I got a lot of messages from people asking me to be a guest blogger on gay asian blogs. Well, I’m sorry to disappoint, but I have no intention of writing a blog or anything else about how great gay asian people are. I don’t care how much you worship their gayness. I care how many times you’ve had sex with them. I also care how much you hate them. I don’t know what else to say.
I don’t know if I could possibly write a blog about gay asians because I don’t know anything about them. I do know that this blog is for me because I have a lot of questions.
So basically you have a lot of questions, and you have no idea if you can write a blog about asians. So you decide to write a blog about gay asians. You decide to write a blog about gay asians because they are not asian. And you decide to write a blog about gay asians because you dont know what else to say and you dont care. Just go and write it, because you will be famous.
This is only the second time I’ve ever blogged about Asians, and it’s also the first time I’ve blogged about anything Asian. I’ve written about my personal tastes, but I’m not really sure I could call myself an “Asian foodie.” Maybe. There are definitely some Asian restaurants I’ve been to. But overall, I tend to think of Asian food as something that is more in the realm of a cultural experience than a food.
I think that’s because Asian food can be a lot more complicated than you’d expect. It’s not just a bunch of ingredients, or noodles and hot sauces and rice and stuff. It is, in fact, a diverse culture of people and ideas. But I think that’s what makes it special, and that’s why I put it on here.
The reason I put it on here, is that Asian food is definitely more diverse than we think, and our stereotypes of Asian food are probably just too limited. We tend to think of Chinese food, Japanese food, and Korean food as somehow being different from each other. But I think that this is actually a stereotype that needs to be broken. Asians aren’t all about the same things, and we all have very different ideas of what it means to be Asian.
That was just a small example of my own bias, but I think one of the main things that makes Asian food so diverse is the idea that Asians arent all about the same things. But what we tend to think of as the same things also varies by country.
Japanese food is a Japanese food that is probably made by the Japanese, and we’re not actually getting Japanese food, so we’re not really getting Japanese food. We are getting Korean food. So the problem with Asian food is that it’s sort of a weird concept with many words that aren’t really the same as the Japanese word. In fact, in the Japanese mind, we can’t actually think exactly the same thing as we do.
Japanese are so good at creating foods and ingredients because they understand the concept of “saying something funny” and the concept of “saying something cute” at the same time. So we say things like “maki gai” which means “eat this in a cute way,” or “o-shiro” which means “eat this in a funny way.
It’s like the idea of a gay guy saying “maki gai” instead of “maki gan” or “maki gan gai” which means eat this in a cute way, or vice versa. We should probably also say “maki gan” instead of “maki gai” but I dont think you get the point of saying something funny as it is.