( This is Namakemono’s column for English practice. There are many mistakes in this page, but don’t care! If you care them, you will become a loser. Hahahaha…)
I’ll tell you some nonsense stories about the kechi-king.
In spite of tightfisted(=stingy person=kechinbou in Japanese), he likes to set somebody up to meals.
I wondered why, but I could understand the reason soon.
After he had a meal to someone, he talked to many people about that many times.
He just wanted to say “I had a meal for someone and I’m generous for money (generous means “futoppara “in Japanese”.
He says proudly,
“I had a steak for Mr. A three weeks ago.”
“I paid all for the last year’s Halloween party.”
It is very persistent … OMG !!
1.The characteristic of kechi
It is super patronizing.
Patronizing means “On kise gamashii” in Japanese.
Treating someone is very big event for kechi-king.
…I’d like to avoid becoming such a small personality.
to be continued…