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How many of you knew what a NEET was before watching Eden of the East? Just curious, I personally had to look it up.
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I knew what it was, cause I am one.

NEET United
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>>102023438
>NEET
>being able to unite
If you are capable of social interaction on that level then you're not really a NEET.
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>>102023504
NEET and hikikomori are two different things
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>>102023504

You should get some Education, Employment or Training before posting again.
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Welcome to NHK popularized the NEET term in the west.
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>>102023371

My country invented the term.

The rest of the world adopted it. It is not a 'Japanese' thing or one of their social descriptors.
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Wow, people actually watched this?
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>>102023677
Except the term was in use in the west before Japan.
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>>102023677
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NHK taught me what a NEET was
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>>102023809
>>102023812
it was a English term that got popular in Japan who popularized it in America



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