WATCH: Japanese Gamer Shows Off Bad Words She Learnt From Playing Dota2, Most of Them are M’sian!
You would think that playing games are a way for many people to destress, however, it seems that gaming gives them more stress.
In a viral video uploaded by a Japanese female gamer named Xiinya, she sings about what she has learnt while playing Dota2 on the South East Asian (SEA) servers.
The song is relatively short at 2 minutes and 49 seconds but the main attraction is definitely her stellar lyrics describing her “education on the SEA servers.”
Now that your interest is piqued, the education she was speaking about is the cuss words that she has learnt while playing the game. Here, we will list them all for you with where they are mostly used.
- Sohai (Malaysia/Singapore)
- Cibai (Malaysia Singapore)
- Pukimak (Malaysia)
- Anjing (Malaysia)
- Lanjiao (Malaysia)
- Putang ina mo (Philippines)
- Bobo (Philippines)
- Babi (Malaysia)
- Mak kau hijau (Malaysia)
- Bangsat (Malaysia)
- Du ma (Vietnamese)
- Kan ni na (Malaysia/Singapore)
- Niama (Malaysia/Singapore)
This list is repeated to an EDM backing track throughout the whole song. At the halfway point of the song where the bridge exists, she says a couple of lines.
“I meet a lot of noobs because I play in the SEA server that’s full of animals, you know?”
“Useless support, useless carry, use your brain, sir? No matter how many times you get mad, this is our server, this is our anthem.”
This video has gone viral on Facebook with more than 14,000 shares and 500,000 views as many people could relate to it.
However, there were still some netizens who believe that people should have more manners when using the Internet.
Well, if you can’t get enough of this catchy song, then you can listen to it on Spotify. Just don’t play it near someone as they might think that you’re cursing them.
Also read: Malaysian Professional Gamers Are Allegedly Earning An Average Of RM2.54 MILLION Per Year
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