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Japanese are very interesting people

When he posted? David Cheong On 1:51 AM
I always find the Japanese interesting, full of ideas and well, weird!!! Full-time weird. Not that I dislike the things that they come up with nor their innovations such as animes and harajuku clothings. Speaking about animes, who wouldn't love them? If you don't, commit sepuku now and I mean it!

But really, the things that they invent and innovate are really interesting to a point that it really does seem out of this world. For example, Host Clubs. Don't know what it is, click on the link and you'll soon find out.

An example of a host club

Yeah, I assume you know what it is by now and it's very interesting actually. I once watched a documentary on it and you can get paid extremely high just because you're good looking. Imagine that, be good looking, drink, and entertain girls/guys all night long and you're paid a large sum of money. Now you wanna know what is even more interesting?

Peachy girls, sweet name..

Recently, a new host club just opened which caters to certain types of men where they prefer 'meatier' women (I'm not making fun of it!) which I find extremely interesting and cool! And I think that only Japanese can come up with that which I truly admire their creative thinking but what can I say, I'm just a guy hehe....

Wanna know more? Click Here

Hey if you do check it out, let me know how it's like and maybe we could go together hahaha!!!

*Really, I was just kidding =p*

6 Response to "Japanese are very interesting people"

  1. 3POINT8 Said,

    Yup...japs are interesting people.
    I heard about a thing called 'Train Cafe' and 'lingerie machine' from a horny friend.


  2. David Cheong Said,

    Lol that is not surprising actually. They even have vending machines for porn, and condom ones beside it and they sell it openly! Haha cool huh..


  3. x Said,

    Anyway, Yupst Japanese are really unique and not to mentioned dedicated in everything they do. That is why they are a cutting edge force they we all need to reckon with.

    3point8: Who is that horny fren you are referring to ??? :P


  4. David Cheong Said,

    x - Lol But it is this kind of open-ness that makes them the top country in Asia. Such a small country but the advancement is top notch! Really, if any country would have to advance, we have to learn a thing or two from them buutttt, of course not the naughty stuffs like the train cafe (although I don't mind)..


  5. -popjammerz- Said,

    i watched OURAN~~~!!
    host club is like kinda cool actually...but dun think malaysia has it yet right...

    imagining if malaysia's uni or college or even high school has some thing like ouran high school host club...girls will go wild~


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