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Zombie Laundry Vlog - How Society Views Japan 1/3 (Question in description.)

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The email: What's your personal opinion on todays societies view on Japan, not just the country but also the people and culture + media as a whole. Personally I don't really give a fuck about everyone elses opinion and i pretty much expect the same answer out of you, but it sort of gets to me that you can easily dissect the non Japanese native people into small groups, For instance...you have the typical Internet/video media portrayal of Japan as a weird country with weird people who are dying out because of lack of sex, huge suicide rate, love of School Girls, Tentacle Hentai Porn, regular hentai and have strange cartoons and commercials and music! (but you could argue about the school girls and hentai) then there's the anime weeaboos, and all their knowledge about Japan comes from 100% media, mainly being from Anime and Manga + the occasional Gimmeabreakman video. I was once like that. I expected as soon as I got off the plane, I'd be greeted by my own personal harem, and drive to my hotel in a Mecha, after defeating Godzilla and becoming the "Hokage" of Japan and have them reward me with a plethora of school girls and maids to add to my man harem while still being just your everyday wimpy japanese school boy . But I've definitely learned otherwise, my neighbor doesn't even know my name, despite the fact that I speak japanese she just calls me the "whit Americon boyo" but it's fine because she was to old to be in my harem anyways. Then there's a small but growing group of people who think that eventually at the rate japanese technology is advancing they WILL take over the world. I personally don't understand that group. I mean yes, Japans technology is rapidly growing but they arnt going to take over the world, their to busy focusing on more efficient machines like the robotical arm that masturbaths for you! There's also the general weeaboos who think that Japan is perfect in every way possible compared to everywhere else without actually ever going there themselves. Then the last group of people are the people who plan on studying abroad without thorough research. They think just because they read some things online that Japan will be exactly as that, then they finally get here and experience the society hands on and get all mad and frustrated after a week. I was part of this group too, however I decided to stay, currently I am going to college trying to get a degree in graphical design and game developing, i have a job at the Bic Camera store in Ikebukuro, and I'm on my 2nd year of my 3 years total of training as a fulltime host. My boss said I had potential to do good as a host, however if i get more negative reviews then positive ones even if it's after only one day and one time only, i will be fired on the spot, but I think it's an interesting job, my boss pays for all the clothes, makeup and jewelry and I do enjoy interacting with customers on a " Genuine caring and concerned level" However there isn't and never will be anything on an intimate level with this job. Mr. Victor, I truly want to know how you think of this generations view of Japan, and japanese culture is, and I'd like to know what you agree and disagree with about what I've said. Again hope you and your family have have a great day, and thank you for reading my horribly constructed email. ~Sincerely, That guy without a Harem aka - Gimmeaflakeman is for unedited videos. All my edited videos are now being uploaded to: http://youtube.com/gimmeabreakman - Please ask your questions here: http://www.reddit.com/r/moronarmy/ - Email: gimmeabreakman@gmail.com - 2.5 Oyajis is live at 10:30pm EVERY Wednesday JAPAN TIME. We alternate between this channel: http://youtube.com/gimmeaflakeman & http://youtube.com/hikosaemon TOMOKO DESU! videos can be found at: http://youtube.com/bowietomo0803 - ►I enjoy posting on Instagram:◄ http://instagram.com/gimmeabreakman - ►Language blog◄ http://maggiesensei.com - ►Want to learn Japanese? Check out my friend Ken's on...