Okay, then I’ like to start introducing today’s problem
Chinen: It’s from penname Cherry san
Yamada: Oh! It came!
Chinen: Already Cherry from the start
Yamada: Ah, okay okay. That’s enough. Let’s go
Chinen: Okay, from Cherry san.
Chinen: “Nice to meet you everyone from HS7”
Yamada: Nice to meet you too
Chinen: “Excuse me but…” oh that’s not on here
※Translated 「僭越ですが。。」to “Excuse me but…” even though it’s literally translates into “It’s rude of me but…” I’m not really sure which is more appropriate. Btw, this is a famous line from scrap teacher.
Yamada: That’s totally not on there
Chinen: “I have a problem”
Yamada: What would that be?
Chinen: “I am in student council and I work with the upper classmen with donation or cleaning operation. Without caring about gender, I get along with my upperclassmen as we go out to play sometimes and they are upperclassmen that I look up to but I’ll become a new member soon. My friend, who I used to do it with, has lessons and I’ll be the only new member. I was able to work because the seniors gave me orders but I’ll be the senior gathering up everyone this time…”
Yamada: That’s serious
Chinen: “I’ll be the only experienced person and I’m worried whether I can gather everyone up well and enjoyably. How can I gather everyone up well and enjoyably?”
Yamada: Let’s see…
Chinen: “Congratulation Yuto kun, Chinen kun, Ryosuke kun, and Arioka kun on the drama appearance”
Yamada: Thank you very much
Chinen: “I’m looking forward to the broadcast. It’s rude of me * but I have yet to watched it” no no no. that’s not written here.
Yamada: I know
Chinen: “Keep up the good work. From Cherry”
Yamada: Okay. Well, for an example, JUMP can be one too. Yabu kun, he’s not the leader but that Yabu kun tells us a lot of things and you know, we get to have fun without senior/junior relationship because of that. It’s like friends you can talk about anything to? Without the senior/junior relationship. There are hierarchy relationships right? Like when we are active. So I think it’s important for the upperclassmen to give orders to the juniors.
Chinen: Yeah, because there’s only one experienced person
Yamada: Yeah, I know
Chinen: Ummm, I guess she’s the only one who knows the job
Yamada: That’s what we’re…
Chinen: Then, why doesn’t she just change stuff as she pleases? Like change the way the things are done
Yamada: Oh like with your own ideas
Chinen: There are ways to do donations too
Chinen: Like the way things are said. Isn’t there?
Chinen: I think she should think of a new way of doing things like renewing stuff that you are going to take over and teach them to the juniors.
Yamada: Hm? I’m getting lost
Chinen: Okay. Yama chan is getting confused
Yamada: Wrap this up Chinen! Go! Wrap it up!
Chinen: Well, why don’t you just challenge with your own way?
Yamada: Your way
Yamada: Please try it out! If anyone wants us to listen to their problem, please send us a mail or an email. That was, Japan’s youngest problem consultant.
Chinen: Please listen to a song for now. It’s HSJ’s
Yama-Chii: Chance to Change
Chinen: It’s already time for us to go
Yamada: We are waiting for your mails
Chinen: The addresses are…
Yamada: We did problem consultant today but if there’s a keyword or phrases you’d like us to say, or even a letter. We are waiting for them! This was HS7’s Yamada Ryosuke
Chinen: and Chinen Yuri
Yama-Chii: See you tomorrow !