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Do Asian women fart?

Alright, I know that I’m pushing the limits of good taste with this post, but if you’ve clicked on the link and you’re reading these words then chances are you’re generally curious about what I have to say about whether or not Asian woman actually fart. My theory is that anyone who would be offended by a topic such as this wouldn’t have even got this far, so I’m glad that you are curious.

Before I answer this most important question, I should quantify my reason for writing this article. Remember my last post where I was talking about how for the longest time I had assumed that all Asian women were way out of my league? I thought for sure that women from Asia just weren’t interested in regular white guys like me, and that caused me to illogically place them on such a high pedestal in my mind – it was almost as if I thought they were perfect creatures who could do no wrong. It sounds silly, I know, and it wasn’t until I had started meeting Asian women that I started to come back to reality and realize that they were just human beings just like anyone else.

Being just like everyone else means that Asian women are no more delicate and clean as an overweight and out of shape truck driver from Kansas City. Well, clean maybe, but my point is that we are all living things and we are all gross from time to time. Some of us are gross more often than others, but we all do things that would make anyone else gag in disgust if they saw what we did. Go ahead – it’s ok to admit that human beings are disgusting creatures.

It wasn’t until I got married that I realized the severity of how disgusting even the cutest Asian woman could be. I met my wife online at JapanCupid.com, and her profile pics were so pretty. She was (and still is) as pretty as a doll, and I thought for sure I had met an angel.

We lived with each other for about 6 months before getting married, and we both did well to be discreet with our bodily functions at that time. I had barely even seen her underwear laying around for crying out loud, and she was especially lady-like and proper when it came to personal hygiene. She was by far the cleanest person (with the best manners) I had ever met in my life.

Marriage changed all this, and I can fully confirm that yes – without a doubt, Asian women can and do fart. It’s hard for me to describe how disgusting she can be at times without turning this into an article that needs to be censored, but I’ll just say that I’m a pretty disgusting guy in the bathroom sometimes and she has got me beat. Heck, she rips it up worse than I’ve heard in public restrooms my entire life. Those places are the most discussing bathrooms on the planet (people tend to have no shame in there), and she’s just as bad sometimes. It’s quite shocking to me even today considering how tiny and bubbly cute she is!

So for all you white guys out there who think that all Asian women are delicate angels who don’t ever do anything disgusting, I’ve got bad news for you. Asian women do fart. Sorry. That’s just the way it is.

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Advice from a white guy for living with a Japanese woman

I’ve been married to my Japanese wife for over 7 years now, and I’ll going to be flat out honest with you other white guys when I say that it hasn’t been what I expected it to be. Maybe it’s because I grew up deep in the heart of the Midwestern US about as far from Asian culture as one could possibly get, but for some reason or another I thought that living with a Japanese woman would be amazingly simple and calm experience. Almost zen-like. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

Don’t misunderstand me. I love my wife very much, and I would do nearly anything for her. But the idea that Japanese women (or any Asian woman for that matter) are more feminine and respectful of men is a flat out lie. In the 7 years I’ve been married to her, each passing year brings a deeper and much more asserted understanding that women are women – no matter where on earth they come from. They are all emotional, illogical, tempered, and confusing. There. I said it. Men have their bad traits too, and that’s not the point of this article (so I’m not going to get into it), but quite frankly, Asian women are no easier to live with than women from any other race.

As a matter of fact, I’d like to go down on record as saying that it can be even MORE difficult at times to live with an Asian woman. At least Japanese woman, which is where all of my experience is focused around.

Here is my advice for living with a Japanese woman:

1). Do what she tells you, or your life will be a living hell.

Since women are women no matter where they come from, you can expect a Japanese woman to carry (and sling) the same emotional baggage similar to most other women. Girls are just emotional creatures. BUT…the plot thickens with a Japanese woman, because she will be even more easily frustrated with you because of your crude western ways. Don’t kick things with your feet. Don’t say “no” too aggressively. She’ll tell you to fold your dirty clothes before putting them in the laundry basket. She’ll tell you all these things, and she’ll get emotional and combative about it when you tell her it’s hard to change because it goes against your western culture.

2). Learn to be neat and organized.

If you’re a naturally sloppy kind of guy, this one is gonna be tough, I know. Japanese culture is all about cleanliness and order. Your dirty feet, that pile of dirty clothes in the corner…these are the enemy to Japanese women, and she will nag you relentlessly to change your ways. Trust me – life becomes a lot simpler when you stop resisting and clean up after yourself.

3). Be prepared to defend western culture (and then realize how silly it is in the process).

As an American, I’m fully aware of how messed up our culture – and the government – can be at times. Unfortunately, as an outsider, my wife is even more baffled by it than I am and she loves to complain about the ways of the US and our view of the world. While I fully agree with her points most of the time, she lacks the perspective of being born and raised here and not seeing things from my point of view. This usually results in me inadvertently trying to justify the actions of the US government (which is silly) and this just adds fuel to her fire. More often than not these discussions end abruptly as I give up and walk out of the room in frustration.

Sometimes I wish I could go back in time with the knowledge and understanding I have now, before we got married. I probably had set my expectations too high for marrying a Japanese woman, and I wasn’t mature enough to realize that it wasn’t going to be any better or worse than marrying a woman from another culture.

I do love her greatly though, and the past 7 years have been more good than bad. I don’t regret my decision at all. It’s been a fun challenge to say the least!