Japanese culture is overrated and Japanese people are overly judgmental of others Why are japanese so judgmental? ↗
@Tea-Spaghetti Well, everyone's got different tastes. I feel lucky to have been exposed to a lot of Japanese culture and community in a genuine way. Xenophobia is common in Japanese culture, but when you're kept isolated from the world for such a long time, that's kinda to be expected. It's easy to see the reason why when you consider their history and the fact that a lot of tourists who visit them break their normal expectations of behaviour. I'd be happy to be able to connect with my friends who've moved back to Japan, and to reconnect with some of the musicians I've met over my years of performing. Maybe even learn to play okedo with a pro.There's so many new things to see. It might be overrated to everyone else, but as long as I enjoy it, I don't give a fuck. 😄
You could say that about many horrific things doesn’t make it right. Japanese culture is evil and wrong to outsiders.
Weird take, but okay.
It’s not weird it’s fact. You’re just a uncultured Canadian I guess. It’s not like you’re Asian so you wouldn’t understand.
Ha ha ha! I actually am Asian, just not Japanese.Why, are you Asian?
Are you Indian?
Heheheh thanks for MH
I hate you all... she literally said nothing lol
@R3DthatDude Hehe I got it cuz I'm special <3 <3
Thanks for mho!
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Ought to visit Thailand! You'd love Phuket the most! Been there last year. It has an out of the world vibe! Pretty cool beaches and islands nearby as well. If you ever intend to visit Thailand, I'd be more than happy to help you.
You should visit China too it is also good
Haha, I recommend Gothemburg or Malmö, largest concentrations of dark haired men ;)
There is a place called Gothemburg in sweden? Its like Gotham hahah
Well yeah, I suppose XD It's our second largest city. Also known as "little London".
It has historical ties with London, it used to be the headquarters of the Swedish East India Company that competed with the British company. And overall has a similar culture to London I think. It also shares the feature of being a westerly port-city.
Ohh thats really interesting. I thought only the brits and hollanders had companies in india
Oh there were many more, a Danish one as well. They just didn't last long in competition with the big dogs like the Dutch and English.
You're probably then not aware that Sweden was also an Empire in the 17th and 18th century, with minor colonies in America, Africa and Asia. Sweden also boasted the most feared and unstoppable military of its time, the Carolean army.
Oh i see:) there is always more to learn haha
Whaaat? I thought the biggest sweden went was when you had Norway
Haha, no, besides those colonies we also controlled several German states, we controlled Finland for nearly 600 years beginning in the 13th century, and we also ruled the Baltic countries. If you travel to some German cities you'll still see the Swedish crest on the town halls.
Wow, i just realized i dont know a single fact about sweden haha
There are many videos on youtube that have simplified the 1000's years worth of history and is easily understandable should you be interested. :)
Vegas is one of my least favorite cities and I have been most places.
I'm not going for the people (I don't even speak Japanese, So idc about them) but for the places, food and anime.
@Tea-Spaghetti that's your opinion. You could say that about any country
No you can’t.