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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Kagemaru » Sun 04.01.2007 6:46 pm

lastlife wrote:
Oh... my friend said Japanese condoms are too big for him.


Is your friend 5 years old?
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Harisenbon » Sun 04.01.2007 8:17 pm

Kagemaru wrote:
lastlife wrote:
Oh... my friend said Japanese condoms are too big for him.


Is your friend 5 years old?


I was thinking the same thing..

I'm sure that "big" was a typo. It *has* to be a typo. There's no way in hell it's NOT a typo...

They do have a magnum-sized brand (I think they're called "black" :/ ) but they cost about 2-3 times as much as normal condoms.
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Oracle » Sun 04.01.2007 8:36 pm

Harisenbon wrote:
Kagemaru wrote:
lastlife wrote:
Oh... my friend said Japanese condoms are too big for him.


Is your friend 5 years old?


I was thinking the same thing..

I'm sure that "big" was a typo. It *has* to be a typo. There's no way in hell it's NOT a typo...


..and if it's not a typo, it's certainly nothing to boast about!
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby tanuki » Sun 04.01.2007 8:39 pm

Harisenbon wrote:
Kagemaru wrote:
lastlife wrote:
Oh... my friend said Japanese condoms are too big for him.


Is your friend 5 years old?


I was thinking the same thing..

I'm sure that "big" was a typo. It *has* to be a typo. There's no way in hell it's NOT a typo...


This is the funniest thing I've read today. :D
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Seapony » Sun 04.01.2007 8:56 pm

I knew this would lead to about five good punchlines.

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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Strawberry_Juice » Sun 04.01.2007 9:08 pm

Comfortable shoes. Yes.

Harisenbon wrote:
They do have a magnum-sized brand (I think they're called "black" :/ ) but they cost about 2-3 times as much as normal condoms.

These? :p
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby lastlife » Sun 04.01.2007 9:25 pm

We are brack people.

Brack people use these condoms, don't they?
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby flammable hippo » Sun 04.01.2007 9:27 pm

Don't you just love Engrish?
Two muffins were baking in an oven. One turns to the other and says "sure is hot in here." The other replies "AH TALKING MUFFIN!"

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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Strawberry_Juice » Sun 04.01.2007 9:49 pm

"PIECE!"
Makes me all warm and fuzzy inside.
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Infidel » Sun 04.01.2007 10:31 pm

That was so funny.
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Hatori » Mon 04.02.2007 10:52 pm

Uhmm.... wouldn't you want/need condoms, unless you REALLY don't want one, anytime??
STOP TALKING ABOUT THEM! lol. We're talking about OTHER things you need. :p :D ;) I already have to suffer in Health Class with our teacher talking about sick stuff. :o :p
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Harisenbon » Tue 04.03.2007 12:05 am

'Tis best to always Be Prepared
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby carlanox » Tue 04.03.2007 1:12 am

what is PASMO????
Is the chily served in Japan hot enough? Do I need to bring my own chily?
How bout the food? how the ramen taste will be different?? Do I need to bring cup noodle?
Can a person pass JLPT lv could survive (as a tourist) over there? Do I need to bring my thick dictionary?
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby chikara » Tue 04.03.2007 2:38 am

carlanox wrote:
what is PASMO????

PASMO

Is the chily served in Japan hot enough? Do I need to bring my own chily?

Hot enough for what? What do you mean by "chili"? I found that most spicy dishes are not hot enough for my taste so I usually add some additional spice such as shichimi togarashi or similar that many restaurants have on the table.

How bout the food? how the ramen taste will be different?? Do I need to bring cup noodle?

You can buy cup noodles in most convenience stores.

Can a person pass JLPT lv could survive (as a tourist) over there? Do I need to bring my thick dictionary?

Yes. No.
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RE: You always need ____ in Japan.

Postby Shirasagi » Tue 04.03.2007 4:46 pm

carlanox wrote:
Is the chily served in Japan hot enough? Do I need to bring my own chily?

Good luck finding anything that can properly be called chili. Forget chili. Go into a CoCo Ichibanya curry house and order a plate of curry-rice at #2 spiciness. That will be more than spicy enough, I'm sure, and if not there are six more levels.

How bout the food? how the ramen taste will be different?? Do I need to bring cup noodle?

Cup noodle in Japan tastes like cup noodle anywhere else. And the all taste quite different from an actual bowl of ramen that you get in a rament shop.
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