'omae wa mou shindeiru' meaning with interesting examples • 7esl

So the other day I decided to lớn look for a spicy meme to add to my daily vocabulary. To make me seem lượt thích a true intellectual. A true meme connoisseur.

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And I found it. Source: knowyourmeme

This famous line comes from a character named Kenshiro from the anime/manga series Hokulớn no Ken (translated lớn Fist of the North Star) which premiered in 1983 in Japan. Our protagonist, Kenshiro, is a survivor in a post-apocalyptic world where violence rules và the weak die. If you’ve watched any of the Mad Max movies, the world is similar to that.

Kenshiro’s purpose is lớn defover those who need help và kill those who would take advantage of the weak in any way. For example, in the very first episode of the anime, Kenshiro was desperate for water và stole some from a town well, landing him in the town jail. Later, the small town is attacked by a gang. After learning that the gang would kill all of the villagers, he broke the bars of the jail cell and murdered everyone in the gang.

That’s the kind of person Kenshiro is.

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Well, what about the meme itself? What does “Omae wa mou shinderu” even mean?

Kenshiro is well versed in a martial arts style called Hokulớn Shinken. This fighting style focused on attacking the inside of the body through various pressure points. After a few seconds, the insides of those bodies would explode, leading to a gory scene as seen below.


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The death of one of Kenshiro’s many victims. Source: Tumblr

However, when attacking these pressure points, Kenshiro does no damage to lớn the outside of the body toàn thân, leading many of his opponents lớn think he did no harm to them. Often times, the responses after being assaulted by Kenshiro’s moves would be “Your punches are weak” or “You hardly did anything to lớn me!”

This is when Kenshiro would reply:

“Omae wa mou shinderu.”

This means “You are already dead.”

He says this referring khổng lồ the fact that their pressure points have been destroyed already, & they will die momentarily.

Often times, the antagonists will reply with “nani?!” which means means “what?!” in Japanese (so whenever you see someone mention this meme on the mạng internet, be sure to reply lớn them with “NANI?!”).

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This meme has also been remixed lớn hell & baông xã in many creative sầu ways. I’ve included a few examples below.


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