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Respect? [American] vs [Japanese]

napalmamaterasu

Did someone mention Freedom? Did lambchop go patriotic? What in the name of the armed forces is going on here?

mrethical

I've been here ten years. I like America, but as someone from the Philippines, it kinda weirds me out sometimes. But I am also weird. Haha. XD

pk_zero
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mrethical

Hello, Pii Kay~

momoichi

freedom and not being worked to death are the only way now~!

hakutaku

When you see some drunk Japanese salarymen, you will know they are actually not that polite and nice~~

mrethical

@Lamby Yeeessss~ I agree~ We are very free people~

judgmentoftherain
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Jan 14, 19 at 12:31am
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momoichi

im just trying to say japanese isnt perfect, like america

@judgement have you seen the porn japan comes up with? thats what you get when your citizens are pent up societally and sexually xD
yeah, americans are fat and extravagant, but i like being from a country where i CAN get fat and buy stupid extravagant things. in japan you are not pushed to be an individual but instead a functioning cog, blend in with everyone else. americans are the exact opposite, we value our individuality.

sexual assault, stalking, NEET behavior, suicide, and declining birth rates are all huge problems in japan and these stem from their reserved nature

japan is a strange place in that the crimes are low compared to america, but the anti social behavior is quite high

is it refreshing to see a people that are very respectful? yes, the politeness that is ingrained in them is definitely a positive feature (where as the politeness in places like britain tend to be posh passive aggressiveness) with that discipline comes larger problems stemming from that

@napalm, iv always loved america, and its because of that love that im so outspoken and frustrated at the state of things =w=

otakueaterd

I'm learning so much just by reading the comments section

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