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What do you hate about a Country/destination you love?
Posted 12/28/13

Sornette wrote:


puellapeanut wrote:


Striferu wrote:


puellapeanut wrote:

I like a lot of countries but I'll focus on one...I really like a lot of things about Japan but...

ADMIT YOUR WAR CRIMES! Stop trying to act like you're innocent, and the war was everyone elses fault!

I would have said something about Australia, but then I dislike most things about that country. And yes, this is coming from someone who lived there for some time.


Woah.. Have you ever thought what Japan felt when they had to do the Unconditional Surrender? The Nukes had nothing to do with the Germans war... Seriously...


Have you ever thought how millions across Asia felt when Japan suddenly took over, raping, murdering, torturing, and experimenting on them? And then, to this day to have Japan not teach their own people what they did? Imagine how those constant denials feel.

I think you should seriously read up on Japanese War Crimes and how they deny/hide it even today, then speak.



Don't hate on them for being smart about it.


Their smartness sure has created tension...
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I'm trying to have a good time then Leslie Chow pops in, ruins everything, and makes me end up in some desert.
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I love Canada, born and raised...but the internet here sucks worse then some third world countries...both in terms of speed and prices -_-.

I love japan, totally want to visit one day, I hate it because it is too far away to walk :(...and I hate swimming.
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What i love about the US. (Dallas, Texas)
1. The food. we got some of the best meat in the US.
2. The gun friendly laws/culture. Im a total gun otaku, plus my dad once got pulled over by a cop and only got off with a warning after showing the cop his CCW...after talking about guns with him for like 20 minutes.
3. Compared to other places, its pretty easy to find a job here.
4. The people (of course, it depends on what area you are in, but i live in a nice neighborhood. and everyone here is pretty nice. (some even say y'all and howdy))

What i don't like.
1. The temperature. ( its really hot here. But i got used to it and when i went to visit california over the summer, i actually had to pull out my jacket because i thought it was cold.) also, my high school once closed for a week and a half because it was too expensive to reheat the entire place for the day.
2. The size. (Everything is just so far away from each other. you are screwed if you dont have a car.)
3. The drivers. (High temperatures do nothing to calm road rage trust me. plus whenever we do get snow, its like everyone forgot how to drive.)

But i still love it here. of course, i would like to visit some other country for a vacation every once in a while.

What I love about South Korea.(my motherland)
1. the food. (im a food lover, and i aint ashamed to show it.)
2. The compactness. Its a small country, so you dont need a car so i can walk maybe 2 miles and get to wherever i need to be. (excluding taking the subway)
3. my family lives there. they spoil the hell out of me. got so much love for ya'll :)

What I hate.
1. the people are very unsociable. If i go jogging, and i tell a stranger that im passing by "good morning", they ignore me(at least in Seoul). it hurts my feelings. Plus the younger folk seem to be brainwashed. they all try to look like a kpop star or actor so they all try to look, act, and talk the same.
2. The prices. almost everything there seems to be more expensive except the food. however, japanese action figures and toys' prices are on par with what they are in japan, so thats pretty cool.
3. No one can legally own a gun. but at least there are good airsoft fields there.
4. Mandatory military service. (Im in AFROTC, and i love the military, however, i still stand by my belief that joining should be a choice.)

Posted 4/20/14

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What i love about the US. (Dallas, Texas)
1. The food. we got some of the best meat in the US.
2. The gun friendly laws/culture. Im a total gun otaku, plus my dad once got pulled over by a cop and only got off with a warning after showing the cop his CCW...after talking about guns with him for like 20 minutes.
3. Compared to other places, its pretty easy to find a job here.
4. The people (of course, it depends on what area you are in, but i live in a nice neighborhood. and everyone here is pretty nice. (some even say y'all and howdy))

What i don't like.
1. The temperature. ( its really hot here. But i got used to it and when i went to visit california over the summer, i actually had to pull out my jacket because i thought it was cold.) also, my high school once closed for a week and a half because it was too expensive to reheat the entire place for the day.
2. The size. (Everything is just so far away from each other. you are screwed if you dont have a car.)
3. The drivers. (High temperatures do nothing to calm road rage trust me. plus whenever we do get snow, its like everyone forgot how to drive.)

But i still love it here. of course, i would like to visit some other country for a vacation every once in a while.

What I love about South Korea.(my motherland)
1. the food. (im a food lover, and i aint ashamed to show it.)
2. The compactness. Its a small country, so you dont need a car so i can walk maybe 2 miles and get to wherever i need to be. (excluding taking the subway)
3. my family lives there. they spoil the hell out of me. got so much love for ya'll :)

What I hate.
1. the people are very unsociable. If i go jogging, and i tell a stranger that im passing by "good morning", they ignore me(at least in Seoul). it hurts my feelings. Plus the younger folk seem to be brainwashed. they all try to look like a kpop star or actor so they all try to look, act, and talk the same.
2. The prices. almost everything there seems to be more expensive except the food. however, japanese action figures and toys' prices are on par with what they are in japan, so thats pretty cool.
3. No one can legally own a gun. but at least there are good airsoft fields there.
4. Mandatory military service. (Im in AFROTC, and i love the military, however, i still stand by my belief that joining should be a choice.)



i like how you are very detailed.
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Posted 4/21/14
I hate everything, but I like everything thread. Okay..

I have no clue.
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Posted 4/21/14

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I hate everything, but I like everything thread. Okay..
I have no clue.

There are many emotions this answer is giving me. One is uncontrollable shaking in the region around my brain. Then, comes irresistible movement in my hands. My fingers, they ACHE for clickity clack keys. Ah, my ears, hearing type type type. I must write a comment, it will leave a slight BUMP in the thread of fate, but one never knows when and where we will find ourselves next. Thank your for this wonderful journey. May we meet again in another life.
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Posted 4/21/14
Closed because OP nuked. Feel free to start a new thread.
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