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He might be right, but the word ‘childish’ makes me think that his culture might have a different concept of maturity.Being ‘mature’ in Japan can be seen as ‘childish’ elsewhere and vice versa.You’ve gone to Roppongi and you see that dude, the brown or black-skinned trying to get people to come to their club or their bar. Looks kinda shady, looks kinda seedy, that kinda dude, standing out in Roppongi. But, maybe in people’s minds…some Japanese women don’t wanna date black men. While in aforesaid time warp, he discovered that he absolutely loves writing, blogging, and sharing. And I think sometimes people associate all black people with that. There are also Japanese women who don’t want to do white men. Donald is the creator, writer, designer, editor, programmer, and occasional bad artist of blog (that's just way too many hats, dude). A guy says that it’s very hard for him to have good relationships with Japanese women.‘My biggest problem is that most girls my age (~25) are very childish’, he points out.So this guy was a Caucasian male, I’d say maybe…mid to late 20’s…I’m not sure. And then if they got upset about it, he’d just say “Pikachu” or “Pokemon.” You can just grab a girl’s head and be like … And I wanted to show you a clip of this, please take a look. But Is there a pecking order among foreigners when it comes to dating.
” Yesterday a friend of mine showed me a video about a pickup artist who went to Tokyo and just went nuts dating and said and he had so much success with Japanese women and he was talking to his “students” about it. …Crazy.” In some of the little video clips, he was saying that he would walk up to Japanese women, grab them by the head and do this (gesture). But actually he said something in that video that struck me a little bit more.
Then the real question is this: what is the difference between successful and unsuccessful people?
Fortunately, thanks to zoomingjapan, I have a good sample of comments on this.
Hey this is Donald with and this is Japan talk Session 2.
In our last discussion we were talking about whether or not there was a pecking order among foreigners when it comes to workplace.