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Japanese People and their Lies

Here’s another translated survey from What Japan Thinks (I’m a big fan of this site). This time, it’s about the little white lies than Japanese men and women tell:

The Women:

Q: What white lies can’t you avoid telling guys you fancy? (Sample size=527, women)

Rank Score
1 My weight 100
2 How many guys I’ve been out with before 92.6
3 Whether I have a current boyfriend 45.7
4 How long I haven’t had a boyfriend for 44.4
5 How good (or bad) I am at cooking 35.8
6 How good I am at doing housework 30.9
7= Talking about a common hobby 28.4
7= How I spend my days off 28.4
9 Pretending that I bought myself stuff I actually received as a gift 27.2
10= How bad I am at getting up in the morning 23.5
10= How much savings I have 23.5
10= My age 23.5
13 What hobbies I’m really into 22.2
14 When I have to be home by at night 13.6
15 The kind of guy I fancy 12.3
16= How much I spend on my hobbies 8.6
16= My salary 8.6
18= How much I spend on clothes 7.4
18= What kind of work I do 7.4
18= My height 7.4

I love how women primarily lie to keep their current or future marriages in check. Regardless of age (teens to 60+ year olds),  Japanese Women seem the most concerned about maintaining a “good wife” image.

Men are also concerned with their image, but it doesn’t appear to be as big of a deal:

Rank Score
1 How many girls I’ve been out with before 100
2 How long I haven’t had a girlfriend for 76.6
3 Whether I have a current girlfriend 51.9
4 How I spend my days off 42.9
5 The kind of girl I fancy 40.3
6 Talking about a common hobby 39.0
7 What hobbies I’m really into 37.7
8= What fetishes I have about women 28.6
8= How much savings I have 28.6
8= My salary 28.6
11 My age 26.0
12 My weight 22.1
13 What kind of work I do 16.9
14= How bad I am at getting up in the morning 15.6
14= How much I spend on my hobbies 15.6
14= My height 15.6
17 How good I am at doing housework 11.7
18 Pretending that I bought myself stuff I actually received as a gift 9.1
19 How good (or bad) I am at cooking 7.8
20 How good I am at driving 6.5
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“Grope Groups” in Japan

I just read about Chikan (groping) Groups at JapanProbe.com. I knew there were some perverts but damn, I didn’t realize it was this serious. There are websites dedicated to chikan and ball-less motherfuckers give tips on how to grope females, the best places to grope them and even arrange meetups for group groping.

It has gotten so out of hand that the police now have special task forces to combat it.

On one hand, I’m happy it’s not “worse” than groping. Luckily, the scum who opt to molest women on trains limit it to fondling and nothing more sever. In the west, I feel if I heard a story like this on the news that it’d be of rape.

But on the other hand, I can’t help but think that because it’s only fondling, and because the attackers don’t use weapons (as far as I can tell, they just get close to the women), why the fuck aren’t these women kneeing them in the balls, poking their eyes out, stabbing them with pens or just screaming “PERVERT!”? The silence gives these cowards the confidence to continue their perverse activity.

But that also comes from it being a different culture. Women here don’t always feel empowered to defend themselves physically or audibly. It’s a shame but their second class citizen status gives their attackers more free reign to let their hands roam.

Anyway, here’s a clip (with English Captions) of the news piece:

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Oh Brother

Or maybe it’s more appropriate to say “Oh Sister”. There is a new fashion trend going on in Japan where guys wear skirts.

Tokyoite who forgot he has balls

Tokyoite who forgot he has balls

What kind of transvestite shit is this? Why are guys in Japan increasingly trying to become women?  They pluck their eyebrows, wear bobby pins in their hair and seem more interested in grabbing each other’s dicks than touching a woman’s breasts.

How did the effemination of Japan begin? Is this the real reason for Japan’s declining birth rate?

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Priorities for Japanese Couples

This is fascinating: check out the latest statistics from What Japan Thinks.

Summary: The majority of Japanese men don’t care if their wives stop talking to them as long as they keep doing housework. And the majority of Japanese women don’t care if their husbands develop Alzheimer’s as long as he keeps bringing home a steady paycheck.

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