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Today was another sit,relax, and do nothing day so here is another JAPAN COMP!!! WHOOOcomment
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Gender: female
Age: 26
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXam3LliZbSBxHFX
Consoles Owned: playstation,nintendo, nintendo 64,
Interests: I have loads of interests
Date Signed Up:12/03/2011
Last Login:5/27/2016
Location:Kyoto Japan
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My name is Anya, I'm 26 years young and I'm currently working as an English language instructor for an elementary school in Kyoto Japan. I have also been known to make some pretty interesting comps

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#52 - Since you hold no offense to me allow me to explain myself wit… 09/15/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... 0
#49 - Do your research first. Some will be ok while others won't. I'…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... 0
#104 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
Ok thanks.
#18 - Almost every program will require a bachelor's degree in a tea…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +3
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#19 - redstain (09/14/2015) [-]
Thank you
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#47 - norwegiansnowman (09/15/2015) [-]
if english is your native language your pretty much set if you have a bacherlor degree. If not you have to struggle for it.
#17 - I have quite a few actually. Feel free to explore my posts via… 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +1
#171 - If they do they don't say anything about it. Its not exactly s…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/14/2015 on bizengaust's profile 0
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#172 - freaxxshow (09/14/2015) [-]
well, I guess Funnyjunk isn't suited for minors anyways..
#14 - I wouldn't recommend flying cheap. Save your money up because …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... 0
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#16 - superanonymouspers (09/14/2015) [-]
have you done any comps on living in japan? I've always been curious about it.

and thanks, I guess I'd better start saving up.
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#17 - bizengaust (09/14/2015) [-]
I have quite a few actually. Feel free to explore my posts via my profile if you like ^___^
#12 - 1. Site see The shrines and countrysides are beautiful …  [+] (6 new replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +12
#175 - thedancingfool (09/15/2015) [-]
Never got around to visiting an Onsen. I must admit it was basically my white-bread, Puritanical background that somehow makes public nudity so taboo.

Did go to a popular noodle house in Shibuya that had incredible spinach noodles (I think it also had a Brazilian grill there too). But mostly just loved regularly going to the local conveyor-belt sushi restaurant.

And drinking Royal Milk Tea while waiting for the train (and hot Royal Milk Tea at the top of Fuji--in the middle of blowing snow--in July).
#163 - oinos (09/15/2015) [-]
Wish I went to Akihabara. I know it's supposed to be the electronic city. So much shit there I wanted to see. Mostly got to see everything from Narita to Hiroshima when I was there.
#48 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
If I have one single tattoo roughly the size of my palm, a bit smaller, I should be fine right?
#164 - oinos (09/15/2015) [-]
Tribal stuff is usually ok. Otherwise I'd suggest just keeping it covered.
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#49 - bizengaust (09/15/2015) [-]
Do your research first. Some will be ok while others won't. I'd suggest looking up onsens that are ok with that sort of thing
#104 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
Ok thanks.
#10 - Pen pals is the best way. There are a lot of websites for peop… 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +3
#8 - Squid on a stick is actually one of my favorite festival snack…  [+] (11 new replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +23
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#148 - lolme (09/15/2015) [-]
The first thing I noticed about ikayaki is that you can write it backwards and it's still correct. How many autisimos do I have?
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#132 - flyingsquid (09/15/2015) [-]
I love them so much. Before Japan i would never guess that squid (ergo my name) would become one off my favorite meats!
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#33 - zeroqp (09/14/2015) [-]
what... how are you supposed to eat that? is it at least gutted? do you just eat the whole, entire thing? is any part of it rubbery and gross, enough to make you gag?
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#57 - bizengaust (09/15/2015) [-]
I eat it one chomp at a time. Depending on how it's cooked I may have to chomp and tug off a piece. They marinade them in different sauces so it's very rich in flavor.
#41 - lostlust (09/14/2015) [-]
Smaller ones may not be gutted and may still be raw, but those bigger ones are gutted and cooked. And yes you eat them... by biting one part at a time? not sure how else you eat something.

