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Biggest fear of moving to Japan
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i agree ^.

Further, as as far as my own experiences go, i will also say japanese breakfast sucks, raw eggs and rice isn't usually my forte.
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^Rape and proper psychos can happen anywhere.


aye, but not on the same scale of rape in Japan. I could search u up a whole list of British women who were raped and killed in the most horrific manner which would send people shivering.


But aren't they also the ones who are working in those dodgy type bars that all other foreign ladies work in? The most famous story I know of a brit being raped and killed in Japan was because she worked there. If you work in a place like that, crime and putting your life/safety on the line are kinda the given IMO.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/japan/story/0,,2045126,00.html

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that i can't speak the language and will get lost and die.
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Its not living as a coward, Don't get me wrong theres nothing wrong with japanese people in General. but such as porn that depicts rape as a female enjoying it can mess with kids heads. i think thats what she meant. I also don't want to judge your faith but If you were raped would you call it a test of faith? and if you werent would'nt that be a "sign" from god?


Would it be a test of faith? Possibly, or possibly He just let it happen, because He knew with Him I could handle it. If I weren't raped, why would that be a "sign"?
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Japanese Food would have to be one of the most healthiest in the world which goes to show the how Japanese have the longest lives.
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sign as in you have showed ur faith and all that malarky.
anyhow i have to agree i couldnt live with a breakfast unless it was with beans, bacon, eggs and toast at least and a nice cuppa
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mmmmmm yes the English have had a great reputation in their cuisine havent they.
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Japanese Food would have to be one of the most healthiest in the world which goes to show the how Japanese have the longest lives.

your totally right about that, plus most of the older japanese women ive met aged extremely well. I met an 80-something year old who liked like she was 60, compared to my own grandmother (RIP). Maybe I need to marry a Nihonjin.
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sign as in you have showed ur faith and all that malarky.
anyhow i have to agree i couldnt live with a breakfast unless it was with beans, bacon, eggs and toast at least and a nice cuppa


No, I don't think it would be a sign of that. It just means it didn't happen.
^-^ I know people that have friends that have died here of many causes. One, an intense surfer who was coming in from the waves, and right on the spot a bolt of lightning hit him. It was a little stormy out. It's pointless to be afraid of living life, or should I say death. One day I'll meet God, and I can't wait for that. He's given me this life, so I'll use it to glorify Him, and I'll live it the best I can.

Thankyou, however. You have a really good point.
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well the language thing, becoming an outsider and not connect with anyone... and after seeing that practical jokes in japan thread... well lets just say i am never going to use a public toilet without a towel or something to cover with!!
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^lol
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True, not researching or having tried the food of that part before hand would certainly give someone culture shock. However that only has the uncultured nature of that person to blame to expect to go into another country and expect to find savoury dishes made from batter.
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zurital wrote:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/japan/story/0,,2045126,00.html

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Fair enough. But I'd still say Japan has better safer records than England. Not saying much, but there ya go haha...

Ahh. Totally agree about the food. Ever been to a place and haven't researched/tried that food before? Not good...

Shurayuki, british food is aiite! Yorkshire puddings all the way haha :D


I know everyday walking to town im scared of getting stabbed, theres people running around with knives and that lol no i guess everywhere is the same, just that I'd be more scared if I had a daugther and she was going to Japan.

You know your food i see
Funny, no one scared of the Yakuza ?
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^ i don't want eat sushi everyday!! It seems like sushi is all they have. Also Japan, Tokyo is the most expensive place to live, I guess things are more expensive there, I hear there are lots of clubs.. there.. true?
Posted 6/17/07
I'm afraid of learning the language wrong lol I might us wa when I'm used to use wo or something you know...it's going to be hard to get used to it. and plus it's one of the biggest cities so I'll probably get lost or something
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