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Sanshin of Fairy Philosophy

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The Fairy Philosophy (妖精哲学, Yousei Tetsugaku), the Three Major Principles of the Big Brother, or simply "Philosophy" (哲学, Tetsugaku) is a set of three principles influenced by soramimi from Billy Herrington while wrestling against Danny Lee, from the film Workout: Muscle Fantasies 3.

The Principles[edit | edit source]

A graphic illustration of the Three Principles in Japanese.

They consist of:

  • The Heart of Admonition, represented by "" (kai, "precept"):
  • The Heart of Praise, represented by "" (san, "praise"):
  • The Heart of Tolerance, represented by "" (kyo, "tolerance"):
    • 許容の心, "Kyouyo no shin"
    • (Shikata nai ne, "It can't be helped.")

Collectively, the three-kanji phrase "戒賛許" (kai-san-kyo) are used as a symbol of the Fairy Philosophy's moral values, or simply as an amusing background meme.

The original lines[edit | edit source]

"Huh, like embarrassing me, huh?"

"You got me mad now."

"That's not right, man."

Authentic Gachimuchi Information[edit | edit source]

  • "Forest Fairy" (森の妖精, mori no yousei) and "Philosophy" (哲学, tetsugaku) were deliberately misleading tags used at Nico Nico Douga for Gachimuchi wrestling videos. The nickname "Forest Fairy" (also a Japanese slang term for a homosexual person) was derived from a scene in which Billy Herrington appears as a fairy coming out of a forest; possibly from the film Recharge!.
  • A cameo of the Three Principles from Plastic Memories
    A poster of the Three Major Principles appeared in an episode of the Japanese animated series, Plastic Memories. It can be seen on the right side of the picture, behind the man wearing a blue shirt.
  • Billy Herrington did not fully understand the Fairy Philosophy. Nor, did he ever say the mishearing for the line "That's not right, man.", but only for lines " embarrassing me, huh?" and "You got me mad now."

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