Sunday, January 22, 2006

Words You Need to Know

YELLOW FEVER (yel'o fe'ver) n. a colloquialism used in the English-speaking world, which represents an intense sexual attraction of a non-Asian, typically a white man, to Asian women, primarily East Asians (such as Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Taiwanese), to such an extent that it is difficult or impossible for him to form healthy, meaningful relationships with women of his own race, or even non-Asian women in general.

KANCHO (カンチョー) n. a game or trick often played in Japan by young school-aged children; it is performed by clasping the hands together so the index fingers are pointing out and attempting to insert them into someone's anal region when the victim is not looking. It is similar in spirit to the wedgie or a goosing in North America.

2 comments:

tetricus said...

I thought yellow fever was a disease...

Saipan Chamoale said...

Then you would be wrong