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post #16 of 200
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They have pink dolphins, too.

And, don't forget to make noise when slurping on a Japanese noodle, even if the serving size is far too small to provide adequate sustenance.

summer in Nihon
noodles of Niigata
too small for slurping?
post #17 of 200
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summer in Nihon noodles of Niigata too small for slurping?
そばかうどん トモキかカズト 足りないかな。 Anyway, isn't there some sort of deadly rivalry between Kansai gaijin and Hokuriku gaijin? Although, I'm sure there is some confusion with handsignals as it is difficult to form "gata" (潟) with just ten fingers.
post #18 of 200
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We have a lot of gaijin here on SF...figured we need a home to discuss this gaijin life. Kobe/Osaka reprazent!
Will be in Tokyo in a week. I'll do my best to contribute to the Gaijin life.
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Gas Panic reprazent!!! lul.z.
It figures you know that joint
post #19 of 200
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Originally Posted by Alter View Post
summer in Nihon
noodles of Niigata
too small for slurping?


.. yes, but "small & hard like a diamond".













apparently






















BTW, Tokyo. Central.
post #20 of 200
You know Rach is out of the country when he posts after 9
post #21 of 200
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そばかうどん
トモキかカズト
足りないかな。

Anyway, isn't there some sort of deadly rivalry between Kansai gaijin and Hokuriku gaijin? Although, I'm sure there is some confusion with handsignals as it is difficult to form "gata" (潟) with just ten fingers.

Gaijin please. You don't expect me to care about such country bumpkins.
post #22 of 200
But hokuriku has Japanese beauty! Or do they not have those ads in Kansai. By the way I'm posting from ここ壱番屋。<3
post #23 of 200
Understand that? Gaijin? This isn't your scene. That word you called me, gaijin or something or other, what does that mean exactly? Means, turn around, keep walking.
post #24 of 200
Gyopo please.
post #25 of 200
do i count?
post #26 of 200
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Originally Posted by dibadiba View Post
Understand that?
Gaijin?
This isn't your scene.

That word you called me,
gaijin or something or other,
what does that mean
exactly?

Means, turn around,
keep walking.

Got a friend named Han. Says he'll give you the red Evo if you drift against the yakuza. Don't mess up the the body kit in a bad drift, that is Han's custom work and his work is not cheap. When you're drifting in Harajuku with a half tank of Nos, don't be granny shiftin or we'll know you ain't double clutchin like ya should.
post #27 of 200
tokyo drift is on in the background right now playing with korean subtitles that I can't read fast enough.
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tokyo drift is on in the background right now playing with korean subtitles that I can't read fast enough.

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post #29 of 200
^ that is just a fictitious exaggeration of our world. The real thing is 1000% more intense. We gaijin have to drift against enemy yakuzi everyday in our Veilside S15 silvias, race from Yokohama to Sheeboya for pink slips, got our own underground drifter-friendly ramen shops where Ken and Gen make the best tonkotsu you ever had and outsiders aren't allowed, and we sip saki with the yamaguchi -gumi senseis at night in shinjuki, at the best cabarets. We get sushi and saki in the mornings at sukaji market and party til the sun rises in the rising sun.
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do i count?

You count.
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