字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey, guys, how's it going? My name is Michaela and the withdrew. I've been busy with a lot of things, not only working with colic in Fukuoka City, but I also recently moved into a new place foot raisins, unexplained. I love this place, and I think it's much better environment for making videos. So now we're back on track. Yeah, today I wanted to make a video about something, but I don't even really understand. Be honest blood types you see in Japan, blood types are the equivalent of horoscopes. I'm a camp record. That's right. I'm a beautiful goat fish. Depending on your blood type, you have certain personality traits, and that's just who you are. No, if ands or buts. If you've lived in Japan for a long time and started to make a few Japanese friends, this question might come up when you're at a party or you and your drinking or when you're out having fun to Saul, Wait, you saw can see. Blood types could be divided into four categories. A, B, A, B and O. Put it simply, people with blood type A 10 to be calm. Patient sensitive, responsible, stubborn and unable to relax. People with the blood type B tend to be individualists. Strong, optimistic, created flexible, wild and unpredictable. People with the blood type A B tend to be a cool, rational, sociable, popular, critical and indecisive. Finally, people with the O blood type tend to be trendy, loyal, passionate, self confident, independence, ambitious and a little bit vain. Finding personalities by blood type is so popular in Japan, people often try to guess what your blood type is based on the type of person you are. Yeah, yeah, we kind of got me. Oh, it would have to be sure, but blood types are taking a little more seriously. For example, in Japan, sometimes when choosing a partner in a relationship, people consider what their partner's blood type is and whether or not they're compatible with that blood type. Also used to be a story about cos profiling their future employees based on what blood type they were. I'm not gonna hire those be got that. As for me, I think it is something fun to kind of talk about. But I don't think it should be taken so seriously because there are exceptions to everything, always and blood freaks me out. What's your blood type? Do you even know a lot of foreigners don't know their own blood type because we're never told this information. It's never really necessary for us in North America. But I actually found out my blood type for the first time. When I came here and had a blood test. It was traumatizing, and I'll never forget what they told me. So what's your blood type? Let me know in the comments and let's talk about it. Um, my dog making noises. I will see you next week. I promise I will make a video next week. Okay, let's talk soon. Bye.