And it all depends on tastes and if you are used to it or not. Like how most asian people that grew up in asia legit think cheese just smells like rotting and very smelly spoiled milk and can't imagine why anyone would eat that - just like how many westerners look at durian fruit and smelly tofu.
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#102 - cooperdewoop (09/15/2015) [-]
What he is asking is:
Is there anything you dont eat, like if you were to eat a chicken leg, you wouldnt eat the bone or the cartlege on the ends (unless you're that type of guy. dont be that type of guy but just all the chicken that you can get. and leave the stuff on the ends
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#122 - iqequalzero (09/15/2015) [-]
What do you mean "that guy"? Shits delicious man. Also stronk viking customs.
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#114 - zeroqp (09/15/2015) [-]
thanks, that is what I meant.
#139 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
as far as i can see it those are gutted and the only thing i could imagine inedible being the beak
#140 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
*being inedible is the beak

i think
#11 - hillbillypowpow (09/14/2015) [-]
Radical man
#73 - In Japan it is frowned upon to show signs of affection in publ… 09/13/2015 on blown the fuck out +2
#28 - I'm sorry man. It's always unfortunate when people die young. … 09/10/2015 on Well then +2
#57 - won't you mention me please? 09/10/2015 on Tinder Comp 7 0
#160 - It's all good. I to apologize if I came off as rude in any way… 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +2
#67 - I would major in a teaching field because they like that best.…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips 0
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#68 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
I get so confused by the Russian alphabet if it makes you feel any better. though judging by your English now I would never be able to tell you were once confused by the alphabet I'm not discouraged about learning the language it's just i've accepted that if i stick to teaching myself it'll take a painfully long time.
Now what do you mean by a teaching field? Would i be looking for an education major? Also if you know a program specifically for teaching japanese that'd be super helpf ul though I'll look on my own if not asking you specifically is a bit much, you're already teaching english lol
#65 - It disappoints me to. Especially when I try to explain the goo…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips 0
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#69 - angelusprimus (09/09/2015) [-]
What do you mean "explain the good parts" the poverty, corruption and racism ARE the good parts!
Poverty means workers work for next to nothing, corruption means that you can pay off people and don't have to worry about basic safety or hygiene requirements and racism means you can get away with firing troublemakers (who want things like decent pay or human treatment) by accusing them they are gay or jews.
Its paradise! Paradise!

