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Visiting Japan before the radiation or the Olympics ruin it.
What are some good game related places I should visit. Already hitting up super potato & most of akihabara, as well as the few arcades that are left, but need more stops to pad out the trip.
Damn, I'm really sad the olympics are going to happen.
World Cup 2002 happened, and psylocibin shrooms became illegal in Japan, I'm certain that killed a lot of the good weird shit that used to come from Japan back in the 90s and before.
It's only going to get worse. Visit the mother land while you still have the chance. They've been changing a lot of laws recently.
>doesn't know that nuclear reactor is sitting on mud & sand & just waiting to melt down.
Ticking time bomb man.
>tfw I'm not gonna be able to visit Japan before the Olympics ruins it
They used to sell shrooms on the street, it was like a "magical snack", so they said. It was totally legal in Japan up until world cup 2002, it was also sold through mail order no prolem.
Pretty sure LSD is illegal.
It could get much worse. They're poisoning their water & SURPRISE, most of japan's food comes from their surrounding oceans.
If I could I would fund a huge /v/ goes to japan trip, but /vr/ would appreciate it more.
>all those 300 yen super famicom games
>All those kawaii qt 3.14 anime girls in posters everywhere
I don't think I can last 10 minutes in Japan without having to jerk off
Anyway, for anyone who's been to Japan, is the Yakuza thug shit true, like they're as common as gangsters in LA?
They WERE, bancho & public mafia kinda got made illegal years ago. I don't think you're going to see any yakuza unless you go to the red light districts or something.
The olympics have ruing every place they've ever been to. It bankrupts the surrounding areas, makes new laws go into effect, it's generally really bad for anyone who hosts it. I don't think Italy ever recovered.
You would think that the areas would prosper with all the attention it's getting.
What laws would pass, though? Specifically, how would Japan be affected from the Olympics besides anything money related?
>Host Nation has to build giant stadiums
>Host Nations spends billions, causing negative opinion from citizens (see: Brazil)
>Host Nation tightens up security to prevent terrorism, at the expense of its citizens
>Host Nation receives massive tourist influx, Japan is already overcrowded, the Olympics are going to cause a sea of people.
>Host Nation makes about 1/2 back in what it spent for the Olympics, and the stadiums are left to rot, just like the ones in China
If video games have taught me Anything, it's that the more attention something gets, & the more popular a thing becomes, the worse it gets.
>What laws would pass, though?
Imagine you're japan. Suddenly thousands of gaijin flood your country & start recording everything you do & report on it to the rest of the world. Use your imagination. Shops with erotic manga might close up shop 'temporarily" & then never open up shop again, laws on what can be shown in manga and games might happen, skies the limit.
When a country is under the eyes of the olympics you can be sure they're going to do their best not to look weird to the rest of the world.
No, their birth rates are just slowing naturally. The same thing happens to every other 1st world country. When prosperity sets in, birth rates slow. It's why every shit hole in the world is over populated.
>they're going to do their best not to look weird to the rest of the world.
It's a little late for that. japan already looks weird to the rest of the world, and has for a long time.
>When 4chan dies
Nonsense. 4chan will never die in a long time. Moot needs the 4chanbux to survive, and when he retires, he will pass the torch to some other faggot to run this place. 4chan is eternal.
I grew out of my retarded Japanese obsession 4 years ago while still being able to enjoy the occasional Japanese vidya.
Feels good man.
Am i the only one looking forward to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics? Sure, we'll all be in our 30s by then (oh god) but think of what kind of crazy shit Japan will have in store for the world. Holograms, robot waifus leading the teams, fucking gundams flying around the stadium, godzilla bursting out of the olympic torch. It's going to be amazing.
>before the radiation ruin it
>Actually had a big-ass spider crawl up on my screen the other night.
You never watched Akira? Then watch it.
If you are staying in Tokyo, none. The only time I used Japanese was when I was trying to pick up chicks in Roppongi.
The general rule is that in Tokyo, most people know enough English to communicate with you, but the further out you go, the less people are likely to understand you.
I'm a gun hugging American who believes in the right to defend yourself with overwhelming force.
I'll happily visit Japan, but there's no fucking way I'd stay in there, plus the weather is batshit insane, it snows, it gets really hot, it gets typhoons and shit, fuck that.
