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#254 - walkerjam
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#246 - tinglyturtletaint
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Actually a lot of the bidets in Japan are not built in. They are attachable but are just very popular over there. Anyone could just go get one on amazon.
User avatar #243 - hundrings
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If I had to squat like that every time I went to the bathroom, I'd be great at riding a dick.
User avatar #239 - YoursTruley
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the majority of these are not correct....
User avatar #300 to #239 - nightmareshadez
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The thing about the trains is true. Confirmed by a Japanese guy
User avatar #305 to #300 - YoursTruley
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unless im getting the meaning of employed wrong?
User avatar #304 to #300 - YoursTruley
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half of it is true, they are not hired to push people into the train
User avatar #360 to #304 - nightmareshadez
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User avatar #361 to #360 - YoursTruley
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i live in japan...i know they push people into the train but that is not why they are employed
User avatar #248 to #239 - Cobaltsushi
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I know the vending machine one is true
User avatar #251 to #248 - YoursTruley
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yea i said most not all, the vending machine one is true.
User avatar #236 - frankpolard
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there is also a cat cafe in vienna..
User avatar #257 to #236 - rinkusart
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Ich muss dahin ... Bin dieses Jahr eh in Österreich. (This Language is German.)
User avatar #258 to #257 - frankpolard
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Ich war ehrlich gesagt selber noch nie dort, aber hab gehört das es ganz nett ist! (This language isn't German)
User avatar #260 to #258 - rinkusart
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Es geht um Katzen! Es kann dort nicht langweilig sein. (This Language is Spanish Hombre)
User avatar #261 to #260 - frankpolard
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Eh! ich muss auch mal hin. Das lustige ist, soweit ich das richtig mitbekommen habe ist die Besitzerin Japanerin (This language is Japanese, konichiwa matherfackaaa)
User avatar #262 to #261 - rinkusart
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Oh geil. Eine echte Japanerin umgeben von Katzen. Mein schönster Traum wird wirklichkeit. (This Language is Zulu, when you read it Rückwärts.)
User avatar #264 to #262 - frankpolard
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Eigentlich ist es ja wirklich ein must-see, fehlen nur noch Schulmädchen und Tentakel aus dem nichts :p (This language is self-invented and encrypted)
#244 to #236 - anon id: d6d6d0ae
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Where in vienna? I have to know!
User avatar #247 to #244 - frankpolard
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here mah *****:
Blumenstockgasse 5 - Ecke Ballgasse
#306 to #247 - texassharpshooter
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Danke! Hab vergessen mich einzuloggen Wenn ich mal Zeit find, muss ich unbedingt dort vorbeischaun.
User avatar #326 to #306 - frankpolard
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Kein Problem!



Nettes Bild !
User avatar #250 to #247 - frankpolard
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1st district
#228 - anon id: 3166b116
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THE CAT CAFE - I WANNA GO THERE
THE CAT CAFE - I WANNA GO THERE
User avatar #227 - niggernazi
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doesnt japanese people eat cats?
User avatar #288 to #227 - matexius
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I don't think so...I think Thai people eat/drink everything...

Snakes and their venom, live venomous spiders, various insects, scorpions, cockroaches,... and yes, even cats, dogs and other cute furry animals that in the more western countries are considered pets...

Or so I've heard, read and seen...on TV...

I think the Japanese are more fond of fish...and rice...
Now that I think about it, most fetishes I have come from Japan...and that both frightens and arouses me...
User avatar #290 to #288 - niggernazi
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when speaking of japanese fetishes... have you seen eelsoup? its a typical japanese porno
User avatar #291 to #290 - matexius
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...Luckily... no...
I've heard of it though... let me guess...you saw it...
User avatar #293 to #291 - niggernazi
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yep, a friend showed it to me
User avatar #295 to #293 - matexius
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...And let me guess...it was the best fap you've ever had, when you saw it alone...

Guess Japan should be called The Land of the Rising Boner
User avatar #296 to #295 - niggernazi
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well i have never watched it since then actually. it was more disgusting than erotical and when she shat out the eels so they flew just made me laugh
User avatar #298 to #296 - matexius
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I guessed that much...I was joking anyway...
Seeing a chick insert eels into another chicks ass through a funnel... not exactly my definition of fap-material...
Don't get me wrong...if someone is into that sort of thing... I'm not gonna judge...what they fap/schlick to is their business
User avatar #299 to #298 - niggernazi
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we all fap to wierd or outright disgusting **** on the internet. but the gitl didnt do that for pornographic purposes, she did it because of art.
User avatar #302 to #299 - matexius
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Well...people say that killing is an art...so why the **** not a girl doing...well...that...
User avatar #303 to #302 - niggernazi
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artists are generally sick in the head and should be hung all of them
User avatar #307 to #303 - matexius
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No offence: You're kinda exagareting (might have misspelled that...anyway).
Not all aritsts are like that...I admit...some of them take it WAY TOO far... and get ''consumed'' by the desire to make it perfect... think that Sander Cohen from Bioshock... he's a prime example.
but...think about it... if artists should all be killed...then there would be almost nothing...making games is an art, dancing is an art, hell, Our Admin constantely re-coding, re-building and upgrading this site...is an art...
**** it...you posting your comments is...admitedely less of an art...but it still kinda is...

