Take your pick for the pricks: the Jersey Jerkoffs, the Macaroni Assholes or more boringly translated by others, the Macaroni Rascals*.
The fun this about Japanese it’s wildly vague and in this case yaro/, which can just mean dude or rough guy but the nuance of this word is mainly negative meaning asshole, jerk, SOB, bastard, bugger, hoser, mofo, etc.*
MTV Jersey Shore ~ Macaroni life of New Jersey Assholes
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No.1 rated–The hottest new reality show MTV Jersey Shore ~ Macaroni life of a Jersey Jerkoffs has arrived in Japan at last! Check out their unique slang and pronunciation is being used on the show! Enjoy the following wallpapers, screen savers and English lessons!
*Ok, ok, some translation dictionaries like the Oldict.com translate this as “Macaroni rascals,” but do wanna believe a dictionary called OldDick? In the argot of Yakuza/gangsters, “kono yaro” literally means “that guy” or “those guys,” the actual expression is closer to “that asshole” in Japanese, so believe what you want. Come to think of it, I sort of like calling them the “Jersey Jerkoffs.”
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