How a Japanese woman found her own voice on a Japanese internet meme

Japanese internet users have created their own brand of celebrity, but it’s not the one you’d expect.

The word “joke” is synonymous with Japanese pop culture, but the country’s young generation is starting to take a liking to the words themselves.

The Japanese version of Twitter, which is popular in Asia, has over 1.5 million followers and the “lol” social media platform has 1.3 million users, with a total of 6.2 million daily active users.

“I love this term joke,” said Masahiko Takayama, who makes jokes about everything from the Japanese food to the weather in Japanese.

“It is my life.

It is my job.

I get to use the Japanese word for humour.”

Takayama started posting “lol jokes” in Japanese on social media last year and now he has created his own meme.

“You can be Japanese, or Japanese, and be funny or not.

If you don’t have a joke, you’re not funny.

I’m a joke maker,” Takayam told Reuters.”

So I put my jokes on Instagram, and it was really hard for me to make money,” he said.

The meme has already garnered more than 4 million likes, and has been shared more than 7 million times.

“We use the word ‘lol’ as a kind of ‘catchall’ word, to give people a good sense of what the word means,” Takaya said.

“People say that we are all laughing.

I can’t say that’s true.”

Some of the jokes include: “You’ve got to be kidding me, that’s the worst word in the English language!”

“It’s like, why do I have to be a moron?

I don’t know what the hell is going on.”

A Japanese person uses the hashtag #loljoke on Twitter.

A Japanese man wearing a T-shirt with the hashtag “loljokes” posts a joke about a cat on Instagram.

Some of Takayom’s fans even share the memes on social networks such as Instagram.

“If you have a funny or interesting topic to discuss, you can post a joke,” Takamori said.

While some have taken to calling themselves “JLJ”, they are only trying to create a laugh, rather than make money.”JL jokes are just a fun way to share things we enjoy.

We just like making fun of ourselves,” Takayan said.

Some Japanese have even taken to using the hashtag to call out celebrities.

“Japanese people use LOL jokes on a daily basis,” said Takayakawa, adding that there are even people from the US and Europe that have used it.

“That’s what I like about LOL jokes, they are not a business.

I think we can do something better than that,” Takasawa said.

Many of the memes Takayamas create are inspired by Japanese anime and manga, but others are his own creations.

“One of my faves is [the] anime-esque series [Naruto],” Takayami said.

Naruto has been used as a gag and as a joke on Japanese social media for years.

Takaya said he’s often asked to make new jokes, and he sometimes does.

“But I like making them for my own humor,” he joked.

“They are just fun.”