Japanese girls looking for a foreign boyfriend? Q&A with Ask Japanese #3

Japanese girls looking for a foreign boyfriend? Q&A with Ask Japanese #3


“Are there any Japanese girls looking for an American boyfriend or husband?” “I want to move out of America before Trump gets elected.” Who is Bob? Are you seeing someone else? “Cat are you single?” That question is coming from someone who calls himself Epic MILFTime! More questions and answers: START! “Do you have any bad experiences when talking to people on the street?” For every person that you see, you have to think that there are 3 people that turned us down. But we are working really hard. It’s the things of keeping your spirits up even when people say “No we don’t wanna join the interview.” “Chaty Cat is not from Germany. Her English sounds a little bit” “like from England but theres no way she is from Germany. ” “I live in Germany and she sounds nothing like it.” I lived in the UK for a long time so that’s why my English has a different accent. But I could speak with a Gerrrrman accent if you would like me to. (German): I could also speak German but then 1/2 wouldn’t understand it. “How did you hear about Lolita fashion?” I heard about it actually through Anime, through coming to Japan, and then I started joining a community in the UK. “Why did the chicken cross the road?” because it played “Crossy Road” which is this really silly addictive game that I am playing on my phone right now. You play a chicken that crosses the road. It’s terrible, you just can’t stop! “More Cathy Cat!”
Thank you! “Where from Germany are you Cathy from?” I came from Bavaria. Bavaria. “How did you learn Japanese?”
I started by buying myself a book and learn a little bit every day. Find a book that suits you, one you think you can study with without getting bored. “When and how did your love for Lolita fashion happen Cathy Cat?” It started about six years back now, I think… Oh gosh has it already been that long? Bloody hell! “Do you have any idea how annoying it is when you say bing bong?” Bing Bong! “Any awkward situations arise when you ask people for interviews?” I had this guy who was like: “I am sorry, I really need to pee!” “What do Japanese people think about marriage between cousins?” Is that not legal in your country? “Ask Japanese people about what is bad in Japan and what country they want to live in.” What’s bad in Japan? We did a video about that. The link is up here. “Are you gonna bring back Bob?” Who is Bob? Are you seeing someone else? Does he have nicer hair than I do? He was collaborating with us at the start of this channel, but now he is doing his own projects so less likely. “What is the word when you get the question correct. It sounds like pinpon.” “Is that slang?” It’s Onomatopoeia. “How many years has Cathy Cat been living in Japan and what” “made her decide to move and stay?” I have lived her now for 2 1/2 years. The reason why I came here is because I worked really hard for many years to be able to come and stay and get a good degree that will allow me to work here properly. “Is there any Mexican restaurants in Japan?” Are there?
Yes there are! They are pricey though. Very pricey. “Are there any Japanese girls looking for an American boyfriend or husband?” “I want to move out of America before Trump gets elected. Thanks.” I don’t know, there is no one I can introduce you to right now I am afraid. “How much helium does Cathy Cat inhale to maintain her squeakiness?” I don’t think I am squeaky at all, what are you talking about?! “Tell us about drugs in Japan, do they smoke weed over there?” Never seen that! “How was your first day in Japan?” Very very jet-lagged! And I was surprised how quickly the sun sets. In Europe we have very long sunsets but in Japan it was like “BOOM. Sun is gone!” “Is Cathy the only one who can speak English fluently?” I can speak English, Our director can speak English. Aoi can speak a bit of English. “I’m going to skip to the real point we are trying to address here…” “Cat are you single?” That question is coming from someone who calls himself EpicMILFTIME! “How long does it generally take to move and get settled in Japan?” Have you been here before? Do you know where you would like to go? Settle what you actually want to do and what job you want to do and if you can do that with your current degree. “Cathy! What’s your favorite type of fashion? I’ve seen you in a documentary” “dressed in Decora and you always seem to have a different look in each video.” I can’t say that I just like one style. I like all the styles! So that’s why I always dress differently. “Is it possible to help or participate in other ways than to translate subtitles?” “Like sending you snacks, foods or sweets for Versus Taste Test?” Oh! That’s a good idea, can we do that? Yes? Maybe? “Are there any trending fashion stores or sweets you can recommend?” Would you like to wear what I am wearing? I’d say go to Harajuku and walk down Takeshita Street. There are so many shops that you will enjoy and there is also a massive sweets store on the right hand side. “Magnets, how do they work?” There is a plus and there is a minus and the + attracts the – I think I remember that much. “Maybe you know about language schools in Japan? Which is the cheapest?” There are MANY language schools. I would say you have to do LOTS of research. You also need to think whether they let you have accomodation and what you visa is going to be. “In Japan for two weeks, where would you guys recommend me going?” – Director: Probably Tokyo.
– If it’s only 2 weeks you can see the most in a short time that would be Tokyo. “Is German and Japanese makeup different?” Japanese makeup focuses on big eyes and German makeup actually on not wearing that much makeup. Ask more questions to the director so we can maybe persuade him to come come in front of the camera. Come on! Beep beep! Time is up! So these were all the videos that we did, answering your questions. Thank you very much for watching them. If you have any more questions, we are gonna do a similar video like that soon. Be tuned for that! And also, hopefully you find the other videos, They are up in the I-symbol if you click on the top right of the screen. Thank you very much for watching, join us on new adventures! If you left a question that is not for us, but for us to ask Japanese people, we don’t mention them here. We have collected all of them and put them in out idea box. So we will draw from them maybe in the future. Thank you very much for suggesting those questions. Looking forward to hearing from you soon! Bye! Say something! Director: “Say something.” No, say something. – You should say something!
– Director: You should say something! I have been talking all the time. Yes, say something!

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