Spanish Arale-chan clip features pink jumping poop

I just discovered this lovely little clip of a Spanish rendition of Arale-chan. It’s not the original and I have no idea what they’re saying, but I enjoy the fact that it features a pink jumping poop.

A couple of years ago in my MangoBot column on, I wrote this little explanation of Arale-chan and the wonderful things I learned about being human from this funny little robot girl:

Arale Arale Norimaki
Birth year: 1980
Who she is: A purple-haired, near-sighted girl robot built by a kooky professor named Norimaki Senbei (seaweed-wrapped rice cracker) to resemble a real 13 year old human girl. She was created by Akira Toriyama, the same genius manga artist who wrote the Dragon Ball series.
Lessons learned: 1. To be fun and spontaneous. 2. To be honest about your compulsions. 3. That you can be female + completely non-sexual + still be the most powerful humanoid in the entire world. 4. How to launch pumpkin cannons and split the earth in half with one punch. 5. The art of the Japanese poop joke. (Even today, my favorite way to pick up my dog’s poop is by poking it with a stick and then chucking it into the bushes or a trash can.)

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3 thoughts on “Spanish Arale-chan clip features pink jumping poop

  1. the clip is in catalan, the language spoken in Catalonia
    This could be the (bad) english translation…
    Arare: This? this isn’t?
    xxxx: wait a moment… right now i will check it in the special edition about travels to the country of the magazine.
    xxxx: oh! yes! it is!! take a look
    Arare: AAAAHHH!
    Arare: This is a mountain poop
    xxxx: Awesome! nobody will believe it
    Arare: oh! it’s the real country! It’s exciting!
    [poop jumps]
    Poop: Silence!! Let me alone!
    Arare: it speaks!! it speaks!
    xxxx: i heard it too!
    Poop: go away! go away!
    xxxx: the mountain poop jumps!
    Arare: i didn’t know… It’s exciting!

  2. Good La Gandula did the translation, my catalan is very rusty and I couldn’t get all the conversation 😀
    Arale was quite popular in the 90s in Cataluña and Valencia, as it was translated to catalan and aired on the local TV stations.