A conclusion to the sexual harassment scandal and the Vice Minsiter of Finance.
An almost sex scandal involving the Minister of Education, who should have known better.
Another sex scandal involving a boy band member who is 46, dumbass.
Also, some drones and a scam is real.
A summary of some ongoing stories then a real happening from my life in Japan. No, trees did not try and kill me, that would be silly. It’s real life action and adventure told from a first person perspective.
Also, Korea annoys Japan.
Tired of Pokemon Go?
Wish that technology was put to better use?
Yeah, Japan has you covered.
Pokemon Go tech to get weirdos to come closer to jerking it in public.
A ninja, who never passed ninja class because he got way too focused on something else. A follow-up on the Sumo Vs Ovaries. Giant corporations trying not to kill their employees. The Finance Minister of Japan being a 5 year who has discovered his wee wee and a moral quandary of belief. There’s a lot there!
Sugoku = very
Oishii = delicious
Now repeat after the commercial.
A whole mish mash post loss of voice, but there is beer in Japan, which can get you drunk, so you might make some bad decisions, like a sumo ref. That is not cool Japan, not cool.
Allergies plague Japan, but the source is one of those unintended consequences of a bygone time.
YouTubers don’t get arrested, but they sure as hell could have.
Chocolate, they said it makes you smarter, but it didn’t make them smart enough to get the science right.
A look at some recent news where the protagonist has decided that the quiet Japanese life just isn’t for them.
For those of you who don’t know what Summer Lesson is from the previous post. It is a VR game where you tutor a high school girl.
This is how I assume every game goes:
I love game crossovers, mainly because I like dumb things.
Best board meeting ever:
President Tekken Industries “We need to liven up Tekken. What we do?”
Distracted employee “I never managed to look up the skirt of the girl from Summer Lesson…”
President Tekken Industries “Perfect.”
Distracted employee “What?”