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At 11/27/11 06:17 PM, MrMeD wrote:At 11/27/11 06:06 PM, Grubby wrote: I'm not into anime/magna, and Jpop in contrast...Oh phew, I was just about to call you a weaboo.
Anyway, it may seem good on the outside, but some places in Japan really aren't that great.
He's Korean, not white.
I love Japanese food and there's a lot of great Japanese animation and movies. And their mythology is fascinating, but then again, pretty much all mythology is fascinating. Japan wouldn't be my first choice of place to visit, though it would be cool to go there. I heard a lot of them are extremely prejudiced, but then, that in itself is kind of a prejudiced statement. That's not the reason, but it sure doesn't help. There are several European countries that seem more interesting to me.
Anyway, Tokyo looks like a very pretty city. If I went to Japan, I'd want to go to Akihabara, which is full of video game related stuff, and Aokigahara, which is a creepy forest full of people who've committed suicide for some reason. That might make me seem weird for being interested, but whatever. It even has signs discouraging people from killing themselves. People often go there to loot the bodies. There are skulls and bones that are tinted green from lying there. It also happens to be near Mt. Fuji.
At 11/27/11 06:08 PM, The-Lonely-Island wrote: I honestly never had Japanese food.
You're missing out, dude. unagi, saba, kani, various types of makizushi, all kinds of awesomely cooked fish, miso soup, etc.
ive been to Japan. its a very nice country, and all the people are so nice!
all the products and toys are really cool too
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At 11/27/11 09:29 PM, Zippy-MyMusic wrote: I like Japanese culture and customs....but their porn scares me.
...same here......sick bastards.
At 11/27/11 10:51 PM, daethdrain wrote: i'd visit japan if it was a mile off shore from newyork, and if they spoke english, and if they had larger breasts.
otherwise it's too much of a hassle for me for some place i don't really want to visit.
Many more than expected do speak a lick of English, but only really in city areas. The only time you'll see it anywhere else is if a store owner is excited to see an English speaker, and uses his broken English to impress you into buying something. You'll have to look for the Brazilian-Japanese types of girls to find wide hips / big breasts
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At 11/27/11 11:09 PM, daethdrain wrote: actually you know what? i wouldnt want to visit japan if i was given the opportunity, the cities seem like they would stress me out, and the small villages probably have some geisha ghost that will kill we with her tiny blade breasts.
You dont want to go here?
At 11/27/11 11:04 PM, daethdrain wrote: i'm also trying to wrap my head around the brazilaian jap mix... what are you talking about. you mean like the women in tokyo drift?
you'll have to read up on the history of Brazil and Japan, good place is to start on Wikipedia for TL;DR versions. Essentially, since the early 1900s, Brazil is the #1 place of Japanese aggregation outside Japan-many of the kids end up returning to their country of ethnicity for schooling. Japan as well has a great number of Brazilians, though I don't think it nearly truncates over half a million people quite yet. Japanese kids with a little Brazilian in them look pretty different from their expected lankiness, instead appearing with wider bodily features (female) / more hair on their faces (men)
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At 11/27/11 07:39 PM, EmmaVolt wrote:At 11/27/11 06:19 PM, J-Rex wrote: Japan and their 285 people military sucks.Why would you need more than about 300 of these?
More protection. Japan couldn't get em' because they cost to much. The price for an Armored core has tripled you know!
At 11/27/11 11:52 PM, Addict wrote: in short, bad.
There isn't a bad first world country. It's entirely subjective. You decide the best first world country for yourself.
At 11/27/11 07:27 PM, liljim wrote: One of the girls in the year below me at University had the first name "Siobhann" (hope I'm spelling that correctly). I got mocked endlessly on mis-pronouncing her name when reading it out from a list of people (I was tutoring a class she was in). C-o-barnnnnnn...
Oh Jim, soooooo mean of you! Co-barnnnnnn haha, Can you pronounce Tadhg?
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I've been once, and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it. We went to Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo, and Kyoto. I really loved the food and they have these vending machines everywhere that serve both cold and warm beverages.
Yeah, they produce so much animation and video games, it kind of makes me wonder why they never seem to have an appreciation for live-action stuff. I would love to see an anime re-endition of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"! Imagine all the anime dudes who would have cameos and interact with the real world. We already had something like that for our country, every main animation studio should do something like that!
You know the world's gone crazy when the best rapper's a white guy and the best golfer's a black guy - Chris Rock
Here's how it apparently is: a decent place to visit in the right places, but a fucking miserable and culturally repressive place to live in if you, you know, actually live there.
I knew quite a few Japanese dorm students at my old high school, and I still remember the odd horror story about Japan, or how America/California felt so good with nobody giving a shit about what you were doing.
Why the fuck did I like these forums again
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When you go to japan, piss on tokugawas grave if you can, that fucker is an arse on age of empires 3 and a wanker on shogun 2.
Death cures a fool so fucking kill me already
At 11/27/11 07:04 PM, liljim wrote:At 11/27/11 07:02 PM, Lunaful wrote:Doesn't that usually work out as something like, "Feck the feckity feckin' English feck feck... Potato!" ?
Irish to English was always hilarious.
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