The Next Person Game in English

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by becki_kanou » Sun 11.01.2009 11:31 pm

I'm a little bit lactose-intolerant, but other than that no food allergies.

The next person can name this Japanese actor. (He's my personal favorite.)
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Post by NileCat » Mon 11.02.2009 9:28 am

His name is 阿部サダヲ. He is a very good actor.
http://www.nipponcinema.com/tag/sadao_abe/


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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by becki_kanou » Tue 11.03.2009 12:14 am

I'm not a big fan. I usually only watch Ii-tomo and Nep-league and sometimes Hexagon and Go-kigen-you.

The next person knows a lot of trivia.
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
例え胸の傷が痛んでも。

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by NileCat » Tue 11.03.2009 3:55 pm

I think I did when I was young. Recently I find my memory has been deteriorating rapidly. :(



The next person has already watched THIS IS IT.

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by becki_kanou » Tue 11.03.2009 7:23 pm

I don't like Michael Jackson so I'll probably never watch it.

The next person knows how to do some kind of dance. (ballroom, samba, nihon buyo, whatever)
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
例え胸の傷が痛んでも。

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Post by astaroth » Thu 11.05.2009 6:41 pm

I'd like to learn and I think it's fun to know how to dance, but unfortunately I never took lesson.

The next person finished some kind of long-distance race.
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Post by chikara » Thu 11.05.2009 7:11 pm

astaroth wrote:.... The next person finished some kind of long-distance race.
I used to regularly run a 12Km annual race here but did not compete this year and am unlikely to ever again :(

I have also finished a number of long-distance sailing races however the longest one (630 nautical miles) I have competed in we failed to finish.

The next person lives in the Northern Hemisphere.
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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by tanuki » Thu 11.05.2009 11:22 pm

No... both of our toilettes flush in the same direction, chikara-san. :)

The next person hates the "alien face" smileys.
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Post by lonelytraveler8 » Thu 11.05.2009 11:35 pm

Nope. I actually kind of like them. :lol:

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by tōkai devotee » Fri 11.06.2009 4:57 am

Yes, I brush my teeth twice a day.


The next person is loves to travel and has been to at least 3 countries.

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by NileCat » Fri 11.06.2009 5:29 am

Yes. I've visited...let me think...14 countries. I hope the next country will be beautiful Australia.


The next person has seen an aurora.

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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by becki_kanou » Fri 11.06.2009 6:04 am

Only in photos unfortunately. I'd love to go to Sweden some day though, since that's where my family roots are.

The next person is Swedish.
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by tanuki » Fri 11.06.2009 11:56 am

No, but I really want to learn Swedish! Not really a "useful" language, but I absolutely love how it sounds and how it looks on paper. It sounds so soft, and melodic...

The next person wishes they had been born in Japan.
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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by becki_kanou » Fri 11.06.2009 7:51 pm

Nope. I love Japan, but I'm happy to have been born in the US and to have had the experience of living in both cultures.

The next person can use an abacus.
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
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Re: The Next Person Game in English

Post by NileCat » Fri 11.06.2009 8:12 pm

To be honest, when I was at school, it was compulsory to master it. I think I did. But now, I don't remember it at all.



The next person can type in on cell-phones very fast like greased lightning.
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