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Gaijin, prease!

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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!
 

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Gas Panic reprazent!!! lul.z.
 

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Originally Posted by MetroStyles
Gas Panic reprazent!!! lul.z.

Transient gaijin are welcome. If you have ever heard the phrase "Ohashi ga jouzu, ne." then you can join this club.
 

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson
I've heard it now!
Gaijin please, u wouldn't know a makudonarudo from a kfc on xmas eve bitch. Git on out.
 

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Originally Posted by MetroStyles
Gaijin please, u wouldn't know a makudonarudo from a kfc on xmas eve bitch. Git on out.

Doesn't that make me more gaijin than you, since I'd be more of an dipshit/tourist/outsider?
Suck on that shit motherfucker.
 

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Originally Posted by MetroStyles
Gaijin please, u wouldn't know a makudonarudo from a kfc on xmas eve bitch. Git on out.

Originally Posted by kwilkinson
Doesn't that make me more gaijin than you, since I'd be more of an dipshit/tourist/outsider?
Suck on that shit motherfucker.


Gaijin please. The dipshit does have a point.
 

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can you guys ship me some pokemon?
 

acidboy

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are non-Japanese azns considered gaijin too? not that I've been in Japan... yet.
 

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Wat about Dolphins? Japan haz Dolphins, they are people too.
 

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Originally Posted by acidboy
are non-Japanese azns considered gaijin too? not that I've been in Japan... yet.

Yes, non-Japanese Asians are considered as gaijin. You use chopsticks well so welcome to the club.

Originally Posted by ama
Wat about Dolphins? Japan haz Dolphins, they are people too.

Some of them are Japanese dolphins, they are people. The non-Japanese dolphins are eaten.
 

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I've pretty much been the only gaijin when I've gone places this trip. I like offering a little exotic flair.
 

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Tokyo/Chiba represent~ 外人なんだけど、日本語分かるって言う訳でもないだろう? Clearly I need help on my Japanese.
 

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Originally Posted by ama
Wat about Dolphins? Japan haz Dolphins, they are people too.
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.
 

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