What??? Western people can't squat like we do ??? I didn't know that.
Well, I used to squat on the streets like that for hours with my buddies when I was a bad girl and was mean mugging everyone (LOL!) who happened to pass in front of us. That kind of way of squatting is called "unko zuwari" or "yankii zuwari". Why? Well, that's how we squat over our Japanese style toilet, and a teenage "gangsta" here is sometimes called "yankii", I don't know why though.
If you are planning to visit Japan and ride the Shinkansen, you should practice it, cus I think the toilets there is all Japanese style, unless you want to fall on your own poop.
In case you have no clue how it looks like and how to use it, check this thread. It's in the 1st post by Brooker san.
Well, jibetarian (ﾆ淡ﾆ遅ﾆ耽ﾆ椎?ﾆ但ﾆ停?慊）is a slang word which means "people who sits on the grounds where they are not really supposed to .
You see, recently, mostly young people sit on the floor in a crowded train, on the stairs or on the floor in a train station, everywhere! And middle-aged and older people feel really annoyed and angry about it.
But Glenn san, they usually don't squat and put their butts directly on the floor and chill like this.
By the way, jibetarian is a coined word of jibeta and rian. Jibeta ﾂ（窶冢窶堙冷?堋ｽﾂ）means jimen ﾂ（窶冢窶禿環）ﾂ、and by transforming the word into jibetarian and makeing it sound like "ﾆ弛ﾆ耽ﾆ椎?ﾆ但ﾆ停??, we made it mean ﾂ「窶堋ｷ窶堋ｮ窶堙俄?冢窶禿岩?堙可催?窶堙ｨﾂ最ｾ窶堙楪人ﾂ」.
P.S. I'm kinda running out of time right now, and can't really check my sentences, so some of them must be messed up, if so, gomen ne!!