Being Japan’s prime minister is the shits

Japan’s former prime minister, Shinzo Abe, skipped out of his post last September without any warning. Two days before his sudden sayonara, he delivered a policy speech in parliament in which he vowed to continue his job. Finally, the smelly rest-of-the-story has leaked out, hee, hee.
Japan's former prime minister Shinzo Abe

Japan’s Abe says diarrhoea ruined premiership
10 Jan 2008. TOKYO (AFP) – Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe, once touted as the fresh young face who would usher in a new conservative era, has said he quit the post because of severe diarrhoea.
“I have come to think that, so as to gain understanding on why I resigned, I should make no secrets about my illness,” Abe saidmore

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2 thoughts on “Being Japan’s prime minister is the shits”

  1. Today’s 1-point Japanese lesson…

    Shit!
    ↓↓
    くそ!!
    ↓↓
    Kuso!!

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