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#1735 - **lxaje rolled user ljxjlos ** 06/30/2014 on roll admin's name 0
#346 - Couldn't agree with you more stranger. I wish you the best of luck!  [+] (1 new reply) 06/20/2014 on Myths about Japan Part 2. +1
User avatar #348 - crispyfever (06/20/2014) [-]
You too!
#203 - 名古屋に住んでいる。あなたは?Also yeah, heard …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/19/2014 on Myths about Japan Part 2. 0
User avatar #261 - crispyfever (06/19/2014) [-]
Ahh Nagoya, nice. I live in Tokyo and go to ICU in Mitaka. If you chose to go to college here in Japan, Id recommend choosing one that is international. The students tend to be much more globally minded and are much more open to foreigners.

Plus during highschool, students are way to obsessed about getting into a good uni and are always in juku and stuff. They are also really uptight and suck.

Also Tokyo is where its at =)
#346 - lxaje (06/20/2014) [-]
Couldn't agree with you more stranger. I wish you the best of luck!
User avatar #348 - crispyfever (06/20/2014) [-]
You too!
#193 - 4) The school system is outdated -The teachers for one, se…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2014 on Myths about Japan Part 2. +2
#206 - Ken M (06/19/2014) [-]
For being a Utopia for tourists, it has a lot of downsides when it comes to actually living and growing up there.

Anyone saying you're wrong has never been outside the big cities.
#191 - 2) They're incredibly immature -I get that this is a matte…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/19/2014 on Myths about Japan Part 2. +2
User avatar #199 - crispyfever (06/19/2014) [-]
Haha highschool life. You got balls to try to integrate into Japanese society at that level. Japanese college life is wayy more relaxed and chill. ところでとこに住んでいるの?
#203 - lxaje (06/19/2014) [-]
名古屋に住んでいる。あなたは?Also yeah, heard that from some of my friends in another programme, seems so much more chill, especially the other students.
User avatar #261 - crispyfever (06/19/2014) [-]
Ahh Nagoya, nice. I live in Tokyo and go to ICU in Mitaka. If you chose to go to college here in Japan, Id recommend choosing one that is international. The students tend to be much more globally minded and are much more open to foreigners.

Plus during highschool, students are way to obsessed about getting into a good uni and are always in juku and stuff. They are also really uptight and suck.

Also Tokyo is where its at =)
#346 - lxaje (06/20/2014) [-]
Couldn't agree with you more stranger. I wish you the best of luck!
User avatar #348 - crispyfever (06/20/2014) [-]
You too!
#187 - Okay, so as this is a comp. about Japan, I feel this might be …  [+] (8 new replies) 06/19/2014 on Myths about Japan Part 2. +3
#193 - lxaje (06/19/2014) [-]
4) The school system is outdated
-The teachers for one, seldom have any idea what they're doing, it seems. I don't mean every single teacher, but when 50% of my schools teachers can't answer questions that apply to anything that isn't written in their book, something's seriously wrong. The english teachers are also horrible at english, so I understand why a lot of foreigners take work as teachers here. I'm not saying my English is perfect in any way, but when an 18 year old finnish guy knows more than a 40 year old teacher who has spent years teaching, there's something wrong. This also means that the students aren't learning what they should.

So basically I just shit talked a lot about japan, and there' still more I could mention, like schooluniforms and their strict laws and such, but I feel this is enough.
I might sound like I really dislike Japan, but quite the contrary I really like it here. Like many foreigners here say, there's good and bad sides about Japan, but the good greatly outweighs the bad.
If anyone has any questions I'd love to answer them, and if anyone's considering going as an exchangestudent in the future, do it. it's the best thing you could do for yourself, though your wallet will suffer.

TL;DR: Japan's schoolsystem's shit, Japan's still a great place, do exchange. Peace
#206 - Ken M (06/19/2014) [-]
For being a Utopia for tourists, it has a lot of downsides when it comes to actually living and growing up there.

