r/japancirclejerk

37k subscribers
created in 2011
last scan 6/13/2019


ARE YOU A JET? DO YOU TEACH ENGLISH? ARE YOU LEARNING JAPANESE? DO YOU EVEN LIFT!? I'M NOT SURE IF YOU BELONG HERE. I'M MORE JAPANESE THAN ANY OF YOU, EVEN IF YOU'RE JAPANESE. MY JAPANESE FRIENDS SAID I'M MORE JAPANESE THAN JAPANESE PEOPLE, AFTER I SAID "ARIGATO" WHEN SOMEONE POURED ME MY DRINK AND I POURED THEIRS. GET ON MY LEVEL!
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