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post #16 of 199

I am planning a honeymoon so dudes with tats isnt exactly on my mind:tongue:

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LOL

 I get it.

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He would not be wearing the stocking but the panty on his head.....no promises....best go the regular honeymoon route:D

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Having some fun with the locals.

 

They love me over here ;)

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Yoyogi park

 

Almost nobody payed attention to him. That's good and bad.

 

The Japanese have an almighty word called "Shoganai".....I sometimes think that's a bad thing

post #20 of 199

Happy hour at Gas Panic in Roppongi.

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Happy hour at Gas Panic in Roppongi.

A Club named after the sarin gas attacks...

 

10% of the folks last time I went were clearly plain clothes detectives. That is the place to get fake drugs,real,drugs and everything else.

 

That Nazi dude.

 

He seems to forget or ignore in Hitlers ideal aryanism world he would be (guy in pic)  a forced laborer or exterminated because his blood would pollute the aryan blood line.

Kinda like a black dude dressing up in KKK garb.

He looks like his stuff is in order and everything was ironed and starched just right but he still looks like a fool.

post #22 of 199
A Japanese Nazi is well.... weird.
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A Japanese Nazi is well.... weird.

 

 

An Elementary Schoolgirl with a train runnin through her legs kinda trumps it:(

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Monthly "Top 10"

 

They got about a 1 in 12 chance of getting on the list. I put the trend arrows on for to remind them if they are rising or falling.

Place it in the entrance.....little pressure goes a long way.

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Big boy getting the beads!!

 

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Happy B-day to my closest J-friend....(on the phone on far right)

 

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post #26 of 199

Those are some amazing classic Chevy cars! 

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That seriously looks like a lot of fun. Looks like it's Japan for me.
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Those are some amazing classic Chevy cars! 

 

My best friends girlfriends car...

 

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The leader car....insane

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at my BBQ

 

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They have some of the nicest Chevy's I have ever seen,,,,,even in America

post #29 of 199

Love Japan, went to Tokyo twice last year. Once for Summer Sonic and the second time was for Loud Park. Will be going to Osaka tomorrow and am really looking forward to it even though I've never been there.

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Thats out-Americaning Americans. Seriously impressive metal there.

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