Mittwoch, 21. September 2011

After one month or: about clichés, Japanese couples,scary things, family and amazing eyes

I know, it' been a while, sorry for waiting.

First, I want to thank everybody who's following my blog, even if the posts are reeeaaaaally long sometimes!;)

It's been one month since my feet touched Japanese ground for the first time in my life. I already experienced a loooot, and I think there'll be a lot more in the future to write about.And I still don't know Japan at all.
One thing I've learned about are clichés: As always, some of them are true, and some are wrong.
So I'll make a list with the clichés that are true, and one with the wrong ones:

Cliché 1: All Japanese are slender.
WRONG! I've the feeling, that they just waited for me to come to Japan, only to show that their also are really FAT Japanese. But the gab here is much bigger than in Europe. In Europe, there are the slender ones, the normal ones (most part of the population, I think) , the bigger ones and at last the fat ones.But here, there are only the slender ones and the bigger ones (and a few really fat ones).This can be really depressing, if you go shopping with your friends, because in Europe, you see a model showing the new clothes of autumn on a placard, and you say: ok, on most of our people, these clothes don't look half as good as on this model. But her in Japan, you see a bunch of girls wearing this clothes right beside the placard, and it just fits them.O.O But it's a good motivation for all of us to loose some weight - the fashion here really is just ADORABLE!!^o^<3<3<3<3<3<3<3

Cliché 2: All Japanese are friendly:

At first I really thought surprised, this really is a true cliché. Because most of Japanese really are nice and friendly and really cooperative if you talk with them. But there are also some really rude ones, for example at my bunkasai(school festival), there were some annoying girls at our age, that just cut in the line between me and my friend, or sometimes, when you're standing in line waiting for something, there are some unfriendly persons, coming so close, that you can feel their breathe on you NECK!!! I HATE THIS!!!!!>0< well, then I always make a powerful step back, that always helps!^^

To sum up, cliché 2 is wrong, but not completely.

cliché 3: All Japanese are small

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Well......ok, partly correct. BUT ALSO PARTLY WROOONG!>:P
Ok, it's true that almost all Japanese women are small. And many of my friends said it truly could be difficult to find a good-looking guy taller than me. Well, there are a many hot and yummy guys around here, and there are also several reeeeallly tall Japanese guys. The problem is, that I couldn't find the combination hot AND tall until now. They are all eihter hot and smaller or in best case same height as me, or then they are taller but not yummy at all!-.-'' This is really difficult!-o-''  BUT I WON't GIVE UP, since I want to win the contest for who finds the hottest Japanese guy - well, and to win the contest for who has the hottest boyfriend would also not be to bad, nee??!!x'D^^

cliché 4:

All Japanese love manga and anime

True!^^ Well, I'm sure there are also persons who don't like animes or mangas, but until now,there was always  one anime/manga they really love (mostly one piece!^w^)
But I didn't watch one episode anime since I'm here!O.O'' This is really unusual for me!!:0
But a classmate lend me the manga blue exorcist, which seems to be really cool (well, at the moment, the mostpart I read I don't understand!-.-'')

cliché 5: Japanese eat always rice
TRUE! Well, almost always. But that's no problem for me, since I love rice, and there are a lot of different variations, I JUST LOVE IT!!*parabababa*x)