*this message has been paid for by the Russian oligarchs.
#73 - occasionallynice (09/09/2015) [-]
That's a good one
#64 - The first thing I'd do is search the internet about different …  [+] (3 new replies) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips 0
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#66 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
um, i've never actually used FJ's messaging system. I have found that trying to teach myself to read the language was going painfully slowly(and possibly inefficiently) and at a standstill whenever i attempted kanji. Let alone speak or understand someone else speaking. I've come to accept that i would require a tutor to reach any level of proficiency in the language.
So if i went to get a bachelor's would you suggest a teaching major or an English major?
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#67 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
I would major in a teaching field because they like that best. Don't be discouraged about Japanese. I was sub par when I arrived but over the years to come I got better and better. If your really super worried I'd go for teaching higher grades because they already have a basic understanding of the English language junior high and such . I was like this when I came from Russia. I knew maybe an armful of English, mostly phrases and greetings, and I couldn't write worth a damn I was so confused by the American alphabet but the more time I spent among the culture the faster I learned.
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#68 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
I get so confused by the Russian alphabet if it makes you feel any better. though judging by your English now I would never be able to tell you were once confused by the alphabet I'm not discouraged about learning the language it's just i've accepted that if i stick to teaching myself it'll take a painfully long time.
Now what do you mean by a teaching field? Would i be looking for an education major? Also if you know a program specifically for teaching japanese that'd be super helpf ul though I'll look on my own if not asking you specifically is a bit much, you're already teaching english lol
#57 - I don't have the patience or attention span to do long comps s…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +3
#125 - greekrascal (09/09/2015) [-]
Admin did this while you were away
#56 - I teach advanced English at a private school in Japan. You ca…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +1
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#61 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
So to follow up, do you think you could help point me in the right direction?
#64 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
The first thing I'd do is search the internet about different programs. You don't have to pick one, but get the basic idea of the educational requirements they will expect. I say this because some are ok with an associates but for the most part and that's 90% they will want you to have at least your bachelor's degree in some kind of teaching field. Some will haggle with you if it's not specific field but I'd try to pick one just for the sake of keeping things consistent otherwise you can end up teaching anything which could be messy. My best advice is look at different programs and maybe email them or call them to get a basic idea. I did this when I was in school so I could be prepared. It also helps to learn as much of the language and culture as you can. I've seen tons of teachers come to Japan without doing this and they are crying and getting a plane back by the end of the month because they weren't prepared. Japan is very different and without proper learning you will be a fish among sharks. I hope this helps. If you have other questions please feel free to message me and I'll help the best I can.
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#66 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
um, i've never actually used FJ's messaging system. I have found that trying to teach myself to read the language was going painfully slowly(and possibly inefficiently) and at a standstill whenever i attempted kanji. Let alone speak or understand someone else speaking. I've come to accept that i would require a tutor to reach any level of proficiency in the language.
So if i went to get a bachelor's would you suggest a teaching major or an English major?
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#67 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
I would major in a teaching field because they like that best. Don't be discouraged about Japanese. I was sub par when I arrived but over the years to come I got better and better. If your really super worried I'd go for teaching higher grades because they already have a basic understanding of the English language junior high and such . I was like this when I came from Russia. I knew maybe an armful of English, mostly phrases and greetings, and I couldn't write worth a damn I was so confused by the American alphabet but the more time I spent among the culture the faster I learned.
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#68 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
I get so confused by the Russian alphabet if it makes you feel any better. though judging by your English now I would never be able to tell you were once confused by the alphabet I'm not discouraged about learning the language it's just i've accepted that if i stick to teaching myself it'll take a painfully long time.
Now what do you mean by a teaching field? Would i be looking for an education major? Also if you know a program specifically for teaching japanese that'd be super helpf ul though I'll look on my own if not asking you specifically is a bit much, you're already teaching english lol
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#58 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
That's actually precisely what i want to do. I just haven't figured out exactly where to start to actually do it. As no one i know has any clue what to go about doing either. I'm a native English speaker (fluent too, figured out of all the people I've met that is unfortunately necessary to mention)
#49 - It's also one of the biggest countries and without a ruler who…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +4
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#50 - adviceweed (09/09/2015) [-]
Weird to think that Russia remains one of the 3 most powerful nations in the world since WWII*
#46 - Thank you. You worded it better then I ever could of. It is a … 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +4
#40 - Norway is very lovely. 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +1
#39 - The more I think about it the more I can see that. Bad water, … 09/09/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +5
#37 - one hundred million dollars  [+] (9 new replies) 09/08/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +4
#82 - iqequalzero (09/09/2015) [-]
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#54 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
What do you do for work? And is there any openings?
#56 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
I teach advanced English at a private school in Japan. You can get many jobs like this through programs if you have a teaching certificate. It's good work and a job that if you work really hard at you can advance. I started out at a tutoring school (they are called Eikaiwa in Japan) and over 7 years I'm working a good paying job. Japan is always looking for fluent English speakers so it's easy to find programs.
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#61 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
So to follow up, do you think you could help point me in the right direction?
#64 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
The first thing I'd do is search the internet about different programs. You don't have to pick one, but get the basic idea of the educational requirements they will expect. I say this because some are ok with an associates but for the most part and that's 90% they will want you to have at least your bachelor's degree in some kind of teaching field. Some will haggle with you if it's not specific field but I'd try to pick one just for the sake of keeping things consistent otherwise you can end up teaching anything which could be messy. My best advice is look at different programs and maybe email them or call them to get a basic idea. I did this when I was in school so I could be prepared. It also helps to learn as much of the language and culture as you can. I've seen tons of teachers come to Japan without doing this and they are crying and getting a plane back by the end of the month because they weren't prepared. Japan is very different and without proper learning you will be a fish among sharks. I hope this helps. If you have other questions please feel free to message me and I'll help the best I can.
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#66 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
um, i've never actually used FJ's messaging system. I have found that trying to teach myself to read the language was going painfully slowly(and possibly inefficiently) and at a standstill whenever i attempted kanji. Let alone speak or understand someone else speaking. I've come to accept that i would require a tutor to reach any level of proficiency in the language.
So if i went to get a bachelor's would you suggest a teaching major or an English major?
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#67 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
I would major in a teaching field because they like that best. Don't be discouraged about Japanese. I was sub par when I arrived but over the years to come I got better and better. If your really super worried I'd go for teaching higher grades because they already have a basic understanding of the English language junior high and such . I was like this when I came from Russia. I knew maybe an armful of English, mostly phrases and greetings, and I couldn't write worth a damn I was so confused by the American alphabet but the more time I spent among the culture the faster I learned.
User avatar
#68 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
I get so confused by the Russian alphabet if it makes you feel any better. though judging by your English now I would never be able to tell you were once confused by the alphabet I'm not discouraged about learning the language it's just i've accepted that if i stick to teaching myself it'll take a painfully long time.
Now what do you mean by a teaching field? Would i be looking for an education major? Also if you know a program specifically for teaching japanese that'd be super helpf ul though I'll look on my own if not asking you specifically is a bit much, you're already teaching english lol
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#58 - alexithymic (09/09/2015) [-]
That's actually precisely what i want to do. I just haven't figured out exactly where to start to actually do it. As no one i know has any clue what to go about doing either. I'm a native English speaker (fluent too, figured out of all the people I've met that is unfortunately necessary to mention)
#29 - The area I grew up in a lot of people would warn passing touri… 09/08/2015 on Russian Travel Tips 0
#28 - I can see I didn't choose my words wisely so allow me to try a…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/08/2015 on Russian Travel Tips +9
#117 - thegrayfox (09/09/2015) [-]
"You can get poisoned with water, mugged while in train, cops won't help you, hospitals are useless".

