Anyone know what happened here? I have seen many parodies.
It was snowing.
>"she loves it in the ass"
She's an international criminal and didn't want INTERPOL to see her and figure out her whereabouts.
The "guy" with glasses was actually a girl once.
the most forced meme since doge
More like 友達 amirite
Guy says something romantic and chees, girl is embarrassed.
He told her to check his dubs.
She was too afraid to see his shitposts.
the man says "walking in the snow after release your cum inside your lover is very romantic"
That should be the other was around
tl;dr it's snowing a lot in japan, reporters came across a couple walking in the snow, guy said it was really lovely and romantic, his gf got really embarrassed, it became an epic meme
But Sonya is the man in the in the relationship.
Why does it snow in Japan? Japan is located right in the middle of southern nations that are always hot and full of jungle and savages like Viecong, Thailand, and Laos.
How was it "forced"?
Just because you don't like it doesn't mean it was forced.
>Japan is located right in the middle of southern nations that are always hot
Um, no. Japan is north of the equator.
She was cheating on him and later he killed her, that's pretty much it.
Japan covers a lot of latitude.
恋人といる時の雪って 特別な気分に浸れて僕は好きです (When it snows when you're with your lover, you can immerse yourself in a special feeling...I like it.)
Parodies of an emergency news program on the heavy snowfall in the Kantou and Touhoku regions in winter of 2013. On February 8, 2014 (when another heavy snowfall came), a person tweeted that screenshot(twitter.com/rotomx/status/431983568676335618/photo/1) and it became a visual meme. The original image featured a bespectacled man and a young woman underneath an umbrella. During an interview with the reporters, the man delivers the above quote while smiling and the woman covers her face in embarrassment.
Parodies usually swap out the original couple with various characters from anime/manga/video games. The words special feeling are always written in bold just like they were in the original broadcast.
She was married and he told the reporter that they have an affair.
>Um, no. Japan is north of the equator.
The distance is what's important, not the direction.
Blame the cold North Pacific.
This goes beyond spoonfeeding.
What a fucking baller. Bitch should be proud she bagged a man with such giant marbles
My personal favorite.
I hate this whole trend. Instead of seeing the couple as actual people, otaku are using it as means to force their stupid character shippings into said picture and get off to it.
What better way to have fun?
How do you have fun?
Do you even have fun?
That's like saying people didn't see Taylor Swift as an actual person when they made "Imma let you finish, but [x] was the best [y] of all time" jokes.
But Taylor Swift isn't an actual person.
For a second I thought the fact that young people were dating at all was what the news was about.
Taylor Swift is a /b/tard; ergo, she's not a person.
Don't forget kids, forced memes are funny if it's done by the Japanese, it's only bannable /v/ culture tumblreddit abomination if it's done by filthy westerners!
Are you kidding me? We've had non-stop 500+ post threads since this stupid shit started.
And this is now officially cancer.
>Ring on woman's hand
>None on man's
Daily reminder to never get married
Leddit rageface tier shit OP. Ignore.
omg. pls tell me you are not this stupid
Is that guy otaku?
He was making a general statement
Wives can be lovers
Men didn't wear wedding rings at all until the 20th century
Engagement rings are typically only worn by the woman
Not all rings are wedding rings
Stop making assumptions
Can somebody make one where Dio is embarrassing lucciola?
I hate to be spoonfed but I want to know what do those moonrunes say
The pleasure of being cummed inside.