I don't see why everyone wants to live there
I'd love to spend time in Japan, maybe spend my vacations there, but completely moving and working there seems kinda extreme. The cultural difference is just too big (despite appreciating it for most part).
I'd never feel "home"
I guess I'm forever bound to living in Europe
>tfw Sega will never reboot Space Harrier into a TPS action game like Vanquish
>even if they did they would have to drastially change the robot's design because it's just a Rick Dom with a different head
>back in 2008
>go to japan
>see a bunch of japanese guys, two of them with pompadours, all slavsquatting
Just like one of my Japanese animes!
>need to pass them
>walking, right next to them
>they stand up and look at me
Oh boy here we go
"hi america boy. you pray monhun?"
>look at them
"I've got the PSP game, yeah."
"you want pray?"
"I don't have my PSP with me."
>he looks to one of the other guys, says something in japanese
>the other guy hands him his psp
>he hands me the psp
>we end up playing monster hunter for a couple hours
>everything went better than expected
Sega owned arcades are a must.
>not wanting to go to JAV stores and then sit in the jukujo section for fifteen minutes marveling at all of the DVDs while the clerks stare at you
Stay away from Roppongi by the way, even though I know you'll go there anyway.
>Sega will never just fucking port Planet Harriers
No it's a bit above average. Korea is the high-tech place.
>inb4 some fag comes and says Japan is shit technologically because fax machines
Every fucking country uses fax machines in some capacity.
>The Olympics Committee is going to be using Tokyo Big Sight as the main center for broadcasting the Olympics
>tfw no Summer Comiket that year
If you act like a typical american chucklefuck, you're not going to fit in. Being loud, obnoxious, talking on a cell phone in public, not taking off shoes when going inside a home etc. All of these things are extremely frowned upon.
Being just a gaijin though will get random people coming up to you to say hello and talk to you in broken english. Sometimes they will ask for a picture.
>Sometimes they will ask for a picture.
That's actually pretty cute
>If you act like a typical american chucklefuck, you're not going to fit in. Being loud, obnoxious, talking on a cell phone in public, not taking off shoes when going inside a home etc.
In a previous thread, Anon said some people actually expect you to be that way.
Are you kidding? I'd never get tired of taking pictures/selfies with random strangers
You wanna share with us?
I haven't been to Japan yet.
Every day that goes by knowing I won't fuck a cute chubby Japanese milf is another day I get closer to death.
Not in Tokyo, Kyoto or other touristy areas. Osaka people kind of looked at me a bit weird, but even then it wasn't stink-eye by any means, just a bit surprised to see us there. Just don't act like a tool and people won't give a shit, especially not in Tokyo.
I think the only place where people looked even remotely annoyed to see me was the fish market. Everyone and their dog says to visit the fish market as a tourist spot, and while the outer market is awesome and I would totally recommend it, the actual wholesale market should really really really not be marketed as a tourist spot. You're just in the way there, so I would avoid that area, but pretty much that's it.
They expect you to be that way because that's how the majority of americans act when visiting. No respect for other customs or cultures.
Japanese people frequently take the attitude of "It can't be helped" (no, this isn't just exclusive to chinese girl cartoons). They can't change the way every american acts when visiting, so it's to be expected.
Ha no I just wanted to hear of your time there is all. It's cool though, I understand and I'm glad you managed to bang a Japanese milf. Hopefully I will to if I ever get a chance to go to Japan.
Girlfriend and I went, and the only time people seemed to want pictures was when we biked by a group of school girls and they started calling to us in engrish asking us to join them and they were doing some kind of silly photo shoot.
It is my single biggest regret from that trip that we just smiled and waved and kept biking. That would have been super fun, but I was taken aback by it and going to fast to really stop without being awkward.
>telling people to use stream
Stop, I would never tell someone to do that to themselves.
>Everyone and their dog says to visit the fish market as a tourist spot, and while the outer market is awesome and I would totally recommend it, the actual wholesale market should really really really not be marketed as a tourist spot.
I heard that they don't like people there because they're trying to do business there with their announcements and you've got a bunch of tourists distracting everyone.
Yeah, it wasn't really anything great. Kind of interesting, but just smelly and I felt like I was going to get run over by a forklift at any moment.
I would highly recommend the outside market there though. Tonnes of awesome shit to eat and check out. But apparently since it's a big tourist spot there's a lot of pickpockets.
