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【28歳】モデルとミュージシャンのプライベートトーク

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    Translation & Subtitles: thoseguiltyeyes | scandal-heaven.com
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    RINA: Where's a good place to start from?
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    Seina: If we talked about our relationship, it would take way too long.
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    RINA: I'll be introducing my good friend and talking about a bunch of things.
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    RINA: First off, this is Seina-chan.

    (Seina-chan, where are youー😇)
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    (For various reasons I had to change the camera position, which cut off Seina-chan😇)
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    RINA: When did we first meet each other?
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    Seina: 4-5 years ago, maybe?
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    RINA: Originally, Seina-chan worked at a vintage shop.
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    RINA: I liked that shop and they let me buy things online.
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    RINA: Seina-chan would post videos on that shop's Instagram.
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    RINA: I really liked the atmosphere of them.
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    RINA: In the beginning,
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    RINA: I asked the shop specifically for Seina-chan to pick out stuff for me.
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    Seina: I remember that very clearly (lol)
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    RINA: Like, "A weird customer's showed up"?

    Seina: I was simply happy.
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    Seina: You ordered a lot of frames—eight of them...
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    Seina: You were like, "I want you to choose them!"
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    Seina: Something crazy happened after that...
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    RINA: That shop was in Osaka...

    Seina: That was the Osaka location.
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    RINA: When I went to a shop by the same company in Tokyo,
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    RINA: The woman standing by the register
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    RINA: Was someone who went to the same dance school at the same time as me.
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    RINA: I talked to her only a little bit when we were in school.
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    RINA: We were like, "Eh!?" It was a reunion.
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    RINA: And that employee and Seina-chan,
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    RINA: They were of course friends.
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    RINA: I was talking about how Seina-chan has such great taste,
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    RINA: And she was like, "I'll introduce her to you next time!"
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    RINA: And so the three of us became really good friends.
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    RINA: Then, I started to contact Seina-chan personally.
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    RINA: We really do have the same interests,
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    RINA: And we like the atmosphere and culture of places like Europe and Paris.
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    RINA: That was also something we had in common.
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    RINA: So we were like, "Let's go on an overseas trip together."
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    RINA: The first time we traveled together
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    RINA: Was when we went to Los Angeles.
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    Seina: Every day, before we first met each other...we were like of like boyfriend/girlfriend.
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    Seina: We'd talk to each other every day,
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    Seina: And then the first time we met was when I visited Tokyo.
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    Seina: I got to see her perform live.
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    RINA: That was when we played at one of the Zepp venues, right? I'm sure of it.

    Seina: Zepp Tokyo.
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    Seina: Seeing her perform live was my first time seeing her in person.
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    Seina: I thought she belonged to a world unknown to me,
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    Seina: But I was also really moved,
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    Seina: And I was like, "Is this really who I've been texting with?"
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    RINA: Was there a gap between how I sound in text? (lol)

    Seina: Yeah, totally (lol)
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    Seina: I met you in the dressing room right after, and I was of course nervous.
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    RINA: That's true; if you see someone for the first time while they're on stage...
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    Seina: This was a little different from how I had met people before this.
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    Seina: I felt grateful.

    RINA: Nah~
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    Seina: You were someone who shined on stage...

    RINA: It must feel strange.
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    Seina: You told me things like how you looked at my Instagram, and asked me to hang out.
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    Seina: It made me happy.
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    Seina: Right after that we went abroad to LA.
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    Seina: I was like, "What's going on?" (lol)

