Exactly and there are people lke that they are health freaks and instad of enjoying food they could tell you what you are eating is bad etc etc. Like the keto followers
@kitty71 Don’t even get me started on vegans 🤢🤮
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Do you also like the taste of swine, mmm taste good dont they!
@Jackieboi When you ask about "swine," are you referring to 1. the animal formally known as Sus domesticus,2. low born humans who have no class, or3. Students Wildly Indignant about Nearly Everything?
Im talking about bacon, entrecôte, ham, sausages, pork filés and chops, spare ribs etc. Tf man what kind of eating habits do you have to suggest humans and students.
@Jackieboi Someone who speaks English as there native language would never ask if you like the taste of "swine." They would ask if you like "pork." I assumed that you meant something different, not in a literal sense, by choosing the words that you chose. I just noticed that you are from Germany. Now your word choice makes sense!
I chose swine because it sounds more dirty to vegans and because thats what muslims tend to call it, again because of its negative implications. So i wanted to wear "my shame" with pride. Keep in mind it was meant as a cliffnote to what you originally wrote. Like a "well if she's muslim or vegan (or any group of people that strictly stay away from meat) were gonna have a hard time making it work all the time cause i f love meat. Sorry for the confusion.
Hi I just visited Tokyo this summer! Sorry had to mention that because you reminded me of my trip there lol
@Kit_Kat88 Hope you enjoyed it! :-)
I did! Are the Japanese really that friendly? I got treated so much better there and the women's fashion sense is amaaaazing
I see less trashy outfits haha
@Kit_Kat88 Sometimes it can be a bit two-faced, like someone serving you being so polite even if they don't like you at all. But it can make it a lot easier to make friends since say someone just starts off being super polite as a courtesy. That makes it easier to start chatting with them and work towards friends. I think the overall kind of social etiquette is very conducive towards finding friends, but sometimes a bit inhibiting when it comes to asserting ourselves. Sometimes you have to get a Japanese person drunk to figure out their true mind. :-D
@Kit_Kat88 Actually that's something that gave me culture shock when I first started living in the US. People talked about the notion of "fake kindness". And that was an alien concept to me coming from Japan. To me kindness is kindness, and there's no need to like a person to be kind to them.
It's true that it was easier for me to talk to them! How do Japanese men view dating westerners?
I feel bad for asking several weird questions sorry :) :)
@Kit_Kat88 >> How do Japanese men view dating westerners?I find Western women can be very popular here. The more formal type of Japanese custom though is usually starting as friends before dates (especially for more serious relationships) which might seem a bit different from the West, although some Japanese are starting to go right from acquaintance to date. But if you're interested in dating a Japanese guy, probably the best way is finding a mixed friend group and hang out a lot together and show some interest in one if you like him.
Next time I go to Tokyo, I'll try to meet new people! I didn't have much time to make friends because I was being a tourist hahaha
I dated a girl who made salmon patties and although I thought it was discusting, I do miss the experience of eating them with her.
You should expand your palate.
What should I expand to?
I don't like actual food.
Give it another try.
I'll go vegan instead.
I told you that in confidence. 😑😂