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George Nagaoka

George Nagaoka (ジョルジュ長岡, Joruju Nagaoka) is an AA character from 2channel's /news4vip/ board that was born on August 5, 2004.1) He has an intense love for breasts that he swings his arm and typically shouts “Oppai! Oppai!” (おっぱい!おっぱい!).

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Multi-line form

    _  ∩
  ( ゚∀゚)彡 おっぱい!おっぱい!
  (  ⊂彡
   |   | 
   し ⌒J
  _  ∩
( ゚∀゚)彡 おっぱい!おっぱい!

Kaomoji form

( ゚∀゚)o彡゜おっぱい!おっぱい!
(゚∀゚)o彡゚ おっぱい!おっぱい!

The 30-Year Swing

   ( ゚∀゚)x"⌒''ヽ、        鍛えに鍛えた左腕
   (|     ...::   Y-.、
    |  イ、     ! :ヽ      求めるものはただ一つ
    U U `ー=i;;::..   .:ト、
          ゝ;;::ヽ  :`i      今日も明日も腕を振る
            >゙::.   .,)
           /:::.  /;ノ
     ゞヽ、ゝヽ、_/::   /
     `ヾミ :: :.  ゙  _/

Alternate chants

Chant Meaning
えーりん!えーりん!(Eirin! Eirin!)
“Eirin! Eirin!”
A once-prolific Touhou Project chant that calls for Eirin Yagokoro's help. It's a reference to the 1:21 mark of “Flight of the Bamboo Cutter ~ Lunatic Princess” where it feels like Kaguya's theme calls for Eirin as the two have a princess-servant relationship.

It was further popularized by COOL&CREATE's arrange, "Help me, ERINNNNNN!!", originally in their 2004 “Touhou Strike” doujin album. Nowadays, the joke is dead and overdone. However, it should be noted that this specific variant was seen in the CIA's Vault 7 leak.2)
チャーハン!チャーハン!(Chāhan! Chāhan!)
“Fried Rice! Fried Rice!”
This is a chant for “chāhan” (fried rice), which was just a mishearing of Billy Herrington's “How do you like that, huh?” line. It comes from a Gachimuchi MAD of “Help me, ERINNNNNN!!” from 2008,3) so this simply became the Gachimuchi version of the line.
フウゥッ♪フウゥッ♪(Fuu♪ Fuu♪)
“Foo♪ Foo♪”
In the past, there was a viral, comedic song titled “DanJo” and this was the sound at the 0:47 mark.4) However, the arm pump is from a Vocaloid animation that some of you may be more familiar with.5)
ふーりん!ふーりん!(Fūrin! Fūrin!)
“Fūrin! Fūrin!”
A simple chant for Fūri Samoto, a female Japanese voice actress who has appeared in several adult-oriented eroge and visual novels.
神戸!神戸!(Kobe! Kobe!)
“Kobe! Kobe!”
During the Marines-BayStars exhibition game on March 3, 2010, “U.N. Owen Was Her?” from Touhou Project was utilized as a stadium anthem and the crowd just chanted for Takumi Kobe since he was on the field.6) The Marines won 4-0, then won the 2010 Japan Series.
ゲーチス!ゲーチス!(Gēchisu! Gēchisu!)
“Ghetsis! Ghetsis!”
In the Pokémon games, G-Cis/Ghetsis in BW (2010) and B2W2 (2012) has a battle theme that features a chant of his name.
AMEN†AMEN†(Ēimen† Ēimen†)
“Amen† Amen†”
Amen is an affirmation used by the followers of Abrahamic religions (e.g. Christianity, Islam, Judaism). However, all three are minor religions in Japan with Christianity being the most known of the three.
入院!入院!はいはい入院!(Nyūin! Nyūin! Hai hai nyūin!)
“Hospital! Hospital! Yes, yes, hospitalize!”
This is a mishearing of the chant in the background at the 1:13 mark of "Touhou Seisuisai", an arrange by “Innocent Key”. It's probably meant to be “nyūin” (乳院, lit. “breast institution” or “milk clinic”)?!
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