Tanaka:(whispering to Ma-chan) Egypt.
Matsumoto: Err... Umm... Egypt.
Murakami: Why the hell you say it like that? Say it like a soldier!
-- 23.08.2011, 03:28 --
Murakami looks like my mother-in-law. I know, but this drill sergeant bit really suits him. It reminds me of better days.
-- 23.08.2011, 03:41 --
Murakami: (looking at Matsumoto's uniform) Does your mother wash your elbows?...
Matsumoto: (later) elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow, elbow...
Murakami: (pointing) What is this?!!!
Matsumoto: Ear! *win*
Note: Hiza and Mimi (elbow and ear (you try raising a 2-yr old Japanese child)) have the same vowel pattern: frontal+frontal = frontal + frontal (i+a)=(i+i) It's a trick to make Ma-chan say elbow, but he beats that tongue twister, of c\ourse.