So this song has topped UK charts and is second in the USA? In France it's 2nd too...the same phenomenon seems to happen evrerywhere in the world... congrats to the Japanese for having good tastes and not to like this crap too much!
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In France we have a lot of problems related to crime these days, like in Marseille and the rescent murders in Corsica. I don't think our government is competent for that matter. I hope Mr Cameron will be able to fix this problem in Britain at least....
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Japan only pay a visit to their boys, dead at war for their country, no matter if they're heroes or criminals, Korea and China, just get over it. end of the story.
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-1 Good| Bad Ivan CoughanoffalotOct. 17, 2012 - 09:09AM JST
I hope this unpleasant little episode will help to disabuse Japanese women once and for all of the bizarre misapprehension that French things are somehow sophisticated and romantic. Let us now begin our God-given duty of public mockery of all things French.
Yesd, I have noticed that the women like French stuff. too many of our Gallic "friends" in bars around Roppongi in those thin v-neck cardigans (or similar) with adoring little local lovelies hanging on their every word/pout/moue
Looks like jealousy, your comments are both stupid. I won't talk about idiot stereotypes about Brits I know, because this is off-topic...
For what I have to say about this story is I'm ashamed about Laurent Ruquier's joke. Now some Japanese people think is a "bad guy" which is unfair, because in past TV shows, he said he likes Japan and even showed his support to an exposition about manga that occured in a museum once. I remember a christmas/new year's day show where he featured sushi and ramen. Now, apologies are good, but what will happen if this kind of jokes are constantly reported via internet and causes diplomatic incident each time?
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