Yeah... Your country has "problems". If these things don't discourage someone from visiting a country, I don't know what will.
#89 - ptolomeus (09/09/2015) [-]
You're right in everything you said, and i do agree that there are some basic cultural stuff you have to learn before you visit some specific countries
I do appreciate your tips though i did came off a bit rude on my list... Sorry.
But i really do want to visit Russia sometime, and even take the "feared" trans Siberian railway. It's been a dream for quiet some years now.
Mfw on the train.
#160 - bizengaust (09/09/2015) [-]
It's all good. I to apologize if I came off as rude in any way. Trans Siberian actually isn't too terrible as long as you pay the extra amount to get a good coach. It's sectioned off into a class system so if you pay extra you can get a good private coach with a lot of space and a bed to nap in. Otherwise if you pay very little you can end up in the poor section which is overcrowded and full of people who don't shower and kick you off your bunk.
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#122 - anon (04/01/2015) [+] (2 replies)
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great japanese comp. please make more
#177 to #122 - tarabostes (12/13/2015) [-]
**** off weeb
#125 to #122 - bizengaust (04/02/2015) [-]
Anything for you Admin-Sama
Anything for you Admin-Sama
#173 - nanako (10/19/2015) [-]
Why is your account name stuck in my head. What does it even mean?
#178 to #173 - tarabostes (12/13/2015) [-]
It means "I love Nanako" in ancient germ-talk
#181 to #178 - nanako (12/13/2015) [-]
:3
#182 to #181 - tarabostes (12/13/2015) [-]
: ******:3
#174 to #173 - bizengaust (10/21/2015) [-]
I've been told it's very close to the name of a manga but it's actually my maiden name. It means something along the lines of misty forest as far as vague translations to English go.
I've been told it's very close to the name of a manga but it's actually my maiden name. It means something along the lines of misty forest as far as vague translations to English go.
#175 to #174 - nanako (10/21/2015) [-]
is it german?
#176 to #175 - bizengaust (10/23/2015) [-]
Germanic yes. My family sometime way back when in 1912 migrated to Russia and started to breed. The family the Germanic part breeded with was Nereyev which means light. Growing up I was that person with the obvious foreign last name.
#170 - freaxxshow (09/14/2015) [-]
just wondering: Do your students have any idea that you are kind of a big deal on a fairly irrelevant social media site?
#171 to #170 - bizengaust (09/14/2015) [-]
If they do they don't say anything about it. Its not exactly something I advertise to the world nor something I put on my resume. although that would be awesome I used to contribute to a blog that I wrote serious stuff about work and traveling in Japan that they thought was pretty boring so honestly if I told them I was famous on an obscure funny site they probably wouldn't believe me. Gif is my students when I told them about my blogging acheivment
#172 to #171 - freaxxshow (09/14/2015) [-]
well, I guess Funnyjunk isn't suited for minors anyways..
#169 - joshlol (09/09/2015) [-]
thank you for all your comps <3
#166 - freaxxshow (08/26/2015) [-]
psst. just checkin' if you're still alive.
#167 to #166 - bizengaust (08/26/2015) [-]
Still alive just very busy these days. I'll be posting content again soon so never fear.
#168 to #167 - freaxxshow (08/26/2015) [-]
yay, great to hear!
#164 - didimighty (06/12/2015) [-]
I know where that header is from.
#165 to #164 - bizengaust (06/12/2015) [-]
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#150 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
pick a color between infrared and ultraviolet
#151 to #150 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
bright ass water blue
#152 to #151 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
isn't water clear?
#153 to #152 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
Good point. I retract my previous statement in favor of dirty ocean florescent blue.
#154 to #153 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
I'm gonna need a picture
#156 to #154 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
or this one
#155 to #154 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
Best I could find
#157 to #155 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
There are so many different shades in those photos
#158 to #157 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
Let's say the color that's between the darkest and the lightest.
#159 to #158 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
I'm picking a single pixel here
#160 to #159 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
we'll just say florescent blue then. I'm sorry I'm failing around every corner
#161 to #160 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
What do you mean?
#162 to #161 - bizengaust (05/14/2015) [-]
I'm not good with colors as stupid as that sounds. I'd say sky blue or ice blue of the florescent variety if I had to pick one.
#163 to #162 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (05/14/2015) [-]
Alrighty, thank you
#142 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (04/23/2015) [-]
Hello
#143 to #142 - bizengaust (04/24/2015) [-]
Hello friend
Hello friend
#144 to #143 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (04/24/2015) [-]
How goes it?
#145 to #144 - bizengaust (04/26/2015) [-]
It goes I suppose. Neck deep in a case study for my school on bullying. I thought it would be fun but so far I've just walked up steep hills and sweated myself to death to have doors slammed on my face because Japanese people are so reluctant to talk about such things. So is my life.
It goes I suppose. Neck deep in a case study for my school on bullying. I thought it would be fun but so far I've just walked up steep hills and sweated myself to death to have doors slammed on my face because Japanese people are so reluctant to talk about such things. So is my life.
#146 to #145 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (04/26/2015) [-]
It's alright, life wouldn't be life without random obstacles to get in our way. Just keep trying, you'll get the information you need soon enough
#147 to #146 - bizengaust (04/26/2015) [-]
Thank you : ). I'm doing my very best and I plan to go back tomorrow and try to get the last bit I need. I've learned the key is being compassionate and assertive at the same time.
#148 to #147 - lightspeedtooslow ONLINE (04/26/2015) [-]
That's the spirit, also if it helps: try to assure them that the information is very valuable and will be used for the greater good or something like that
#149 to #148 - bizengaust (04/26/2015) [-]
I do usually. With Japanese people though it's like talking to people in the hood in the sense that they have a no talking policy. Most don't want to get involved and unless I can explain in a really quick breath that its confidential and nobody will know about it they slam the door in my face.
It's either that or they want money but when I explain it's a case study and any retribution will be small at best because it's a small study and again, door in the face. I suppose though if I don't try nothing will be fixed. Seriously though climbing up hot hills in a black blazer and slacks is hell I'd wear something else but that's the dress code here.
#139 - nameihavetochoose (04/13/2015) [-]
Hey Bizengaust, I just got back from a class trip to Japan today, so I wanted to thank you because your comps were really helpful. I had your Useful Japanese Phrases comp saved on my phone and referenced it all the time.
#141 to #139 - bizengaust (04/13/2015) [-]
Your welcome. I'm glad they were able to help you ^_^.
#140 to #139 - helpful (04/13/2015) [-]
he had comps of me what
#129 - joshlol (04/02/2015) [-]
great japanese comp. please make more
#180 to #129 - tarabostes (12/13/2015) [-]
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#127 - tarabostes (04/02/2015) [-]
What is the japs's impression on animu? Do they think it was a mistake?































