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    Default Anyone gonna fuck off the Tokyo orientation?

    The way i see it,
    There iz gonna be hundreds of ppl @ the orientation thing in tokyo when we all get there, possibly thousands!

    So whats the worse that can happen if i were to not turn up?
    i mean, i am gonna be placed in the Inaka, i dont exepect to be able to copme back to tokyo for a while, but i love the city and know some great places to get drunk, pull etc,

    would they even notice if i dodnt bother with orientation at all and just mooched around tokyo for the few days before heading out to j-bumpkin ville to start work?

    Ha ha ha, this iz gonna be fun!

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    :x
    i dislike you
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    Pull? What do you mean pull?
    Yatta, bitch! Yatta!

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    i got a buddy doing NOVA in tokyo that i'm gonna hang out with for a while. (we're done by about 5 o'clock, right?) i may skip one or two of the seminars, but i think i'll play it by ear as to how important they will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autolycus91982
    Pull? What do you mean pull?
    Pull. Brit slang for making out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Autolycus91982
    Pull? What do you mean pull?
    Its a British Thing, It means catch someones eye, Dance like a dickhead, make stupid promises, flash the car keys then get all kinds of Aids.
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    ...then get all kinds of Aids.
    How many kinds are there? I only know of the one... Oh man, I am so screwed. :smt009

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    You sound a bit troll like eh

    As for Tokyo.
    I'll see when I get there and what seminars and that are on.

    I plan to have a good balanced mixture of seminars/recovering from jet lag and a good few drinks out in the city.

    Also, you get the good Aids and the bad Aids.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFNs2mOkKzc

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    I'll have the Kool-Aid. :mrgreen:
    Yatta, bitch! Yatta!

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    I'm not planning on skipping, but we'll see. I have a lot of people to see in Tokyo and only 3 days to do it.

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    This is grandma talking, boys and girls. Tokyo is not going anywhere. You can visit it anytime. It's a sadly overrated city anyway (Osaka is much better!); and if you want to do stuff, the shops are open til 10pm and the party spots don't get going until after 11pm.
    JET is a job, not college. A sign of maturity is doing the right thing even when no-one is watching or checking up on you.
    Yes, the workshops may be boring. So what? If you have jetlag, you may need to sit some out to recover, but that's different.
    If you just want to slack off and not do your job, please give it to an alternate.
    I've bloody well sat through two of those orientation conferences, went to everything (yes, some of it was useless, but I was being paid to be there) and still had plenty of time to catch up with friends and have a great time in the evenings.
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    Most certainly a troll. You get a 4/10. No creativity, obvious spelling mistakes, and trying too hard to play devils advocate.

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    def. a troll

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    WTF is a troll?
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    WTF is a troll?
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    Troll (Internet), a person who is deliberately inflammatory on the Internet in order to provoke a vehement response from other users.
    Moments like this make me wonder if I spend too much time on the internet. But then I just go get a drink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thestoryofjune
    ...then get all kinds of Aids.
    How many kinds are there? I only know of the one... Oh man, I am so screwed. :smt009
    Love your avatar!

    Imagine man,

    The Pumpkins, LIVE IN TOKYO!!
    :smt005

    would be so f*****g amazing!
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    Here's how I'd write this post if I was gonna troll:


    Subject: Who's actually going to the Tokyo Orientation?


    Seriously, we have a few days in Tokyo, why not make the best of them? Spending them going to some lame-ass seminars seems like the WORST way to spend our time in the most amazing city in the world.

    I mean, in the long run, is it really going to matter if we show up to all those workshops? It's teaching bloody English, I SPEAK English. And fuck those Japanese workshops, the reason I'm an English teacher is so I don't have to speak Japanese.

    Who's with me? Or the question should be, who ISNT' with me? How many of you tards are actually going to waste your time learning lame-ass horseshit that you're going to forget in a couple days anyway?

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    and I'm the alternate...

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    yeah, Samesong,

    Thats what i was thinking.

    And no, im not a troll. if i wanted to offend people just for the fun of it, i would go swing by the Alternate support group.

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