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Tokyoites try 'new normal' for singing as karaoke parlors reopen

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I've never understood the popularity of karaoke. Why do people who can't sing want to sing so badly? In front of other people, no less? It makes no sense to me.

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Are the microphone covers replaced after each use? Is the air in the toom sanitized aftet each use? Is food and beveraged still served during songs?

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I went with a friend to karaoke today. We were the only 2 one whole floor. And it is a big floor.

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Another nice propaganda piece from Kyodo. Everything is fine, people. Do karaoke. Get that tax revenue in.

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garypen

I've never understood the popularity of karaoke. Why do people who can't sing want to sing so badly? In front of other people, no less? It makes no sense to me.

It is fun. And everyone gets an A for effort. Isn´t that completely woke?

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harvea:

Are the microphone covers replaced after each use? Is the air in the toom sanitized aftet each use? Is food and beveraged still served during songs?

Don´t worry. Just tell the virus that you are rioting and protesting against racism and it will leave you alone. Haven't you learned the lesson from the last few days?

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It is fun. And everyone gets an A for effort. Isn´t that completely woke?

The last time I went to Karaoke there was a boo button which people employed for crap singers.

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Jimizo

The last time I went to Karaoke there was a boo button which people employed for crap singers.

Sounds like pretty crappy crowd you went with then. Get some new friends. When I go to Karaoke, everybody has fund and gets a hand. People might smile, but hey.

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novel idea - go home spend the evening singing with your own family!

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