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post #136 of 215
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LOL

 

It's got a nice air con and 5.1 surround

 

 

That's my "center" channel

 

The kids need good sound for their listening tests;)

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LOL

 

It's got a nice air con and 5.1 surround

 

 

That's my "center" channel

 

The kids need good sound for their listening tests;)

yes they do lol, very nice lookin brother 

post #138 of 215
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LOL

 

From my FB account.

 

I have seen Foreigners with "Solid Refrigerator" in Kanji/Hiragana across their back in big font

Also saw "Meaningless words" in Kanji  on somebody's arm.

 

 

...man...lucky most folks back home have no clue what the stuff really means

post #139 of 215
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LOL

 

From my FB account.

 

I have seen Foreigners with "Solid Refrigerator" in Kanji/Hiragana across their back in big font

Also saw "Meaningless words" in Kanji  on somebody's arm.

 

 

...man...lucky most folks back home have no clue what the stuff really means

I had an old friend of mine who worked in Japan for about 4 years, apprently a buddy of his got somthing profane written across his back while getting his first tatoo over there lol 

post #140 of 215

One thing that sux about tattoos in Japan is that a lot of onsens, swimming pools, and gyms either decline entry or expect the tattoos to be patched up. I had to find a tattoo-friendly gym in Tokyo (which needless to say, is expensive). I've also been denied entry to clubs in Shibuya (or they expect me to buy a long sleeve shirt from them) whilst the bartenders working in there have tats! I was also asked to put on a long sleeved rash guard in a hotel swimming pool in Okinawa.

post #141 of 215
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They have public offices are registered and socially maginalized (maybe they should be outright illegal...)

Put them where you can see them, tag them then block them.

 

Like Child Pron in this country and the rules which allow possession but nothing else....how can you possess if you didn't break the law:blink:

Worst child protection laws of any G8 member besides Russia...maybe?

 

Anyway.

Lotta my friends and the like are going "stealth" now and skipping the body art as their long term financial prospects are greater without them.

 

Sorry bout the Onsen. :p

 

This place is wonderful and mindblowingly confusing at the same time 

post #142 of 215
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Waiting on the heat.....and then the shouts of "Shaved ice please!!":D

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Waiting on the heat.....and then the shouts of "Shaved ice please!!":D

you sire are a mad genuis! I live in SC and we just got into our first week of "broiler" 90 degrees 90% hummidity and I eat ice pops like a drug addict 

post #144 of 215
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Yeah, we got rainy season bearing down right now but the broiler is coming after that.

Wet us and roast us:mad:

 

The Shaved Ice is going to be a sought after attraction.....after English....everybody loves the English:rolleyes:

 

And right after a kids post we segway into a related topic :D

 

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CURRY yummy, relveant in that it's curry and your thread is about your time in Japan, so post us some pics of your home town curries! 


Edited by Mshenay - 6/3/14 at 7:37pm
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CURRY yummy, relveant in that it's curry and your thread is about your time in Japan, so post us some pics of your home town curries! 

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post #147 of 215
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That looks good, I've always wondered, but Japanese curry looks espically western, a thick brown sauce, lot's of beef...

 

I wonder how it tastes? 

post #148 of 215
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This is "Typical" Japanese curry...not the same as Indian curry 

 

 

 

This is pork Katsu curry....my fave 

 

 

This is Beef curry at a truck stop....very very big and awesome.

 

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This is "Typical" Japanese curry...not the same as Indian curry 

 

 

 

This is pork Katsu curry....my fave 

 

 

This is Beef curry at a truck stop....very very big and awesome.

 

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Oh I know it's different, Indian Curry is... a thousand things really, at the very least Thai curries have a basic touch, or a sense to them, a flavor profile of some kind that fits each one, 

 

non the less how are they? They look very earthy, sauces look thick, I don't get "spicy" from those at all, it very MUCH reminds me of American Beef Stew, it's served with a thick borwn sauce and white rice... feels strangly american, the pork curry not so much 

post #150 of 215

I like Japanese curry, its got a sweeter taste to it than Indian curry.

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