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heya after some thought reading this i think i would like to ask if anyone know where to get a realistically cute dog or cat costume that would fit me and convincing to the japanese
*packing myself into a cardbox with "adopt me" sign*
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I think the trend of Japanese men and women not being interested in sex has to due with the stress level of most Japanese people being extremely high, and when you are stressed you can't relax and enjoy a good fuck. Sharing your emotions with others must come to be seen as normal healthy behavior and not a sign of weakness or this trend of low birthrate and high rates of singleness and loneliness will continue.
Sharing your emotions with others must come to be seen as normal healthy behavior and not a sign of weakness or this trend of low birthrate and high rates of singleness and loneliness will continue.
It's ironic how you could apply that exaxt phrase to pretty much ANY industrialized nation. We make life much more complicated than it has to be. During that course, we drift away from each other (and what we really want in life) and at some point, we just accept it as normal state of living.
I have also lost all hope of having a girlfriend, not even think about getting married and having a family, because I came accustomed to working/hoarding money and keeping my feelings to myself. Ask YOURSELF: How many times have you seen someone you liked, no matter where or under which circumstances, and you haven't taken the chance to simply say "hi" or asking them out??? We just let opportunities pass, see that other person as something from antother dimension, and move on. EVEN MORE: Approaching someone/showing them empathy is mostly considered as rude, offensive and of bad manners!!! We've reached a state of mind that is poisonous to our hearts and only contributes to being a "productive" member of society and stacking up our wealth in order not to live in poverty when we're old and grey. But again, ask YOURSELF: If you're old and retired with a good financial security... wouldn't you still be poor... all alone?
Sorry for rambling, but I just felt like venting LOL.
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Honestly, I don't know about the ladies not liking sex but I do know that a huge contributor to the decline in birthrates is that the economy in Japan is so bad right now that most people just can't afford to have kids. It is cheaper to have a pet that you only have to feed once or twice a day verses food, clothing, education, toys, etc you have to get for a kid not to mention larger more expensive living quarters and such. Of course then same thing will probably start happening all over the world as the global economy is just crap right now. Of course, people in the US will have kids no matter what simply because we are used to being up to our eye balls in debt.
Akira Ishii, a 57-year-old TV and radio scriptwriter in Tokyo, and his wife have made it their nightly custom to roll out a futon in a living room to sleep alongside their geriatric 17-year-old dog, Hank.
The couple take turns caring for the "shiba inu" through the night, helping the dog turn his body while sleeping so he will not suffer bedsores. Soaking pet food in hot water and putting it into Hank's mouth is another routine chore.
Medical expenses have since weighed on the Ishiis, who spent more than ¥120,000 [$1500] in April alone on medication for Hank, ranging from twice-a-day pills for his heart and liver to a tranquilizer designed to prevent him from barking at night.
The need for 24-hour care prevents Ishii and his wife from staying away from home together for extended periods and limits the sphere of their activities...