It often happens that young shogi players become a little self-important, but I don't think that's something limited to the shogi world.
This is a horror staple - young men and women spend a night of terror in an isolated house.
On the other hand, there seem to be those among young folk who, while touching on Buddhism, have started to think of it as a vital spiritual support.
The rhythm is light, and the tempo fast - that song is liked by young people.
Actually, and I need to keep this quiet, but recently here there's a rumour that young women on this beach are having photos taken in secret of them.
Recently there are a lot of young people who don't use respectful language to their superiors.
That young couple are still tied to their parent's apron strings.
This is out of the blue, but has everybody once felt 'looked down upon by young folk'?
Curious gazes, gazes carrying a bit of murderous intent...it goes without saying that I couldn't be more uncomfortable.
Ahh ... well I was young but what a stupid mistake.
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