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Choosing to live in Japan or not.
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i would think of it like an adventure anime sushipath is right the older you get the less adventurous you become and it would suck if you wound up hurt from someone but it would suck and hurt even more if you wound up regretting not going and not get the adventure of a lifetime. if i get the chance i would learn what little of the language i can (which im teaching myself anyway) and i would live there awhile but id keep in contact by writing and calling my moms long distance bill would be a class A glorified BITCH


luckily thats why i have a skype :p
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It's not worth it. Japan is a very morally messed up country. They sell hentai manga in every manga store, and Japan tolerates it like it's an okay thing. I suggest you stay away from Japan before you manage to get raped like in the hentai manga.


You're worried about that and you're not worried about the big black vans that drive around blaring about the evils of foreigners, and how all foreigners should be forcibly thrown out of the country?

You're a strange little person.

Oh, and the prison systems are a nightmare. They love putting gaijin in prison, so you're very likely to see the inside of one, sooner or later.




The apparently deleted poster was making a dig at the op for being the author behind THIS thread.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-751112/japanese-perversiondebate

It does seem ironic, given the nature of the thread and the stance MangaSurf takes within it, that he now wants advice as to weather or not to live in Japan.

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indyfed wrote:


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It's not worth it. Japan is a very morally messed up country. They sell hentai manga in every manga store, and Japan tolerates it like it's an okay thing. I suggest you stay away from Japan before you manage to get raped like in the hentai manga.


You're worried about that and you're not worried about the big black vans that drive around blaring about the evils of foreigners, and how all foreigners should be forcibly thrown out of the country?

You're a strange little person.

Oh, and the prison systems are a nightmare. They love putting gaijin in prison, so you're very likely to see the inside of one, sooner or later.




The apparently deleted poster was making a dig at the op for being the author behind THIS thread.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-751112/japanese-perversiondebate

It does seem ironic, given the nature of the thread and the stance MangaSurf takes within it, that he now wants advice as to weather or not to live in Japan.



do you want my d*ck or something bro? Seems like you are stalking every post i make. ^ that is completely irrelevant to this topic, now gtfo.
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Posted 2/19/12

Mangasurf wrote:


papagolfwhiskey wrote:


indyfed wrote:


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It's not worth it. Japan is a very morally messed up country. They sell hentai manga in every manga store, and Japan tolerates it like it's an okay thing. I suggest you stay away from Japan before you manage to get raped like in the hentai manga.


You're worried about that and you're not worried about the big black vans that drive around blaring about the evils of foreigners, and how all foreigners should be forcibly thrown out of the country?

You're a strange little person.

Oh, and the prison systems are a nightmare. They love putting gaijin in prison, so you're very likely to see the inside of one, sooner or later.




The apparently deleted poster was making a dig at the op for being the author behind THIS thread.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-751112/japanese-perversiondebate

It does seem ironic, given the nature of the thread and the stance MangaSurf takes within it, that he now wants advice as to weather or not to live in Japan.



do you want my d*ck or something bro? Seems like you are stalking every post i make. ^ that is completely irrelevant to this topic, now gtfo.


How charming. Why don't you try saying please instead? or are you 'butthurt'

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Your so lucky! I've been to southern California (Malibu, Hollywood, LA, BH) and i was probably my favorite vacation ever the weather is perfect, people are....., the beach was great! Having the option to live there is sweet. I need to get out of my shitty as state
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a 45 year old man arguing with a 20 year old kid with a decision to travel and live somewhere foreign for a few years... are you sure i'm the one butthurt here? seeing as how this is probably your only source of amusement in your life (that is trolling and stalking kids on an anime provider's forums) i'll let you continue because i am full of pity for you. Seriously though, get a life. oh wait, you're 45. Nevermind that's not possible anymore.
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Your so lucky! I've been to southern California (Malibu, Hollywood, LA, BH) and i was probably my favorite vacation ever the weather is perfect, people are....., the beach was great! Having the option to live there is sweet. I need to get out of my shitty as state :P


yeah Southern California is very nice, i am, and was very fortunate and grateful to be raised here
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a 45 year old man arguing with a 20 year old kid with a decision to travel and live somewhere foreign for a few years... are you sure i'm the one butthurt here? seeing as how this is probably your only source of amusement in your life (that is trolling and stalking kids on an anime provider's forums) i'll let you continue because i am full of pity for you. Seriously though, get a life. oh wait, you're 45. Nevermind that's not possible anymore.


Just to let you know, the more you say the more it makes you sound like a petulant child, you should probably have quit while you were "ahead" several posts ago.

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Living in japan sounds like a great opportunity i would go
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Home will be there for a while, your opportunity to live in Japan . . . not so much.



That's been going through my mind mostly.


If it is only a year I say go if you were going for longer I would say stay. My reasons being that if you are there for a year you will get to see all the cool aspects of Japan (kinda like the honeymoon phase of a marriage) without being too distracted with errr... the other stuff.
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no, i'm usually not as irritated as i showed myself to be right there, its just that this guy has been stalking and insulting me in every post i make for the past week because of an opinion i had in a previous thread.
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Posted 2/19/12 , edited 2/19/12

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Touche. but it doesn't change that fact that I think your other thread reeks of ignorance and ethnocentrism. And in that context makes this thread seem ironic, even hypocritical. Our little contretemps here is my fault for not calling you on it in that thread and then taking the tone I did with my first post to this one. But it takes two to tango and you're right about one thing: Despite being over the age of majority you're still a kid. Believe it or not I, really do hope you grow up. I broke one of my own rules by wishing you a happy life and then continuing to post. Now I really do bid you adieu.

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Mangasurf wrote:


GrateSaiyaman wrote:

Home will be there for a while, your opportunity to live in Japan . . . not so much.



That's been going through my mind mostly.


If it is only a year I say go if you were going for longer I would say stay. My reasons being that if you are there for a year you will get to see all the cool aspects of Japan (kinda like the honeymoon phase of a marriage) without being too distracted with errr... the other stuff.


The commitment would be for about 3 years. I think living there would grow on me though.
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Eh to be honest you just pissed me off so please don't take my insults toward you to heart (I don't like being cruel). I'm not one to hold a grudge, i just think you should respect my opinions and voice your own opinions in the correct thread. Respect me and I'll respect you, insult me and I'll insult you.
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Even with 3 years I would still say go. It is really going to be about the people you meet there that is going to make the difference. Just hope you meet a lot of good people. Also, since I assume you will be living on a base there you probably won't get the elitism that I read/watch about from people who choose to live there. You'll learn the language and get to see all the great points of Japanese culture with (hopefully) a minimum amount of the "bad" stuff. Also, I just want to point out that staying in any "foreign" country for an extended period of time will probably happen the same way. At first it's all roses and kisses and then you see the flaws of said country. I was reading a book a few years ago about a woman who lived in Japan for a while (forgot the amount of time) and the 1st half was miserable while the 2nd half was great. Why you ask? Because of the people she encountered. Make good relations and have a solid set of friends and you should be fine. Just my opinion.

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