A ting I also love, is my family: my sister is so cool (this week, I'll go with her on a three day trip to tokyo, including tokyo Disneyland, tokytower and AKIHABARA!!!!!!^o^ There I'll finally buy new earphones -FINALLY!!!!<3<3<3) And my hostmother is so cool: I had to give EF, my organisation, a call to inform them about the trip and to get the permission. But there is a rule that says, the person who's traveling with you has to be at least 24. Well, my sister is 21. So they just said: Sorry, not possible! And I felt terribly bad, because we already booked everything. So I wrote my sister a mail with the bad news, and apologized about 10 times or so. But when i came home in the evening, my sister and mother were sitting around the table and grinning at me, and with a really amused smirk, my host mother said: SOOOOO, Akuma-chan, the tokyo trip is impossible, nee?? what a shame!tststssss. And i was like: THAT'S NOT FUNNY AT ALL!!!>o< And she continued with the same smirk: Well, it's really annoying to cancel everything, so I decided to come also with the two of you, than it shouldn't be a problem, right? And I was like: REALLY??!^^And she: Of course NOT, but we don't have to mention that towards EF, nee??;P
XD she's so cool.  And my hostfather is just nice: we have to sharp our pencils with a knife, because that gives more variation of thickness of the streak color. But he didn't know that, and the day after, there was a new sharpener on my table!>< cuute!!
But the cutest of my family is my brother: As you know, he's playing rugby, and therefore, he has always little injuries, the last one on his knee. So, when he stood up from the couch, he sharply soaked in air and said curbed: Ouch! So I asked him: Is it still hurting??
And with a really manly and brave face he replied: No, No, it's not hurting at all!!X) And I just said "Liar!" whereon he had to laugh. Well, cute moment number one. Number two was, when he watched a rugby game on tv, I mentioned that I think rugby is interesting, but a little bit scary!-.-'' You know what?? he immediately changed program to some singing show! And I was like : NO!! you don't have to do that, it's not THAT scary, you know!-.-''^^'' And he was like: NO, if it scares you, then I won't watch it! And two hours later, he wanted to watch rugby again, while I was surfing the web. But with a apprehensive glance he asked: "Akuma-chan, I'll watch rugby now, is that fine with you??">//< cuuute!!^w^

A thing I'm really confused about is how Japanese couple show themselves in publicity. For example, a boy  I know from maths always walked together with a girl, so I thought: AAH, they must be Best friends. But then I realized: hey, we are in Japan, they have to be a couple!!! Well, I'm used to see couples making out with each other in publicity in Switzerland, but her in Japan, they already feel a bit embarrassed if they hold hands with each other!O.O

Apropos couple, last week, a really strange thing happened to me: When I was on a sightseeing tour in Osaka with valerie and my parents, we were waiting to get on top of tennouji, the osaka tower. Well,I'm used to be starred at, but there was a guy in the early twenties, starring at me like spellbounded. And the strange thing was, he was there with his GIRLFRIEND!!! Well, I discussed the topic "to-be-starred-at" a few minutes ago with valerie, and she proposed to just stare back, what normally is really funny, because then, normally, Japanese look away in a hurry, feeling really embarrassed. So I decided to do the same with this guy, but he just kept on starring. So we starred at each others eyes for at least 15 seconds (which is a really long time to stare at somebody) , and then he suddendly said with a spellbound mood: SUGOI SUGOI KIREI! sugoi kirei me! (AMAZING. AMAZING BEAUTIFUL! your have amazing beautiful eyes!) And I just said:....EH?!?!!!
And then, his girlfriend turned around and said: Really, OMG, this shape, and this COLOR, wow!! And I was really flabbergasted, and just brought out a "uuh, uhm, thank you!>//<"  That's even in Japan REALLY unusual!!!O.O''

When we are already at the topic eyes, In my parallelclass, there is a guy with just the most amazing eyes    
I've ever seen!0.0 He's not Ikemen or sow, but his eyes are just like a cat's one!O.O And he played the wolve in Red riding hood at my bunkasai, therefore he was wearing cat-like ears when <i saw him the first time, and I was like: HOLY SHIIIT, is this a catboy out of some Manga or something?!?!!!! And they weren't rouged, they are ALWAYS like this!0.0 本当にふしぎ です、ね?O.O (really unusual, nee?)

Well, now we are already at the last topic: scary things!
At my bunkasai, we visited a lot of attractions,  under it two horror houses. they were really good, and after the one, i had red color in my face that looked like blood, but I don't know how it go there, since I didn't touch a thing!O.OxD this was really strange, since it wasn't part of the attraction!00''

Another thing that's scary is the age of Japanese people. it's so hard to guess. For example yoshi sensei, his behaivour is like beginning/middle twenties, but he turned 29 last week!O.o
how I found out? well, that's another interesting story!-.-'': last thursday, he had his last day (now, he's back at university). He brought his Ipod and speakers to our last Japanese lessons, and asked if it's ok to play some music. Since I'm music junkee and always interested in what music other people like, I immediately agreed.
He was hearing jazz before, and I said that this would be fine with me, but he was like: No, i want to show you something. Then he changed music to a really slow, romantic mood song, and said: everytime i hear this song, I really feel summer. Then he picked up a sentence and said you know the meaning? (the meaning was something like always when I think of you...) And i thought (WHY  THE HECK DID HE JUST PICK UP THIS SENTENCE?!?!O.O'')  The next song was even more romantic, and he started to sing along and smiling at me, and then suddenly said: Yeah, this song is about LOVERS!! and I was like EHEhe...>//<''-.-'' Then I changed the topic in direction favourite music, and rescued the situation. I mean, he's really yummy and stuff, but...just NOOO!!>< then he showed me his favourite band and was like: yeah, I don't think that many of the the students still know it, but I used to listen to it 11 years ago when i was a student here. And I was Like:!!!0.0''
....UHHHM, how old are you?
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........I turned 29 last week!


