wagyl wrote:It may come as a shock, but it is not all about YOU YOU YOU.
I was referring to the weeaboos you feel sorrow for.
But, hey, it seems I struck a nerve somewhere there, which is interesting in itself. You also seem to have mixed feelings about Tama, simultaneously intense pride and intense shame. That is not uncommon.
Samurai_Jerk wrote:The joke only works with Dutch pronunciation.
wagyl wrote:Heather is in denial.
Grumpy Gramps wrote:That's what oat meals do to you. Oat is meant for horses.
Dr Samuel Johnson wrote:oats: a grain, which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people.
a multitude of kilted gentlemen wrote:Which is why England has the best horses, and Scotland the best men.
Yeah, yeah, but those müeslis were designed for the farmer, who would climb up his steep mountain after breakfast and then burn a couple ten-thousand calories swinging a shovel/pickaxe/pitchfork in his field all day long.wagyl wrote:Says the man from the country which brought us Müesli.
Yokohammer wrote:I can think of several major cities in civilized (in the relative sense) countries where this a-hole wouldn't survive three seconds with that schtick. Probably why he does it in Japan. Just because people don't complain, or beat the living shit out of him, doesn't mean that what he's doing isn't disrespectful. Of course he's too fucking stupid and head-over-heels in love with himself to realize that.
If you're guessing that I hate people like this, you guess right.
Yokohammer wrote: His little ego trip can only do damage.
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