Some Japanese that you can learn from this video.
This isn’t a transcription, but should help!
Metals (metallic objects)
No, I don’t have any. (in response to the “do you have any metal objects question.)
鳴る なる naru
To ring out. The guy says, 鳴っちゃいましたからね a lot, as in, “See! It’s ringing! That’s why!”
Also, 鳴ってますんでね。(“Because it’s ringing, ya see.”)
Aren’t you touching (her) a bit too much!?
触る sawaru to touch.
なんか金属入ってますか、これ？ nanka kinzoku haittemasenka, kore?
Are there any metals in there?
I’m going to take a look. (polite form)
上を脱いで下さい ue wo nuide kudasai
Take of your top.
Because these are the rules.
What. Are. You. DOING!?!
You can’t wear it.
You can’t take her with you!
I went through the new security this Thanksgiving season and got a pretty frisky upper body pat down because I was wearing a baggy hoody. It tickled.
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