>mfw Europeans need to unite as a continent to match America
you see American buttons for the military were designed in the 1970s. Do you really think you can press buttons correctly with your chubby fingers?
Also you can't roll across the sea, so how are you going to attack us?
Ask your questions about English grammar, style and usage here.
Also, who would like to see a /lang/ board re-emerge on 4chan?
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When will humans start exploiting the Antarctic?
would you join Soviets or Nazis? and why?
hard version: no edginess nazism was cool in highschool because its as dark as your soul you friendless faggot
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Tell me about traps in your country.
Most people in America know about women occasionally having penises, and they are a semi-common fetish among younger white guys. We also practically invented their subculture, despite they still not being a big thing here.
Basically disliked by everyone, you don't see them often.
But politicians/rich fucks go often with them.
Our trannies are mostly brazilian, not small femboys anyway. Like males with plastic lips/body/tits/ass and a big dick.
Who is symbol of cultural diversity in your country?
Japan: Miyamoto ariana(miss Japan and hafu Japanese and african american)
>symbol of cultural diversity
Japan, I think you're unique in that.
All the other first world countries aren't ethnically homogenous to have a "symbol of diversity". Instead, my city is 45% chinese. How "diverse".
This thread is for the discussion of the language, culture, milk, travel, daily life, etc. of Japan.
Let's talking at randoom in Japanese and English. Take it easy, l a d s!
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Reminder that Turkey is a NATO member and we must defend them in case of Russian aggression.
What happnes in Mongolia? Do they have cities and urban life or is it all steppes and nomads?
does /int/ got any protips on learning/practicing russian? i can read/write cyrillic and know some basic grammar. my vocabulary is pretty small. where do i find some dedicated language exchange partners?