Todays ''modern'' art, just really sucks...
User avatar #308 to #307 - niggernazi
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yeah i might have over exagirate but almost all public art looks like **** and are made by some godamn crackhead scum for a lot of ******* taxmoney. the only art i allow are statues of formers kings and queens, not some multiculti hippie ********
User avatar #311 to #308 - matexius
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I agree... though I also like ballet quite a bit (my 1. crush was a ballerina so...) and ancient paintings and mechanical and architectural marvels...mostly like the Antikythera mechanism or... Machu Pichu...
User avatar #242 to #227 - thediamondhack
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i think indian people eat cats
User avatar #232 to #227 - auryn
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It's a walking buffet.
#226 - anon id: 49c1dc08
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In most Asian countries(preferably East and South East), major fastfood chains such as McDonalds and KFC serve rice with EVERY meal.
User avatar #220 - johnnyferno
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I remember when me and my family were on a trip to China.
Thos floor toilets were a ******* pain for my back and back legs.
On the bright side I got a bit of exercise out of it!
User avatar #219 - ivoryhammer
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I would go to that cat cafe every day. Why can't we have cool stuff like that in America?
User avatar #221 to #219 - areancoconut
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Because Americans are dicks compared to Nipnops.
#207 - gabpower
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#203 - floogin
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**floogin rolled image** damn japan
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#199 - atrocitustheking
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The sight of a Hello Kitty doll in fetish gear is one that I could have lived a long, fulfilling life without seeing. I can't remember a time when this image was more relevant.
User avatar #198 - kingxddd
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WHY ARE WE NOT THAT ADVANCED
#192 - michaelsam
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MFW cat cafe
#189 - sedativechunk
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**sedativechunk rolled image** I have a serious question. With those toilets that spray wash your asshole, did you still need to wipe or does it clean your asshole thorough enough? Because I would get the impression you need to wipe first but then that kind of defeats the purpose of it being there. But then if you power wash your asshole, doesn't fecal particles get everywhere (like on your ass cheeks)? IT doesn't make sense to me versus wiping if it doesn't clean you good enough.
User avatar #188 - Loppytaffy
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Most Japanese people know pretty good English. I challenge you to name one anime where they do not use English words/phrases.
User avatar #277 to #188 - iridium
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Somebody doesn't know jack **** about Japan outside of anime.

I've met a number of people online whom I can speak better Japanese than they can speak English, and I only studied it for like a year and a half in college and am not even close to fluent. There were only a few people who spoke good English when my Dad went to Japan, and he was on a business trip.

Most of them know some English, but it's comparable to like a year or two of mandated high school learning status.
User avatar #223 to #188 - areancoconut
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No. This is so wrong.
The majority of Japanese people are really bad at English.
User avatar #428 to #223 - Loppytaffy
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Fun fact, my sister went to Japan knowing next to nothing about the place- the food, the customs, the language. Hell she didn't even know that bowing was polite. She didn't meet a single Japanese person who did not speak English.
User avatar #432 to #428 - areancoconut
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Where were you?
How many people did you meet?
User avatar #445 to #432 - Loppytaffy
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My sister went, not I.
She was in Tokyo (I don't know which district, I just know she went to the Ghibli museum and did not take advantage of Ikebukuro despite being an arts student), and didn't speak a lick of Japanese, and given that she had to get trains everywhere and couldn't read the ticket displays and maps, she met as many people as she needed to ask directions from. She said school girls were significantly more helpful than police officers.
User avatar #446 to #445 - areancoconut
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I wonder how you define being able to speak English then.
Because first you said "Most Japanese people know pretty good English" and then you said that your sister didn't meet a single person who couldn't speak English.

Please tell me your definition of being able to speak English and being "pretty good" at English.
User avatar #447 to #446 - Loppytaffy
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Being able to hold a conversation. I feel it's the same for any language. I can understand a lot of languages, but I don't claim to be able to speak them because I can't give an original reply (you say "se på mig" I'm like "k"). If you can understand a language and give a reply outside of affirmative/negative response, you can speak the language.
User avatar #448 to #447 - areancoconut
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Being able to hold a conversion is good.
If you can give responses outside of affirmative and negative ones, then you can speak it.

Correct?
If so, then the majority of Japanese people are neither good nor can they speak English.
User avatar #449 to #448 - Loppytaffy
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Everyone my sister met could.
And what are the chances that she only met the 50 or so (and that's only the single people she approached; this doesnt' account for groups of hotel/resteraunt staff) in Tokyo that could speak English?
User avatar #450 to #449 - areancoconut
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Either she's a lying piece of **** or has no accurate recollection of the events that unfolded, or she was really lucky.

Balancing of probabilities makes me lean more towards the first two options.
User avatar #451 to #450 - Loppytaffy
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My sister isn't the lying type- she was actually really surprised and quite touched at how helpful people were.
User avatar #453 to #451 - areancoconut
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Did she mention that pretty much all written English is riddled with errors?
User avatar #454 to #453 - Loppytaffy
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Riddled with errors or not (even English speakers do that), they still spoke to her and gave her directions she could understand.
User avatar #455 to #454 - areancoconut
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Neat.
User avatar #452 to #451 - areancoconut
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Good for her.
User avatar #433 to #432 - areancoconut
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She*
User avatar #206 to #188 - languagexplain
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Japanese does borrow heavily from English, this doesn't automatically imply that they're any good at it. A lot of Japanese teens just see English as 'that stupid language we have to learn at school', but will still use English words/phrases because they've become naturalised into the Japanese language.

In some cases the words even tale on a different meaning, or are used differently from their English use.

For example, the word 'pinch' has become an excalamation of sorts to indicate that one is in trouble, where an English speaker would for instance use 'uh-oh'.
User avatar #193 to #188 - atrocitustheking
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I've noticed the same thing happening with Bollywood movies. They flit between Hindi and English, sometimes in the very same sentence.
#187 - swagexplain
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"for hours"
"for hours"
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**riggyrigs rolled comment #1095026 ** :
I assume you would have gotten it in 10 seconds if you did "Things that are annoying to close"
perfect description of japan