Yeah, I don't know. They were letting all the tourists in with no hassles, and it was on all the maps as a thing, so I think some dumbass in charge of tourism wanted it to be a thing, but you could tell all the workers hated it. We only went in for like, 2 minutes before realizing it wasn't a good place to be and fucking back off to go get more market food.
>tfw poor and will never visit Japan
Maybe I should have been more clear on "public." I'm talking trains, restaurants, stores etc. You should definitely not start a conversation on your cell phone anywhere that it will disturb people.
In america people are too entitled and think only of themselves. In Japan (and plenty of other countries), you really should be taking the private call in private to not disturb other people. Unless you don't want to fit in, which is what this whole topic is about.
Can you go there by yourself and still have a good time or should you bring a friend?
I have a bunch of weeb friends but they are all a bunch of NEETs who can't afford a good trip to Japan. I also hate going to new places alone so I'm seeing myself paying a trip to one of these (lucky) faggots
>it looks like one of those high-class clothing stores
Fuck that. The clothes will probably be ridiculously overpriced and the staff will just watch me while I shop so they can be helpful.
Parents are in the military so I grew up in Yokosuka. Still go to japan every year to visit my parents (for free).
Japan is a pretty cool place. Everyone is polite and they really don't have nationalistic people there that are xenophobic. Been everywhere in Japan. Also I'm the disgusting nigger race of Asian (filippino) and I didn't seem to have any problem. I remember I got lost once in Tokyo and an old lady was kind enough to lead me to my correct train back even though she didn't speak an ounce of english.
Great country, great people, great food.
It is one of the most expensive cities in the world, talking about Tokyo anyways. Hotels charge you extra if you are by yourself. A run down, shitty hotel could cost anywhere from 100,000 Yen($100 USD) on up. A pod might be cheaper, but have fun with that.
Food is pretty cheap if you eat the cheap stuff, though. I typically can bring 5,000 yen into the city for a day trip and be fine.
>it's a big tourist spot there's a lot of pickpockets
I've been to numerous trips around Europe, it's always like that in the big cities so I know most of the tricks already
Not to mention my birth place is the biggest tourist pick pocketing spot in the whole world
>Down in Kyoto the other day
>Tired as hell from long day of touring and sight-seeing
>Sitting near the hotel, talking and about to head inside to sleep
>Older japanese man comes by
>10 minutes of earnestly struggling to talk with us
>We love him for it, he loves us for trying
>He leads us to a hidden bar basement
>Instantly everyone claps and cheers at us
>Beers in our hands
>Girl at my side
Why are Japanese people so based? I mean not always, but they have this level of accommodation that is just awesome.
I spent total of 6 years in Japan. My parents moved there when I was in 2nd grade and my father was stationed in Italy in 4th grade so we moved to Italy.
I didn't move back to Japan until my Junior year of highschool. By that time I was taking dumb ass Spanish in Highschool. After finishing my Senior year in Japan I moved to the California for College.
I can get around Japan just fine with little conversation but I can't read jack shit.
As a point of comparison a can of sapporo from lawson in tokyo was 350y. The exact same can in sydney is $8.
Tokyo rent is around 1/3 cheaper than here, food is cheaper, public transport is cheaper, etc
In the middle of everything apparently.
On a scale of 1 to 10, is the above coherent in any way?
I used to try to communicate with google translate on the japanese PSO2 servers.
I have no idea how well it went because people were so nice. No one would tell me I sounded like shit.
Someone who really likes them old Japanese womens.
It's fascinating, I know.
english <> Japanese does not work with google translate since the languages are so fundamentally different. The only thing you'll really get out of it is an idea of what the nouns and verbs are, so sometimes a basic concept of what you're trying to read / say.
My personal favorite is not really a pickpocket but still a famous way to steal from tourists. It involves swapping the note the tourist just gave you for a lesser value one. They are usually so distracted with the surroundings they wont even fight back and pay you the difference
If you are interested there is a series in Discovery which depicts the most popular tricks from famous cities around the world. I think the name was Scam City and it was like 6 episodes long. Really worth a watch, my favorite episode was from Brazil as I knew most of the tricks already
Bascially what >>252545937 said. Machine tranlation for English-Japanese or vice versa is terrible. People likely had a general idea of what you were trying to convey but nowhere near proper.
