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Well guys, sitting in my dorm here in Tokyo, I heard a visitor outside asking the manager does a foreinger live in this room? (she looked at the name on my door). Fuck yea I was spotted without even having to go outside. So much for privacy.

>> No.1326140

The Japanese word for "privacy" is an English loan word.

>> No.1326141

She probably wanted to fuck you.

>> No.1326142

cool story bro

>> No.1326143

GAIJIN SCUM

>> No.1326147

>>1326135
Was the visitor a little girl?

>> No.1326149

There goes the neighborhood!

>> No.1326154

>>1326140
I hear stories about protecting privacy on the news everyday. So I think I deserve some too.

>>1326141
that made me feel better.

>> No.1326192

>>1326154
Usually when they talk about privacy they mean keeping personal information and details out of records that anyone could look up. In daily life, however, people will often ask questions of others that would seem very prying to a Westerner.

>> No.1326208

>>1326192
I love how people like you try to tolerate/justify the descrimination that goes on here. Guess you've never heard of the Google maps problem. Nobody should fucking no that I live here.

>> No.1326234

>>1326208
Change your name, then.
What does it matter? They're not going to go all Frankenstein's castle and storm you demanding blood.
If nobody should know you live there, TAKE THE NAMEPLATE OFF THE DOOR. It's not like they're reading your mail.

>> No.1326241

>>1326208
I love how people like you try to assume that every culture should work like yours, everywhere.

Take the heat, or get the hell out of the kitchen. make room for someone who can take it.

>> No.1326265

>>1326208
lol, welcome to not being white.

>> No.1326282

>>1326208
They ask each other very personal questions as well, not just foreigners. People who don't even know each other besides being neighbors will ask where the other is going as if it's any of their business at all. It happens all the time.

>> No.1326287

Posts like these make me glad that I have a French last name. I could easily pretend to be from Canada, if I ever go to Japan.

>> No.1326292

>>1326287
Why not pretend you're from France?

>> No.1326293

You guys sure seem like getting whipped and pounded in the ass just to tell yourselves that Japan is perfect. I sense great weeaboo within you.

>> No.1326300

>>1326292
Because I don't know any French.

>> No.1326304

>>1326293
Who the fuck said Japan was perfect?

>> No.1326316

>>1326300
And they do?

>> No.1326320

>>1326293
>Japan is perfect
What?

>> No.1326325

>>1326316
Good point.

>> No.1326328

>>1326293
Sounds like someone expects a perfect world handed to them on a platter.
Some of us learn to deal with adversity.

"Discrimination" is the call of those who can't take it. It's not fucking 1968 Missisippi, so shut the fuck up.

>> No.1326340

Not perfect, but everytime a thread like this gets posted there is at least one person giving his ass explaining that oh ho you just have to take it, and let them fuck you in the ass.

>> No.1326355

>>1326340
It's more a case of "when in Rome..."

Honestly, if you go to the middle east, don't complain that they talk to you by standing 6 inches from your face. That's the way shit's done there, if you didn't want that happening, you shouldn't have gone there in the first place.

>> No.1326363

>>1326355
It's more of a "gee, I'm glad I'm not in that crappy country," feeling, personally.

>> No.1326371

>>1326363
You do realize you only think it's worse because you're used to something different, right? If you were brought up Japanese, you'd be sitting there thinking "I'm glad I'm not in as shitty a country as America where they can't even ask where a neighbor's going for the day."

Honestly, if you think that their way of doing things is worse, it just means you're a narrow-minded impressionable idiot. And I'm being kind with my words here.

>> No.1326374

>>1326340
For me, I recommend it because I'd like to think I can handle bullshit a little better than some whiny minority who cries "descrimination" to hide his own failings.

>> No.1326377

>>1326355
So If people at a country all ate shit sandwhiches, you visited because you wanted to for some other reason, does that mean you have to eat the shit sandwhiches too?

there are good things here, but I can also say their are shitty things too.

>> No.1326391

>>1326371
I have never once said that what "they" do is worse. I don't judge people by groups, I don't compare Japan to anything else, I even think my country is a lot shittier place, but I can still say that bad things go on here too, I don't have to tolerate EVERYTHING.

>> No.1326393

>>1326371
More likely my paranoia would be that much greater since even my neighbors are asking about my going-ons. And they wonder why they have hikikomoris.

>> No.1326396

>>1326377
Wow, way to take a completely harmless cultural habit and relate it to something not only sickening, but terrible for your health. COMPLETELY the same, obviously, and saying no to one means you MUST say no to the other.

Retard.

>> No.1326401

>>1326377
You don't have to eat the shit sandwiches yourself, you just have to accept that other people are eating them around you.

>> No.1326403

>>1326377
I don't believe I said you had to partake of their habits. I just said that you can't honestly complain about them when you should have known ahead of time that things are not only different, but that you'd probably be a misfit and uncomfortable. You put yourself in that fucking situation, you have no right to bitch about having to "deal with it".

>> No.1326407

>>1326377
What constitutes a "shit sandwich" to you is not neccesarily for them. I would say you don't have to like it, but to also shut the fuck up about it. Particularly if everyone else is dealing with the same shit and managing to not cry like a bitch.

>> No.1326411

>>1326377
Let's see.

