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About the Kabedon Meaning and Origin

The word "Kabedon" literally means hitting a wall. It is derived from the combination of "Kabe" which means wall & the word "Don" which is used lớn describe an object hitting something. However, kabedon in literary works does not mean that an object is hitting a wall. It is the act of a man pinning a woman lớn a wall. A lot of readers & viewers are often quite ecstatic whenever they see the kabedon in their favorite shows or comic. So there are a lot of reasons why.

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In Japanese media, the kabedon is a very popular means of expressing lãng mạn love or adoration. It is done by a man hitting his hand on a wall, pinning the woman in the process. Perhaps this is where the don becomes useful. Often times, a man does this out of jealousy, anger, or sometimes flirtatiousness. In some rare cases as well, the kabedon is used to express deep anger và frustration. This is when a character, regardless of gender, hits a wall out of anger. The wall is then severely và exaggeratedly damaged as a comedy aftershock.

Japanese courtship và other dating rituals

It is common for Japanese lớn be a match made if they bởi vì not meet the love of their life at a certain age. Because of this, courtship in japan is very formal & serious. Often times, it begins with swapping numbers, email addresses or even business cards. It is rare to lớn meet some stranger randomly at a certain place, often times these are blind dates which are arranged by family members or friends.

Often times, during a date or courtship, a woman is often demure. It is strongly frowned upon in japan to see women who are too forward. There are cases as well when men find it intimidating to see women who take the lead on dates. Interestingly as well, one of the main highlights of courtship is lớn show that the man is capable of financially sustaining a family in the event that they vị end up together. There might be a few snippets of his career or salary during conversations – as an assurance that he is financially capable. This is not seen as bragging in Japan, it is actually considered as a common courtesy in dating.

Since most dates are arranged by friends và family, a person usually needs to save face. Both parties are usually at their best look and behavior during the first couple of dates. This is lớn ensure a proper introduction & a seamless first expression.

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As for physical intimacy, there are places in Tokyo known as Love Hotels where couples often go. Some people go there just lớn keep away from the hustle và bustle of the outside world và keep a small bubble just between two persons. However, it is good khổng lồ remember that physical intimacy plays late into the dating game và is seen to hurt the relationship if done too soon.

Different seasons of love in Japan

Romance can be felt and seen at almost any time of the year and it does not only happen during Valentines. A lot of people find the rainy seasons of June and July quite romantic because of the unintended physical intimacy of sharing an umbrella with a love interest. The summer season of August and September are also quite lãng mạn because this is the part of the year where a person can be carefree of running through fields, climbing trees, riding swings, và more. These are common “romantic bonding activities”.

Of course, nothing beats the thắm thiết beauty of fall. The merry months of October & November are sure lớn bring warmth to the cold air as the beauty of falling leaves gives a special màu sắc to the relationship. The red và orange hues of maple leaves during this time is one of the most awaited romantic events of the year. A short walk under the falling leaves, while cuddling under the cooling weather – what beats that?

The winter season is a time of beauty & purity. The merriness of the coming holidays is sure khổng lồ bring a cheer to lớn any relationship. There is always a celebratory mood everywhere – in malls, restaurants, schools, parks and more. There are special winter illuminations held every year as well as a celebration of winter. This is a cool and unique way to lớn date.

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The spring season và its beautiful colors are sure to lớn bring wonder lớn anyone’s eye. With the warming air & fresh wind – who will not fall in love?

Learning to distinguish the Kabedon pose

Kabedon Arms

Often times, kabedon is expressed with the use of a single hand. A hard hit on the wall to pin a girl to lớn the wall without any physical liên hệ is a good way to lớn go. This is often seen as romantic & very cheesy. However, some characters want to go a little bit more extreme. They want lớn express their strong desire for the girl & ensure that they will not be able to lớn resist their grasp. They vày this with the use of two hands hitting a wall. This kind of kabedon shows stronger passion & desire.

Kabedon Legs

More lượt thích a parody, there are kabedon positions và poses that use one leg up with hands on the wall. This is seen as less romantic và more comedic because of the awkwardness of the position. This is actually a means of parodying the kabedon trend.

Other Kabedon Positions

Some puns and jokes on kabedon include other more otherworldly positions. There are kabedons that use two legs and two arms. There are kabedon poses for animals & humans. There are also illustrations và photos of two animals doing a kabedon hug. All these are deviations of the “romantic” kabedon & are used as parodies to lớn the gesture.

Kabedon in Anime và TV Shows

There are two expressions of kabedon in anime, manga or TV drama. The first is through the Shounen Kabedon. This involves a person randomly hitting a wall out of anger, frustration or fury. Often times it is used lớn show comedy or terror in the story. This is regardless of gender và it is not often seen as romantic.

The other expression of kabedon is through the Shouji Kabedon. This is the thắm thiết kabedon where a woman is lightly pushed into a wall out of the anger, jealousy, or passion of a man. This is often seen as thắm thiết in many cases because of the many things that a kabedon entails.

Why vì girls find some gestures romantic?

In most literary works, like anime, manga, or TV shows, a man’s expression of the kabedon is a sure sign that they are getting wildly serious about their love interest & their relationship. This is usually the time when the guy will finally tell the girl about their true feelings.

Most often than not, the main male character is always a tough guy who is pretty cool. He usually has a lot of followers và girls idolize him. Then, girls are always depicted as simple, shy type ladies who would change the life of the cool tough guy forever. This is the Shoujo manga formula, và viewers are already expectant of what will happen next after a kabedon – happily ever after.


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