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    EasyV

    Trying to translate the title I get "Fried bean paste of raw yukkuri provided with stalks"

    Anyway, this looks like a story where yukkuri are exploited to make food for humans and predators
    I hope the details go more towards how yukkuri are cooked, rather than the screaming or wailing

    TosylChloride

    EasyV said:

    Trying to translate the title I get "Fried bean paste of raw yukkuri provided with stalks"

    Anyway, this looks like a story where yukkuri are exploited to make food for humans and predators
    I hope the details go more towards how yukkuri are cooked, rather than the screaming or wailing

    Don't rely on Google Translate.
    About the title, it's "(in some way) Fried stalk with unborn yukkuri". The "in some way" part is the 姿揚げ section in the name, which I have absolutely no idea what it is. Dictionaries yieled no results.

    captperv

    all the faces are so good !!! the bucket of fear, the hapless parents, SO GOOD. I can't get to story i can't read Japanese
    I like there little chicken coop type houses as well

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    EasyV

    TosylChloride said:

    Don't rely on Google Translate.
    About the title, it's "(in some way) Fried stalk with unborn yukkuri". The "in some way" part is the 姿揚げ section in the name, which I have absolutely no idea what it is. Dictionaries yieled no results.

    I wasn't using a machine translator, I just wasn't sure how to translate the sentence as is
    I interpreted 姿 as a single word, so I connected it with 付き茎の to make "provided with stalks", which is probably not correct, but I had nothing
    The dictionary says 揚げ is fried food

    captperv

    could it referr to them yus being "fresh from the stalk" "coming from stalks" or "picked from stalks"

    exitstrategy

    Wouldn't using wild or stray yus for human consumption be dangerous? Unless you keep them around and only feed them water until they are full excreted, they will be full of trash and whatever else they haven't fully digested.

    TosylChloride

    exitstrategy said:

    Wouldn't using wild or stray yus for human consumption be dangerous? Unless you keep them around and only feed them water until they are full excreted, they will be full of trash and whatever else they haven't fully digested.

    This guy is raising these yukkuri as specialized livestocks for karaage or whatever "sugata-age" kind of deep-fried food. He's feeding them properly, according to the story.

    exitstrategy

    Thanks, that makes a lot more sense. The setup is so ramshackle, it looked like the usual strays setting up shop.
    Mister farmer's carpentry skills are lacking to say the least.

    captperv

    exitstrategy said:

    Thanks, that makes a lot more sense. The setup is so ramshackle, it looked like the usual strays setting up shop.
    Mister farmer's carpentry skills are lacking to say the least.

    the less money you spend on livestock the more money you make

    Canttakeiteasy

    captperv said:

    the less money you spend on livestock the more money you make

    With that set up where his livestock are exposed to the elements, his yus would likely die to the occasional surprise rainfall and predators when he happens to be not around.

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    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    With that set up where his livestock are exposed to the elements, his yus would likely die to the occasional surprise rainfall and predators when he happens to be not around.

    nope, it's a DIY cage (prison) with proper walls and a roof.

    Canttakeiteasy

    TosylChloride said:

    nope, it's a DIY cage (prison) with proper walls and a roof.

    And huge square openings with flimsy ill fitting boards that should serve as doors/barriers?

    TheodoricBlood

    captperv said:

    could it referr to them yus being "fresh from the stalk" "coming from stalks" or "picked from stalks"

    Stalk-ripened?

    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    And huge square openings with flimsy ill fitting boards that should serve as doors/barriers?

    dude, just stop throwing guesses and actually read the work, it's annoying to explaing things one-by-one like this

    Canttakeiteasy

    TosylChloride said:

    dude, just stop throwing guesses and actually read the work, it's annoying to explaing things one-by-one like this

    I was talking about the picture. Seriously, look at it.

    RootBeer

    What is this, comment war? seriously, OYP needs PM

    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    I was talking about the picture. Seriously, look at it.

    Okay, I'll say it. These are the houses that he made for them in the cage/prison - they're completely enclosed within the perimeters, under a covering roof. As in, these facilities litter the ground of the cage and are used as houses for individual pairs of yukkuri.

    Canttakeiteasy

    RootBeer said:

    What is this, comment war? seriously, OYP needs PM

    Nah. Just the occasional misunderstanding. It wont get out of control as I am not the type to really press the issue unless it is my goal to troll a person (which in this case I am not).

    TosylChloride said:
    Okay, I'll say it. These are the houses that he made for them in the cage/prison - they're completely enclosed within the perimeters, under a covering roof. As in, these facilities litter the ground of the cage and are used as houses for individual pairs of yukkuri.

    If that is actually elaborated in the actual story that would really clear things up.

    Is there a english translation floating out there somewhere?

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    EDIT: I noticed something weird. The flan and remilia seem to be in tears while ripping Marisa apart. What gives?

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    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    EDIT: I noticed something weird. The flan and remilia seem to be in tears while ripping Marisa apart. What gives?

    They're exacting their hatred and vengeance towards the man onto their live food.

    Much like the other kinds of livestock yukkuri, the man also sells foodstuffs made of koremis and koflans at his resthouse; and the mature predators are kept alive for ko-bearing stalks to be farmed from them. But unlike the normal types that just cry in helplessness when their stalks are snapped and taken away to become ingredients for the resthouse's main atraction, the predators do actually attempt to fight back, of course to no avail. Seeing their children being cooked for extended periods of time would undoubtedly cause the parent predators to develop anti-yukkuritis, so as a form of mental care and stress relief, the man would occasionally release live yukkuri into their holding tank. This is when their pent up anger and despair got released, so they would be slaugtering their food while shedding vexing tears of helplessness.

    Note that the komarisa being torn apart is the same one as the one holding a stick with the conceited face in the upper left corner of the image - it's the typical "Je hewo Maricha wiww deshchroy je shiddy humansh cho bwing bach yukkuchi'sh happinesch!" kind of dumbass shithead, which somehow has managed to spawn in the relatively docile and obedient caged normal-type community. It attempted to attack the man, and ended up as stress relief for the predators

    Regarding the caged herd: their obedience didn't come from mere niceheadness, it's because their dosu are being imprisoned in a different part of the resthouse. Originally the dosu came from a nearby mountain to make a pact with the man, the typical "the interest rate is 100-0 in favor of yukkuri" kind of pact. So the man gave the dosu a good beating, captured the rest of the herd and turned them into livestock. The dosu was kept alive for farming stalks and kos, while the herd goes into the cage that I mentioned earlier. The peeled Marisa you can see in the bottom of the image is actually a ko-dosu born from injecting sperm paste into said dosu, and the skinned dough is to be cut up into dosu noodle.

    Updated by TosylChloride

    TosylChloride

    Ruukasu said:

    The two may be fighting over the koMarisa.

    you know you could've read my explanation, right?

    Ruukasu

    TosylChloride said:

    you know you could've read my explanation, right?

    Sorry, can't take it easy with sleep deprivation...