Sunday, December 21, 2014

[Radio] Arashi Discovery from 15Dec14 / Arashi Discovery del 15Dic14



Translation from Ohnodiscovery@tumblr
 

Good morning. This is Arashi’s Ohno Satoshi.
Here’s today’s thought of the day; come on!

"Finding fault."[1]

[BGM ‘Take Off!!’]

This is a phrase that means to search for other people’s weaknesses and to point them out. We also say ‘being picky’. 

The word ‘fault’ refers to when you cut fish into three pieces and you’re left with the head and the bones, and the saying apparently originates from when you pick at the little bits left on those and eat them.

I see. For example: (suddenly effeminate) 
"Oh? Are you someone from Arashi? How old are you? Oh my, you’re around thirty, aren’t you? How wild, are you filleting fish? Um, use the fish leftovers! I’m making Brazil - I mean, fish stew. Oh, what’s that? He’s disappeared, hasn’t he? Where have you gone, Arashi dude? Arashi dude! Where are you?"
(suddenly using a narrator’s voice)
"And so, according to the young lady, the journey to search for Arashi - ‘find Ara - began."
 [2]

Question! How many times did that young lady say ‘ara’?

That’s all. Man, that brings me back. It’s been a while since I did that -‘Question!’. It’s been ages since I’ve done that. It’s been about 3-4 years? Yeah, in the past I used to do questions. Yeah, I’d like to do that again someday. Yeah.

Sorry, that was kinda long and drawn-out. I was just reading what was written! I was diligently practising, after all. I was being diligent about it, saying each of those. So on that note, how many times did I say it? I’ll leave that to you.

Fish leftovers, huh? But well, fish stew… When I received red Pacific sea bream and stuff, I’d have the head left over and use that to make fish stew. It was extremely tasty, that was.

Well, using the ingredients from scratch is the best, that’s why it’s tasty. So after drinking the fish stew and then at a certain point, you get rid of all the fine bones and then add in miso. Made it into miso soup and then drank it for breakfast.

Mm. Stylish, aren’t I? (laughs) 

I like that. It was so tasty that I’ll never forget about red Pacific sea bream. 

That was the first time I’d removed the teeth of one, too. Man, that was interesting. The teeth - just the teeth were left. I dried them out and then made an interesting sculpture with it. I like fish teeth! That’s right, so someday, my favourite would be shark teeth… So someday, I’ll catch a shark. I’ll remove the top and bottom jaws and I’d like to make something out of it.

Maybe something like a keychain. Mm. It’d be kinda dangerous though, all spiky like that! (laughs) But kinda seems like I could make that, right? I’m aspiring to that. I love the movie ‘Jaws’, after all. So often, they have that. And then I’d love to try that someday. 

So before that, I’ve gotta catch a shark. Someday I’ll make that happen. I’ll report to you when that time comes!


That’s all; this was Ohno Satoshi! 

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