Well, I thought before of it as impossible, but now, the case is clear, even if raku-chan said: Hey, that'a no big deal, my sister came together with my piano teacher and there the difference is 15 years, and they are now a couple since three years, so 12 years is no big deal! And She and valerie  now have a perverse delight to tease me with: UHUUUUUH, Private lessons with yoshi sensei, what did you learn?? French??!-.-*** Raku, Valerie, I'm still angry!x'P x))

Luckily, this strange situation happend at his last day, so I won't see him anymore...I hope! But there could be a possibility, since we are practically neighbours and have the same trainstation!-.-''


...But back to the scary stuff, my absolute number one of things that scare me is:

MY Neighbour and Riya's friend SEI!

This weekend Valerie staied overnight at my house, and since I told her about Sei, she was really curious, so Riya brought Sei and his little brother over to our house. Well, Sei doesn't wear his mask anymore, but he's even more scary without!!OO'' My Hostmother thinks he's Ikemen, but I think his eyes are just scary! And again, he didn't speak a word in my direction, he even asked my hostmother about me, while I was sitting next to him!-.- And with his little brother the same. Then I asked him if he coud possibly talk to me, even if we don't know each other and my japanese is bad and he's shy, because this is just scary. Guess what I get? A shitty grin in my direction, but not directly to me!-.-**********
And you know what?! This rude, scary guy has a GIRLFRIEND!!!!!!OoO?! WTF is wrong with japanese taste?!?! How can it be, that someone like SEI has a GIRLFRIEND, while someone like Riya, really nice and interesting with a good taste of humor and good looking too, NEVER had one till now?!?!?! I wonder if she's pretty!-.-''

Oh, And i found out the name of the yummy guy in sculpture lessons: Seiya-kun!^w^ he seems to be really nice when we talked, as well as toma-kun, who's also in my sculpture class (but not as yummy as seiya - he looks like aang from avatar!xD But he's a funny guy!^^) And the girls are just cool in any event!^w^ this sunday, we will go shopping the first time together!^o^ tanoshimi da yo!!(I'm looking forward to it!^^)

Uff, congrats, you have made it through another endless seeming Post of Akuma-chan, whouououooo!!xD Soon more, stay health!^^

Sonntag, 11. September 2011

clothing or "typical-me"

Hey Guys,

Sorry for being late with my new post, but I was very busy (preparations for schoolfestival->more about that later:P), a loooooot of homework (sadly-.-'') and...and...and I was a bit lazy, too!!^^''

So, the first thing I want to talk about, is my clothing. I realized that ,until now, I've never written about this topic. Although this is a very interesting topic: First of all, my uniform: The point is, that I'm, like always, to tall. Which means, that until now, I had to go with the uniform skirt (which luckily fits me:P) below, and with my own T-shirts above, which was somehow really strange. This was because when I raised my arms, the sleeves ended shortly before my ellbows, and the shirt was like a belly-top!-.-'' So they had to make special design for me, which costs a bit time...But the day before yesterday, the summer shirts finally arrived(yeeah!) which means, that monday, I finally can go to school looking like everyone else from my school - well, point of view clothes!!^^''

Next thing about my clothing: Since I take a lot of art classes, I had to buy a boiler suit  to protect my clothes. So I went to workmans, a shop which has a lot of different boiler suits. I tried several, and found one that was kinda really good looking (which is not easy with a boiler suit!-.-''). I saw there where chinese characters (kanjis) written on it, but I didn't look to close at them(Bad fault, but this comes later..-o-''). At the way home, I bought something that looked like a cup icecream. It actually was something like that, but had no spoon inside. But I really wanted to eat it at the very moment, so I picked one of my chopsticks from my obento, and used it as a spoon (which was really difficult, and must have looked kinda weird/funny). At this very moment, a bunch of guys came round the corner and stared at me like: 1)ohmygosh, an european! 2) sheeesh, she's tall! 3) WHAT THE HECK IS WRONG WITH HER, YOU DON'T USE CHOPSTICKS TO EAT ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!*embarrassing*

