Dating in japanese phrases
手をつないでもいい？ (ラブラブ), which basically means they’re all mushy and romantic and probably can’t keep their hands off each other.
(In case you didn’t realize, this term is a Japanification of the English word ‘love’ repeated twice.) Two people who are ラブラブ may Let’s not be all touchy-feely in public. Cultural note: You will rarely see Japanese couples do anything more than hold hands in public.
As you can imagine, males are more frequently loving someone else at first sight than females and this word is commonly used by males. If you find somebody looks very attractive in a bar or night club, try using this word. I guess pronouncing as “Deito” is easier for Japanese to understand. Therefore, this word means “Please go on a date with me”.
The common places to go for a first date are movie theater, amusement park, concert, or nice-view restaurants.
So if you say “Tsukiatte kudasai” to a person you love, it means you want she/him to become your girlfriend/boyfriend.
If you use Daisuki towards a person, usually it means you have a feelings of love to the person.Obviously this is used in situations in which the meaning can be inferred from context.In heterosexual sex, the time from penetration onwards is referred to as (胸), which literally just means ‘chest’.Physical affection is generally considered something that should be shown only in private. ) But okay okay fine, here’s the juicy stuff you all want to know.So don’t be surprised or offended if your Japanese girlfriend or boyfriend doesn’t want to kiss or hug you in public. I’m pretty sure a bunch of you just scrolled down to read this part. The general word for ‘to have sex’ is simply an adoption of the English word: (変態), which means ‘pervert’ or ‘perverted’.
This last word is also one that is appropriate to use with or referring to children in a non-sexual way.