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what desperate n00bs and nerds turn to when they eventually realize that they are never gonna get a girlfriend.
Mother "Eduardo, what ae you doing? It's time for dinner"
Eduardo Mom, can you just save it for later. I'm playing my Japanese dating simulator.
Mother "Not again, I thought we had this talk"
(noun); used towards a person. It is a person (typically a caucasian male) that is obsessed with asian women no matter which country, as long as she is asian. Most of the time enjoys anime and learns Japanese (most of the time) for no reason other than to hit on Japanese girls. Claims to be knowledgeable about the asian culture but cannot tell the difference between a Japanese/Korean/Chinese woman. Will only date Asian women, are completely and utterly obsessed with asian women.
"Oh my god that guy just hit on me but I KNOW he's an asiaphile!"
"What do you think of that guy?"
"Um girlfriend, he's totally an asiaphile."
"One rule for guys that I pick; you cannot have had more than 1 asian ex girlfriend because there's no way in hell I'm dating an asiaphile."
The act of hanging out in Tokyo, Japan simply to try to find an extremely attractive Japanese man or woman. This would include, but is not limited to, hanging out in arcades, candy stores, night clubs, sake bars, ramen houses, out side of high schools and colleges.
Ashley: Hey I'm thinkin' about jetting out to Tokyo this weekend to go Japaning. You down?
Britt: Definitely! I'm always up for a new hot Japanese guy!
A hogdepodge of incoherently uttered Asian brand names spewed desperately in one of the following situations:
1) When one claims to speak Japanese and finally gets challenged to do it, although he/she cannot in reality
2) When one is "meeting the parents" of a mad hot Asian chick and gets overly cocky by initiating a conversation with the two words of Korean/Mandarin that he knows and is forced to continue
3) When one stumbles out of a Tokyo brothel upon losing his V-card and needs to voice his unfettered bliss
"So, Tom, you said you speak Japanese! Prove it!"
"So, you dating my daughter, huh? You better speak some Mandarin!"
"Dude, you totally lost it to that one hooker back there! You should have seen the look in your eyes!"
"YOKOHAMA! SUZUKI! HIBACHI SZECHUAN KIMCHEE NOODLE!"
All of the above are valid, real-life instances of the Crapanese tongue in action. May result in utter humiliation, castration, or arrest.
A dating Japanese simulation game on the Playstation 2.
What is your Japanese amagami.
You know those hot ass anime chicks on dating sims that you were caught fapping too.
Formed in early 2003 by previous Inari members, TAKU (bass) and TJF (guitar, vocals). Features Machikara members, Machiko (guitar, lead vocals), Eri (bass guitar, vocals), and Hanako (drums).more...
Played mainly 'remixed' versions of old Inari and Machikara songs, but possessed four of their own Japanese punk rock songs written by Machiko and TJF titled, "six past f***ing midnight", "We will never forget", "Sakura" and "Falling".
Their sound is original and experimental, often using guitars to emulate the sound of Japanese instruments such as the koto and shamisen. Machiko's voice sounds the most beautiful, unlike her typical Shonen Knife / Ramones sounding voice in Machikara, and she skilfully emulates a traditional bunraku voice to off beat punk rock. Machiko sings most vocals in NRE, but is accompanied by TJF in songs, "We will never forget" and "Falling".
Bletchley Park is now a museum, the original buildings originally a secret government site built on the grounds of a stately home near the town of Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, England, about 50 miles north of London. It is situated in the town of Bletchley.more...
During World War II, Bletchley Park was the site of the United Kingdom's efforts to break Axis ciphers, particularly the Enigma and Lorenz ciphers used by Nazi Germany. The estate was conveniently located midway between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, which supplied many of the codebreakers.
Bletchley Park has been attributed with reducing the war by 2 years, ending the bombing of Pearl Harbour by sending information of the location of Yamamoto the head of the Japanese North Atlantic Fleet. Montgomery would often talk of how the code breaking efforts of Bletchley Park enabled him to 'know what the Jerry's are having for breakfast'.
The Government Code and Cypher School (GC & CS), the intelligence bureau responsible for interception and decryption of foreign transmissions, moved into the Park in 1938. The radio station constructed in the park for its use was given the codename "Station X" — this term is often erroneously applied to the code-breaking efforts at Bletchley as a whole. Station X was soon moved south to Whaddon Hall, to prevent any attention being drawn to the Bletchley site. To further the disguise of bletchley park it was built to appear as a Hospital from above so to deter bombin...