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Posted in: Where have all the 'gyaru' gone? See in context

What is this strange language you speak, and where is wonder woman and cat girl?

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Posted in: Residents up in arms over children's noise at daycare centers See in context

My English not so good but here issa possible answer for kiddy squeals. Tape. Put tape on kid mouth until quieter. Probably thirty years old. Much peace. Those that are eating lots baked beans......maybe need more tape. Have happy day. Shhhh.

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Posted in: 'Silver porn' shows 50 shades of greying Japan See in context

Oh yes....... Hurriedly Grabs false teeth, removes senior nappy and reading glasses, mistakenly gulps down two sleeping tablets instead of Viagra and promptly falls off bed.

"Ok, That's a wrap, folks.....Everyone back here tomorrow for take two."

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Posted in: Japan upgrades Fukushima leak to highest level in two years See in context

Time is so precious. Its been more than two years now. The infrastructure is weakened and open to catastrophic failure in the next big earthquake. As time slips by we will witness cascading machinery and plumbing systems collapses. The place is getting more dangerous by the day for the dwindling gang of tired and overworked ground crew. Call in some experienced crews for all our sakes.

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Posted in: Faux flowers and plants can liven up home See in context

I'm a fan of faux. My garden always looks bright and colourful because I sneak out at night and stick in a dazzling display of plastic or satin imitation flowers. Just to make them look authentic, I drag out the hose and water them on saturdays dressed in my disco gear and elvis glasses when my nosey neighbour is out trying to resuscitate her ratty flower bed. This stresses her no end. Lucky she needs glasses. I have faux stones around the borders of my garden, faux elf statues and if my love life is found wanting, I even have a faux girlfriend safely tucked away in the bedroom closet where she will never get to meet my mistress who is safely tucked away in the guest room closet.

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Posted in: Most men wish women would help pay date tab: study See in context

I always treat women with respect and remember the little things that they bring up in conversation at later meetings, compliment them when they change something about themselves and be lighthearted and attentive. I'm too shy to ask them out you see. They always ask me. It's me who fights to pay for the date because they say they feel obligated. I never ask to go to the next level in the relationship. They do because...I'm shy. I've never asked anyone to marry me, but six ladies have asked me so far. Just haven't found exactly the right one yet.maybe someday. Be attentive, friendly and not pushy. Be like a mysterious second best friend who is not always available but caring and happy to be there with them when you are available. Be her someone who is full of surprises and adventure. Make each date fun and exciting. Never let her down on a promise. Always show her you have her back and are a strong trustworthy companion so she desires to see you more and more. Then you have a REAL friend and after the date is over who even remembers who paid for what? Dinner, dancing, the little place by the sea? The sailboat? Lunch on the wharf?

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Posted in: Japan’s bizarre heating and cooling system for dogs See in context

I made a rock pool in the back garden with a waterfall for my dawg. It's pretty hot here in Australia during the summer and he loves to lounge around in the cool water with just his eyes and nose showing. He looks like a crocodog.

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Posted in: The deadliest part of Fukushima's nuclear clean-up: Removing fuel rods See in context

Very risky operation. There's still a lot of fallen equipment in the pool to be removed before they can contemplate removal of the fuel assemblies. Some of them will be damaged, some will possibly be jammed, warped or broken open. Get a group of rods too close together or drop some onto the floor of the pool in close proximity and its" last drinks gentlemen" I hope all goes well but I'm not confident looking back at the management chain that brought us all to this point. Suffice to say...if they are successful in shutting down the plant, I'll eat my hat......and i don't say that lightly...it's a bike helmet.

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Posted in: Have you ever hit your child, no matter how lightly, as a means of discipline? See in context

I was thrown over a chair and hit with an electric extension cord wrapped into four lengths, repeatedly when I was a kid. It hurt a LOT. these days I have a lot of power points in my home, but no extension cords. I never hit my children. When my son played around in school with the wrong crowd and his grades suffered, I told him how in life, you are rewarded for working hard, not for slacking off. Then I offered him $50. For every exam result over 85%. Problem solved. I had lit a fire. Every night he fell asleep with school books on his face. Every school exam...quarterly, half yearly and yearly exams it would cost me a fortune. Lol. In the end I had to change the base result to 95% and $70. As he was attaining every single goal. From school he attended university. These days he has an excellent job that takes him around the world, a beautiful intelligent and loving wife with her own career and a happy home. He remains unsmacked.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

To resume aid, NK should be made to exchange both nuclear and conventional weapons for food.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

nK say they have closed the northern border crossing to China. Why would they shut out their only friend in the region? Meanwhile in Chinese media, they report closing off the China/NK border crossing to prevent an expected and uncontrolled influx of NK refugees into the country should NK invoke military action against outside forces. I hope they packed a lot of cut lunches before they started this because there are no aid or supplies coming in anywhere now. How does the fat guy expect to back down from this trumped up emergency while saving face? Everyone has had it up to the neck with this dysfunctional family. The last thing SK wants is integration. The skill level is so low in the north, and the south is so technologically advanced that to integrate risks bringing down the economy and draining the coffers of the UN. They say they can only employ so many farmers and gardeners. Stuff needs to settle down and everyone stay where they are.

