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Saturday, January 28, 2012

How To Survive Women - Now With More Junko!

Hey! My blog on how to date Japanese women was recently picked up by a friend of mine, Mister Manfred Mann and posted to his How To Survive Women blog. I've known Manny since we were teenagers, and as such, I have been following his first foray into writing since he told a couple of weeks ago that I better or he was calling in a loan.

Conniving bastard that he is, he still should have told me about his blog earlier! It's great!

Anyhow, since I now read everything he writes (writers need their ego stroked every once in a while no matter what Mike or Charles says) - and since then, I've learned a lot about writing and women and even how to dress. It's a good blog and fun to read and all of you loyal readers should follow it - despite the adult warning for some of the blue language he uses, but I wish he would write more often - hint, hint!

I mean - penis sizes from around the world? Thank god I'm not Indian and am instead Canadian! Actually, if I was in India, I'd be a porn star. Ahhhh, but I digress.  

When Manny asked... sorry, Mister Manfred Mann asked if he could use my blog, I updated it for him with some additional pictures.

Now... for those of you who read about my life and crimes in Japan from 20 years ago - well... check out the first photo in this revised version for a peek at someone who looks a hell of a lot like Junko. I did a double-take when I saw her, because... well, despite being one hot babe, she looks like Junko, my sexy secret girlfriend of whom I have no photographs.

Read my blog on that site HERE.

Did I date beyond my means?

Yes, I smile knowingly.  

I still do.

Andrew Joseph


  1. you a rucky bass-tarrd. i jearous offa you. :)

  2. I was lucky and probably a bit of a bastard, too - but never on purpose. I tell ya, having a decent personality was key for me. I always walked around with a smile on my face for everyone, and perhaps they found it encouraging. It showed I was easy to approach because man, oh man was I shy. It's weird how well it all of a sudden worked for me in Japan, when I couldn't even get a woman to look at me before that as anything but a friend - not a friend they should date. Japan certainly made me a man, and helped forge who I eventually grew up to be (though not lately, as it's obvious I have become a bitter middle-aged man!) I need to go back to Japan for some o-cha!

  3. Or go back to Japan for some house-cleaning...