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#150 - I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#148 - Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I gue… 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#147 - What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the mid…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#144 - I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I li…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#142 - Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch m…  [+] (12 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#140 - oh that's pretty neat. However isn't the travel expensive? I k…  [+] (14 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#141 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
not really... ive been to japan 4 times this year... my job allows me to have free flights anywhere in the wold all i gotta pay is the landing tax.. put it this way: a flight to tokyo 42USD for me is less than half as expensive as a flight to dominican republic 110USD
#142 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch my free healthcare plan out with free travel. I have two. My job has a healthcare plan for every worker there is, and our country has it. So I have two.
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#138 - Sounding like you passed two girls randomly in Akiba and thoug…  [+] (16 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#139 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
lol, nah... im mostly white (although i look more latino than anything) but my paternal grandmother is japanese and me and my cousin grew up together (hes full blooded japanese) so hes always introducing me to his japanese friends... whenever i go down to japan, he always hooks me up with his faghags and when he comes here to NYC, i go with him to gay bars in the city because hes too shy to approach western guys himself
#140 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
oh that's pretty neat. However isn't the travel expensive? I know from Europe a plane ticket to Tokyo forth and back costs around $900
#141 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
not really... ive been to japan 4 times this year... my job allows me to have free flights anywhere in the wold all i gotta pay is the landing tax.. put it this way: a flight to tokyo 42USD for me is less than half as expensive as a flight to dominican republic 110USD
#142 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch my free healthcare plan out with free travel. I have two. My job has a healthcare plan for every worker there is, and our country has it. So I have two.
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#136 - Well Yuri would explain why they used boku. But what is kinda …  [+] (18 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#137 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
seeing as how my cousin introduced me to them and we where all hanging out in akiba... yea im pretty sure lol
#138 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Sounding like you passed two girls randomly in Akiba and thought, hey those are some nice candidates for a lesbian couble.
#139 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
lol, nah... im mostly white (although i look more latino than anything) but my paternal grandmother is japanese and me and my cousin grew up together (hes full blooded japanese) so hes always introducing me to his japanese friends... whenever i go down to japan, he always hooks me up with his faghags and when he comes here to NYC, i go with him to gay bars in the city because hes too shy to approach western guys himself
#140 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
oh that's pretty neat. However isn't the travel expensive? I know from Europe a plane ticket to Tokyo forth and back costs around $900
#141 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
not really... ive been to japan 4 times this year... my job allows me to have free flights anywhere in the wold all i gotta pay is the landing tax.. put it this way: a flight to tokyo 42USD for me is less than half as expensive as a flight to dominican republic 110USD
#142 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch my free healthcare plan out with free travel. I have two. My job has a healthcare plan for every worker there is, and our country has it. So I have two.
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
#131 - That's true. But you won't meet a single girl saying boku. Or …  [+] (21 new replies) 09/07/2014 on Helpful Translations 0
#135 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
then again, my gay cousin uses atashi... so its more of a masculine/feminine term as opposed to androgynous
#134 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
i saw a bunch of lesbians in akiba that used boku...
#136 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well Yuri would explain why they used boku. But what is kinda creepy, is you are quite sure they are lesbians.
#137 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
seeing as how my cousin introduced me to them and we where all hanging out in akiba... yea im pretty sure lol
#138 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Sounding like you passed two girls randomly in Akiba and thought, hey those are some nice candidates for a lesbian couble.
#139 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
lol, nah... im mostly white (although i look more latino than anything) but my paternal grandmother is japanese and me and my cousin grew up together (hes full blooded japanese) so hes always introducing me to his japanese friends... whenever i go down to japan, he always hooks me up with his faghags and when he comes here to NYC, i go with him to gay bars in the city because hes too shy to approach western guys himself
#140 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
oh that's pretty neat. However isn't the travel expensive? I know from Europe a plane ticket to Tokyo forth and back costs around $900
#141 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
not really... ive been to japan 4 times this year... my job allows me to have free flights anywhere in the wold all i gotta pay is the landing tax.. put it this way: a flight to tokyo 42USD for me is less than half as expensive as a flight to dominican republic 110USD
#142 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch my free healthcare plan out with free travel. I have two. My job has a healthcare plan for every worker there is, and our country has it. So I have two.
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
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#125 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
boku is more of an immature/informal way of saying me (sounds a bit pretentious) watashi is androgynous but "atashi" is strictly feminine
#131 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
That's true. But you won't meet a single girl saying boku. Or I haven't at least.
#135 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
then again, my gay cousin uses atashi... so its more of a masculine/feminine term as opposed to androgynous
#134 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
i saw a bunch of lesbians in akiba that used boku...
#136 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well Yuri would explain why they used boku. But what is kinda creepy, is you are quite sure they are lesbians.
#137 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
seeing as how my cousin introduced me to them and we where all hanging out in akiba... yea im pretty sure lol
#138 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Sounding like you passed two girls randomly in Akiba and thought, hey those are some nice candidates for a lesbian couble.
