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My DVD is out!!

I did the voice of Kenneth (in the hat), the kid, and the old man for this original animated DVD. It's a comedy called "The "Why?" Brothers". In the extras, I play the main character in a mock-umentary about a foreigner working in Japan who mistakenly uses extremely dirty language in several situations.  I originally got involved when I was asked to translate the script. I got very creative and extremely colorful with my metafers (ie. dirty language). I'll probably become as the go to guy for smut talk now.

Here is a clip from the main deal:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8I_m_039jE


The language is NOT for the kiddies or the faint of heart!


Here is a clip from the special features:

I hope u rush out and buy it!

BTW, if you know some Japanese but aren't familiar with the word "nikubo" it is literally "meat-stick" which is slang for... You figger it out.

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