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bizengaust

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Gender: female
Age: 27
Date Signed Up:12/03/2011
Last Login:9/25/2016
Location:Kyoto Japan
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My name is Anya, I'm 27 years young and I'm currently working as an English language instructor for an elementary school in Kyoto Japan. I have also been known to make some pretty interesting comps

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#49 - Do your research first. Some will be ok while others won't. I'…  [+] (1 reply) 09/15/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... 0
#104 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
Ok thanks.
#18 - Almost every program will require a bachelor's degree in a tea…  [+] (2 replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +3
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#19 - redstain (09/14/2015) [-]
Thank you
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#47 - norwegiansnowman (09/15/2015) [-]
if english is your native language your pretty much set if you have a bacherlor degree. If not you have to struggle for it.
#171 - If they do they don't say anything about it. Its not exactly s…  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2015 on bizengaust's profile 0
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#172 - freaxxshow (09/14/2015) [-]
well, I guess Funnyjunk isn't suited for minors anyways..
#14 - I wouldn't recommend flying cheap. Save your money up because …  [+] (2 replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... 0
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#16 - superanonymouspers (09/14/2015) [-]
have you done any comps on living in japan? I've always been curious about it.

and thanks, I guess I'd better start saving up.
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#17 - bizengaust (09/14/2015) [-]
I have quite a few actually. Feel free to explore my posts via my profile if you like ^___^
#12 - 1. Site see The shrines and countrysides are beautiful …  [+] (6 replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +12
#175 - thedancingfool (09/15/2015) [-]
Never got around to visiting an Onsen. I must admit it was basically my white-bread, Puritanical background that somehow makes public nudity so taboo.

Did go to a popular noodle house in Shibuya that had incredible spinach noodles (I think it also had a Brazilian grill there too). But mostly just loved regularly going to the local conveyor-belt sushi restaurant.

And drinking Royal Milk Tea while waiting for the train (and hot Royal Milk Tea at the top of Fuji--in the middle of blowing snow--in July).
#163 - oinos (09/15/2015) [-]
Wish I went to Akihabara. I know it's supposed to be the electronic city. So much shit there I wanted to see. Mostly got to see everything from Narita to Hiroshima when I was there.
#48 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
If I have one single tattoo roughly the size of my palm, a bit smaller, I should be fine right?
#164 - oinos (09/15/2015) [-]
Tribal stuff is usually ok. Otherwise I'd suggest just keeping it covered.
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#49 - bizengaust (09/15/2015) [-]
Do your research first. Some will be ok while others won't. I'd suggest looking up onsens that are ok with that sort of thing
#104 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
Ok thanks.
#8 - Squid on a stick is actually one of my favorite festival snack…  [+] (11 replies) 09/14/2015 on Seven Deadly Sins of... +23
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#148 - lolme (09/15/2015) [-]
The first thing I noticed about ikayaki is that you can write it backwards and it's still correct. How many autisimos do I have?
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#132 - flyingsquid (09/15/2015) [-]
I love them so much. Before Japan i would never guess that squid (ergo my name) would become one off my favorite meats!
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#33 - zeroqp (09/14/2015) [-]
what... how are you supposed to eat that? is it at least gutted? do you just eat the whole, entire thing? is any part of it rubbery and gross, enough to make you gag?
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#57 - bizengaust (09/15/2015) [-]
I eat it one chomp at a time. Depending on how it's cooked I may have to chomp and tug off a piece. They marinade them in different sauces so it's very rich in flavor.
#41 - lostlust (09/14/2015) [-]
Smaller ones may not be gutted and may still be raw, but those bigger ones are gutted and cooked. And yes you eat them... by biting one part at a time? not sure how else you eat something.

And it all depends on tastes and if you are used to it or not. Like how most asian people that grew up in asia legit think cheese just smells like rotting and very smelly spoiled milk and can't imagine why anyone would eat that - just like how many westerners look at durian fruit and smelly tofu.
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#102 - cooperdewoop (09/15/2015) [-]
What he is asking is:
Is there anything you dont eat, like if you were to eat a chicken leg, you wouldnt eat the bone or the cartlege on the ends (unless you're that type of guy. dont be that type of guy but just all the chicken that you can get. and leave the stuff on the ends
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#122 - iqequalzero (09/15/2015) [-]
What do you mean "that guy"? Shits delicious man. Also stronk viking customs.
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#114 - zeroqp (09/15/2015) [-]
thanks, that is what I meant.
#139 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
as far as i can see it those are gutted and the only thing i could imagine inedible being the beak
#140 - anon (09/15/2015) [-]
*being inedible is the beak

i think
#11 - hillbillypowpow (09/14/2015) [-]
Radical man