朝チュン[asachun]

July 15, 2007 at 12:10 pm (otaku word)

 Well, this is similar to the previous post, 夢オチ[yumeochi] though this is not a way to conclude the story as a matter of fact. So [asa] means morning, and チュン[chun] means chirm.  I don’t think this is common all over the world, but in Japan we usually hear spallows chirming in the morning…so what about that??

 Mostly, 朝チュン is a way to skip a sex scene in TV drama series, manga, anime or whatever. Unless it’s porn, any obscene images should not be shown in Japan. So for example, in a sope opera, when a boy and a girl are having a nice dinner in the room, they feel like having a sex. However, it mustn’t be shown on TV, right? So next moment,  a scene changes rapidly! Maybe what we  would probably see next, is the couple sleeping on the bed so peacefully in the next morning. And some spallows are chirming…You know what I mean? They must have done it even though it didn’t show us. This is 朝チュン.

 I think 朝チュン is used for many years especially in soap operas, shoujo manga or something like that.  Having said that, this might make people who really want porn things disappointed or upset somehow. Yes of course, the most important part is missing, right!?

3 Comments

  1. Marius Mink said,

    Haha! I feel the same way when I watch Boys Love movies. Itsuka no Kimi E skipped to the next morning when Saito Takumi and whoever the other actor was got together. I felt betrayed. Saito Takumi does a lot of boys love movies that range from showing naked people in sex scenes to not even a kiss. You never know what you’re gonna get with Takumi.

    • bangin said,

      Ah, you know Itsuka no Kimi E? I didn’t think there was a fangirl out there.
      Yeah such a live-action movie doesn’t show the thing. Because…they mustn’t do that, right? If they really did it, it would be just a real gay porn video!

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