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Japan->Tokyo->Akihabara-> Near the Kotobukiya store.

<3

  • 8%Sexy
  • 3%Hot
  • 12%Kawaii
  • 19%Son, I'm disappoint
  • 3%ugly
  • 6%Loud and proud
  • 26%this is why japan doesn't like foreigners
  • 3%stop
  • 2%don't hug me I'm scared
  • 1%Your mom must be proud....
  • 3%Son, this is what happens when you become an otaku....
  • 3%I admire your courage and love that Madoka's goods
  • 2%you are my idol
  • 6%i relate with the old man
  • 1%I just find it rude anddisrespectful
  • 1%You ain't Japanese go home you're drunk son!...but you got balls respect!
  • 1%The choices while nice, don't include: Get out of that country you disgraceful weeaboo.
  • 1%I prefer the cute lady
  • 311 votesVotes are public

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30pt
Docoda The MusicMaster
specki8848 (3 years ago) #32153092. Poll rank : this is why japan doesn't like foreigners
they did like me very much ;O where is the problem


To be quite honest with you. you THINK they liked you.

Japanese people aren't very direct in bringing over (negative) feelings. You probably interacted with the "correct" people. As in other otaku or people that spend lots of days walking through pop culture neighbourhoods like Akihabara. Most others, just like that older guy in your picture, will probably look at you like that when you don't look at them. There are also those who interact with you because you are a foreigner and because they think it's funny to see a foreigner walking around, dressed like you were. You might think they are nice to you, while in fact they're laughing or being disgusted in their minds. They even might make fun out of you.

Your choices. But I can't agree on this being a good one.

Though, speaking about the picture, it's quite good.
3 years ago
17pt
kanjiaragaki big ♥ & empty wallet
skny (3 years ago) #3208824Dunno what to say.. I'm actually open-minded.. but please overthink your actions.
If you had a feminine appearance then no prob. But there's always a limit.

http://cdn.specktra.net/1/19/350x700px-LL-19b56ea2_The_limit_does_not_exist.gif
3 years ago
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L E G E N D A R Y
you're my idol
1 year ago
1pt
specki8848 (3 years ago) #3222984Im not even an otaku lol but you writing like some weaboo

Speaking to anyone who's reading: You can have whatever interests or personality you have. You're a person. But that doesn't do smack about how you're perceived by others.

The crucial thing to remember is that what you do that sets you off from the social average will draw attention, and generally assumptions. The "otaku/weaboo look" is an example not just because it looks completely different from an average adult, but it's easy to draw conclusions from-he's into Japanese anime, he's into childish-looking cartoon girls, etc. To divert from this, the same thing will happen with someone wearing three crosses and carrying two bibles and a Holy Mary body pillow; they look different, we can assume that they're religious, and quite frankly, they look... obsessed over it. Obsessed.

(I said "social average" because it does change here and there, but there always is one. MFC is a place for anime/manga culture and the average is a degree of merch collecting, which is about right. For the religion example, examples of different religious beliefs should be self-explanatory.)

As a person, they can be fully functional and great friend. Again, there's nothing wrong with individuality. But in public, one will never get to know them aside from what they see, and this is why appearance is important to watch if you want to be accepted by your surroundings, physical or virtual. If you just want to show others the true extent of your hobbies, you should feel comfortable enough to ignore the inevitable "haters" who feel differently than you. (Although note a difference between conversational and simple-minded people.)

Open to any civil ideas out there. I think this is something to bring up.

Edited to add clarity.
3 years ago
0pt
Docoda (3 years ago) #3222975It honestly would be bad if I don't get teached about Japanese culture and society or have direct contact with Japanese people during my years of college. Of course going to Japan would help with it.
It also would be bad if I don't get to know more than the "average joe" about Japan and its people.
But you're a stereotypical hardcore otaku, so I don't think I can save you from your delusions. This is the last thing I'll say about this matter.


Im not even an otaku lol but you writing like some weaboo
3 years ago
5pt
Docoda The MusicMaster
specki8848 (3 years ago) #3222937But funny how you think you know about japanese but dont even stay there
And study japanese dont make you know more about japanese people:)


It honestly would be bad if I don't get teached about Japanese culture and society or have direct contact with Japanese people during my years of college. Of course going to Japan would help with it.
It also would be bad if I don't get to know more than the "average joe" about Japan and its people.

But you're a stereotypical hardcore otaku, so I don't think I can save you from your delusions. This is the last thing I'll say about this matter.
3 years ago
0pt
Docoda (3 years ago) #3219255To be quite honest with you. you THINK they liked you.
Japanese people aren't very direct in bringing over (negative) feelings. You probably interacted with the "correct" people. As in other otaku or people that spend lots of days walking through pop culture neighbourhoods like Akihabara. Most others, just like that older guy in your picture, will probably look at you like that when you don't look at them. There are also those who interact with you because you are a foreigner and because they think it's funny to see a foreigner walking around, dressed like you were. You might think they are nice to you, while in fact they're laughing or being disgusted in their minds. They even might make fun out of you.
Your choices. But I can't agree on this being a good one.
Though, speaking about the picture, it's quite good.


But funny how you think you know about japanese but dont even stay there

And study japanese dont make you know more about japanese people:)
3 years ago
-1pt
Docoda (3 years ago) #3219715There's a difference between "Student Japanese", which is someone studying Japanese and "Student in Japan".
For op:
Going to add to that a Japanese person can become more open if you get on a friendly, familiar basis with them. And it this case we'll put them in the "correct" category. But even then, saying negative things directly is still something on a different level.

Okay weaboo. :0
3 years ago
-1pt
Jajanken (3 years ago) #3219735No his (Docoda) profile doesn't say anything remotely close about living in Japan or being a student there. You just read and assumed that's what it meant. And for you as a 27 year old lolicon, I think you should change your mentality about this whole situation. You don't just do what you want because you only live once. That's the dumbest approach to anything ever. I put a random year as my birthdate dumb dumb. :) If you're referring I'm 27 years old.
3 years ago
6pt
I feel sad for the Madoka pillow. lol Dark times ahead...
3 years ago
0pt
specki8848 (3 years ago) #3219782wat is an op?

Original Poster. Is another way of referring to the person who posted this originally while being completly lazy about it.
3 years ago
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Jajanken (3 years ago) #3219713Wait OP isn't actually the one in the picture right? This was just a photo taken of a random denizen of Japan right?? EDIT: Oh GOD o _ o

wat is an op?
3 years ago
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