great job, and even more kudos to you for just flat out being transparent. These videos really show a lot about Nobita's character and god...he's just...so creepy....yeeesh...I hope you're ok, sentient, after talking with this guy
I know this wouldnt work but something inside me really makes me want to take her out for coffee and just sit her down and have a therapy sesh with her...im never the type of girl that holds a massive grudge on someone for the shitty things they do, and as long as people are receptive to me, then i can try my best to help them...
I've visited Japan a lot in the last decade for my work, and I have noticed a considerable shift in ladies fashion. Japanese high society does like more revealing outfits but definitely not over-revealing. Japan does like its modesty, even if its modestly revealing.
But honestly, nobody really bats an eye anymore if you're walking down Shibuya wearing a tanktop and short shorts in the dead heat of July and August. Was there last week and I think people are finally getting the gist of 'dress comfortably.'
and that's something I've noticed J-vloggers talk about. Some people made videos discussing the 'need to dress modestly' and to not 'wear short shorts or a miniskirt' because its not 'modest' enough but I say dress for the weather. If the place you live in has 4 seasons, and it's currently summer in your area and it's hot and sweaty out, then dress knowing it's probably 100x more humid in tokyo. Honestly Japanese people (especially in the bigger cities) see so much random and crazy nonsense people wear each and every day, they're not going to give any care to a foreigner wearing a tank.
I like TokyoDrew a lot and I noticed he had this gofundme set up for sending his kid to a homestay program. Trolls from reddit then attacked him...I feel bad for him. His intentions seemed pretty good. What do you guys think? https://twitter.com/TokyoDrew/status/1015031646351867904
I met Norm briefly at the 2016 Hanami. He seemed nice but brushed off anyone that wasn't a youtuber...or a popular-enough youtuber. He's a great talent with photography and videography but I think he can make much better videos if he put a little more effort into it.
I know from my contact in Japan he's involved with the Tokyo Creative people
They're subbed to watch the shitshow. Everyone gathers around a burning trash fire and does nothing about it because they want to see how bad it can get before some brave soul decides to put it out. However, in the youtube world, we don't have a fire department to put out burning trash. Our brave soul is the youtube 'mods' or whoever decides what's appropriate or not, with their finger on the 'delete channel' button.