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was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
12-07-2009, 07:59 PM,
#1
was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
..that they were piping this tune in on a loop for a while?

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12-07-2009, 08:37 PM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
LOL, nice tune. Too crowded, Berlin has turned into Shibuya as well, only unlike the japanese flow, here everybody keeps bumping into each other and sometimes people start freaking out and throwing a fit contradicting all logic Smile reminded me of the time I was riding the subway in Tokyo, when a fat ugly english teacher freaked and started shouting "Fucking Japanese!" at the top of her voice, embarrassing the over caffinated imperial honky. Maybe she was just disappointed nobody was fondling her chunky ass LOL (even a chikan has his standards, pardon me Barf )
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12-07-2009, 10:43 PM, (This post was last modified: 12-07-2009, 10:45 PM by ---.)
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
dear me, nowt wrong with a big ass - that's illuminati sprache your positing :lol:

maybe my dear friend she had grumbled because someone had groped said plumb posterior?? could be could be - you know what Japanese stereotypes are like - a world has how many views?

maybe she has hooked up of past traumas; overhead someone talking about niacin and got the wrong impression
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12-07-2009, 11:33 PM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
lol, not only the ass was chunky, was a real negative whiner.
Back in 2001 used to live with her in a cockroach infested gaijin house full of american and canadian english teachers that had nothing better to do than quarrel about which of the two countries was superior and how japan sucks. Also, "sex for english programme" for ambitious, yet completely unattractive japanese girls that proudly declared they want their kids to have blue eyes.... good luck with that one.
On the day 911 happened I implied a false-flag and nearly got lynched. If you hate it so much, why not go back where you camne from?? oh yes the pay is good and getting laid at home is more difficult, if you totally disregard quality. I moved out of there after a month and lived in the park for a while until I found somebody to be my "guarantee man" (pretty tricky) Wink
A german friend of mine caught a dude jacking off to her in the bushes while she was on the phone to her parents. All I heard was a shriek and someone running off. But this is on the decline since sexual harassment clinics have opened nationwide. Their you go, real classic stereotypes, THEY LIVE! FLAME!!!!!!!!!!!!
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12-07-2009, 11:37 PM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
wow sounds like you really clicked with the space - can't .. qui te t yp e right now, con ditioned .... reflexes ... and ... responses .. not workign right any....more.
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12-07-2009, 11:43 PM,
#6
RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
but what the hell is a tricky guarantee man anyway?
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12-07-2009, 11:50 PM, (This post was last modified: 12-07-2009, 11:52 PM by humbug.)
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
If you want to rent a place in Japan you need somebody to "guarantee" for you, a co-signer. In case you don't pay your rent, they are the next in line, usually one's parents.
This is pretty tricky/difficult to find as a foreigner and makes it nearly impossible to not have to live in the overpriced gaijin house ghetto, unless you are an ex-pat, on top of your 10-fold salary you get a limousine plus driver to your 5 bedroom house, but still ghetto.... you gotta keep em seperated!
Shanghai must be even worse, where you have foreigner compunds that are heavily walled and guarded, right beside the slums to rub it in even more, like those fancy beach resorts down in the Dominican Republic.
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12-08-2009, 12:05 AM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
i thought it was something like that.

ever get the feeling when you hear naysayers talking in a dream that they don't understand who the cynics of Grease were and it might as well be dust coming out of their mouths for the thoughts that formed the useless words?

I dunno, is it like that in Japan sometimes ever?
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12-08-2009, 12:13 AM,
#9
RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
Very much so, especially the good intentions of the cynics of Grease, who are often misunderstood and unfairly punished for lubricating those gears.
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12-08-2009, 12:18 AM, (This post was last modified: 12-08-2009, 12:26 AM by ---.)
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
by god you sound like a Pirsig fan. Here have another one don't mind if i do thankyou very much here have one yourself, cheers.

what is jurema? that's a japanese thing no?

I had a good friend once called Natsumi she was a fair bit older and very very cool - I wish I had her contacts
I think I have a 100% success rate with every Japanese person I have ever met. weird. I guess when everyone is just travelling about it is all a bit more merry...like christmas. Saying that my success rate with Israelis is lower .. and that's zip to do with their ignorance to what they let go in their name or participate in - they are just very arrogant travellers - have a bad reputation imo amongst backpackers. rude and really drive the 3rd worlder to give an israeli home price - brutal children given a sweet shop in 1946 - America was also in that sweet shop courtesy of europe but luckily it kicked those fuckers out .. or so it thought. shame shame.

I hear Japan is the world leader in tech
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12-08-2009, 01:31 AM, (This post was last modified: 12-08-2009, 01:38 AM by humbug.)
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
Yes they are wonderful people, like everybody else in general as long as they don't lose their manners when they are abroad.
Lol @ the Israelis, could say the same about Scandinavians, the most dangerous skiers in the world, especially on 10 liters of Gluhwine.
In Japan many Israelis sell gold watches on street corners, the Persians sell drugs for the Yakuza.
The Germans having a good reputation in Japan but are rather unpopular in Thailand just like all other tripper clipper, but never been there, don't plan on going either at least no to the capital, would probably be rather upsetting for me, also I hear their sewage system is pretty hardcore.

Pirsig, don't know him, but I really like Pfirsich. That motorbike book sounds interesting, told my biker friend about it the other day.

Jurema? sounds japanese, maybe you have a syllable wrong...
Jurei would be the age of a tree Wink

Jurema, a trance potion made from the bark of a tree, hahaha close but not jap.
Are you drinking that???? Bring some along!
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12-08-2009, 01:58 AM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
ah yes, my mistake, it is a brasilian skin tonic and also a henna like analogue thus legal.

just loooked ut ip. maybe should buy some on ebay - I think pple who say the inner travel through plants is wrong are worng.

themotorbike book excuse the caps bar, is really good, I read it when I was teenand then again in 20's and extracts finishing now. It's teally a superb piece of literature and very pertinet still - helps deprogram further whenalready on the creat of the curve anyhow, was my feeling - ooh and super tonic in general. word form.

I'm still looking for the anime of the whales tortuously writhing about in the immediate post Nagasaki ruins with an upbeat cajun dubstep soundtrack.

The land of the rising sun quoth maxwell
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12-08-2009, 02:28 AM,
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
You mean the 1927 鯨, Kujira, The Whale?

Been checking japanese youtubelike sites, nothing turned up so far...
Will PM if I find something.

Could buy mushrooms at the "mall" legally until 2002, although Tokyo on shrooms, should have stayed in the park Smile
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12-08-2009, 02:47 AM, (This post was last modified: 12-08-2009, 02:50 AM by ---.)
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RE: was in the shopping centre/mall/temple and wished..
i wanr go tokio too . lol if they refuse you readmittance and you bum to thailamb on free energy i know an irish guy there who will help you out - he is definitely IRA, so no worres

mushrooms in the temple you say? whoah noah sounds like their game. how dare we?

thanks for searching. I dont know if it exists but it kinda does now anyhow and that is enough - the infinite potentialities and the manifest ones which make sense essentially being the only way "forward" in the emergent multiferous.

i wouls simply love to take mind altering fungus declared legal by those who should say (bleh) in a tokyo mall. that would be a supreme buzz.
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