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    So, there I was, at the usual place, sipping on an impeccably chilled beer of choice, munching on some perfectly prepared nachos (dey Not yose, dey mine!), and listening to bad Live Music (I do agree with Trip Hop in saying that there is an unmistakeable energy and atmosphere to live music, but this guy stunk), when some comely Obviously Japanese Ladies entered the bar and sat down beside us. After several rounds of refusing my friends' entreaties to show that I really do speak Japanese, we started talking during a much appreciated break in the wall of noise emitting from the musician's guitar.

    So, anyways, at some point, after the usual song and dance,one of these women asked me in Japanese if I was Child Prone (Ko sodate Taipu). Having never heard this term before, I asked her for a working definition, and she explained that the term is all the rage in Japanese women's weeklies as they seek to explain why so few women are having babies anymore (please hold your obvious "Because they'd have to have them with Japanese Men!" jokes until later ).

    Has anyone heard this term? Having heard the source of the term, I am inclined to mark it down as yet another proliferation of consumerist pseudointellectual garbage, but I am curious as to just what consitutes a Child Prone person.

    BTW, both women in question seemed to be of very good breeding stock (great hips!), and both eagerly admitted to being Child Prone, so any of you young men of dubious attractions seeking to impregnate a young woman for the purposes of furthering your own tragi-comedy should feel free to contact me. I should note that one, unfortunately, made express mention of her desire to have a Haafu Be-bi. I managed to refrain from telling her all she needed was some semen and a table saw.

  • #2
    Originally posted by .ημ.
    one of these women asked me in Japanese if I was Child Prone (Ko sodate Taipu). Having never heard this term before, I asked her for a working definition, and she explained that the term is all the rage in Japanese women's weeklies as they seek to explain why so few women are having babies anymore
    Is it something to do with lolicon? Lolita complex? The way Japanese woman act like fifteen year olds well into their forties... The way Japanese men enjoy this... Having a baby would put on weight and remove some tightness in the important area...

    Outside of this I have no idea!!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by menelmacar
      Is it something to do with lolicon? Lolita complex? The way Japanese woman act like fifteen year olds well into their forties... The way Japanese men enjoy this... Having a baby would put on weight and remove some tightness in the important area...

      Outside of this I have no idea!!!
      Umm, interesting, but I think not. It seems to be some sort of pseudo-sociological moniker to define who will and won't want to have children, so that Men can choose a Most Suitable Partner by simply applying the simplistic criteria offered in those womens check out stand rags..

      I think all women's mags are rags, but when they actively work to reinforce paternalistic bull____ like that, I can see why even the good feminists occasionally lose heart.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by theotherguy
        Umm, interesting, but I think not. It seems to be some sort of pseudo-sociological moniker to define who will and won't want to have children, so that Men can choose a Most Suitable Partner by simply applying the simplistic criteria offered in those womens check out stand rags..

        I think all women's mags are rags, but when they actively work to reinforce paternalistic bull____ like that, I can see why even the good feminists occasionally lose heart.
        Ah! That makes more/less sense! It's like using actual science to convince people of ridiculous ideas. (Darwin, survival of the fittest)
        It's like the Atkins Diet or Global Warming...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by .ημ.
          Kiddie Porne
          Once Upon a Child...

          http://www.ouac.com/ouac/myheadline....225&PubID=4339

          Dare you click!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by menelmacar
            Once Upon a Child...

            http://www.ouac.com/ouac/myheadline....225&PubID=4339

            Dare you click!!!
            Not me. I got enough dodgy stuff on my PC already. If the Sally Yoshino Protection Agency ever tracks me down, I might be hard up, instead of hard on.

            But thanks for running with it.

            Nice edit job on the title, too, btw. I wish I had thought of that one.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by .ημ.
              Not me. I got enough dodgy stuff on my PC already. If the Sally Yoshino Protection Agency ever tracks me down, I might be hard up, instead of hard on.

              But thanks for running with it.

              Nice edit job on the title, too, btw. I wish I had thought of that one.

              I'm right good with this computer doohicky. And searching the internets is a speciality!

              I'm looking forward to seeing who takes the bait...

              By the way... How did McAlpine get his account back while you are left out in the cold?

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              • #8
                was the saw to cut the kid or the semen in half?

                Originally posted by .銕.
                Child Prone (Ko sodate Taipu). Having never heard this term before, I asked her for a working definition

                Where said hips shaken? Just wondering...

                Forgive me for stating something general:
                It's under my impression that the standard package model Japanese male is suppose to, just,
                - bringing home the bacon
                - let the wife take care of the boy. Or girl. While he's out. Which is suppose to be anytime between the train to work and the last train back home

                Which may explain the ko sodate tapiu buzzword. Something a woman might read in a "New woman" magazine.
                Yes, I can almost picture the article; a man, in a white yet casual shirt, smiling when lifting up an baby to the sky. Gazing at the infant as -it- does the same back.

                But on the other side of the coin is that the standard package model Japanese woman, the spmjw, is supposed to:
                - stay home, take care of the income, and
                - raise the boy

                Which have me wondering...
                Are those supposebly new women really new?
                I mean, nothing is for free. Got to give something to get something, right?

                Are they bringing home bacon? Or's the guy suppose to do both? Bacon and infant.

                That sounds possible maybe perhaps. Even in Japan we're all humans.

                But what are these women doing that is so good and new that is so deserving of this?

                I don't read new women magazines. Except, you know...sneaking a peak while waiting at the doctors. So I want to know.

                Until then, the bacon stays right here
                *points to pockets*
                Last edited by Marius_JP; 2007-08-07, 10:12 AM.

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                • #9
                  That was a great post on a topical topic.

                  Now on to a more substantive response of the points raised:

                  Originally posted by Marius_JP
                  was the saw to cut the kid or the semen in half?
                  I never thought about that one. Now that youmention it, we could create a niche market of designer Haafu Babies..........cut to design, or cut to desired length.

                  Other than that, well, I wasn't giving either of them any of my bacon either.

                  Nice goils, though.

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