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  1. KhorneliusPraxx is offline
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    I was in Okinawa during Kindergarten and the 1st grade. I have nothing to add to this discussion.
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    I flew over japan once. It was neato.

    My dad went there in 1982 and brought me back some wacky transformers. That **** was awesome.
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    **** you math class

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stick
    Also cool, second hand kimonos and happi coats. Trust me, it's not the same as hitting up salvation army here in the states, and you'll never want to pay full price for a new one.
    If you're hitting up the Salvation army for cheap or vintage clothes you're doing it wrong anyway. I'm the proud owner of a Borsalino hat bought at twenty bucks (Borsalino is a big **** hat company, much like hugo boss for suits) and a Junior Lieutenant dress uniform that happens to fit me perfectly, also twenty bucks.
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    Just waiting for the paperboy.

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    yes i mailed him and asked for the happi,i asked for a cool print though.
    he knows my taste luckily.
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    How's about random household items with Engrish scribbled on them from the 100 Yen shop?
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    Just waiting for the paperboy.

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    nee man,ik wil iets origineels,ik heb gevraagd om een happi met mooi design of iets van een poster op rijstpapier.
    Als dat tenminste heelhuids in Nederland aan komt...:-s
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    I had a hard time shopping for gifts for friends when I went, especially when they didn't know what they wanted. Seriously though, Japanese department stores are so diverse that I had trouble just finding 'anything' because there was too much of 'everything'.

    I know someone else said it, but I recommend looking into simple electronics, like headphones or small mp3 players, because they have some amazing stuff, and you can get away with only owing your friend $100 or so.

    Oh, and get him to bring back some Cucumber Pepsi.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geijhan
    How's about random household items with Engrish scribbled on them from the 100 Yen shop?
    I was thinking this as well. You can get (10) x odd things for about $10.
    [MMA] arguments do not exist, after all, for people to believe in them, rather they serve as a common, agreed-upon excuse. Foolish people who take them in earnest sooner or later discover inconsistencies in them, begin to protest and finish finally and infamously as heretics.
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    Just waiting for the paperboy.

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    cucumber pepsi..sick bastards...
    he usually brings me those prawn snacks...really really nice..
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    My guns bigger than Scrapper's!

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    Ask for a Haori also.
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    Just waiting for the paperboy.

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    wow,really nice man! Thanks for the tip!
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