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March 06, 2011



Thank you for replacing all my embarrassing old fantasies with fresh new fantasies. At one time the Japanese government with a straight face claimed that they had to restrict the importation of American ski equipment because Japan has "a special type of snow."

The sushi looks so cute that the appropriate agencies should be warned about imminent toxic levels of cuteness melting the Innertubes. Now can you explain the appeal of anime to me?

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Anime: Rub it, and then you do it. Mit panda paw.


Everytime I read shit about someone or other stating that they only hire under 30... I get this urge to go apply for a job.

I'm one of those hateful people who will still look like a teenager when I'm 40. Last week I had lunch with my mom during her break - she teaches science to 6th graders. Afterwards I walked with her back to her classroom and in the time it took me to get through the hallways on my way out, two different teachers and the AP had asked me for my hall pass. This is a JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. My 30th birthday is in two months. Shoot me please.

I'm always told that I'll be grateful to look so young, one day. People have been saying this since I was 18. Is it one day yet? Do you have any idea how embarassing it is to have to show your driver's license to the school principal to prove you aren't in fact a 12 yr old student and thus should be allowed to walk out of the building?


I swear this could be a new fetish. Mmmmm warm hands....

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all I can think of is Principal Rooney "busting" she-who-he-mistook-as-Ferris at the arcade in FBDO.

Funny how Jeffrey Jones is a bonafide sex offender to boot. Les jeux sont faits!

Nohemi Tutterrow

Well, that's a good start for the restaurant. If people want a whole change in sushi-making, then they would have to wait for a few more ideals to change that. The change may happen a step at a time, but it's still something.

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