btw i love your comps keep up the good work!
#130 to #127 - bizengaust (04/04/2015) [-]
Anime is the same as cartoons in the states. There are some that are really good and get a lot of praise and there are some where you look at it and wonder, &quot;what the hell where they thinking.    
 Iruka is my favorite anime character and I don't even know why he just is
Anime is the same as cartoons in the states. There are some that are really good and get a lot of praise and there are some where you look at it and wonder, "what the hell where they thinking.
Iruka is my favorite anime character and I don't even know why he just is
#132 to #130 - tarabostes (04/04/2015) [-]
Heh, like boku no pico? HUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHU EHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEH UEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUE HUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHU EHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUE
Well he might not be the strongest, but he's a very good teacher and helped Naruto in many ways! <3




















what's a bizengaust cheeki breeki?
#133 to #132 - bizengaust (04/04/2015) [-]
Probably why I liked him. He was a normal teacher and tried to help him despite his past. Bizengaust is my maiden name(it means deep forest in old slavic) . Just seemed like an ok username at the time
#134 to #133 - tarabostes (04/04/2015) [-]
Heh i get you! My favorite's probably Itachi or Nagato...   
 SS-So cc-can i enter your sacred Bizengaust??    
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 I'm Bogdan btw    
 in the gif it's The wood style move Bizengaust bloom   hue
Heh i get you! My favorite's probably Itachi or Nagato...
SS-So cc-can i enter your sacred Bizengaust??




























I'm Bogdan btw
in the gif it's The wood style move Bizengaust bloom hue
#137 to #134 - bizengaust (04/04/2015) [-]
Alas I am spoke for.  I like Itatchi to but his backstory is full of many plot holes
Alas I am spoke for. I like Itatchi to but his backstory is full of many plot holes
#138 to #137 - tarabostes (04/04/2015) [-]
pjgipwgjoehoiwoh9wwwwww3gj9w3asuhdaushfusafgaisfiuasghauhgasdfgt what is that supposed to mean?? HUH???