>>1326396
>>1326401
>>1326403
>>1326407
Yeah, /jp/'s saying you're an idiot. Give it up.

>> No.1326416

>>1326393
I have no idea why anybody would care. They're still reasonably polite to your face, who careswhat they say behind your back?

>> No.1326418

>>1326340
As >>1326192 and >>1326282, I'd like to say that I wasn't trying to say either one is "better," I was just pointing out the cultural differences.

Being an American myself, I prefer that people don't go around asking each other personal questions out of the blue, but I wouldn't expect
everyone in Japan to do/want the same, because their cultural upbringing is obviously different from mine.

>> No.1326424

>>1326340
As >>1326192 and >>1326282, I'd like to say that I wasn't trying to say either one is "better," I was just pointing out the cultural differences.

Being an American myself, I prefer that people don't go around asking each other personal questions out of the blue, but I wouldn't expect everyone in Japan to do/want the same, because their cultural upbringing is obviously different from mine.

>> No.1326427

Hey guys, I was in Amsterdam the other day. They were smoking weed everywhere! I was getting high just by proxy, it was fucking annoying. I knew that they smoke weed in Amsterdam, but I want to be a retard and complain about it on the internet, because it hurt my feelings.

>> No.1326435

personally, I don't think anyone has the right to complain about anything that's not a mob BEATING YOU HALF TO DEATH.

Could be worse.

>> No.1326447

>>1326427
And you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?

>> No.1326460

>>1326447

A ROYALE WITH CHEESE.

>> No.1326472

>>1326424
I don't except that either, but I shoulnd't have to deal with being pointed out, unlike most Americans who don't mind their privacy getting evased (or even wanting to be noticed) I deserve my privacy, like EVERYONE ELSE here, why should I be left out? because my status is a foreginer it's ok to evase my privacy? Don't think so, I yearn for the immunity some of you show.

>> No.1326476

>>1326424
I don't expect that either, but I shoulnd't have to deal with being pointed out, unlike most Americans who don't mind their privacy getting evased (or even wanting to be noticed) I deserve my privacy, like EVERYONE ELSE here, why should I be left out? because my status is a foreginer it's ok to evase my privacy? Don't think so, I yearn for the immunity some of you show.

>> No.1326478

>>1326476
>evased
Stop making up words, christ.

>> No.1326491

>>1326478
Evased is a real word, (it's means to make wider at the top, like a vase) though he likely meant invaded.

>> No.1326501

>>1326476
>é·va·sé /ˌeɪvɑˈzeɪ/ -adjective
>widened at the top, as a vase or chimney flue.
What.

>> No.1326509

>>1326491
Evased isn't the word. Evase is.

>> No.1326511

FEE FIE FOE FUM I SMELL THE BLOOD OF A FILTHY GAIJIN

>> No.1326512

>>1326476
How exactly is your privacy being invaded, again?

Did they put a camera in your toilet?

>> No.1326515

>>1326424
I don't expect that either, but I shoulnd't have to deal with being pointed out, unlike most Americans who don't mind their privacy getting invaded (or even wanting to be noticed) I deserve my privacy, like EVERYONE ELSE here, why should I be left out? because my status is a foreginer it's ok to invade my privacy? Don't think so, I yearn for the immunity some of you show.

>> No.1326519

FEE FIE FOE FUM I SMELL THE BLOOD OF GAIJIN SCUM

>> No.1326534

>>1326512
definition for idiots like you.

Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively.

>> No.1326537

>>1326512
>>1326512
definition for idiots like you. Hopefully you have the intelligence to apply it.

Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively.

>> No.1326974

>>1326377
Being a foreigner (not Japanese) in US, I can describe a lot of things that Americans eat in precisely this manner.

Guess what? I choose whatever food I find acceptable among what is available. And laugh at those Americans who can't find a kind of food that doesn't bloat them to the proportions of an average yukkuri.

>> No.1326991

>>1326292
wait what...they like french?

>> No.1327000

>>1326265

IT'S WHITEYS FAULT I'M A CRACK ADDICT!

>> No.1327009

>>1326991
More importantly, they hate Americans (like the rest of the world I guess)
But yes they do love France.

>> No.1327024

>>1327009
you delude yourself, no one likes france except muslims and niggers

>> No.1327040

>>1327024
Go watch Fox News, retard.
I'm not French but it's obvious the Japanese love them.
Also America is far more hated around the world, the more you know.

>> No.1327048

>>1327040
bawwwww

>> No.1327058

>>1327024
YOU'RE EITHER WITH MURKA OR AGAINST MURKA
FRANCE WHY DO YOU HATE FREEDOM

>> No.1327059

>>1327040
More like Fox Religious Lies

>> No.1327062

>>1326208

BAWWWWW, they noticed I'm not a jappy, I'm being DISCRIMINATED AGAINST

>> No.1327066

>>1327009
BRB flying to Japan.

>> No.1327078

Are you saying Japanese people found out you're not Japanese merely by reading your openly-displayed name?

Unbelievable! An outrage!

>> No.1327862

>>1326135
your name is probably three kanji characters

>> No.1327872

if op lives in a dorm, chances are a foreigner lives in EVERY room

I don't get what the big deal is

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1327878

>>1327862

What is this supposed to mean?

Also, 3 hiragana

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