Osaka (Japanese: お酒) is a city in Japan. Osaka is the third largest city. It is also the place where the most accident prone Japanese people came from. Main reasons to live in this city include super cheap 100 MB/s Internet connection, 200 television channels with 24/7 anime, and no monster attacks like the ones in Tokyo. However, Osakan people act very unusually in almost everything there is.
For example, normally, when a Japanese encounters something he/she has trouble with, normally the response would be -
あの、すみませんが．．．Ano, Suimasenga... (Ah, I'm sorry)
However, Osakan response is more like -
くそ、お前のがでかすぎんねん！！ Kuso, Omaenon ga dekasugin nen!! or -
ど、ど、ど、ど、童貞ちゃうわ！ Do, do, do, do, Dotei chau wa!
Transportation in Osaka consists mainly of walking, car, bus, subway, and sky taxi (as seen in Star Wars). The taxi usually charges about ￥400/KM, however, the more annoying customers the taxi driver encounters, the higher the price may be, especially if the customers are some sort of Slovakian parrot. The price is reduced for every pedestrian the passenger manages to topple by opening the door. This fee is further reduced if the passenger manages to touch the corpse with his or her left ear lobe, as this is an ancient Osakan disco tradition.
Residents are encouraged to use public transportation on "No My Car Day". No, seriously.
The average Osakan was once thought to have been a type of rare pygmy elephant, due to their tusks and tendencies to make strange trumpeting sounds from their noses. This allegation was later dismissed after it was shown that anyone that lives their lives thinking they are anime acts this way, which explains a lot.
Many young Japanese women walk in the following position: arms bent forward to hold bag at elbow; wrists flailing; feet pointed inwards towards vagina. According to Japanese women, that's "kawaii." According to gaijin, that's some fucked up shit right there.
On the other hand, gaijin who have been actually allowed into Osaka claim the people are very different to the usual stereotype. Silly, yes, but in a good way. People exit Osaka behaving normally, except for a larger appetite for takoyaki and animosity towards Tokyo.
- Dotonbori is one of the main attractions at the heart of the city. A popular feature within its shopping district is a dark, polluted river that will corrode your skin upon contact, after the dai-oni Sanders was thrown in by Osakans. When the river is not seen however, the Dotombori seems to be a normal entertainment district, however that means something out of a kaiju anime.
- The Hitachi tower can be found in Shin-Imamiya. It's like the Space Needle, except shorter and better at math.
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