I explained that there are some of us who fancy them, too. On the arguing point; what tends to happen with me and the partner is that so many potential confrontations kind of get brushed aside, or stored away somewhere usually labelled at as 'well, we're front opposite ends of the world'.
"Time is more important to me so I want to live for now, without any regrets." Many women -- ranging from 20-somethings to those in their sixties -- lavish expensive gifts on their favorite hosts, buying them diamond watches, luxury cars, even apartments.Maybe, as you say, it would be better to address these smaller issues as and when they come up. Anyway, there are actually a ton of us westerners/other non-Japanese married to Japanese men, including a small community of us on City-Cost.Although we could end up spending a lot of time doing that! I know of several American women who married Japanese men around 40 years ago, despite being judged like crazy.Even if you don't have the occasion to use this vocabulary yourself, it will be good to at least be able to recognize it when you hear it.Please be warned that this article (especially the last section) ventures slightly into R-rated territory, so you may want to skip it if you’re not comfortable with that. Cultural note: The above exchange may seem quite odd and unnatural to English speakers, but it is quite normal in Japan.
I want to be pampered and I don't care how much it costs," she adds.