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>Definition of an unpopular Girl
>A girl who is unpopular
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>>102215271
Are you stupid?
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Neither subgroup handled that well; FTW decided to pull a Commie and use 'UnpoGirl'. It's a case of picking your poison, but I think CR's was less bitter.
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There was no good way to handle that. It's the price you pay for relying on translations.
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>>102215398
Or they could have kept it as Mojo, since the viewer sees the word at the beginning of every episode.

It's not like the audience would be confused by a new word, when the show is explaining what the word is anyway.

It's stupider than when they called the swords in bleach "Soul Slayers"
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>>102215640
No no, I totally agree; I wish they'd just used 'mojo', but the fact is that neither translation did. So, given the choices, CR's is less stupid and obnoxious.
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You're reading it wrong because the subs aren't displayed properly:

"Definition of Unpopular Girl

Girls who are considered unpopular:
1...
2...
3.."

The japanese is exactly the same, except it repeats the term "Mojo" instead of "unpopular girl".
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>>102215640
Seriously. The word is some piece of Japanese teenage slang that even the character, a Japanese teenage girl, is unfamiliar with. Why do they think the viewers need to be able to understand it?
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>>102215271
The subs look misplaced.
Maybe you should get MPC and play it in fullscreen.



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