But now, we come to the really *typical-me* part of that day: At home, I showed my new boiler suit, and remembered there are kanjis written on it. So I asked my host mother of their meaning, and she was like really amused. i asked her what she's so amused about, and she said: The meaning of this kanji is "man"!! -o-'' And then I also recognized it! Sheesh, we had to laugh so bad, because it was written on the back, both sleeves and: on the CHEST!xD I cut it off where I could, and where it wasn't possible, I wrote "suki da yo"(like "I love") next to "otoko"(man). So now EVERYBODY knows I'm hetero!!xP
Typical me, right??:P

Even my host brother  really had to laugh, and I think this was the day the ice began to break between him and me, now he's somehow more open than before.:)...But I'm still really scared of his friends, without a reason, they just scare me!!0.0'' Especially Sei, the guy with the mask. i really have to do something about it!-.-''

Next thing that happened to me and just was like "typical-me": First of all, I'm actually a 2nd grader, but I also visit classes with 1st and 3rd graders.However, the week before last week, we had "back-to-school-time", which means, that several classes were skipped, and therefore you visited sometimes classes from 5th/6th period in period 3/4. But last week, we had the normal one. Friday, I was  really sleepy, and therefore not really attentive. So I again went to the classroom of 5th/6th period in period 3.And since this was also a first graders class, i thought everything is normal and sat down. i thought, that maybe my classmates sitting next to me were sick or just had another reason not to be here. And I thought, that the teacher is maybe another one because in some classes they have like co-operation...And like that, I always found a reasonable reason for everything that seemed weird....-.-''
So I sat nearly 2 lessons in the wrong class, up to the point I thought there are a bit much strange things going on at the same time; so I asked the teacher, and after 10 minutes  guesswork, we found out the truth. x) Typical me, nee?-.-''^^

Next thing about clothing: Yesterday, I went with Valerie (an exchange student friend) to Raquel's bunkasai (Raquel= another exchange student friend, bunkasai =  schoolfestival). And naturally, three strangers at one place, one of them tall and bright-eyed, had been the main attraction!x)  After that, we went into a small mall near raku-chans home, because she had to go really early (sadly), and because valerie and me were bored of the mall, we decided to make a shopping tour in Namba-Station, which is like a proper town. It was soooo much fun, since we could have bought stuff in nearly EVERY store, because Japanese fashion is absolutely after my fancy!!!<3<3<3 But I could held myself back (luckily^^''), because I'll soon make a trip with my host sister to tokyo, including disneyland, Akihabara, etc, etc!!!^0^ however, Valerie and me both have a new favourite store called Honey's: Cheap and just absolutely ADORABLE!!!!!o^w^o

But one thing the both of us really had to grin about was the fact, that even on T-shirt prints were english-mistakes!!xD for example: Women has perfect life!-.-''^_^

I'm so looking forward to next weekend, because then will my bunksai take place, and the two will come  for a visit and then stay overnight!!^o^

Apropos bunkasai, since my class decided to draw a picture from switzerland for bunkasai, I had to bring typical swiss music, but since I'm something like an anti-patriot, it was reeeeallly hard work for me. i mean, I really like modern Swissmusic, like from Bligg or Stress or baschi, or from 77 Bombaystreet, but  in Japan, they think of Switzerland and yodeling at the same time!=.= So I have 2-3 hours traditional-Swiss-music-brainwash behind me!!x.x*dead*

next topic: Today I went to Riya's game, since he asked us to come.(he plays Rugby, a sport I think of as just scary, kinda to brutal for me!O.O) So me and my host parents left the car and went over to the training fields, where the two teams already were preparing for their game. However,  I'm used to be starred at, but when we passed one of the two teams, EVERYONE followed me with their eyes (later i realized that this was Riya's team, and of course they must have suddenly realized by looking at me that I'm the new family member of Riya's family, since you just can't overlook me in Japan!xP)