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Posted in: Japan will never stop whaling: minister See in context

A big thank you from the people of Australia and New Zealand to the Japanese people in calling your whaling ships home early this year. In doing so you have saved the lives of around 900 whales and for that we are truly grateful. We are pleased to be currently hosting a pilot scheme by several Fukushima rice farmers in the northern part of our country. I hear the crops are growing well and we look forward to your possibly expanding your land lease here to increase radiation free rice yield to send home. Why not approach our govt about leasing an area of clean water for fish farming. The salmon tonnage from farming here are huge, and you don't have to chase them around Antarctica. Regards, The Aussies.

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Posted in: Japan scrambles fighter jets to meet Chinese plane See in context

Islands would be a very good place to burn tsunami debris. No Chinese come then.

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Posted in: 7 services that don’t make sense to foreigners in Japan See in context

The sleep cafe is pretty funny..... My teddybear does all that stuff for nothing.

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Posted in: Don’t forget your towel - experiencing mixed public bathing for first time See in context

My shape is that of a sumo, so being naked provides for much hilarious laughter......until I bend way over to pick up the dropped towel and everyone squeals and runs for far places.

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Posted in: Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll: Australia's other boom See in context

We love our parties here in Australia. We all throw in and hire an empty factory or aircraft hangar, push the stupid planes out, hire some nice girls, a rock & roll band or two, a few beer tanker trucks and five cows on the barbie....advertise it on Facebook. Four day Party. thousands of new friends.....party on...Australian style.

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Posted in: Australia's legal challenge to Japan whaling moves closer See in context

Why do you think we buy Samsung in Australia these days instead of Sony, Sharp and Panasonic? Because we are voting with our CASH, over your ongoing stubborn, ignorant, ego driven slaughter of whales. There are millions of us lined up behind the likes of Sea Shepherd, providing finance and safe anchorage. Those Japanese companies are being driven into the ground by your determination to kill animals that we love. Enjoy your whale meat meal and then go join an unemployment line somewhere.

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Posted in: Cuteness overload in Japan See in context

It's all cutesy - pie and twinkle toes until someone eats the last cookie and its spank time.

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Posted in: Ishihara calls for nuclear-armed Japan See in context

Japan doesn't need nukes to deter china, just threaten to send barge full of bags of decontamination dirt. China shut up pretty quick.

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Posted in: Eating on trains: Survey asks 'How much is too much?' See in context

First time I visited Japan I wanted to act natural and be like a Japanese so I bought raw fish and ate it on the train. People did not like this and yell stuff I did not understand. Next thing, express train stop suddenly at tiny tiny station, no lights, no taxi, just one goat....and throw me off..... I stood for hours alone. Just me and fish. Maybe I should not have bought whole fish. Next, goat stole fish.

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Posted in: Activists begin annual campaign against Japanese whalers See in context

Block the whale killers sea shepherd....let them eat cake.

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Posted in: Man auctions himself on Yahoo! See in context

Y8000 is not bad if he could take my place in accompanying my wife to her mothers house for the day....although that may enter him into several of his red light areas such as permanently affecting his sexual orientation, entering into a potentially dangerous situation, staying for lunch may affect his physical health....and financing a shopping trip with those two may give rise to thoughts of robbing a bank in order to finance their retail pillaging.....so.....I would be prepared to pay a premium.

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Posted in: A month after download law, consumers spending less on music: survey See in context

The fines and threat of imprisonment are too scary for me. I used to download from iTunes but happens to me if they make some sort of mistake on my account history sometime in the future and say I didn't buy the album/s from them....then I'm a criminal who must have downloaded the music illegally right? ......Big companies are ALWAYS making mistakes because they are lax......I'm not about to trust my freedom and financial security to the nameless careless staff of some huge company....... The new law has stopped me from downloading ANY music at all, ever....I listen to the radio or sing....it's way safer.

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Posted in: Activists begin annual campaign against Japanese whalers See in context

Keep your hands off our whales. Go find your pet food somewhere else....people of the world.

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Posted in: Disney opens world's first store aimed at adult female fans See in context

pamelotNOV. 05, 2012 - 10:26AM JST

Will there be batteries included?

No. I went to buy some batteries yesterday.... When I got them home and opened the box.....'batteries not included.'

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Posted in: Squeezing into a capsule hotel room in Japan See in context

Get arrested for something...you get a bigger room and its free.

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Posted in: Nuclear Regulation Authority probes faultline beneath Oi plant See in context

Get rid of nuclear power. Put large delta shaped wings out at sea in an ocean current, with a cable attached to the ocean floor. Computer adjusts control surfaces to fly wing to the surface. Cable is paid out, spins on board generator, power is produced and lines carry it back to shore. Control surfaces are re adjusted and computer flies wing to the ocean floor. Cable is retracted, spins generator, produces more electricity. Wing can surface for maintenance ... Relocation etc. no radiation, no noise, no pollution. Put ten out there or five hundred.

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Posted in: Seniors sparking new demand at love hotels See in context

I just got over freaking out about my parents doing IT regularly....so these folk limp off to a love hotel and do it at SIXTY??....so that means my grandparents are doing it TOO??.....omg omg omg

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Posted in: Zookeepers hunt fugitive flamingo in Hokkaido See in context

You haven't been pampering Flighty flamingo have you? Because what if it migrates south and comes back next season to the zoo with 8679576 of its new best friends?

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Posted in: Arnold Schwarzenegger to reprise 'Conan' movie role See in context

He always told us he'd be buck.

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