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#1 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
Yes - not for like a decade though.
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#2 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
Yes - I have a small group of friends who I am very close to. Do I care about having many friends. Hell no.
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#3 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
If I noticed anything when I was in America its that their fatty food is cheap - but also the portions they serve are HUGE. I could barely finish anything we got in America because the meals were so big.
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#4 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -

[QUOTE="Fire_Emblem_RD"]Tokyo - I love big cities, and there isn't one bigger than Tokyo. I like the culture (actual Japanese culture like social customs and etiquette etc, not Naruto and manga or whatever else Wapanese kids are obsessing over nowadays). Love the language as well. That or a nice city in Europe. Probably either London or Amsterdam. Never ever want to move to the United States.mccoyca112

My stance on the the culture as well. I really love alot about their country. Cannot stand waps though either. I do like animated shows, but my taste is very specific. Shows that have mature themes preferably, or generally amazing hand drawn art.

I'd also pick Moscow, for the same reasons. Here in the states, which would ultimately be much more reasonable, I'd like to take a break from Chicago for awhile and become a new-yorker for a couple years.

Yeah, there is much there that people don't look at, so many just look at the anime and manga (I've watched a few anime shows but I seriously take my time.) - and think somewhere like Akihabara is heaven on earth where everyone will want to discuss manga and stuff. I think its a real shame. When I first went there on like a school excursion thing. A bunch of my friends studied japanese solely so they could go on the trip to buy stuff and not because of the language - they thought that everyone read Naruto and Bleach and Full Metal Alchemist, and that people would be content to talk about it for hours. They got a rude shock when they were escorted off the premises of a big electronics shop in Akihabara. Suffice to say, when they realised Japan wasn't Anime and Teriyaki Chicken land they haven't expressed a desire to return. Moscow huh? I've always thought it was one of those 'place you want to visit for a little while but never want to live in' cities. Interesting though.
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#5 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
Tokyo - I love big cities, and there isn't one bigger than Tokyo. I like the culture (actual Japanese culture like social customs and etiquette etc, not Naruto and manga or whatever else Wapanese kids are obsessing over nowadays). Love the language as well. That or a nice city in Europe. Probably either London or Amsterdam. Never ever want to move to the United States.
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#6 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
In Australia we use a mix of the words in that article. For example I have NEVER heard anyone say 'flashlight' here - everyone says torch - while people will always say 'tuxedo' and not 'dinner suit'. Here though, a lot of American English is frowned upon especially in high school - once kids get past that really young age and leave primary school, they will likely get told off for using American English because most English teachers here don't believe it sounds very sophisticated. I'd say American English is more prominent in the Australian youth, but in High School people are taught to ignore it.
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#7 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
Sydney, Australia.
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#8 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
I'd probably go with countries like Japan, Australia, Canada etc. Places where there is opportunity - along with great healthcare, education, quality of life etc. The couple of times I have been to the USA have been nice, but I wouldn't want to live there, maybe the New England area. Definitely not the West Coast. I think I just don't like Americanism. I love the UK - especially its history, but there is nothing fantastic about it - it was nice, not great. (Not necessarily saying Japan, Australia and Canada etc are fantastic)
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#9 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
The Pokemon Company and Bethesda. I think you know what I'm getting at.
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#10 Posted by Fire_Emblem_RD (9611 posts) -
twice. Before breakfast and after dinner.