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Posted in: Man held for cutting woman's pants with scissors on train See in context

Uhhhh, such a pervert! Were these trousers “ signed” by Gucci?

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Posted in: SAS offers super sale to Scandinavia See in context

well, even with taxes both way ticket for 79,000.00 yen is a very good deal, imho. i really like sas,Copenhagen airport is really user friendly and they are always on time

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Posted in: What date spots do you really hate? See in context

METinTokyo: LOL))) you're right))i just dont like walking on high heels, so me personally would ban any amusement park)) instead of designer shop would propose car shop or real estate)) it sounds more romantic))

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Posted in: What date spots do you really hate? See in context

Guys, what do you mean about amusement park? Don’t forget that parks are not good for those girls who are wearing high heels ( 90 pct of all J.ladies), it can be crowded as well, so you can not really have an intimate atmosphere. No, I would ban amusement park for a first date

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Posted in: What date spots do you really hate? See in context

day time: coffee shop for chat evening time: bar with jazz music ) ps: never dated in gucci shop, would dior be ok too?)))

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Posted in: Poverty grows among Japan's young adults See in context

Tmarie: agreed with you, but what is surprising even those who can speak languages and have skills, don’t want to leave their country.

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Posted in: Poverty grows among Japan's young adults See in context

Very interesting topic, thanks for your posts guys. Imho educational system in Japan is exaggerated. I mean- they don’t have really “ professional “ education like in many western countries. Once I went to do a pedicure in Osaka. Girl, who was doing this treatment, did study French literature and history at university and she was sitting there, in spa, cutting nails. I mean- what a waste of time, money and place. I was really shocked

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Posted in: Not Lost in Translation @ Swissôtel Nankai Osaka See in context

i love Takashimaya, and Swissotel is really very nice, great bar upstairs

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Posted in: Walk this way See in context

really sugoi)) this picture and an advertisement

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Posted in: Harajuku style See in context

kawaii))) i love 2nd from left and 2nd from right)) cute))

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Posted in: Air France begins A380 Flights between Paris and Tokyo See in context

i dont see any problem in Narita, but in Paris. I try to avoid CDG by all means: or they are on strikes, or they will loose your luggage, or it will be something else what will go wrong))

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Posted in: Life's good for Julia Roberts See in context

she is talented actress, but i never find her pretty or good looking. of course, she has certain charme.

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Posted in: New-look Kumi Koda See in context

i like her look) but true, here she looks older

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Posted in: Zombies' night out See in context

Mila and Ali are gorgeous, Mika looks like she went there by mistake )

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Posted in: 'Australia's Next Top Model' hopeful drops in on Tokyo See in context

she is very beautiful, but this is terrible hair style, typical japanese...

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Posted in: Bride pride See in context

very nice dress, she looks so beautiful)) but quality of photo could be better

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Posted in: Ice bar See in context

ice, ice baby))) cool place, would love to go there))) love ice and snow)))

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Posted in: Alpine wedding See in context

seawolf: guy on the back is dressed in typical swiss outfit for grindenwald, not necessary the cow- handler)

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Posted in: Alpine wedding See in context

look really very nice, and Grindenwald is one of my favourite place here, in swiss

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

Imho- solely finance control executed by spouses looks to me as feudal system, when women didn’t have the right and possibility to have other source of income then their husbands’ . imho now days women don’t need to rip off men in order to protect themselves financially

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Posted in: Nick and Mick See in context

I love Nicolas Cage, he is sooo handsome, thanks JT)))

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

I don’t know, I do still it is wrong to treat your partner as a child: you get 10 dollars because you were good at school, you get 50 because I really love you. I mean, of course this situation is quite complicated when a wife is a housewife and has not got any other income then this one from her husband. Personally I would not respect a man who will ask me to provide him a monthly allowance

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

jonswon4 quote don't go near women like that! If one of her hobbies is shopping, walk away....unquote Lol, but there is a difference between a woman who can and able to afford for herself high standard of life and this one who has to use a man as ATM source of her existence.

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

Caffeinebuzz: oh funny))) but this is typical situation in Japan, they assume de- facto that gaijiin are not able to speak/ understand Japanese, and it is exactly in these moments you can learn lot of interesting things) Cleo: I understand your points, I still do not see why is it solely wife’s decision to manage family finance // budget? Or you want to tell that women are better in maths?)

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

Cleo: almost agreed, but I always consider family budget should be decided by both side. From what I see in japanese traditional case- man is working like a lamb, bringing his money to a woman who solely take a decision how much this man deserves to spend for lunch, beer etc. my questions are following:

do these men can not make a budget by definition by themselves isn’t it possible to take decisions together Does this mean that wife staying in house has high degree in economy science that she is taking decision only and solely?

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

cleo:Ok, taking care of house, is it a big job? Sorry but to me it is same if I will give money to my cleaning lady asking her to give me monthly budget. Of course, I do understand that a normal house wife has her duties etc. but honestly, it is not a very difficult job now days or it is?

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

Fully agreed with mrskit. I don’t simply get it: why do they act like lambs? What is a point to work so hard and then to give your money to someone who doesn’t do anything, and by the end this person will decide how much you can spend for yourself for your earned money? Are they not able to make a budget themselves?

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Posted in: What do you think of the word "hafu," the Japanese term used to describe anyone who is half-Japanese? See in context

I am ok being hafu, got used already after so many years :) when Japanese are asking me if I am hafu and I answer – yes, half Korean, they look so lost in their thoughts:)

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Posted in: A sight for saur eyes See in context

so cute big dog:) why they dont exist any more? :(

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Posted in: Bride Beni See in context

funny dress, but isn't Beni a male name?

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