Daily Hilarity: Japanese Language Exercises

Whatever works, I guess:
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The best comment on YouTube:

interestingly enough, this was the entire vocabulary of my ex-wife. 

And this video takes it in a whole other hilarious direction:

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As another astute YouTube comment puts it:

So it’s proper etiquette to take a Japanese woman to a porn movie on a first date?

Thanks to Robert for the finds. Satisfying Life has plenty more where these came from.

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  • http://diaphanus.livejournal.com/ Ian Andreas Miller

    Here’s another good one: