You got a cellphone in Japan! (Did you get SoftBank or au? I like au for two reasons unrelated to the actual phone. […]
Without knowing the heart of the student, the intent of the mother, and only looked at this act through the lens of Japanese culture, the act could be seen as morbid nefarious aggression. I.e., The student wished for my death.
I said, “Touch your chin,” and proceeded to place my finger on my mentum; however, Japanese-toddler logic mandated not the mentum as modeled, but what he very knew to be his chin. You see, “chin-chin” (ちんちん) is the Japanese kid word for penis.
“When foreigners eat sushi, it really is peace, isn’t it.”- Jichan, 92 #sushipeace