    RINA: We were together for quite a bit.
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    RINA: We both liked vintage things,
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    RINA: So we went around to vintage shops all day.
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    RINA: We went around to so many shops every day that we had no strength left.
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    RINA: When we went home, our suitcases were full of clothes we bought.
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    RINA: That's so nostalgic (lol)
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    Seina: We made sure to have fun on that trip (lol)
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    RINA: That was awesome.
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    Seina: After that we hung out regularly, and we also went to Paris.
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    RINA: We did go to Paris.
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    RINA: I made a style book, and at that time,
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    RINA: I also wanted to do a page where I'd be styled by people I like.
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    RINA: The rest of the book featured all of my own clothing,
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    RINA: But for the styling page Seina-chan helped out,
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    RINA: I had her put together a really cute outfit that I wouldn't have been able to put together myself.
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    Seina: That's so nostalgic.
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    RINA: You brought accessories too.
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    RINA: That was fun too.
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    Seina: I also gave advice.
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    Seina: You were also someone who was a huge turning point in my life.
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    RINA: That makes me so happy to hear!
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    RINA: You originally lived in Wakayama Prefecture,
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    RINA: And when you moved to Tokyo you contacted me,
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    RINA: And you were unsure of moving here.
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    RINA: I remember that clearly.
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    RINA: I was in the middle of a tour then.
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    Seina: Ah, really?
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    RINA: You texted me asking if you could call me for advice,
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    RINA: I was like, "What should I do?"
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    RINA: I called you from a hotel we were at before the tour started.

    Seina: Seriously? (lol)
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    RINA: You asked me what you should do about moving to Tokyo.
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    RINA: What you wanted to do was very clear,
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    RINA: And since it'd be easier to do your work in Tokyo,
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    RINA: We talked about how it'd definitely be better if you came to Tokyo.
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    Seina: I'm doing now because I'm here.
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    RINA: Yeah, certainly.
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    RINA: It'd be best for you to have a place to work at right after moving here,
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    RINA: Which is something you talked about with me too,
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    RINA: So since I have an apparel brand,
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    RINA: I asked her if she'd like to work at its shop.
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    Seina: I helped out at the FEEDBACK shop.
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    RINA: Also, besides having the same likes,
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    RINA: We both had the same home environments and the desire to contribute to our company.
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    RINA: We wanted to start some kind of project together,
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    RINA: One that could provide support to women or people who need help.
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    RINA: We've recently been talking about doing a project like that,
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    RINA: And now we're getting to start that project.
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    Seina: We've been wondering for several years when we could do this together.
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    Seina: We really got to know each other,
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    Seina: And that we had similar home environments.
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    Seina: Then COVID-19 happened
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    Seina: And we were really frustrated.
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    Seina: We were wondering if there was anything we could do right now,
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    Seina: And we were like, "How about making that project a charity?"
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    Seina: We're just not making "collaborative" items.
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    Seina: It made me happy that we both had the same feelings about it because it's for charity.
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    Seina: It's not about simply making things.
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    Seina: We decided to make these collab items after first wanting to do some charity and help people out,
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    Seina: So of course we're also thinking of good products we could do right now.
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    Seina: It'd make us happy if people understood our feelings,
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    Seina: And if there's an increase in people who turn their attention to things like this.
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    Seina: We're conveying to all kinds of people that working together rather than alone,
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    Seina: And also understanding each other are bigger than just the two of us.
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    RINA: We don't think that what we're doing will make things bigger and better,
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    RINA: And that everything will be solved.
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    RINA: However, by starting to dispatch things and continuing to do so,
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    RINA: It could be a chance for people who weren't aware of things like that to consider them.
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    RINA: We really hope it'll turn out to be something like that.
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    RINA: It makes sense to start now.
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    RINA: I was raised in a fatherless family,
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    RINA: And Seina-chan was also in same situation.
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    RINA: That's the kind of situation we grew up in,
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    RINA: And that's where our consciousnesses were heading to right now.
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    RINA: We wanted to do something about that.
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    RINA: It feels like things are finally starting to move.

    Seina: That's true.
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    Seina: Understanding that setting up a charity is something you want to do and then doing it,
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    Seina: And that's something that someone who feels like that and can afford to do so can do.
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    Seina: It's great to see someone like that taking action.
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    Seina: You don't have to be that kind of person who thinks they only have to do that once.
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    Seina: If there are even just a few people that can be helped,
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    Seina: I'd want it to reach people who are in the similar situations and feel the same.
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    Seina: If you bring yourself closer to someone who does even more amazing things,
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    Seina: Then it makes you want to grow too.
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    RINA: That's definitely true.
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    RINA: I hope we're able to continue doing this.
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    Seina: We're currently in highly-antipated production.

