Andreas’s Japan journeys

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

“Aiwa asobija nakkute”

Filed under: My blog — Andreas @ 5:53 pm

Today was a busy day indeed. Tests, games, and kisses… Much to keep in the head. First, between 9 and 12, there were two tests. One listening test and then a writing test. I performed quite well acutally, much better than anticipated. I thought I would get a moderate result, as I got on Monday, but it went good, really. I missed one point at the listening test but otherwise got them all I’m pretty sure. The writing test went well too and if I didn’t make any stupid mistakes I think I got about 95% or more on it. So that felt good.

The lesson before lunch was a practice for katakana (カタカナ). We were divided and had notes with single katakanas before us. With them we were supposed to pick the necessary ones up to form the word that Nie-sensei told us. Like fork. Then we picked up fu, o, and ku – fooku. Easy. I was the winner! Ha! But Nie-sensei didn’t have any reward for me, so she gave me a kiss instead (woho!). It’s no wonder since everyone is clearly mad about me here.

 I was invited to a Taiwanese girl’s appartment too, just two days ago. Talk some Japanese and stuff. Was talking to my friend Higaru-san from Taiwan, and his friend came by during the break to say hello. So after talking a bit she thought I should join her and her friends for some Japanese conversation practice. Didn’t really work out that day, so she came over yesterday evening instead. It’s amazing how different Asians are compared to the European scum over here. I met one of the two German girls that followed on the trip to Nara this morning, but when I said hello she wouldn’t even respond. She just looked at me with that artistocratic superior look that she’s always wearing, giving me one glance then totally ignoring me. Same at the store after school. Both girls were present, but only miss Aristocratic was looking my way. Gave them a wave, but I wasn’t really suprised when she did not return it. Just gave me another one of those looks, then began inspecting a very interesting dirt spot on her bluse, continuing her conversation with her friend. Reminds me why I don’t fancy European girls… Lucky me I’m in Japan, and not surrounded by them 24/7 at least as was the case in Sweden. [Removed].

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Today’s word is hoshigaruto covet



  1. Soo what’s wrong with the swedish women? They’re certainly not white trash.. well maybe in the bedroom ;) But that can never be bad!

    Comment by Nicklas — Wednesday, October 25, 2006 @ 8:21 pm

  2. Hm, well, you do have to look at it from my point-of-view really. When have you ever seen a girl come up to me an talk, just casually like that? =/ Name one party that’s happened. And then when I do try to be friendly over here, all I get it crap.

    Instead, at school I was just standing around talking, and suddenly I’m asked by this girl if I want to come home to her place, alright? Not doing shit. Just standing there and I’m invited to her house.

    So I don’t want to hear from you the obvious “you got to work for it!” comment, cause this time it’s not gonna work. :)

    Comment by Andreas — Wednesday, October 25, 2006 @ 8:34 pm

  3. Hey! What’s wrong with us European girls? I think I’m insulted…=P

    Comment by Emma — Thursday, October 26, 2006 @ 5:06 am

  4. Sorry Emma, don’t take this the wrong way. You’re amongst my friends, not unknown anyones that walk around. Those’re the ones I refer to. =/ I don’t fancy (please don’t read hate here…) European girls, but I haven’t said they can’t be nice. However, this girl I’m mentioning doesn’t really give me a lot of credit, and besides her friend, the first German girl on the trip, no one has bothered talking with me even if I started the conversation.

    Today I met with the two again, and the first girl gladly spoke to me, but as her friend came along, she couldn’t answer my simple hello. What gives. If you feel insulted by my post, then I do appologise; don’t want to end a friendship because of a misunderstanding.

    Comment by Andreas — Thursday, October 26, 2006 @ 3:43 pm

  5. hey you are building your harem up over there, sounds good :) and the teacher seems to be nice :) as I wrote before you should get her! she clearly wants you! a swedish teacher would never give one of their students a kiss, and I can say I wouldn´t want to be kissed by a swedish teacher, they are so old and crappy! not like the japanese ones :) But now there is a generationsshift going on, all the crappy ones are retiring and it comes new young fresh ones who sleeps with their students, it all has just started in USA and soon it comes here to :) hmm…unfortunately I can´t go over school again

    Comment by David — Thursday, October 26, 2006 @ 5:17 pm

  6. Ok, removed the ending. Don’t want to sound insulting, but I’m not going to delete anything else. Can’t lie about what happens and what I think and feel.

    Comment by Andreas — Thursday, October 26, 2006 @ 5:33 pm

  7. Haha… Jag skojade bara =). Det verkar i alla fall som om du har roligt där i öster. Här var det snöstorm igår och även om den inte blev så hemsk som de trodde så var det ändå ganska snöigt och blåsigt. Ska sätta mig med min hemtenta som skulle ha varit inlämnad igår nu.

    Ha det kul!

    Comment by Emma — Saturday, October 28, 2006 @ 6:04 pm

  8. Hehe, flirting right and left, are we? Good for you – you deserve it, so go for it! Amazing what differences you’re encountering there. People just asking you out without “the effort”. Sounds nice! I’d want to see that totally different culture some day. Hope you don’t forget though that there’s one German girl over here who wouldn’t just give you the aristocratic look! hehe ;)

    Comment by Rabea — Saturday, October 28, 2006 @ 11:12 pm

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