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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Harisenbon » Tue 06.20.2006 1:49 am

buddhist weddings are very sombre events..


I should post the pictures of my wife and I doing our ninja poses outside of the temple where we had our Buddhist Wedding.

Nothing like the sight of someone in 白無垢 throwing a fireball. ;)
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby vixen » Tue 06.20.2006 3:27 am

B) A GranD ForuM WitH really nothing And GUYS...|||PLEESE MAKE A NOTE TAHT YOU SPELL THE WorD correcTlY PLEASE |||
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby keatonatron » Tue 06.20.2006 4:08 am

0keY \/\/e KAn d00 TheT iN teh granD phorum
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Reno » Tue 06.20.2006 4:30 am

omfg, vixen. 6 posts and already acting like an idiot, you´re supposed to do that when you hit 100 posts :p
Good luck with studying everybody and I hope one day I will be able to pick it back up.

Until then, a nice goodbye from me to you ;)
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Budomaru » Tue 06.20.2006 6:52 am

owned :P

do christians in japan do erstatz weddings too? not that i care really. but the part i like is that in japan mostly noone cares what you believe in, or if you believe in anything at all. *i think*
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby keatonatron » Tue 06.20.2006 7:54 am

Budomaru wrote:
but the part i like is that in japan mostly noone cares what you believe in, or if you believe in anything at all.


Because everyone is religious by cultural habit, while most people don't believe in a particular religion. Although many people don't believe in a religion, they can't ignore the fact that religion is actually very important to their society, and this makes it really hard to judge someone else based on their religion :p
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby two_heads_talking » Tue 06.20.2006 8:35 am

vixen wrote:
B) A GranD ForuM WitH really nothing And GUYS...|||PLEESE MAKE A NOTE TAHT YOU SPELL THE WorD correcTlY PLEASE |||


we cannot spell correctly as we can't read your un1337 post.. please go back to the beginning and read the posting etiquette as you have broken 5 rules with this post alone..

if you do not like our grand forum with really nothing, please feel free to march your happy backside right back out the forum door you entered.. thank you and goodday..
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Budomaru » Tue 06.20.2006 9:15 am

two_heads_talking wrote:
thank you and goodday..


use "kthxbai" so he can understand you :P
You know you've been hanging around a forum too long when people start quoting you and agreeing :P
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby two_heads_talking » Tue 06.20.2006 9:42 am

oh you mean... kkthnxbaibai1111
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Budomaru » Wed 06.21.2006 6:03 am

or kkthnxbaibai1111oneone!111eleven

which is grammatically correct
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby two_heads_talking » Wed 06.21.2006 8:43 am

you forgot a period so no,it is not correct..
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby Budomaru » Wed 06.21.2006 11:06 am

the kkthnxbaibai1111oneone!111eleven is perfectly correct

my forgetting a period is part of my post and irrelevant to the topic which is kkthnxbaibai1111oneone!111eleven

btw you placed 2 periods, which is wrong - either one or three. (there's my period :P)
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby AJBryant » Wed 06.21.2006 7:51 pm

My brain is *so* going to explode...

Tony

Oh....
do christians in japan do erstatz weddings too?


No, they do real Christian weddings, but their numbers are VERY small compared to the number who just go for the trappings of the classical "white wedding."

Tony
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RE: Marraige in Japan

Postby two_heads_talking » Thu 06.22.2006 9:10 am

you see budomaru, there is no right and wrong in 1337$|o34K... so, having said that. i would suggest that i win... and call it done.. since i did start ... kkthkxnoreply necessary..
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