>I want to know how bad though
That entire sentence is pretty fucked up honestly, double ? and the latter half of it is pretty fucked. People still likely got your general message though.
Do you get bothered much walking down the street? A friend of mine went to Shanghai a few months ago and he said that he was constantly being asked if he could be photographed.
Just wondering if you've had a similar experience. I'm aware Shanghai is in Chine and not Japan.
Are you obese and/or neckbeard? You're representing America when you travel abroad, you need to make sure you're attractive that way you can put everyone in their place and demand respect.
Given how this will force 95% of the artist community to pack and leave ala a brain drain and how much nuyen AkiP gets from exploiting the wallets of shut in Otaku, they are allowed to relatively exist. You put these artists out to starve even more and the olympic budget is going to strain the fuck out of Japan. They know who to go after and who to keep.
>However I look forward to the next Uncharted
I lost it
>"hehehe, I'm going to go to Japan without understanding Japanese!"
Are you a retard? If a Japanese person asks you "Why did you come to Japan?" what do you plan to answer?
>"hurrhurrhurr because I like videogames and anime!"
>Want to read the thread posts
>can't get past the Thread Theme Music
This is addicting man. 10 replay...
You can just answer you are a tourist who wanted to see Japan's amazing landscape if you are that much of a insecure faggot
There are a bunch of Asian tourists where I live and there is fuck nothing over here
For a trip across the ocean, it doesn't sound really that bad. It's a lot of money, but doesn't seem outrageous.
I play a lot of things.
BBS > 1 > DDD = 2 > CoM > Re:Coded > Days
> BBS > 1
> anything > 1
I respected you Oakland, maybe even admired from afar but that's going too far.
They're GALs, involved with yakuza or club whores.
>implying they're not all the same thing
There's certainly overlap
>moving to the US to work (family there)
>want to go to japan at some point
>realize I'll either go up alone because americans are cold people thus making no friends, let alone find a weeb friend to go with, or end up going with family in a no-fun-allowed trip
inb4 I'll end up writing a craigslist for a trip buddy that will probably mug me off.
That still doesn't make any sense. That's almost 4 times what I paid, when I paid for a longer flight. I bought my shit months in advance yeah, but there's no fucking way it would make that much of a difference. I've never flown Delta though, so maybe the stewardesses give you blowjobs the whole way there or something. That's the only logical explanation I can think up.
I really like the command deck. Mirage Arena lasts a lot longer than Olympus did in KH1 as well.
I usually stick to 3D fighters, like Virtua Fighter.
And honestly, I'd probably write a blog about it.
This isn't videogames.
I wish Rumika would come back from retirement.
Then your looks are of no consequence. No one is expecting much, so it's near impossible to disappoint. Just thank whatever heathen Mayan God you currently offer tithing of burritos to that you aren't American, otherwise you'd have to make sure you live up to the beauty standard everyone has rightfully come to expect from you and your fellow kinsmen.
Rio Sakura was superior.
The one when they're working together selling hot dogs while getting vibed was fucking amazing
Good thing for him konbini food is fucking delicious.
The instant yakisoba I got from sun mart or whatever is better than what you get in restaurants here. Also fucking ume onigiri for breakfast every day.
The only downside to food in japan is fucking horrible coffee. Americans are already used to that though.
So I'm going there in December and I started reading about the whole Fukushima deal.
I'm not planning on going anywhere near the plant, but a lot of comments on sites say that the food is starting to get radiated and stuff.
Should I be concerned?
I'm only going for three weeks and mostly to Tokyo.
Vending machine ramen places are pretty easy too.
Your anime nipspeak will be 100% useless sorry. If you're in Tokyo most people have at least some english though. Just learn how to ask if people speak english I guess. My nip is shit, but something like "Sumimasen, Eigo o hanashimasu ka?" should be fine.
I used to have nightmares about waking up in Japan.
I plan to carry around a small book with me, I wont have to worry about dinner because I'm being treated by a Japanese person who lives there but I am a bit worried about paying for things.
Is the money easy enough to handle?
Pretty much just that. "Excuse me, do you speak english?".
If it seems weird that there's no pronoun for the person I'm talking to like in english "you", it's because it's weird as fuck to talk that way in japanese.
Spics are usually rejected everywhere they go though.
>I also pray god you're attractive
/mu/ and /r9k/ cancerous socfag threadssaid I was a qt. I've never had a gf before but I've gotten dates with light 7's.
