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どんどんMCになっていく動画【her】

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    Translation & Subtitles: thoseguiltyeyes | scandal-heaven.com

    Hello, RINA here!
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    I'm filming in my kitchen for the first time.
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    I woke up and did my makeup. I still haven't eaten,
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    So I'll be making some lunch.
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    For some reason I've really been wanting to eat pancakes.
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    This is the pancake mix I bought.
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    I was really interested in this one.
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    I'll be cooking this.
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    This is my first time making this one.
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    You put milk directly into the jug.
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    I'm using this milk. It's my second one.
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    Meiji's organic milk.
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    Then...
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    You fill it up to this line.
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    Adding it now.
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    You have to put quite a bit in.
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    Shake it for one minute.
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    It's getting really thick.
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    I wonder if it's been a minute already.
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    I'll be cooking the pancakes now.
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    Done! They were done in an instant.
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    I'll eat them now.
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    Here I go.
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    It's been a while since I've eaten pancakes.
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    You want to eat them once in a while, don't you~
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    Here I go.
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    It's delicious!
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    It's really good.
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    I think I'll talk as I eat.
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    I've really been wanting to film a video as I eat.
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    I really like mukbangs. Watching them as well.
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    It's really good.
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    On my way back from the studio the other day,
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    Someone called out to me saying, "I'm a YouTube subscriber!" for the first time.
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    That really made me happy. It felt really fresh.
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    There seem to be a lot of people who know me from YouTube.
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    Recently I uploaded a weekly vlog,
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    And in the subs of the clip where we were all eating in the dressing room,
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    I put the names of my band members, manager,
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    And I also included our staff from "her."
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    More than half knew who they were,
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    But there were some who watched my videos for the first time and didn't understand who our staff is,
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    So I'll explain it a bit.
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    "her" is the name of our band's private record label.
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    The four of us established this label about two years ago.
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    We release our music and our videos through it.
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    We had previously been with the same label for 10 years ever since our major label debut.
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    When 10 years passed and were wondering what our next step would be,
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    We thought we'd try refreshing the environment in which we make music in.
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    We wanted to see what we could do
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    And thought about that a lot.
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    The four of us started from wanting to do something for the first time,
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    And we decided to launch our own label.
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    Of course, we had the support of many staff members,
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    Which is how we were able to launch it.
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    When we were deciding on a label name,
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    We had a rough idea of wanting to go with a name that let you know the label is affiliated with women.
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    We thought about going with a name that made that easy to picture.
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    There were a lot of candidates,
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    But the name "her" sounded the best to us at the time.
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    So, we decided to go with "her" for our label name.
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    We didn't fully understand what it was all about when we started it,
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    But we went with that name.
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    As we carried on with the label, the content of it began to unravel—
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    Rather, it felt strange that we were deciding things ourselves.
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    More and more we felt that we wanted to do was linked to the name of our label.
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    What we now know clearly
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    Is that we want to be a band while valuing being women.
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    That is what's clear to us.
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    With how things are going on in the world right now,
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    We've had more time to think about that we want to do,
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    And what we've really been thinking about recently
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    Is that it's very important that we ourselves feel happy.
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    There are certainly times when writing songs or playing shows can feel like a chore,
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    But we also feel that when we produce something good,
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    We can't be satisfied with it unless we go through hardships to some extent.
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    Continuing to act with even more freedom...
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    How should I put this...
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    It doesn't mean that we can slack off, nor that it'll be smooth sailing.
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    Being able to play music freely...
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    That's not something we realized even more after starting "her,"
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    But what suits our current pace is our label "her."
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    (This has gotten emotional.)
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    We wondered what we could consider as happiness right now,
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    And that's to convey what we think, how we live, and how we think.
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    Those who catch that can hopefully become a better person than they were before,
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    Like themselves for who they are,
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    Feel brighter, feel more motivated.
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    Having people seeing us like that and understanding what we're trying to say
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    Would make us really happy.
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    So that's why we think it'd be great if we could communicate our thoughts in all kinds of ways.
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    We've come to think that it's great to have many different outputs.
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    It's important to produce results,
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    But it's even more important to do something you want to cherish or what makes you feel happy.
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    (Is this a concert MC or what?)
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    This may also apply to YouTube,
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    But I really do like creating things outside of music.
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    I think of the best way to convey my thoughts at a given time,
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    And if I could do so in different ways, then that'd be great.
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    Whoever accepts them and decides to challenge themselves,
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    That could be a positive thing gained for them, which would make me happy.
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    If you have something you want to do,
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    It's fine to start small. Just go for it.
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    I don't think it has anything to do with age or gender.
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    I'm often asked, "I'm __ years old; is it too late for me to start playing the drums?"
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    I don't think it's ever too late to start playing an instrument.
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    You can do it at any age,
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    In any kind of way.
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    You should do what you want to do.
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    I'm asked things like, "How should I express my personality?",
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    But I think it completely differs for each person.
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    That's why I feel that everyone has their own personality from the start by just doing what they want to do.
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    We're all different from the get-go.
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    It's normal to think about what the results of something you do will be; what others will think of you; or if you can do something,
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    But you only do what you can do.
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    Rather, that can be an obstacle in itself.
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    But when you really try doing what you want to do, that alone will make you unique.
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    I don't think I can explain it well, though.
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    (This has turned into an emotional MC.)
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    This is changing the subject,
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    But "her" is the private record label that we established
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    And we are releasing music through it.
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    Really, I just want you to live the way you want to.
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    (We're at the finale.)
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    (We're at the finale.)

    That was really long, but that's really what I think.
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    It's easy to forget when you're just living your life normally,
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    But you know,
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    Imagine how many years you have left until you turn 100.
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    Just do what you want and live the way you want.
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    That's what I think.
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    (The continuation [of this MC] will be on 8.21 during our livestream. My 29th birthday & the band's 14th anniversary!)
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    Live the life you love! Be in harmony!

    (Live!)
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    It's the same for everyone.
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    Anyway... lol
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    That's it for today's mukbang video.
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    The food was delicious.
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    See you in my next video!
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    Later!
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どんどんMCになっていく動画【her】
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Japanese
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12:39

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