Somebody Please Explain What I Just Watched

So:

Go ahead. I’ll wait

Okay.

I’m going to just full on admit that I have no idea why Hirano Nozomi (in her super sharp Billie Idle bomber jacket, no less) is in a playground made of tires, playing games with kids, while a Godzilla made of tires looms overhead and there’s something (from the title) about robots and rockets. It barely matters.

Update: Here’s a nice little translatoin from aasivaisv in the comments:

Since I was a kid, I was introverted, I didn’t really like talking to people nor much pride, I didn’t have any friends. I didn’t really have much fun when I was a kid. I don’t really have any good memories of it.

What do you want to say to people who feel the same way?
If you’re not a part of a community, it’s a big trouble, I think it’s really painful. However when I became an adult, the amount of people I spoke to increased. I discovered people I could talk to.
If you’re a worried child, when you become an adult you’ll probably come to have fun. You’ll want to talk to people.

Has becoming an idol broadened your world?
Even ordinary people with no experience can become an idol. I think it’s been good. It’s fun isn’t it?~

To kids who want to become an idol
If it becomes too painful then remember it’s okay to quit. I’d like to apart from that please keep studying.

Idols are pretty much always available for some weird stuff, but it’s the genuinely weird among them who strike the best chords when they’re doing it.

Aw. That’s kind of nice then. Good ol’ Noni.

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    • I wish this was a trailer for a full-length documentary about the hikikomori girl who became an idol babe, and who uses her social media presence exclusively for fangirling Sanrio and K-pop, and liking pictures of bunnies on instagram. Nozomi’s the greatest!

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  1. translation of conversation:
    Since I was a kid, I was introverted, I didn’t really like talking to people nor much pride, I didn’t have any friends. I didn’t really have much fun when I was a kid. I don’t really have any good memories of it.
    [What do you want to say to people who feel the same way?]
    If you’re not a part of a community, it’s a big trouble, I think it’s really painful. However when I became an adult, the amount of people I spoke to increased. I discovered people I could talk to.
    If you’re a worried child, when you become an adult you’ll probably come to have fun. You’ll want to talk to people.
    [Has becoming an adult broadened your world?]
    Even ordinary people with no experience can become an idol. I think it’s been good. It’s fun isn’t it?~
    [To kids who want to become an idol]
    If it becomes too painful then remember it’s okay to quit. I’d like to apart from that please keep studying.

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