I just hate them because if I spent more than 5 seconds deciding what I wanted, or trying to find the button for the item I wanted, I would have a staff member come up to help explain how to use the machine. Which was nice, but got annoying.
Money is easy. I guess the only thing worth mentioning is keeping the exchange rate in mind when buying stuff, and also when handling money between yourself and cashiers you're supposed to handle the money "respectfully" which is very different from western countries where you just chuck bills around like who gives a fuck. Google it to see what I mean so you don't terrify some poor konbini worker by thrusting bills at them.
Probably. Like I said my nip is shit. It was good at least knowing a little though since when I went into the mountains there was not nearly as much english.
Fuck if I know.
When the Olympics arrive, so does the rest of the world, who will proceed to destroy Japan because they'll refuse to acknowledge their cultural ways and basically just run riot.
I just looked up a booking for the same time frame, and the price is $2071. I think it has a LOT to do with when you book.A booking for a week long trip in Jan of 2015 is $1600ish.
Went to Japan and its a pretty cool place, specially if you like weebshit.
Went there witout having anything on my mind to buy.
Ended up getting some artbooks (Peace Walker and Catherine), .hack//Link special edition, pic related and a few Godzilla toys.
Just go to Akihabara, you're bound to found something in the dozen shops over there.
Did he get lucky with some women there?
I've gotten used to some of the staring and shit, but they usually look the other way when they hear me talk.
All my buddies and co-workers say I'm the whitest guy they know. Even though they're all white and I'm a dirty Mexicano.
no thx. Since I've already provided relatively detailed information about myself I'd rather not. The last thing I'd need is the administrator of my nip program finding out I browse van exploding pedophile central website.
I dunno about aggressive but it sounds odd. Dekimasu/dekiru (can do) is the norm when asking about language ability. The literally translation would be like "can you use/do English?"
oh shit guys the olympics are coming to japan, everything is ruined forever
It's just a weird way of saying it.
Japan's just cracking down on porn and censorship lately in preparation for the Olympics. So there's a bit of concern for how far they're going to take it, and what the lasting effects will be.
That's a lot more SEGA stuff there than I thought there would be when I went there
>mfw at work to white people start talking in Jap to each other sort of practicing
>as I'm looking at them (I'm tables away) some black guy with much better Jap joins in
When did black people start liking Japanese stuff?
>tfw I have the chance to study abroad to either korea, china or japan
god damn guys I just don't know if I should do it or just focus on my studies here in the states
I have a bunch of chinese friends that tell me to go to china but I've always wanted to go to korea and japan
All they've done is make it illegal to own kiddy diddling films. The specifically mentioned loli not being included as they don't exist.
JAV is fine. Jukujo as a genre is rising in popularity anyway. also,
>not watching World Cup themed JAV
>not getting exciting for when the studios will ALL make Olympics themed JAV
>not knowing by now that Black people are massive weebs
They just do a better job at containing the autism than others.
We've always been, its just been growing in recent years.
This might surprise you, but every girl is not the same in Japan either. Sounds like your friends dated/are dating bitches. There's some in every culture, no more than in any other.
Don't do it. It's unrewarding, pays low, and you usually end up out in the sticks. Think about your average Spanish class in middle school. Nobody gives a shit about it, they just do it cause it's mandatory. Even if you're serious about teaching English, Half the people who apply to JET are weeaboos and the other half are guys who want to fuck Japanese girls and get paid while they are there. So when those 2 eventually get fired because they're retards, you have to clean up the mess and try to re-teach the kids from scratch.
Take up Japanese and study hard till you're near a business level. Then apply to various businesses as a translator. You're paid way better, can live close to the city, and you'll actually feel accomplished with this line of work.
How? Like what are you studying?
China is an upcoming superpower, you can learn Chinese and be prepared.
Korea has the best women. Korean girls > all other asian girls too bad there's no porn
Japan is best all around
Yellow Caadu means blowjays.
Red Card is 2lewd.
It's a safety measure. The law doesn't apply to digital items anyway.
I'm going to print your reply out anon and put it in my wallet. Then, whenever I'm about to act like a beta while in nippon I can just look at your post and grow the proper balls required to put nips in their place.
Niggaboos are the best. They either adore fighting games, or are really awkward but harmless.
Niggas fucking love DBZ though, but they're so goddamn funny about it that it can never get annoying.
