"I know that many people want to go to the USA, and hearing my friend's story about going up there was interesting. But I don't think I've made mistake by going to Japan because my experience there was also interesting. Plus, I got the chance to learn Japanese language and culture while those who went to the USA only got English, which everyone nowadays is able to speak. And that I think is a plus point for me."
"Have you ever lived in the USA?"
"Err, nope. Why?"
"Because you really sound like them Americans"
A conversation with the Ambassador of Japan in Indonesia.
I didn't know if that was a compliment because all this time I've been trying to attempt british accent. Lol epic fail. Anyways, after that convo with Mr. Ambassador, I was interviewed by The Jakarta Shimbun, a newspaper for Japs who lives here. That went smooth because the interviewer was a really nice person, and we went for lunch after that. And even though the filth took away my licence because I took the wrong way on my way back home, it was a nice day. But now I'm licence-less. Boo!
P.S: I can't think of any other word best describes Japan. So, Konnichiwa?