Dating in japanese phrases
Because, when you’re confessing feelings – politeness shows how genuine your feelings are. On Valentine’s Day, girls give chocolates to guys in Japan. Then, you can ask a Japanese girl to be your Valentine!
…or a lot of Japanese, you should get a The truth is, you don’t need to say this. However, it is useful if you want to do it the western way, if you’re in America, Canada or such.
The Japanese language also has a tendency to repurpose verbs for other uses in much the same way English verbs like “going steady” have very different meanings in the world of dating.
A good example of this is (pick-up line), which is closely linked with ナンパ (smooth talker or ladies’ man) and being もてる (popular with the ladies).
Not like you’d meet your dummy friend for coffee to yak about gossip. I want to see you all of a sudden Japanese people are busy people. So, it’s not common that in a relationship you don’t get to chat or see your partner more often.
A bit demanding but a good line after having a fight. Though, I’d suggest you’re already in relations with the person you say it too.