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    Those poor little Japanese women, having to soap down big gorilla like Americans.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    These places are lame, I need to know where to get Viagra and where the whorehouses are.
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  3. thank god you told us.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by GohanX View Post
    These places are lame, I need to know where to get Viagra and where the whorehouses are.
    I mean, I can direct you to one near Akihabara with... a special kind of girls.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Fe 26 View Post
    big gorilla like Americans.
    It's amazing what the lack of just one hyphen can do.
    Last edited by Dolemite; 20 Sep 2017 at 08:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mollipen View Post
    a special kind of girls.
    yeah...special

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  7. If it's your first trip, I'm not sure there's a lot of value in going to another city outside Tokyo - Tokyo itself is huge and extremely varied, and you're not going to see more than a fraction of what the city has to offer in seven days. There are a ton of side trips you can take out of town - Mount Takao is a good one; Hakone is great for hot springs and exploring the countryside; Nikko has stunning scenery and ancient temples; Kawaguchiko has roller-coasters, hikes and brilliant views of Fuji; Kawagoe is a quaint little town which retains its old buildings and layout - all of these are within an hour or two of Tokyo. Do a couple of those instead of going to another city and you'll save quite a lot of money on the rail pass.
    If you really insist on going to another city, don't bother with Osaka (it's got a distinct culture from Tokyo but not distinct enough that you'll notice in a two-day whirlwind visit; physically, it's just mini-Tokyo). Try Kyoto (smaller, surrounded by mountains, great temples etc., but crammed with tourists at all times) or, for something a little off the beaten track, Kanazawa (recently linked to Tokyo by bullet train, much more chilled out than Kyoto but with lots of beautiful buildings and scenery).

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Maybe she'll meet Bill Murray and fall in love.
    Did she?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by alangrin View Post
    If it's your first trip, I'm not sure there's a lot of value in going to another city outside Tokyo - Tokyo itself is huge and extremely varied, and you're not going to see more than a fraction of what the city has to offer in seven days. There are a ton of side trips you can take out of town - Mount Takao is a good one; Hakone is great for hot springs and exploring the countryside; Nikko has stunning scenery and ancient temples; Kawaguchiko has roller-coasters, hikes and brilliant views of Fuji; Kawagoe is a quaint little town which retains its old buildings and layout - all of these are within an hour or two of Tokyo. Do a couple of those instead of going to another city and you'll save quite a lot of money on the rail pass.
    If you really insist on going to another city, don't bother with Osaka (it's got a distinct culture from Tokyo but not distinct enough that you'll notice in a two-day whirlwind visit; physically, it's just mini-Tokyo). Try Kyoto (smaller, surrounded by mountains, great temples etc., but crammed with tourists at all times) or, for something a little off the beaten track, Kanazawa (recently linked to Tokyo by bullet train, much more chilled out than Kyoto but with lots of beautiful buildings and scenery).
    Shut up, weeb.
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