Categories Quotable quotes Women Japanese proverbs Post author By C .T. Post date August 22, 2015 7 Comments on Japanese proverbs “Never trust a woman even if she has borne you seven children.” “The tongue of woman is her sword, which never rusts.” ← Zarathustra’s prologue, 3 → Zarathustra’s prologue, 4 7 replies on “Japanese proverbs” The christians speak of an original sin, something about eating forbidden fruit. Actually, the original sin was a man listening to the woman and affecting his relationship with his god. I added this quote only because my father destroyed his siblings by believing all the defamation and slander and calumny that came out of his spouse’s tongue. Decades ago he really accepted and ate Eve’s apple to the point of destroying a family paradise. 悪妻は百年の不作 – “A bad wife spells a hundred years of bad harvest.” I love it! A Japanese warrior mantra, put to music: https://youtu.be/KEaahmp0DmA I feel for the Japanese, whose ancestral religion is caught between two very powerful universalisms. Whilst even their nobler traditions cannot be our own, they still parallel ours in interesting ways. Reblogged this on vikingbitch's Blog and commented: And with proverbs like this, we wonder why Japanese women are not having as many children. Psychological faggotry = death to the West It’s an old proverb, which means that Jap women were having seven children or so. (Also, you seem to have missed what I said above about the family reasons that moved to post it.) Comments are closed.