    RINA: Highly-anticipated.
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    RINA: We were just sent a proposed logo.
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    RINA: What should we do about that?

    Seina: I can't wait.
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    RINA: We also explained the purpose of the project to our designer.
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    RINA: On top of taking our feelings into consideration,
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    RINA: We had them draw up the design.
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    RINA: They sent us three proposals.
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    RINA: All of them are really good.
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    Seina: When should we announce the name of the project?
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    RINA: I'll announce it around the time that I release this video.
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    Seina: Ah, I see (lol)
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    RINA: I like the first [design].
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    RINA: The designer also left some comments.
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    RINA: Rather than wanting to make something cute and girly,
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    RINA: There should be a little more power in the intention of what you want to do.
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    RINA: My feelings follow those comments exactly.
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    RINA: 1 or 2 is easy for men to wear, and it's easy for all kinds of people to wear it regardless of gender.
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    Seina: It's also really easy to understand at first glance.

    RINA: Yeah.
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    RINA: "For the design for 1, the text is slighly on the daisy,
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    RINA: And that links to how womens' strength is both visible and hidden," is what their comment says.
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    RINA: I think that's awesome.
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    RINA: Like, for example,
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    RINA: We'd use character somewhere,
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    RINA: And it can be used for different things depending on it is.
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    RINA: Let's talk it over once.

    Seina: Yeah.
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    Seina: This one might be better for that.
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    RINA: If we go with #1,
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    RINA: There might be times when it's more suited for things.
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    RINA: Putting on pajamas...
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    Seina: Yeah..
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    RINA: Should see with data which fits better?

    Seina: Yeah.
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    RINA: So should we decide to do this?

    Seina: Yeah.
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    RINA: This feels casual in a good way.

    Seina: It does feel casual.
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    RINA: If the two of us do this,
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    RINA: It might start feeling more and more antique (lol)
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    RINA: We'd like that.

    Seina: Finally (lol) Things tend to end up like that.
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    Seina: Make charity-like things casual and stylish while also being cute.

    RINA: Yeah.
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    Seina: I'd want to incorporate that.
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    RINA: It can kind of be a sensitive topic,
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    RINA: But I think it's very important to be able to talk about it in everyday life,
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    RINA: And being able to talk about it casually with friends.
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    Seina: Those on social media who have surprisingly gotten an inkling
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    Seina: Are being influenced by the words.
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    RINA: That's definitely true.
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    RINA: Also, it's important to keep doing something,
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    RINA: Like continuing to say something.
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    Seina: We're also experiencing this.

    RINA: Yes, exactly (lol)
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    RINA: Since I hope to be able to show these documentaries on my YouTube.
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    Seina: We're at a cafe today.

    RINA: Yes.
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    Seina: We're taking it easy.

    RINA: This is how we always spend our days off.
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    Seina: Since we're both from the Kansai area.

    RINA: We are~
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    RINA: We'll never be able to stop talking in this dialect...

    Seina: Right~ (lol)
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    Seina: Surprisingly, it's actually comforting.
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    RINA: It's part of our characters.
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    RINA: So that's how things are.

    Seina: I wonder~
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    RINA: I hope you guys will continue to follow this project while anticipating what it's going to turn out like.
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    RINA: That's it for today.
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    RINA & Seina: Thank you~!
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    Seina: Thanks for having me~!
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    RINA: Seina-chan also started her own YouTube channel,

    Seina: I did.
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    RINA: I'll put it in my video's description box.

    Seina: Ah, thank you (lol)
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    Seina: I'll also do my best to post videos (lol)
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    Seina: But it truly is tough to do. YouTubers are amazing.
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    RINA: It is tough to edit videos.

    Seina: Especially if you're a perfectionist.
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    Seina: It really takes a lot of time to do...

    RINA: Yeah.
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    Seina: While also being pretty difficult.
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    RINA: Let's do our best.

    Seina: Yes, let's.
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    RINA: I don't think I was able to take this video properly. I hope we're in frame.

    (We're not🥳 That's unfortunate!)
Title:
【28歳】モデルとミュージシャンのプライベートトーク
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