#139 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
lol, nah... im mostly white (although i look more latino than anything) but my paternal grandmother is japanese and me and my cousin grew up together (hes full blooded japanese) so hes always introducing me to his japanese friends... whenever i go down to japan, he always hooks me up with his faghags and when he comes here to NYC, i go with him to gay bars in the city because hes too shy to approach western guys himself
#140 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
oh that's pretty neat. However isn't the travel expensive? I know from Europe a plane ticket to Tokyo forth and back costs around $900
#141 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
not really... ive been to japan 4 times this year... my job allows me to have free flights anywhere in the wold all i gotta pay is the landing tax.. put it this way: a flight to tokyo 42USD for me is less than half as expensive as a flight to dominican republic 110USD
#142 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well you are pretty lucky with your job then. I would switch my free healthcare plan out with free travel. I have two. My job has a healthcare plan for every worker there is, and our country has it. So I have two.
#145 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
funny story.... i decided to go to japan and didnt get a reservation for hotel so me and my male colleague decided to go to shibuya... early april... during goldenweek.... needless to say we couldnt find anything from 5pm to 11pm my grandmas house was in kanagawa and she was in okinawa during golden week so i couldnt go there exhausted sweaty and last shower was about 40 hours... we finally gave up and decided to try the love hotels.... we found ONE love hotel that had ONE room open... i got allot closer to my colleague than i wanted to that day with only one heartshaped bed, black satin sheets and hello kitty in full gimp suits and in shibari and a condom dispenser right above the bed.... next morning i pulled out my toughest sleeveless shirt and motorcycle jacket and walked out as tough as possible from the love hotel and shot down to asakusa
#148 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well I wouldn't want to share a love room with my mates. I guess I don't trust them enough he
#143 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yea... the flight is a bitch though... 12 hours there 10 back... but whenever i go out there, i always stay in asakusa by sensoji temple by taito, 15mins bike ride to akiba, 30 min train ride to shibuya/shinjuku/roppongi and only 1000JPY train ride to and from the airport as apposed to 3000JPY one way to shibuya....
#144 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I wouldn't exactly call public transport expensive. Where I live a 30 min train ride is like 3000JPY - But I would imagine being born and raised in Japan with japanese income has something to say about that. Also transportation is a lot easier in the bigger cities of Japan. I have to catch a bus ride home where I live. It only rides once every 2 hours.
#146 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
where do you live?
#147 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
What I would like to call the outskirts of Denmark. In the middle of a corn field. Even though this isn't like the US. I still have a 15 min car ride to the nearest city. And shopping facilities. - Guess you live in NYC?
#151 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
but i like going to asakusa because theres like 20 hostels in that area... i like staying in hostels because its alot more social than hotels... i go to fancy expensive hotels and all you can find there are top shelf alcohol and people 60+... but in hostels you buy a few beers, sit down in the common area and enjoy your time with random backpackers from around the world
#152 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually didn't think of that. I will differently stay at a hostel next time. Can you give me some names of a few decent ones?
#149 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
yup... i live in hells kitchen... like 4 blocks away from times square and im moving out to queens soon... closer to my job
#150 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
I actually wondered, how much is rent in a decent apartment in ny?
#153 - saladtongsofdeath (09/07/2014) [-]
depends on your definition of decent.... like a small one bedroom in soho would be 2,000+USD (however, ive never seen it as low as that) i have a 3 bedroom that would go for 3,500+USD a month because of the size and the location but i share it with this little old lady (family friend) and because she has been living there her entire life, the appartment is rent controlled so i took over paying the rent because she couldnt afford it anymore (1,000USD, utilities included) and she moved into one of the rooms... its a win win, she gets to live in her home for free and share it with someone she considers a grandson and i get essentially a two bedroom apartment in one of the most expensive area in the world for really cheap
#154 - exxcezz (09/07/2014) [-]
Well 2.0000 USD is pretty expensive. My apartment with 2 bedrooms goes for 1.000 - And that's in the middle of nowhere. Copenhagen is even more expensive. I paid 600 USD a month for a room, (shared toilet etc). The room wasn't that big, there was room for a double bed, and that was pretty much it.
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Probably something to do with overcrowding in prisons, that and the lack of prisons able to house women...
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Prolly because it looks like some sort of smiley face. Dunno. Haven't seen it before.
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あなたが涼しいようです
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ありがとう
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#1 - bluejade (04/29/2014) [-]
Listen idiot,I've had just about enough from you, I'm sick of you pestering me and saying that I am impersonating someone I'm not. I am not your twin sister and the evidence is astoundingly obvious. Look at the picture I attached, it is a side by side of myself and your "twin sister". We look nothing alike. Any "lawsuit" you would have against me would be immediately thrown out of court, considering 1. We live in different countries, 2. Speak a different language, 3. (again) Look in no way similar. So for the last time, **** off.
User avatar #5 to #4 - bluejade (04/29/2014) [-]
I still look nothing like her retard, My hair color is totally different, so is my smile, my cheekbones, and my nose.
User avatar #3 to #1 - jamrobot (04/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, she looks nothing like her.... are you blind?
User avatar #2 to #1 - bluejade (04/29/2014) [-]
Also I never said the Imgur pictures were me faggot
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