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Posted in: Jun Hasegawa capitalizes on 'haafu' look See in context

Haafu(s) themselves don't care about the word that much, in contrast to some people here. Ask them what they'd like to be called, they'll probably tell you their names or change the subject, because it really is not important. It does seem to be important for those who are not particularly haafu and feel uncomfortable with that word or the whole race pc thing. Probably because they don't feel comfortable around haafu.

I met a father of a haafu once (not my father) that commented that he wanted his kids to be more 'normal'. He was American btw. Maybe he had issues in accepting his kids 'haafu-ness' and that made me uncomfortable.

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Posted in: Jun Hasegawa capitalizes on 'haafu' look See in context

Anyway she has one of those faces likely to appear on skincare/clothes catalogues.

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Posted in: Actress Natasha Richardson dies after fall on ski slope See in context

So much ahead of her, gone young. RIP

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Posted in: Olivia Newton-John See in context

Time flies so fast. She's a survivor.

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Posted in: Walking, talking female robot to take part in fashion show See in context

"Developers said the robot may be used in amusement parks or to perform simulations of human movement, as an exercise instructor"

Imagine doing tai chi with that. No, thanks.

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Posted in: Three in Japan chosen as semifinalists for Hamilton Island caretaker job See in context

that's kewl

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Posted in: Ambassadors of Cute See in context

terrible clothes. why cute is associated with old accessories and things that look like they've been in the closet for years, they might smell like mothballs

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Posted in: Lady tester See in context

I thought this was a pregnancy test device.

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Posted in: Sayaka Isoyama to try Core Rhythms diet method See in context

uhm, I think she could do without those legs. It's true I've seen worse though.

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Posted in: Tokyo’s St Patrick’s Day Parade – It’s a long way from Tipperary See in context

Listening to Irish music and watching the Irish dancers perform.

I like the first tip, the second would be nice if they were actually Irish :>)

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Posted in: Ex-N Korean agent says she believes abductees Taguchi, Yokota still alive See in context

establishing a relationship of trust with Kim

how is that even possible?

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

Amen, Cleo.

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Posted in: Odor eraser See in context

"it might make trains more pleasant to ride on"

exactly, exactly. "Rettsu Ireizu", Nippon

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Posted in: Odor eraser See in context

maybe I'll just carry a lavender scented old fashioned aerosol spray can with me at all times then.

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Posted in: Odor eraser See in context

train commuters could use this.

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Posted in: What do you think about shotgun weddings? See in context

it's shot-gun-nai

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

drink green tea and eat azuki-filled mochi.

maybe he was only trying to experience his Japanese ancestry more, nothing wrong with that.

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Posted in: Teacher forces female student to wear maid's costume in Akita See in context

I thought this was in Akiba. Oops someone already said that.

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Posted in: Marui shop attendants See in context

bigwave, nice to hear it from the Who.

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Posted in: Hay Fever See in context

my hairdresser used to tell me one day I would suffer from hay fever, as she was disappointed to hear me say I was quite immune to it. I'm glad to tell the day is yet to come but I pity the sufferers...a little :*]

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Posted in: Marui shop attendants See in context

"Desperate to be different."

at the same time anyone can join the club if they produce themselves in the exact same fashion. and hence be the same, lol

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

I enjoyed reading posts like Daisan's, Cheeba's and Hannari's. The term half, for 'half' folks, can be anything you choose to believe in, just pass it on. There's no need to be attached to it negatively.

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Posted in: Foodex 2009 See in context

i can't get enough of turkey ice cream's texture

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Posted in: Foodex 2009 See in context

want some here :b makuhari foodexpo, fun place either having your own booth or checking out the others'

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

He seems to have put Japan on a high pedestal expecting to be welcomed as solely Japanese.

i had the same impression.

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

"At least I'm pure-blooded"

OMG I can't believe it.

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

I think there's something after death but maybe I won't be there to realize it, in my conscience.

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

"Some people, namely celebrities, do capitalize on their biracial origins, wearing the “We’re different” sash proudly. But that’s not me. I don’t get paid for how I look or how much I stick out in a crowd."

it sounds like envy. you could have reconsidered getting paid for looking different on these parts, but your thinking is Japanese and you said yourself that you are. Case closed

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Posted in: Half and haafu See in context

"I am Japanese" case closed.

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Posted in: Paris Hilton See in context

Mom 'n daughters

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