Reminder to Fox News: ‘Milk Blast’ is NOT a Japanese adult video genre | Pro IQRA News

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Apparently Tucker Carlson never read our explanation of Japanese vocabulary about breasts.

In a video posted on Fox News Website on September 21, host Tucker Carlson Commented on a high school teacher in Ontario, Canada, wearing a set of prosthetic breasts while teaching. A video of the teacher went viral, and Carlson asserts that prosthetics cannot be justified for the teacher to wear while working with minors, saying:

“This teacher recently started wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class in front of kids as part of a sexual fetish. In case you were in doubt, the purpose of the costume is to simulate A type of Japanese pornography that roughly translates as “porn milk blast”.

Regardless of the accuracy or lack of Carlson’s assessment of the teacher’s motives for wearing prosthetics, as well as the debate about their level of suitability for the classroom setting, there is a stark and final statement I can make here: ‘Milk explosion’ is not some kind of Japanese pornography.

So what’s the cause of Carlson’s spoiled linguistic confusion about lactose? Word bakunyuu.

Baconio Written in kanji. Also the safest to work bakunyuu The picture you will find on the Internet.

The first kanji in bakunyuuYou know? “Explode, explode, or explode.” It’s the same kanji that appears in it Bakuhatsu (爆 発), the Japanese word for “explosion”.

The second kanji in bakunyuu, 乳, has two possible meanings, one of which is already “milk,” as in the word gyuunyuu (牛乳), “cow’s milk”. In Japanese, though, there is a lot of linguistic overlap between the concepts of milk itself and its source, and 乳 can also be used to denote “Breasts”.

This second meaning, “breasts” bakunyuu denotes, and therefore the literal translation is not “explosive milk”, but “explosive breasts”. This is a figurative “explosion”, by the way, in the sense of breasts that are dynamic, and exponentially large, so the natural translation would be “Huge breasts,” Although if you wanted to be colorful I suppose you could use something like ‘basongas’.

Aside from Carlson’s mistranslation, the connection bakunyuu Kind of pornography and, ironically, belittles the word. It’s like saying that “big boobs” is a type of porn, ignoring that the term has meaning and is used outside of the porn discussion.

As for how Carlson, or his research associates, felt that “milk explosion” was an acceptable accurate translation, it is hard to say. until clogged bakunyuu In Google translation spit out “huge breasts”, not “exploding milk”.

▼ Wow, two are safe to work with bakunyuu Pictures in one article!

However, the phrase “milk blast” sounds like just the kind of thing that will come back to machine translation, especially a program that gets confused when it runs with a term that can’t be found in any established Japanese-English language. The dictionary he uses as his knowledge base and just decides to translate each kanji separately.

That still leaves the question, though, of how Fox News came up with the word bakunyuu in the first place, and why they chose to associate it with the teacher’s story.. It’s not like Japan is the only country that has a term meaning “huge boobs,” and bakunyuu It does not include any implied indication that the exploding large breasts are prosthetics. It suffices to make one wonder if someone with personal experience browsing Japanese adult video sites with the help of some substandard machine translation software stumbled across the mistranslation of “explosive milk”, starting with a series of misconceptions that eventually made it to Carlson and on air while the video.

However, it is strange to make a mistake, especially after I explained it bakunyuuplus a lot of other Japanese words to talk about boobs, here on SoraNews24 a long time ago.

Video source: Fox News via Anime News / Kim Morrissey
Top photo: Bakotasu (edited by SoraNews24)
Insert photos: SoraNews24, Google
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