Anyone saying you're wrong has never been outside the big cities.
#191 - lxaje (06/19/2014) [-]
2) They're incredibly immature
-I get that this is a matter of opinion, but when you're 18 and you're still afraid of holding hands with your boy/ girlfriend, and when talking about sex seriously makes you giggle, you need to do something. they also rely way to heavily on their parents. This also continues into working life, so for example, if a Japanese person goes in for a job interview, they often have their parents with them, and if they happen to dislike something in the job description, they'll usually decline, even if it's well paying. Had a classmate who told me his brother declined a job offer at a Toyota factor as a project manager, due to the fact that he didn't enjoy the tone of his interviewers voice.

3) Women's position in society.
-Oh man would tumblr feminists have a field day here. Firstly women are supposed to be stupid and cute, because anything else scares the shit out of the men here. I've got way to many female exchange student friends who've been trying to go on dates with Japanese guys, but they just weren't able. Women are also supposed to walk behind the man when out somewhere, which I got explained to me by one of my dates when I noticed her walking a couple of steps behind me at all times. And one's she'd mentioned it, I couldn't stop noticing it everywhere. And finally on this point, a majority of the women are still stuck as house wives, even though they have good educations behind them. Two of my homestay mothers were a professional barber respectively concert pianist, who spent their days at home, cleaning or watching the kids. Granted, some people might enjoy such a lifestyle, but at least these two were dreaming of getting to work again.
User avatar #199 - crispyfever (06/19/2014) [-]
Haha highschool life. You got balls to try to integrate into Japanese society at that level. Japanese college life is wayy more relaxed and chill. ところでとこに住んでいるの?
#203 - lxaje (06/19/2014) [-]
名古屋に住んでいる。あなたは?Also yeah, heard that from some of my friends in another programme, seems so much more chill, especially the other students.
User avatar #261 - crispyfever (06/19/2014) [-]
Ahh Nagoya, nice. I live in Tokyo and go to ICU in Mitaka. If you chose to go to college here in Japan, Id recommend choosing one that is international. The students tend to be much more globally minded and are much more open to foreigners.

Plus during highschool, students are way to obsessed about getting into a good uni and are always in juku and stuff. They are also really uptight and suck.

Also Tokyo is where its at =)
#346 - lxaje (06/20/2014) [-]
Couldn't agree with you more stranger. I wish you the best of luck!
User avatar #348 - crispyfever (06/20/2014) [-]
You too!
#363 - Might seem a bit lame to reply, but I just want to say thank y…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/04/2014 on Post your gainz +1
User avatar #367 - toasterstrudels (06/04/2014) [-]
you're welcome! keep up the good work!
#356 - Greetings from an exchangestudent in Japan, trying to fight ex…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/04/2014 on Post your gainz 0
User avatar #358 - toasterstrudels (06/04/2014) [-]
see.... this is why i dont prefer men with a lot of muscle. I commend all of you for getting in shape, but 6-packs and neck muscles so large you look like a little man stuck inside a hulk? no thanks. To me, overly "buff" guys look like they're stuffed full of tube socks. and... bulging with veins... YOU happen to have the right amount of muscle. You have enough strength without showing off. Very good!
#363 - lxaje (06/04/2014) [-]
Might seem a bit lame to reply, but I just want to say thank you, I really needed a confidence boost today.
User avatar #367 - toasterstrudels (06/04/2014) [-]
you're welcome! keep up the good work!
#6 - Still have the lightbulb version of this image from last time …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/22/2013 on Peter Pan a great Disney... +19
#23 - opjoopie (07/22/2013) [-]
You're beautiful. Please Mop.
User avatar #8 - cptmongtard (07/22/2013) [-]
I fucking choked on my rice. Amazing.
User avatar #7 - bjornkrage (07/22/2013) [-]
HIE NU, YUM HAVE BATTLE NEARS! 'MU MUST HAVE FOUGHT EFF A LAT AT STINKY PIRATER. YOU, PRINCESS, ARE MY HERE!
#10 - Should be the right video.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2013 on Anon did good. +1
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Hey man can I trade some items with you ?
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Sure, send a request, and we'll see.
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