Sato sensei is jealous of how wonderful Karl's relationship with Mai is. This is not too hard to believe when you think of what marriage was like for Japanese women back in the day when she got married. Men worked all the time and women took care of the house. They barely saw each other and led two different lives. For many Japanese people, it's still the same today. Have you experienced anything like this? Talk about it in the comments or on the FRIED CHICKEN AND SUSHI FACEBOOK PAGE!
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Sato sensei sure gets upset when Karl talks about dating Mai. Could it be because Karl is so happy that he doesn't know when to stop going on and on about her? Or could it be something else? Perhaps we'll find out in next Tuesday's comic? CLICK HERE TO LIKE MY FACEBOOK FAN PAGE!
Looks like Ryan can get a little too excited to try something new that he learned. How many of you out there slurp your spaghetti? I'll admit that I have, on occasion, enjoyed slurping spaghetti but it can get messy. IT'S NOT MESSY TO CLICK HERE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER!
It always cracks me up how Japanese people are serious about peeling apples. They seem so afraid of what might happen if they eat the skin. I surprise people there when I just take a bite out of an unpeeled apple but no one freaks out on me. In order to be polite, they're probably freaking out inside of their minds! I bet they run home and tell their friends "I saw a foreigner eating an apple, without peeling it first!" You know what else is shocking? How much fun it is to CLICK HERE AND LIKE THE FRIED CHICKEN AND SUSHI FAN PAGE ON FACEBOOK!
AAAAAWWWWW! Ok. I said it for you. I'm still amazed at how comfortable I feel with my wife even though we've been married for years and we're from different countries and cultures. Love is a powerful thing!