Black or white.
Strong-willed man who asks you out with his own definition of "white"
Matsuda Shota explains what he wants from his girlfriend.
"I prefer my girl quiet. I fall for people who just listens to what I said without saying a single word."
So that people won't tell if they're in love. He will take his girlfriend around for a drive. They will also enjoy dinner. But no matter how much he loves his girlfriend, he will hate to take her along to cinema. "I would just say 'I watched it' when she asks about my thought on movie which would end our conversation at once. It'd also be annoying to hear her neutral opinion or about teary scenes. Being invited to a movie would just get me in a bad mood. I also have different thought about going out for drinks. I'd rather go with friends than girlfriend."
To be brutally honest and frankly speaking, "(My) Lover is someone who's kind enough to accept me for who I am", description which strikes home for super-spoiled woman's mind.
Black or white. Matsuda never makes wavering judgment. However, that doesn't make him one impossible-to-understand kind of guy nor lacking affections. His eyes began to sparkle when the topic was changed to his pet cat. "Her name's Chacha. She will respond whether you call her Chachi or Shachi* LOL" He really loves that Chacha, as he's man with love.
black or white : can mean "right or wrong"
shachi can also mean "orca"
From : Harper's BAZAAR Japan Feb 2008 issue
Credit to boys_paper & Harper's BAZAAR Japan