49th Radio Show (OA December 5th 2008)
Nakajima Yuto x Chinen Yuri
Chinen: Good evening, this is HS7’s Chinen Yuri
Nakajima: Good evening, this is Nakajima Yuto. It’s Thursday
Nakajima: December 4th, oh there’s a mini-information in. 6 years ago today on December 4th, the move ET was released.
Chinen: ET was that long ago?
Nakajima: I guess it is that long ago
Chinen: That E~T~ thing right?
Nakajima: No, it’s ET
Chinen: I … have short hand
Chinen: Just got a shock [static electricity] there
Chinen: A little shock
Nakajima: A little shock. Wait, today is about movie so, do you have a favorite movie genre? Doesn’t have to be particularly a movie, can be anything. Like TV or..
Chinen: Genre? Well, a movie I watch have to have ARASHI in it
Nakajima: Such as?
Chinen: Like Hanadan [Hanayori Dango]
Chinen: Kiiroi… [yello]
Chinen: Namida [tears]
Nakajima: Movies like Namida, are my favorite. I don’t like horror movies but. I really don’t like horror movies so… just remember that. I really don’t like scary stuff
Chinen: Then I’ll be sure to scare you when I take you somewhere dark
Nakajima: No no no. Then, let’s start
Chinen: You’re the one who said your own weakness
Nakajima: Sorry… sorry
Chinen: Hehe. You’re so cute
Nakajima: Let’s get this started now
Naka-Chii: HS7 UltraPower
Nakajima: We will talk with the talk theme we received from you today
Chinen: I’m looking forward to the themes. Please enjoy until the end
Nakajima: This is a corner which we receive keywords of the talk from every one and talk about it! We’ve received many keywords. Then, Chinen, pull one out
Chinen: First one is…..
Chinen: Ta-Daa First letter is a 3rd year middle school of Osaka, radioname Richon san
Chinen: The keyword is “Osaka”
Nakajima: Osaka? Osaka, have to be takoyaki if you say Osaka
Chinen: Isn’t it Kansai dialect?
Nakajima: Oh I like girls who speaks in kansai dialect
Chinen: I see
Chinen: All the girls in Tokyo will start talking in Kansai Dialect now. Maybe they might start saying “it’s him-ya” or “it’s Yuto-ya”
Nakajima: “ya” I like that a lot
Chinen: Then let’s start talking Osaka… Kansai dialect
Nakajima: We will? Should we try it?
Chinen: Of course we will. Ready set
※Added some kansai dialect at the end for some. Not all are mentioned.
Nakajima: Oh! It’s Chinen-yan
Chinen: What… eh… what?
Nakajima: What? What do you mean?
Chinen: What’s going on?
Nakajima: What’s going on…. Nothing
Chinen: I see
Nakajima: Gosh, this is hard
Chinen: This is hard
Nakajima: It’s difficult. Kansai dialect is hard. Can I pull out the next one?
Chinen: Sure, fine with me
Nakajima: I’ll pull one
Chinen: Let’s keep this going [speaking in Kansai Dialect]
Nakajima: Are you sure? Really sure?
Nakajima: I’ll pull one then. Tereteen! Booon! Bonboon! Shakiin! From penname Yama ringo [mountain apple] san. Keyword, reading
Chinen: Let’s start talking about reading
Nakajima: Reading means… “Readin … reading book” Reading is… Reading is. Don’t people say autumn is the reading season?
Chinen: They do
Nakajima: Autumn, is all about reading after all
Chinen: Yeah, reading
Nakajima: Talking about reading
Chinen: What kind of books do you like?
Nakajima: Ah, yeah I was about to ask that
Chinen: Talk more
Chinen: What’s your favorite book? Favorite book!?
Nakajima: Favorite book? Like genre?
Nakajima: Favorite… I don’t read many books but, they had a drama on it. That, Galileo was it?
Nakajima: That was quite intresting
Chinen: That means if everyone on this earth read this, everyone will think they’ll be smart and that even not as smart people could feel smart
Nakajima: I guess
Chinen: It’s be a chaos
Nakajima: Yeah, I guess it’d be a chaos. Just read whatever you like. What do you read, Chinen?
Chinen: I don’t read
Nakajima: You don’t… oh … I don’t really either but I just said a book I read in the past
Chinen: I haven’t read anything in the past either
Chinen: Not that I remember
Nakajima: I see. But books are... easy to read when you go the time
Chinen: let’s move on
Nakajima: Go ahead Chinen san
Chinen: Penname Yamada san’s Anko chan…. Eh? This kid is Yamada san’s kid…
Nakajima: No no no…
Chinen: I guess this is the where I stop?
Nakajima: No no no no no, don’t you feel bad for her?
Chinen: I’m going to read it. Okay. Keyword is marathon
Nakajima: ma… eh? marathon?
Nakajima: Oh, oh okay okay
Chinen: Did you have one in elementary school?
Nakajima: Elementary school… ah, when I was in 6th grade. I remember doing it in 5th or 6th grade and being exhausted in the end
Chinen: it is exhausting
Nakajima: Isn’t it like, kind of like that? How you get tired of seeing the same scenery all the time? When you’re running the tracks
Chinen: I don’t like running in circles
Nakajima: I hate it. I’m so sick of it, like how much do we have to run? Gosh
Chinen: I don’t have any good memories of marathons so I want to stop
Nakajima: No no. This is what we received. Nose itching?
Chinen: My nose was a bit itchy
Nakajima: Talk more about it! She went through all the trouble
Nakajima: Okay? So, what is it? Yeah… isn’t it confusing to time?
Chinen: Or how many circles you ran
Nakajima: Or calculating
Chinen: You don’t remember how many circles you ran
Nakajima: It’s confusing. I’m always asking “how many times is it?”
Chinen: Then, you get out of breath. In the end, I never had any good memories so I don’t really want to talk about it
Nakajima: Like I said before
Chinen: This is it for this person’s “marathon” keyword
Nakajima: Sorry. We are still waiting for keywords you want us to talk about. That was Hey!Say!TALKING
Chinen: Please listen to a song for now, it’s HS7’s BONBON
Chinen: It’s already time for us to go. Please keep sending us mails for this show
Nakajima: The address is….
Chinen: From easy keywords to hard keywords, please keep sending us more! This was HS7’s Chinen Yuri and
Nakajima: Nakajima Yuto
Naka-Chii: Good bye… good bye… good bye
Extra: Next week on December 11th Thursday’s recomen. We will receive a message from HS7! With HS7, Murakami, Yokoyama. Going beyond the generation, radio mix. Next week’s Thursday’s recomen on December 11th is a must hear!