Can somebody please help me understand the following sentence:
I am having trouble with the part that I've bolded (じゃから).
I think so far that it means "What ever you do, it doesn't mean ???? "slow".
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のじゃから is the exact same as のだから; in certain dialects, the plain copula is じゃ rather than だ. This is also used in fictional 'role language' to mark a character as elderly or rural.
Related answer: https://japanese.stackexchange.com/a/39624/16344
The following list is great & comprehensive -- its stated focus is on recent Anime characters (キャラ語尾, kyara-gobi, Character-suffix)
じゃ == often used by 老人キャラ (old(er) folks)
じゃ == 老人キャラがよく使う語尾。