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Desc:A subculture in Japan that idolizes an inaccurate ideal of America? How ironic.
Category:Fashion, Arts
Tags:Japan, rockabilly, reverse weeaboo
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Date:06/09/08
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Comment count is 10
Evilhead
Yes there are plenty of greasers in Japan. Looks like they were practicing for something, though the breakdancing was unexpected...
boner
Shenmue has one of these guys. It was more realistic than I thought.
revdrew
Then Guitar Wolf came and kicked all of their asses.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Insert the obligatory WTF JAPAN in this space.
Billy Buttsex
America rules, just ask Japan
charmlessman
Once again, leave it to Japan to fetishize the very worst of American culture.

Michael Jackson, eating contests, California bimbos, and now breakdancing rockabilly.
Randroid
Also, leave it to Japan to fetishize the very worst of German culture.

Cleaner82
This wierd cycle of cultural dilution reminds me of someone eating something, shitting it, giving the shit to someone else, waiting for them to eat it and shit it, and then in turn eating that shit. Forever.
Syd Midnight
I'm pretty sure they could take our otaku-kin in a fight. Only one way to find out though.

Someone needs to send them some psychobilly, they're only a few hits of acid away from being halfway cool.

King of Balls
Most things from Japan make me feel okay about the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, but this and the "nonsense factory" guy make me guilty.
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