Humor about life in Japan, you gotta have Wa, no that`s not it!
(School`s starting, contributed by a friend, Eric Surf 6)
You gotta be able to laugh at yourself and your life in Japan to live here for any length of time. And know a good shrink! Teaching English in Japan is a great gig, but we need a joke or two to get us by. We hope this section helps!
(Pictured: Rocker, submitted by Ian Griffin. Yes English teachers are needed in Japan!)
"Dog is very clevers animals. But the general pubic training dog is very difficult. Because the dog is self centredness at first. So training is very difficult." --a student
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Pictured: My favorite house in the whole world! (Picture by Kevin Burns, like don`t mean to brag eh, but come on it is a nice photo of Boozer House!)
Maybe I will win a prize, whaddya think? First prize for Boozer House?
Humor about Japan and uhm....gas
Gas is one of my favourite topics. I`m rather immature.I`m not talking about Tokyo Gas but gas of the human kind.Japan like Canada is full of gas that is why I have dubbed her:
"The Land of the Rising Gas"
Humor about Japan at Japan Living Magazine
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Humor about Shopping in Japan
I enjoy shopping at toy stores and hobby shops. But sometimes the store clerks take a strange interest in me....so I figure,why don`t I join them! And you can too with this easy tofollow advice!
You can be the Store Detective!
Comedy about life in Japan
I never imagined spending my life in a country where sometimes the seafood is so fresh it jumps on your plate, where the people drink an ethanol-like liquid you can run your car on called "sake," nor a country where "yes" sometimes means "no," and fashionable ladies can be seen sporting Mickey Mouse bags.
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