Anko is a japanese dish made from sweetened bean. Is this typical
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> Anko is a japanese dish made from sweetened bean. Is this typical
> japanese ethnocentricity?
Japanese don't like chocolate?
Declan send that omiyage back!!!!
"No Mr President, Iran with an 'n'"
Um. I was about to give it to her and tell her about how it was from
you, how much time you spent in the shop agonizing over the perfect
choice, how you are always talking about her, how much you really like
her etc etc etc,
but I was a bit hungry at the time and.....
Try passing her a note asking her to meet Brett by the slide during
recess. Use Mark N. as the courier.
>but I was a bit hungry at the time and.....
The people who dislike Japanese sweetened beans Anko and who have the
idea of sweeten beans is alien are the Gaijins. And perhaps, 90% of
Japanese like chocolates and 99.99% of Japanese don't know what Boston
Baked Beans is like. Of course they'd never tasted it.
They gave me a job offer once, but I Never Took That Job.
> The people who dislike Japanese sweetened beans Anko and who have the
> idea of sweetening beans is alien are the Gaijins. And perhaps, 90% of
> Japanese like chocolates and 99.99% of Japanese don't know what Boston
> Baked Beans is like. Of course they'd never tasted it.
BTW, I wonder why those pseudo-Western Japanese women don't give Anko
to men instead of chocolates on the Barentain dei(St. Valentine's
I found some recipes of Boston baked beans but I still wonder whether
it's a candy or a dish. If it's a candy, I think salt pork inside the
sweet beans would be alien to most Japanese's minds, honestly.
That is more appropriate than you realise.
> Use Mark N. as the courier.
They appreciated your aptitude for being like 007 by watching Usenet?
and true to form, you'd never know that without looking at the Kanji, nor know
that SHO - MAME would be pronounced (or read) that way.
thanks for the name
(when bandwidth gets better ;-)
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> I found some recipes of Boston baked beans but I still wonder whether
> it's a candy or a dish. If it's a candy, I think salt pork inside the
> sweet beans would be alien to most Japanese's minds, honestly.
Ummmm. No one would explain how the Boston baked beans is like for me,
the one who is non-Westernized, non-Honorary-White gook, and then not
allowed to enter into America for going to Boston to check how it is
Good food is good. Foods are just universal things. Even the
non-Westernized, the non-Honorary-White Anko-eating Kansai Japanese
who is misconceived as an Osakan yakuza is interested in such Boston
style roast beef sandwich with horseradish sauce(I won't call it as
"Western Wasabi" anymore because some Western supremacist really hates
its being called as a Western version of Asian stuff, but it's surely
called as "Seiyou Wasabi" in Japanese language), Boston clam chowder,
raw Kaki(oyster) with the horseradish and ketchup sauce, etc., etc..
I remember that one of the "Arby's" fast food eatery used to be
located in the front of American consulate in Midosuji, Osaka, but not
Someone is claiming that all those Japanese are silly mimicing
chimpanzees who want to be Whites, but America itself is the super
racist's country that only admits those "Honorary White" mimicing
chimpanzees to enter its White men's land, just like South Africa
does. They will shoot all those non-Westernized Enka-loving Kinai type
Japanese, labelling as Osakan yakuza, or dumb Asian gooks. Isn't that
a big contradiction, Matt?
BYJGF? Do you like to hang out in Shinjuku 2-choume? I
Curt Fischer wrote:
GF=girlfriend. What did you think it meant?
I must say, I haven't seen someone go for the sandwhich posting
technique before, but I like it. Anyway, "girlfriend" is what you're
calling them these days?