Next: Riding a bicycle in Japan is REALLY dangerous: There are Jaywalker all over the place, and you don't have a pavement for bicycles  like in Switzerland. And The bicyclists don't heave their arms to show in which direction they want to drive, they just DO!!0.0 You really have to be careful. And it's also dangerous because of the wind: The first day some people got a panty shot from me, because there suddenly was a breeze, heaving my skirt above!>//< So you have 3 variants: 1) You always drive slowly, always paying attention on the traffic as well as on your skirt. 2) you ALWAYS wear cute panties, that if somebody would get a view on what you're wearing downstairs, at least you don't have to be ashamed of WHAT he/she saw. I Always do both, if possible!:P And 3) If you're clever, you just wear hotpants under your skirt. It's not always possible, but when, I always do it!^w^
Which leads back to topic clothing/uniform: under the exchange-students, we have several contests. One of tem is "who has the cutest uniform". I think, I'll make the last position!=.= AAAAWWW, it's so unfair, some of the students have a sailor.uniform or at least a checked skirt or a cute ribbon,  but mine is just dark blue, looooong skirt with plain, light blue blouse!T.T But next week, I'll start to roll my skirt back, so that it's shorter!!>:DD I just didn't want to do something like that at start, because it wouldn't have been a good start, right?^w^

Oh, and Yoshi Sensei is leaving our school at the end of the month!:/ but we'll meet during the year, since he lives at the same station as me!:P Every lesson I'm doing at least one mistake he REALLY has to laugh about. For example, I hd to read a text aloud, where a man cooks his wife every year something from a foreign country for her birthdaymeal. And this year he wants to cook Kankokuryori (Korean food). But instead of kankokuryori, I read kanGokuryori, which means as much as prison food!^^''

Even my family already says: "Akuma-chan has a really spontaneous nature! you never now, what akumachan will do next. A bit like a comedian, totally amusing. As good as play!!^w^"

=o='' Yeah, right, typical me! At first, I really thought, I could have changed, because nothing special happend. But it took not longer than one or two weeks, and my true face showed itself again. Well, hello, embarrassing moments, mishaps and mistakes, long not seen!!!=p='' xD But life would be boring without, especially for my friends!!^^

Well, thats just SIMPLY AND TYPICALLY: ME!!!^_^

Montag, 5. September 2011

After the second week...

It happened a lot last week.

First of all, I want to mention, that in the meantime I realized, how stupid my "getting-lost" trip was: I passed our house like  5 or 6 times REALLY close  - like neighbour street or so, and every time I went further and further and further...typically me, nee!xD

And I REALLY like my hostfamily! They're all so nice and have a good taste of humor!!^o^ And it's unbelievable, they just bought me a bicycle, because I needed one to come to school. Ok, bicycle are here, compared with Switzerland, really cheap, but still: HELLO, a BICYCLE?!?!! And they also pay for me when we go to restaurant, even if I (of course) refuse!They say like I'm now somehow a 2nd daughter for a year, therefore I don't have to pay for things like shampoo, bodysoap and food - And my hostmother makes everyday delicious obento (Lunchbox) too!O.O THEY'RE SO KIND!!! I want to help much and cook  them something special once in a while!:D

Yesterday (4.september) my hostbrother turned 17. I thought hard about what present I should make him. In the end, I decided to make him a tarte au chocolat, because it's one f his favorite cakes, and because my cooking and backing skills are really not to bad. So my hostsister and me made the cake the day before yesterday, when Riya was out. It was a real challenge, because several things we always use to make cakes in Switzerland, they just don't know in Japan. Therefore, I had to improvise. We also forgot to buy butter, therefore I took whipped cream and hoped, that it would turn out well. It was also really hard work, because in my family's house, there isn't an electric mixer, which means, that we had to whip the cream, the egg white etc. on our own - phuuuuh!! And since Riya doesn't like to sweet things, we left nearly all the sugar away - I didn't have a clue how it would turn out. But in the End, it luckily was yummy!!^^ But my brother was out all day, so I just told him before going to sleep, that there is a cake inside the freezer and that i whished him all the best for birthday. But he was luckily really pleased*phuuh!*

Yesterday, we also went shopping in Osaka (I can go shopping for a whole year in Namba, one of the coolest places I've ever seen!!!/^0^/) After that, my Hostmother, Rie and me went to a ONSEN!!!!!!!!*sukisukisukisukisukisukisukisukiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!*(LOOOOVE it!)
They told me that it only was a small one, but it was already big, and it was just soooo cool: There were several hot baths, a Sauna, a salt-sauna, wet hot stones where you could lie etc etc... Just a giant chill and relax zone !!<3<3<3 Hey guys, If you're EVER in Japan, then GO to an Onsen!!

