Japanese Cats And Geese

Submitted by: nihil 7 years ago in Funny

Anyone know what they"re selling here?
There are 38 comments:
Male 35
"Aflac is an American insurance company."

Acording to this, Your kinda wrong. Lol.
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Female 412
Maneki Neko: The `lucky cat` you see with its paw up, usually for financial luck. Now they have made one in the shape of a duck (Maneki Neko Da-ku). Hence the duck in the video.
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Female 42
hence the Maneki Da-ku (Maneki Duck)
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Female 42
OMG one of thos lucky cats, in a duck version...
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Female 612
Aflac is an American insurance company.
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Male 295
Aflac for cats im guessing?
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Male 149
Yeah, I was gonna type about the maneki neko, which is a lucky bank, normaly in the shape of a cat ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maneki_Neko ).
Me-thinks that they`re trying to advertise for a bank of some srt, that would be called Aflac.
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Male 10,855
@sbuninja

So it has nothing to do with pet insurance?
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Male 558
Kawaiiiiiii!
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Male 9,306
Cute!!
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Male 50
Its insurance
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Female 168
It is saying that they are giving away the Good Luck Duck-cat (Maneki neko-duku) as part of AFLAC`s birthday.

”We invite you to have peace of mind" and to celebrate Aflac`s birthday- this is the kickoff.
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Male 10,855
...and yes I know it`s Aflac.
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Male 10,855
I`m taking a wild guess and saying that this is an ad for pet insurance.
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Male 143
Genious
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Male 73
There`s many in this series--it`s been going on for at least half a year here. You should be able to search up AFLAC commercial on youtube and find more.

And the actress, Miyazaki Aoi, who was the main star of a year long historical drama back in 2008, is absolutely adorable.
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Female 2,927
cute
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Male 10
It`s a commercial for Aflac.
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Male 1,002
We now have scientific proof that children singing is no less annoying in Japanese than it is in English.
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Female 25
"maneki neko" = beckoning cat. shop owners put this by the entrance of stores to bring customers in. it`s also a symbol of good fortune
"daku" = duck
so one meaning could be "good fortune duck"
or the aflack duck. not a goose!
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Male 25,416
Ok ,,, totally makes sense!
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Male 4,793
WHY CANT WE HAVE AWESOME COMMERCIALS!?!?
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Female 741
why can`t we have aflac commercials like that?
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Male 815
@angelmassb

neko means cat...so the name of that thing is "cat cat"?
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Male 5,194
Crappy motion work.
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Male 7,611
best aflac commercial ever, kicks the hell out of the ones here.
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Male 15,510
@McGovern1981

Yeah, that is Neko cat and its a good luck charm that will bring prosperity to the business
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Female 895
@ CrakrJak

aww I`ve been keeping mine in my bedroom closet..
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Male 14,332
@CrakrJak
I thought that was Thai I see one every time I get Thai food.
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Female 718
They`re selling insurance. I didn`t even need to look on google, for some reason I just knew... that worries me.
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Male 1,596
dats pritty distoibing
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Male 4,807
They are selling cat and goose flavored noodles of course!
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Male 17,512
Actually the cat striking that particular pose is a good luck charm that the Japanese keep near their main entrance.

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Male 372
freaky
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Female 999
*lose :-)
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Female 999
Aflac! It`s part of insurance, kindov. You get hurt, they pay you. Like $10,000 if you loose a toe.
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Female 165
yeah...aflac.
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Female 15
Link: Japanese Cats And Geese [Rate Link] - Anyone know what they`re selling here?
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