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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by test84, Jan 30, 2008.
*does not understand title to thread*
*HAR HAR HAR*
Looks kind of like a Russian game store/kiosk.
Except in Russia they don't have anything genuine/first party 99% of the time
Yeah I've seen most of that stuff for sale at Village Vanguard and places like that (though VV looks cooler than whatever place this was taken at). My brother actually bought one of the 8-bit Mario stands the last time he visited me in Osaka.
You can probably buy this stuff online test, no reason to get testy (pun intended yo).
Argos have been selling the smiley-nodding-head dudes on the left for years; gave one to my sister when she went away to uni. They're called Sunshine Buddies, they have a solar panel on them so turn it on and they nod forever!
ahh, sunshine buddies is their name?
I've been buying them as gifts for people for a while now... I even saw some Doraemon ones in a stationary shop the other day.
Kikuchiyo, I can assure you that you have no idea what my country is all about.
we dont have money transaction with other countries ..., guess the rest.
and its not just about toys, its about their fuckin life thats killing me.
and thrashing your dreams that you will never make there since you are shit and they have enough shit.
Useless crap? In my Japan?
Its more likely than you think.
Go find a knife that has some form of Japanese engraved on it and cut yourself with it please
Thats a good idea, do it test.
DON'T do it.
Well, as a person of the world with some experience living in Muslim countries, I would argue I do.
Anyway, jeez, man, calm down. Crank up the emo much? You're mad at Japan because you want to go there? You need to grow up and realize that if you want to come to Japan, you have plenty of opportunity to do so. The Iranian population is huge and the most famous baseball player right now (now that Ichiro and Hideki are in the states) is half-Iranian, Yu Darvish. I am sure there are jobs for Farsi speakers in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kobe, and I know there are for English speakers all over the country.
Let me give you some good, but perhaps unpalatable advice; you want to come here? Do it. It's not that hard. I don't know how old you are, though given the tenor of your posts, you don't seem very mature. But if you're over 18 you can come here and teach English or find some job that utilizes Farsi. My folks moved from a third world nation to the U.S. when they were 24 and 18. If you want your life to change, YOU have to change it. It's not my fault or anyone in this country's that you're where you are. I believe you have copies of the two best introductory Japanese textbooks I know of. Instead of frothing at the mouth use them to learn Japanese, not that you need it to get an English job.
If you're old enough, check out gaijinpot or other sites and look for work.
And I assume you've just got your pronouns mixed up, but I would hardly consider myself shit.
Anyway, I'm tempted to drive down to Village Vanguard tomorrow and buy a Sunshine buddy.
that word directs to me, like I'm talking to myself.
"thrashing your dreams", "your dreams" is targeted towards me since I have dreams here and like this for the rest.
you know how I respect you after helps you did to me.
I truly sorry for that causing misunderstanding.
Usually we don't use any kanji for "arigatou," and it's a long sound
My advice still stands though; you have to be the change you want in your life.