Challenging random Japanese to say “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”. Can they?

Challenging random Japanese to say “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”. Can they?


Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Hey guys! I am able to say Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious now I hope I just got this right but can Japanese people on the streets of Tokyo do the same? We’re gonna go and challenge them. So CathyCat is gonna head off to the streets of Tokyo and Ask Japanese. Name me a word that you think is really long. I can only think of “Congratulations.” – Good one And you? – Thursday. The spelling! On that note, here comes a super long English word. It looks sickening. – Is that one word? Supercalifragili… SEX… dolce… say. – Give it a go. – What? Super Califlower Kore Diss Filali Docious. No clue. – Let’s read the Katakana for it Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Good job So I’m sure you don’t know what it means Guess what it could be. – An animal or not. Docious… maybe it’s a mythical animal. Like a dragon. Going to “Ikispiari” You mean that part of Disney? You are kind of close. This word appears in a Disney Movie. What? – Marry Poppins. – What was that again Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious – What? Do you not know it? – Nope Have you heard about it – I have! – Where? At Disneyland! It’s a mix of super wonderful things – I see Thanks for taking the challenge Please try and read this. – No way! – Super… Supercalifragi listic exp experit… OPTIONS. Super califragi listi su … don’t know. Pealito chious. – Let’s try this in Katakana Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious *sings* Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious have you heard this song? No – Not at all. – What does it mean – “I am a long word” That would be funny. I understand “super” in it Something is “super” something. I wonder what The “califrag” part sounded like “cauliflower” to me. No clue. What does it mean. – Truth is it’s from Marry Poppins It’s a word from a Disney movie. It’s being used in the song there “very wonderful…” and it’s a constructed word. Similar how in German you can construct words with nouns How good is your English? – Not really Can you think of a long or difficult word? – The word “difficult” was hard. – For me too. – Ta-da What? Supercalifragilisti…SEC pialidocious – Good job you’re next What? Supercaliflag… rilistics piaaaaaa lidoshi au.. ssss. – Well done. Here is the Katakana… Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Wow. Have you heard of this. – No – I think I have Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! – Ah! – No clue *sings* What’s going on? – You are right! It’s from Disney’s Marry Poppins What meaning would you give to that word? – Amazing Nice one and you? – Super… Something is super. Super super. – Because it starts with super? – Yeah How good is your English. – It’s somewhat Somewhat. – Well well.. -3 2 1 Ta da. – Supercali fraaaaa liste…. rriiiiiistic che se huh? Huh? Ri do cious. – Super Cauliflower? – Isn’t this a Disney song? Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! – That one. – I don’t know! Yayyyyyy we got it – I still don’t know it I am glad I got it. – I love it. – Because you’re a Disney fan. I actually have Katakana for you to read it. Let’s sing this… Ready Go! Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Dadadadadada – Don’t forget these words… dadada Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! – Bingoooo Wow, you are the first ones who know this. Many only recognized it after I was singing. You got it straight out Wow. – Do you know what it means? – It’s a magical word. – Right! Wonderful! – A magical word. – Good things are gonna happen since you can all say it now. – Yeah! Do you have a favourite English word? Orange Juice cause I like it. – Please read this… Well ok…. – 3..2..1.. Super cal frag super califrag listic I got it! Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! – Oh! The song! From Disney! What was it from again… Dadada – I have not clue wait guys That one! Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! – Marry… – Poppins! Mary Poppins. – You got it You’re the first boys who got that right today – We did it. Why did you know that? In middle school we had it in our music class as we were watching the movie and I remembered it. – Isee I didn’t expect that. So happy! Hey I am really happy that more than one person knew the song. I didn’t expect that. That was wonderful. Now let me know in your country maybe you have a different version of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Maybe it’s different. I am looking forward to seeing very long thing. If you don’t know how to spell it, try to spell it anyways and in the box below. I am looking forward to seeing your comments about it this was a nice English or not “real English” or does it count as real English? It was a nice little challenge, I hope you enjoyed this but we also have some serious topics coming up so don’t miss these. We’re gonna go and ask Japanese people about the declining birthrate in Japan so don’t miss those videos. 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59 Comments

  1. Wassup Cathy cat!!!! Woooow is hard to say that word lool
    Make another vídeo in german is a cool language but its a hard language lol

  2. Hi Cathy, are you gay? Your personal channel hints strongly at it. Is it a no no in Japan to be gay trying to make it in the entertainment/media industry?

  3. Would have been more funny if it was the actual longest English word: Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (a lung disease/illness) (excluding the scientific name of Titin because it's 189000 letters long)

  4. Random really long word in my language, hungarian:
    Megszentségteleníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért
    It means something along the lines of: For your (plural) actions of being unable to be turned unholy. It's weird.

  5. You should do the same but with foreigners and with the name "Jugemu Jugemu Gokō-no surikire Kaijarisuigyo-no Suigyōmatsu Unraimatsu Fūraimatsu Kuunerutokoro-ni Sumutokoro Yaburakōji-no burakōji Paipopaipo Paipo-no-shūringan Shūringan-no Gūrindai Gūrindai-no Ponpokopī-no Ponpokonā-no Chōkyūmei-no Chōsuke"

  6. Fun fact; though there isn't enough space on the board, you can spell Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious with Scrabble letters

  7. That's such an old song… it's from the first Disney made Mary Poppins movie from 1964.

    Ironically, how they keep saying it's just a long word, that's how I feel about how long all these Isekai titles that keep coming out lately.

  8. Although the people in this video didn't say it very loudly they still managed to sound precocious.

    Not the longest word in English, but I found this one today, hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, but I'm afraid that I have trouble pronouncing it.

    Is there any hope that in the future there'll be a reading of Gerard Nolst Trenite's poem, The Chaos?

  9. "lentokonesuihkuturbiinimoottoriapumekaanikkoaliupseerioppilas" and
    "epäjärjestelmällistyttämättömyydellänsäkäänköhän" long words in Finland 😂😂😂

  10. They should try long german words like "Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz" or "Grundstücksverkehrsgenehmigungszuständigkeitsübertragungsverordnung" XD

  11. Clearly you just watched Marry Poppins again recently; which isn’t a bad thing, it’s a good kids show! I’m a man who hasn’t seen that movie for around about 20 years! 😂
    Over here in the States across the pond, you pronounce it exactly how you pronounced it here in this video! You’re bringing back good memories, KittyCat, thank you! 😂
    And of course, your curled hair looked very pretty, cutie pie! ☺️

  12. Just Google: According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" is a real word that means "extraordinarily good; wonderful." In the film, the word is meant to be used when you have nothing to say.

  13. 「リュウグウノオトヒメノモトユイノキリハズシ」
    is name of a kind of eelgrass in Japanese.
    word in Japanese is basically short!

  14. When I was a child, there were two non-sensible words that I memorized simply because they were non-sensible. First was Supercalifragelisticexpialidocious when I was watching that movie, the second one being KAMEHAMEHA after I discovered the beauty and brutality of Dragon Ball 😀

  15. At first, I thought this would be kind of cringey, but I was pleasantly surprised at how many people recognized the song and liked it.

  16. That was actually a lot of fun to watch. It wasn't completely out of the realm that they would know the word, even if it didn't look like it to them at first.

  17. I liked the chalange, it was pretty difficult to pronounce untill i listened to the song, but it is really fun 😂😂✨..
    Cathy i suggest you to use this world next time 😁
    Cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthren
    Can you imagane it means cholesterol just cholesterol 😂😂😂😳😭!!!

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