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So I was talking with this teacher about the flu, and she said "But you know what? Those little monsters, they never get sick! It would be so nice if they got sick and missed school. When I`m sick, I try to cough on them, but they still don`t get sick! Maybe being a little monster protects you from the flu."
You know though, she does have a point. If only I`d known during my school days...maybe my grades would have suffered, but I would have been incredibly healthy.
He didn`t even get the "s" at the end, which was the whole point of the activity.
One boy comes up to me, and decides to be funny. Or at least, tries to be. He cooly walks into my shop and says "3 condoms, please."
I tell him it`s NOT that kind of hamburger shop.
He gets a laugh out of all his friends, and confused looks from most of the other students who had no idea what he said. The Japanese teacher knew perfectly though, and told him to shape up and do the activity right. The boy then decides to be serious and proceeds with "4 bonana, please".
i thought gaijin just meant stranger..but then again, i just assumed that bc it sounds like the chinese word for stranger.
Oh, me too. Hahah.
Do they get free american porn?
I spent most of my time with the high school students (ichinensei-sannensei high school), but I often went with my homeroom teacher (Shiho-sensei, who reminds me EXACTLY of the Americanized teacher) to teach the middle schoolers. The kids in my school did things this man didn`t even mention.
The Japanese are much more different from us than we realize, or tend to want to believe.
To Jimbo, Gaijin is actually a derogatory term for foreigners. No respectable Japanese adult will EVER call a foreigner a Gaijin (although any manner of young student will). It`s actually a nickname from the Gaijin themselves. That`s the only way it`s respectable (but still frowned upon). The not-so-literal translation is "outsider&qu
lol, sticking fingers up butts.
I have no idea japanese schools were like this.