>mfw they pronounce it "rorripop chainsawaru"
>tfw grew out of my weaboo phase after middle school
>tfw slowly slipping back
It isn't across the board, though. Magazine stuff always has whiteout dicks but looking at random c85 stuff I still see a lot with just a few bars. I dunno though. You might be right. I hadn't really looked into it before.
>mfw based Fakku is going to publish non-censored doujins
I'm really just going off of the sadpanda threads going into panic-mode, so who knows. But it does seem to be that way lately. Kind of why I'm alright with this whole Fakku thing if it works out.
Yeah, I'm currently tentatively looking forward to it. The only thing I'm worried about is Ex getting into trouble because people keep uploading the uncensored fakku stuff or something like it.
I double checked that and thought I was good. You are right. I meant 10000 Yen. I typically take out 5000 yen for a day trip.
I try my best. But I sound ridiculous. Honestly most Japanese speak English and there are great translation applications for the difficult moments.
>Weather forecasts xbox hueg typhoon to hit Tokyo today
>Bright and sunny
Poor Okinawa, though.
Yeah agreed. it's gonna be a problem for ex either way though. Because people WILL upload them for GP or e-peen or whatever. So it's either gonna be that Ex has to block them or take them down, or Fakku is going to (potentially) not see enough return on the project and drop it.
This is so wrong.
Japanese and Chinese hate each other like, ready to fuck each other up at a moments notice.
Japenese just feel superior to the Koreans. Koreans hate the Japanese for this and may feel a little bit of the same. A sort of Canada/America.
You had it backwards.
That's wrong too though. Korea and Japan have had many territorial and cultural clashes in the past and so they hate each other intensely
Every Asian people hates every other asian people. They fight like cats and dogs, or jews and arabs, or jews and gentiles, or jews and other jews
It's already happening. Manga that are considered to have a "bad influence" on children are already being banned in Tokyo, and convenience stores will be pulling hentai magazines from their shelves during the Olympics. You can be certain anything depicting lolis will be looked down upon by the government while foreign nations are flooding in.
My friend was eating at a street food stall in china. When he threw it in the trash, he saw a fetus in the trash can. Not kidding. that was somewhere in mainland china.
Go to Macau and Hong Kong though, those places are great. Japan is expensive as hell. I wouldn't want to live there beyond a month or two anyway.
Surely they will put them back up after the Olympics are over
If they are selling them it's because people are buying it. If there is demand there is no reason to pull them out definitively
Obviously it's not as black and white as "all nips love honkeys" or vice versa
They'll obviously hate weeaboos and hawaiian shirt wearing motherfuckers, but they'll at least give you a neutral reception as long as you aren't cutting people off or yelling on the subway
Just mind your manners as best you can and don't weeb it up and you'll be ok
I live in fucking Utah.
All the mormons, the REAL ones anyways, require you to take off your shoes upon entering their homes.
I got this down.
I actually get nervous when I enter someone's home and there isn't somewhere to kick off my shoes. Jesus I get sweaty and don't want to walk on the carpet.
How much of a chance do I have of shedding my excess
160 poundsof neckbeard fat, learning Japanese and spending a few weeks there touring before it gets raped by the Olympics?
I really just wanna sightsee in the countryside, try some street vendor food and pick up some vidya.
Maybe get a Comic LO or two if I can find a way to hide it.
The problem is that they're going to buckle under the foreign eye and hide their shit away in the first place.
You just KNOW every foreigner that steps into Japan is going to go there with the mindset that everything is built around creepy porn and CP and will actively be looking for it.
If they find it, it's going to go viral and Japanese politicians are going to feel ashamed, finally caving to demands from organizations to crack down on all the sexualization.
Everyone with carpets ask you to take your shoes off. I can't see why that would be a Mormon thing only. Don't get your shit all over my floor. I'm gonna have to vacuum later because of you
You can stop running, you know what you want
They're kind of curious at first, but when they get to know you they're pretty cool. They ask you the typical stereotyping stuff about you. Like if you're american they ask if you have a gun in your house, etc.
They're friendly people. They're nothing special.
The same every closet weaboo want, friends to watch animu with that aren't obnoxious and the tender unfaltering love of a pure waifu.
God only knows I do, half way there at least.
Just breathe, anon. Let out what you've been holding inside for so long