The speaker says the following:


He points to his colleague standing behind him who responds with:


I find the speaker's line very confusing. Though I've tried to look online I still can't figure out what しゃいどったで means. Can someone explain this to me, I'd really like to know what he's saying here.


It is 「しゃいどったで」 and not 「しゃいどったで」.


is a Kansai way of saying:


「はしゃぐ/燥{はしゃ}ぐ」 means "to make merry", "to be in high spirits", etc. The word should be in your dictionary; Do try looking it up. It is a common word.

The sentence-ender 「で」 in Kansai means 「よ」 in Kanto.

So, 「はしゃいどったで」 means "(she) was in high spirits".

「エライ」 means "greatly", "really", etc. in Kansai.

"Congratulations, both of you! She/This Girl was in such high spirits, saying she was going to buy a new kimono for the first time in ages!"

"Do you have to talk about me now?"

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  • Oh I see, thank you! I thought the は was just a topic particle here, so that's how I ended up confusing myself then. – Pinyo-san Mar 4 '17 at 15:07

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