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Posted in: Bunny girl See in context

Everyday is Halloween here, isn't it great.

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Posted in: Ai Haruna, Angelica Michibata solve Shibuya mysteries See in context

Nove@

you find cute animated characters everywhere on dresses, t-shirts, handbags etc. And this is not limited to children, adults and teenagers who enjoy this aesthetic as well.

LOL, Mickey Mouse was born around 1928 (in the USA) and can still be found across the USA on young and old. Think about it and I'm sure you'll think of dozens more cute animated characters found across the USA on ... YOU NAME IT

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Posted in: Palin kick-starts bus tour on back of motorcycle See in context

yabits@

A special salute goes out on Memorial Day

believe I said the same thing

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

Zenny@ fair enough and I salute you, truly

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

zenny@

sorry I am not an american hence I don't know that reference

lots of things you will not understand in the world, whether American, British or Japanese, and so on .... so no need to say sorry. I don't apologize for my ignorance! My point is simple--if you have a child, raise it, don't talk about the extra work involved. I believe everyone here knows mother (and yes for some for some us, father and even older siblings) put in extra time to help us along in this world.

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Posted in: Palin kick-starts bus tour on back of motorcycle See in context

yabits@

entered the Republican convention that year with a motorcycle

Reminds me of loser John Kerry riding a Harley on the stage of the Jay Leno show. Didn't get him much either, did it!!? Salute, nonetheless, to the brave souls who did their time (and a major salute for those who gave their lives) in duty for their country.

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

add kids in and it goes on for longer

Kids! That was your (this "your" (hopefully) should be plural) choice. In fact your "it" should go on for a lifetime since (again, plural) you chose kids. Hope you are not one of those bleeding heart liberals who profess that it takes a "village to raise a child."

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

yasukuni@

It doesn't take all day to do the housework

Don't tell anyone, but I'm gonna let dinner simmer a bit, pop out and drop the 'spent' wine bottle in the trash, pick up a new bottle of wine and hope she doesn't notice if I must change brands, uncork it and pour the first glass for me before she gets home, and shout "okarinasai" when I hear the door and the "tadai..." . Hope she doesn't notice I secretely put the spent bottle "properly" in the trash and opened a "new" one. I'm lovin' it!! She'll b@@ch--I'm sorry, complain--like h@@l about drinking (and to think I do it at home--if she discovers the replaced/changed bottle, but I hope she'll thank me for making dinner. Nice having some free time to stop at the trash for empties and return to Sakaya-san for replenishment. I'll even have the bath ready. My heart of hearts hopes she works over a half hour or so so I can get another glass ahead of head. I'll never complain about my NEET system.

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Posted in: Beer is served See in context

love my foam ... in the bathtub.

too much info here. You'll have folks foaming at the mouth.

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Posted in: Emi Takei draped in Y60 mil worth of jewelry See in context

hinted at the possibility of marriage in the near future

do it while you can, he's already 60

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

cleo writes, "what concern is it of yours to 'accept' or not accept what 'these people' (total strangers) do in their own _____ " (fill in the blank, and yes, can't argue with that: words to live by.

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Posted in: Heavy load See in context

Only Japanese could probably do this

LOL

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Posted in: A new era for universities See in context

is a professor of International Marketing and Business at Georgetown University and the University of Birmingham in the UK.

That sure sounds like a tough commute.

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Posted in: Heartbroken Kobe man stabs ex-girlfriend, three policemen See in context

peacewarrior@

What do they say again about not bringing a knife to a gunfight?

That sure seems a stretch. He didn't bring a knife to a gun fight: three guns showed up soon after a stabbing--the victim called the police, and we know the outcome there: knife two, guns zero. One must go to a firing range if one wants to hear a police gun going off in this society, unless, Godforbid, a bad guy gets hold of the "legal" firearm or worse yet it is left at a toilet in a convenience store. A cop with a gun here is as threatening as a fake surveillance camera.

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Posted in: $6.1 mil awarded to Tennessee man in Japan child custody battle See in context

a pin-up boy

so far I believe I've seen this "pin up" comment only here in JT to which you responded he is not. Have you seen it elsewhere? You shouldn't let JT get up your nose as it is truly a small community.

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Posted in: $6.1 mil awarded to Tennessee man in Japan child custody battle See in context

a very far cry from Chris Savoie's bragging that his kids

Was he bragging? I must have missed that part.

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Posted in: Japanese-American singer SHANTI making sound waves See in context

my half daughter

what's a half daughter? I've heard of a half brother or half sister but half daughter is new to me.

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Posted in: $6.1 mil awarded to Tennessee man in Japan child custody battle See in context

His 'rights' count for nothing.

Ouch!

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Posted in: Quake-hit areas stuck with huge amount of unwanted donated items See in context

brotherman@

just money:

yep exactly what I did. Don't know whose pocket it ends up lining but certainly know it is wanted and needed. Nonetheless, cheers for those who donated even unwanted items as it is the thought that counts

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Posted in: If you could meet U.S. President Barack Obama while he is in Japan this week, but only had time for one question, what would you ask him? See in context

I'd ask him if we could meet at a better opportune time because I have more questions.

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Posted in: Happy birthday See in context

cute or weird, the AFLAC "Duck items sold in the country benefit the Aflac Parents House, a residential facility for families of critically ill children in Tokyo" operating a house for families seems like a pretty serious operation.

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