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巴士阿叔 (translates to Bus Uncle) is a video clip that’s been spreading quickly among the Chinese (Cantonese mostly) internet community. There’s even a Wikipedia article on it.
Watch the video (with English subtitles) (from ZUltimaZ) and you’ll see a very stressed out middle age man lecturing a teenage guy for tapping on his shoulder and telling him to not talk so loud on his cell phone. After the phone call, he turns around and starts stirring up a fight, by provoking him, saying how much stress he has, and ultimately forcing him to apologize and shake hands.
What was even more disturbing was the middle age man started cussing and him and saying 屌你老母 (f*ck your mother). After what seemed like the end of the conflict, the teenager told him that the problem was between them two and shouldn’t be dragging in other people, and the middle age man goes and argues there’s nothing with f*cking your mother. He goes, if I like to f*ck, it’s my business. If you like to f*ck, it’s your business. There’s no damage done when f*cking. It’s not like when I’m f*cking, I’ll punch you. That was the most ridiculous argument I’ve ever seen.
Among the “more videos” section, you’ll find a news report on this video as people try to analyze what’s really going on. Unfortunately, there’s no subtitles and I don’t feel like transcribing it. They even show a few remixes of the clip.