I also had my firt lesson maths Japanese-style, and it's really difficult, but I really try hard!*ganbatte!*
And my School makes a Bunkasai (schoolfestival), and my class makes a giant picture and bracelets. I'm in the drawing group, of course!^^And the topic is: 2 foreign countrys. Well, one is Egypt, and the other *surprise, surprise* Switzerland!-.- Therefore, I had to collect typically Swiss music, traditional as well as modern, and in different Languages!-.- I have 2 hours yodeling-brainwash behind me!!x.x I HATE yodel, but unfortunately, Japanese people really LOVE it, because"it's so swiss!!<3"!!-.-''

And today, I recognized, that the KAWAIIII-effect (my mom described it really fitting as yorkshire-terrier effect) won't disappear as fast as I thought..Therefore, every of my movements are commented with a "whaa, kawaii!!!<3"(how cuuute), as if I'd be their new ultracute pet or something. But the funny thing is, that I really think they're so cute, when they say I'm. So I just also reply with "kawaiii", what they again comment with "kawaiiiiiiiiii!!"x'D

But I really don't get it, there are so many SO DAMN CUTE girls there, who'd like to have a boyfriend but just didn't EVER had one! O.o  I don't know what's wrong with the brains of Japanese guys....-.-''

Oh, and some of the guy begin to loose their shyness, what is kinda really funny. Why? Because they want to draw a bit of my attention on them, but they do that on really strange ways: Today I was talking with a really nice girl on the floor, and the a guy just passed us, stopped and stood there until we noticed him, then turned and walked back!x) So strange!!:'D Or between to periods, I was looking at my timetable, to find out where my next class took place, and then a bunch of guys walked by,  diluted their heads into the room and looked at my like at an animal into a zoo (or like at a new pet, how mentioned-.-'') when I recognized them, I said "connichi wa" and smiled. And they were like really pleased and surprised, and said, as if I wouldn't have been there "OH!! nihongo de hanashimashita!!!!!^w^" (OH, she spoke in Japanese!!!:D) And I just thought(-.-'' yeah, right, I just said hello, and in fact that's why I'm here, right??-.-'' S:o)xD Seriously Guys....

A thing I was really surprised of happened today: A girl sitting next to me greeted me, and I greeted back with "ohaiou, Eri-chan" And she was so happy, and said: "OMG, you remembered my name, thank you so much!!!:O" I know, that in Japanese Classes it's nothing unusual if your classmates don't know your names after 2 or even 3 years, but still....It's my goal to remember as many names of nice people, as possible! And I have a strategie: I ask them for their phone number, then I can write their names and take a picture of them, so I always can look if I'm unsure!:DD

And I constantly make stupid/funny language mistakes, for example: On tv, some sportsevent was shown, where a German woman entered the contest. And I mentioned"Ah, she truly looks like a German woman" but for woman, I used "Onna", which is man's language. Therefore, my hostmother told me to use "Jousei" instead, which has similar meaning, but is more feminine. Today, i wanted to talk with my Japanese-teacher about man's/woman's language, and I wanted to use onna/jousei as an example. But instead of jousei, i said yousei, which means fairy in Japanese. And Yoshi-sensei was like O.O??  "huuh??who's a fairy?!"-.-'' x) ^^''

His name is not really Yoshi-Sensei, but since his family name is really long, and his given name is Yoshitaka, he allowed me to call him Yoshi. And because he is older and teaches me, i can't say -kun or -senpai, therefore we decided to call him Yoshi-sensei!^w^
Oh by the way, have i metioned that he's in fact a university student who's learning how to be a teacher? Or  that we live really close (same station, practically neighbours)? Or, most important, that he's kinda ikkemen(really good looking/hottie)??Oh, and Yes, I have single lessons with him. My friends told me already like "aaaaaaw, uhu, single lessons with a hot teacher that is only like 4 or 5 years older, AAAAHHHH!!!!xD" But I can assure you, I'm definitely not planning to make out with a teacher (Even if he's not a REAL teacher).This is so......BRRRRRRR!!!! Even if my friends have there another point of view!-.-''^^

But since everybody tells me it would be really good for my language, and since some of them are REALLY good looking (even if they are not much), I don't exclude it to have a Japanese Boyfriend..;P But well, we'll see..

...to be continued,

your akuma-chan