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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Ginger afro, now I've seen it all.

    Tight budget that week?
    Doubt it. Can't you see how much he splashed out on the bird?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
    Doubt it. Can't you see how much he splashed out on the bird?
    Clearly not

    I still think James has striking similarity to Glenn McGrath, although I think that it is far as it goes (And I should warn you this could be my last post before I'm banned)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
    Luke Ronchi?

    Chu-hai... not as bad as people say.
    Yeah, its not that bad, but you may notice im holding the Asahi Super Dry

    I dont know whether to take the Ronchi comment as an insult or not We were both born in NZ but..... I'll give you the benefit of the doubt

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Yeah, its not that bad, but you may notice im holding the Asahi Super Dry

    I dont know whether to take the Ronchi comment as an insult or not We were both born in NZ but..... I'll give you the benefit of the doubt
    Ronchi is the gunnest of the gun, if that helps.

    Yeah I noticed you were holding Asahi, but I'm sort of naturally disinclined to Japanese beers after having to contain myself from laughing so many times when Japanese men told me they couldn't stomach foreign beer for its softness.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
    Ronchi is the gunnest of the gun, if that helps.

    Yeah I noticed you were holding Asahi, but I'm sort of naturally disinclined to Japanese beers after having to contain myself from laughing so many times when Japanese men told me they couldn't stomach foreign beer for its softness.
    Yeah, Asahi Super Dry and Suntory Malts are the only decent beers in Japan. Still nothing compared to a good Tui/Speights/Lion Red/Export Gold etc or hundreds of other 'foreign' beers. But when compared to the many 'happoshu' (my translation=sparkling beer) they taste just as good. Cant stand people who drink 'happoshu' like its beer. I get into a huge rant when i see some japanese guy drinking it, and give them a lesson on real beer. Plus, it is shocking how in Japan if you drink beer you are seen as 'oyaji' (old man), i mean, come on, beer is the guys drink. Guys in there 20s drinking Chu-hai also makes me sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Me pimping it up Japan styles
    I don't blame you - she's very cute.

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    The one with the girl in it is a rarity, a photo in which I'm not accidentally pulling a very odd face
    I must say, Barney, that girl looks rather fil-... What? Is that the time? I best be off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble View Post
    The one with the girl in it is a rarity, a photo in which I'm not accidentally pulling
    Oh, really...








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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Yeah, Asahi Super Dry and Suntory Malts are the only decent beers in Japan. Still nothing compared to a good Tui/Speights/Lion Red/Export Gold etc or hundreds of other 'foreign' beers. But when compared to the many 'happoshu' (my translation=sparkling beer) they taste just as good. Cant stand people who drink 'happoshu' like its beer. I get into a huge rant when i see some japanese guy drinking it, and give them a lesson on real beer. Plus, it is shocking how in Japan if you drink beer you are seen as 'oyaji' (old man), i mean, come on, beer is the guys drink. Guys in there 20s drinking Chu-hai also makes me sick
    Well what do you expect, despite low taxes on alcohol beer is disgustingly expensive in most places eh. Especially draught beer; we charged $8 a glass at the hotel I worked at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    I don't blame you - she's very cute.
    Very cute. very Argentinan, and very over her

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox View Post
    Originally Posted by superkingdave
    When does part III start?
    Even though it's been re-opened, probably the perfect time to start Part III.
    Love Jack's use of the hyperlinked quote, TBH - bears strange resembence to something in someone's sig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
    Well what do you expect, despite low taxes on alcohol beer is disgustingly expensive in most places eh. Especially draught beer; we charged $8 a glass at the hotel I worked at.
    Indeed, i , being a gaijin, would go out of my way to buy a real beer, whereas the Japanese are really good at fooling themselves into thinking the 'cheap stuff' tastes good. Plus, young Japanese guys are so girly and concerned so much about fashion and weight that getting a beer belly is so outta the question. Hence resorting to Chu-hai. I mean, come one, at least they could move onto harder liqor

    (i couldnt rant on for hours TBH)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Very cute. very Argentinan, and very over her

    Could you send her my way then?

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    What is it with you and animals, James?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    What is it with you and animals, James?
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