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Kogal Kids コギャル子供

Kogal Kids コギャル子供

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Journal for 2006-9-11 Mon..
Weather: Sunny   Plan: Mirasaka Elementary

I have finished my first week at my new job! It is easy to memorize all the kids’ names at my junior high schools since they are so small. I already have most of the 41 kids’ names and faces at Sakugi Junior High School down pat. I don’t know all the 68 kids at Kimita Junior High School yet, but I should have it by the week after next. I believe that schools these sizes are just right. It is much easier to get to know the kids one-on-one with these class sizes. Cool, huh?

I started teaching at the very interesting Mirasaka Elementary School today. It is larger than the other elementary schools I have taught at, at 155 kids. The kids are crazy energetic, though. The most interesting thing about the school is that there are about three or four first to third graders that are decked out in “kogal” style. Their hair is dyed and permed, their ears are pierced, and they have kogal style sweaters and short skirts. I think that these kids mom is really trendy. I asked the kids and they told me that their mom is one year younger than me. I didn’t even think trendy mamas like that existed!

天気: 晴 行事: 三良坂小



Today's Kanji
Meaning (意味): harm

Chinese Reading (音読み):
Reading Romaji 
Vocabulary (単語):
Word Reading Romaji Translation 
害虫がいちゅうgaichuuharmful insect
利害りがいrigaiadvantages and disadvantages

Trevor Lalish-Menagh

  • There's a word for those trendy mommies, I can't remember it at the moment...but yeah, it's basically what they call those slaggy ladies who get pregnant young but can't let go of their fashionable ways and end up dressing their kids like it too... I don't know if its a good thing or a bad thing. On one hand, it's nice to see that a Japanese woman who doesn't let her life and looks end just because she has kids now. On the other hand, dressing little girls like slags isn't cool either ;P
  • 41 kids in a junior high? My school has 545 students in it! I haven't memorized all the names yet, either, although they help me out by wearing name tags. But the name tags only have their family names on it.
    • Small classes rule. You should move out to the inaka... although I lament the fact that my closest maid cafe is two hours away. :P
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