Kogals were far from the first generation of Japanese girls who oya o nakaseru (made their parents weep) and inspired salacious media exposés.
The kogal phenomenon has never represented a majority of teenage girls. Uses for items Easy date Press the "Right Mouse Button" and press "Play" during a date for a one of two questions to appear.Never get arrested When doing the "Delivery" job and you end up jailed, while on the jail screen (where you are behind bars sweating), press the "Right Mouse Button" and select "Play". You will most likely end up in the club talking to Saori, and all the things she is able to say while on relationship level "Stranger" will start. You will now be back on the same exact day, with the same HP, and you can try the job again.Kogal hedonism and impolite language serve to assert self-hood of young Japanese women.Kogals' expertise in criticizing men, particularly older men, demonstrates their revolt against traditional gender norms.Getting the diary when you do not have it While in the club with a girl, press the "Right Mouse Button" and select "Play".
All possible things she can say at the current relationship level will scroll, until either you stop at a question you must answer or her diary opens up.
They are often, but not necessarily, enrolled students.
Centers of kogal culture include the Harajuku and Shibuya districts of Tokyo, in particular Shibuya's 109 Building. Kogals are avid users of photo booths, with most visiting at least once a week, according to non-scientific polls.
The girls may also wear loose socks and scarves, and have dyed hair.
The word "kogal" is anglicized from kogyaru, a contraction of kōkōsei gyaru (high school gal).
They may also dye their hair brown and get artificial suntans.