A semi-mythical island empire located at the eastern fringes of the world. Its name literally means “Origin of the Sun,” which is usually poeticized in English as, “The Land Where You Can Buy Used School girl Panties in Vending Machines.”
The Japanese language. Not known to be related to any other language on earth, it has been controversially said to be connected to the Altaic language group that includes Turkish and Mongolian, but with some Polynesian influences. This controversy arises largely from the fact that no one has any idea what the hell the Japanese are saying.
A mythical race of people rumored to live in a mysterious archipelago in the sea, long since proven by scientists to have only existed in old wives’ tales to scare Chinese and Korean children. According to legend, the Nihonjin were a hard-working people who loved tea, had bland food and bad teeth, and were given to startling bursts of technological progress between long stretches of isolation and the occasional attempt at genocidal world domination.
Chemically, it is combination of rice and raw fish, which Nihonjin and other similar mammals love to eat. Healthy food for the day as bad smell which will find your mouth as abode will make you commit suicidal diet.
Synonym of ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction, especially for a Gaijin. Literal meaning ‘raw fish’ but logically can be contaminated with any exotic creature [octopus, squid, fish and HORSE]. It is must dish in all ‘Nomikai/enkai‘. After few rounds of Nihonshu and any Seshimi tastes Oishi
Japanese traditional wear for ladies… which can be classified as cuter and colorful version of space suits. You won’t see ladies wearing it on usual days but only on special occasions like festival, marriage or death… Highly popular as souvenirs among the Gaijins.
Japanese traditional men dress which will be given in hotels as night dress. Though not a souvenir but not a bad choice as night dress, when you really want to sleep and okay to go out to buy cigarettes exposing your hairy legs.
A childish game, wherein two ‘gigantic creatures’ who are wearing costumes less than ‘swim suit calendar models’, without any particular reason, try to throw each other out of a ring. These human turned Dinos’ only job is to eat and eat more and fight three times a year.
Imperial warrior of semi-mythical islands and none of them remotely won’t look like Tom Cruise [The Last Samurai]. Wearing heavy and weird dresses and posing as national hero was their duty [No…No…My manager was not samurai].
The English language, which (according to Japanese people) a form of primitive communication method common amongst big-nosed, yellow-haired, vaguely simian creatures who inhabit Gaikoku, characterized by a series of loud grunts and strange ape-sounds like “L” and “th.” [Remember there is no ‘L’ and ‘th’ in Japanese script…]
As per Japanese, one of the only two countries in the world, the other being Japan. The residents of Gaikoku often insist that Gaikoku is not one nation but many, with a stunning array of cultures and history, but this is silly.
Literally, “outsider,” it is the somewhat derogatory term used for “foreigners” in Japan. The preferred word is “gaikokujin,” which means “outlander.” In Japanese mind, gaijin are easily identified by their large noses, pale skin, blond hair and not to mention the brown people with hundreds of languages.
“Office canteen” Originally developed to provide employees with healthy and cheap food; it’s currently used to break the spirits of employees, banned as torture by the Geneva Convention in 1949.
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