Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
According to Kitaooji Daigorou school report, Madao is the master of the park. A creature with a beard and sunglasses. It sits in the park all day without work. But his teacher corrected him saying Madao is an unemployed middle-aged man living the park.
The abbreviation has since then been given several different meanings by different people
- MAru de DAme na Ossan - Good-for-nothing old man (Kagura ep. 16)
- MAjide DAsai Ossan - Really uncool old man (Oonishi)
- MAssa ni DA rusou na O yaji - Uncool looking old man (Job interviewer)
- MAttaku DArakushite Ossan - Really depraved old man (Job interviewer)
- MAttaku DAijoubu ja nai Okyaku - A customer who's really not alright (Otose)
- MAtomo ni DAkaretakunai Otoko - Men no one wants to date (Shimura Tae)
- MAttaku DAmesenai Otoboke - Fool who unconvincingly feigns ignorance (Okita Sougo)
- MAssugu ikite mo DAinashi na jinsei na Ojiisan - Old man who lives as he wants but accomplishes nothing (Kagura)
- MAmuDApAO - Floating Log, Drifter, Freeter, Famicon and Sinking old man. (Hingromaxon Cheif ep.204)
Meanings not directed to Hasegawa
- MAzui DAshi to Oage - Horrid bean curd
- MAji de DAkaetai Otoko - Man one seriously wants to date (Kondo Isao)
English translated terms
- Middle Aged Dumb Ass Oldies
Vietnamese translated terms