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Anonymous asked:

If a guy walked into a Host Club, it would be well received?

hostlife:

I haven’t witnessed that kind of thing so i don’t know. Some of the staff will definitely go up to him before he manages to even do anything. Depends on WHO the guy is tho. I’ve seen a sightseeing group who were all wearing santa hats trying to enter the club i visited, and the manager ran up to them before they even managed to enter the club. They had misunderstood something and accidentally came down to the club. But yeah.. if you are just a guy who want’s to go for fun… I don’t know`?? try it out and see xD

ps. I have never even walked into a host club alone. I have always gone with a host.

Lots of clubs accept male customers. Some don’t.

If you become a regular customer you walk in by yourself more often!

fuckyeahbangya:

Not all bandomen have your best interests in heart, girls. Sometimes, they’ll play you just so you sleep with them and BAM, they’re done with you or they want something else.

I met this bandoman from an indies band at a live. He was super sweet to me and chatted with me. I was really naive and I’d never had a lot of experience with romance or flirting or anything. I was also homesick and I just… missed being able to talk to someone.

I was stupid, because now that I’m older I realize that he was playing with me, but at the time… I didn’t know any better. How was I supposed to know, you know? I was a kid.

Either way, he kept asking me to go to his lives and I kept going (mostly because another band I really liked always played with him.) And, one day, he asked to see me after the live. We went drinking, and it was just really… nice. He didn’t try anything weird because I told him I wasn’t ‘ready’ for any of that. 

We did that a few times and he invited me to go to one of his onemans. I even had my name on a list, and it was the first time something like that ever happened. I felt kind of… special? I don’t know.

I ended up giving him my virginity soon after and we had sex a few times after, and then he was done with me. He got what he wanted, and suddenly if I wanted to see him I needed to pay for things like dinner or drinks or he’d ignore my messages. 

I was so upset I pretended like the entire thing didn’t happen, that I was still a virgin, that I’d never met him. I actually started skipping my favorite band’s lives or only going just for them and leaving right after just so I wouldn’t need to see him. I was only in Japan for a little while, so it ended up meaning I missed some of my favorite things.

That fucked me up worse than I even want to admit. I’ve never actually TOLD anyone about it before. Even my closest friends never actually knew the real way I lost my virginity. I came up with some story about it and I lied. I hate lying, but that isn’t exactly something you tell people when you meet them. 

It’s been a long time and even now I just don’t trust people. I was stupid but he was an asshole.

They just call these human beings like this “men” — seriously. Wtf.

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

are we seriously in a position to hate on gaijin bangyaos for "looking like girls" when we're in the freaking VISUAL KEI FANDOM? does not compute. i'd call that racism on some level hahaha.

fuckyeahtanuki:

fuckyeahbangya:

That isn’t racism. You need to go back to racism 101.

I love how people think “racism” is an universally applicable word. Like…I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard, “That’s racist against women,” and I’ve had to say,

"THAT’S CALLED SEXISM."

Aren’t we using the term gyao  like ギャ男 the male counter part of ギャル?  バンギャ男?

If this is the case, and were made at gaijin dudes for looking like chicks and mocking them — while accepting the asian dudes doing it — it is indeed racism o.o? 

Anonymous

Anonymous asked:

I often see this term on tanuki: 糞麺 But what does it mean?

contraversi12:

fuckyeahtanuki:

contraversi12:

fuckyeahtanuki:

contraversi12:

fuckyeahtanuki:

Really, it’s not obvious?!

It’s not obvious at all…what does this word actually mean, not what it’s about… -_-

WTF is the difference between “what a word means” and “what it’s about”?

Knowing when to use the word in a sentence as opposed to using the word to describe something, that’s the difference lol

I don’t have the vaguest idea WTF you’re trying to say.

You talk about so many things on this page. They all basically relate. But b/c there are a wide variety of things being discussed, unless someone understands Japanese, not many people know what this word directly translates to. I don’t really get the hassle of just saying what this word directly translates too lol. You translate like whole fucking conversations lol.

Typically when people don’t understand Japanese, they don’t understand Japanese words. 


Just sayin ya’ll. 

Why don’t people just admit they don’t know Japanese when they ask these questions lol. 

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