Quote:Originally Posted by Guus The women posted in this thread are nice but I'm a realist.
Perp yourselves. It's coming.
Shit, its depressing living in the Northeast of America.
Then again, it's not all bad.
Here you go, stay at the Y. It's better than the W. And it's next door to Hong Kong's legendary Peninsula Hotel, a shell of its former self once the Daimlers were replaced by Rolls Royces - airport pickup has never been as grand.
Quote:Originally Posted by erictheobscure
My parents have some friends who've lived here for a long time but still seem actually to suffer if they eat a non-Korean meal or two.
A day w/o kimchi is like a day w/o sunshine.
Quote:Originally Posted by b1os Is there something concerning Korea I'm not aware of due to my young age? E.g. shallots could be easily imported from Thailand or so. Limes too. Bananas. Other fruits.
Oh to be young and sensible. ...
Quote:Originally Posted by steezin
I intend to travel for at least 4 months.
After flights to anywhere, i will have about $4000-5000 to spend.
Where would you go (open to suggestions) and why?
Obviously you have to work within...
Quote:Originally Posted by impolyt_one That Missoni Target jumpoff looks like something my grandma would like.
Baggy flowered pants, knock-off LV purse, a giant visor topped by a pink hand towel, and a scowl? All of this greatness...
Many have recommended that you not buy a new car, and I echo that.
This is what Consumer Reports of April 2011 says are the best used cars between $18 and 20k:
Acura MDX '06; TL '06; TSX '07
Audi A4 (4-cyl.) '07
BMW X3 '06
Quote:Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey One thing: double-breasted with chalk stripe - Nooooo! Yeeeeeeessssss!.
Fixed it for ya!
The chalk stripe and double-breasted suit are made for each other. Take a look at the first,...