Those crazy kids. We can only take some comfort in knowing that one day they’ll break up. Safe for work, btw, even if the post title at fusion might make your IT department look at you sideways.

Over the past year, thousands of Japan’s young people have taken to the country’s top video app, MixChannel (basically Japanese Vine), to post romantic “couples videos” in which they make out with their significant others, reports Motherboard.

The kisu douga are creative, romantic—and above all, kawaii (Japanese for “cute” or “smiling cat face with heart-shaped eyes”). They’re also controversial, with conservative parents calling the trend exhibitionist, according to Motherboard, and Japanese Twitter arguing that they are not only gross but pretty awkward when the couples break up.ese for “cute” or “smiling cat face with heart-shaped eyes”). They’re also controversial, with conservative parents calling the trend exhibitionist, according to Motherboard, and Japanese Twitter arguing that they are not only gross but pretty awkward when the couples break up.