My friend Todd and I were waiting in the office to go to a movie. It was 8:00 and the movie started at 8:45. He showed me some weird video of a guy dancing in a lot of different countries.
"Doesn't this just make you want to travel?" He asked.
It did. Within a few minutes we resolved to go on a trip, and to buy the tickets before leaving for the movie.
We looked around online for somewhere to go. We consider Budapest, Hawaii, Brazil, and other places. Finally we found a deal for Tokyo and bought the tickets.
We get there the 25th and stay for a week. We have no hotel, nowhere to stay, and no plans.
If you live in Japan, e-mail me, especially if you want me to sleep on your floor / couch / master bedroom of your sweet Tokyo penthouse.
Dude, the only advice I can give you is to enhance that stay. You won't see shit of that country if you dont stay at least three or four weeks.
Trust me, you'll kick yourself, if you do all that travelling and then be in a hurry to see everything.
As a general rule Japanese girls love the hell out of American guys.
You won't even need to call upon your PUA skills.
Have fun dude.
make sure you stay in a capsule hotel at least one night! For the experience vs the comfort.
Ladies... I've been living a lie. Seriously. I'd say that I lie about 2% as often as the average person, maybe even less. However, today I'm going to uncover a huge lie that I've been hiding for YEARS now. It's doubtful that the person who this affects will read it, although maybe if he did I wouldn't feel so guilty around him.
When the Lord of the Rings was released to theaters, I wasn't interested in seeing it. At all. I read the books and they were ok, but I'm not really into that whole dungeons and dragons thing. Don't get me wrong - I'm a huge nerd - just not that type of nerd.
Every six months or so I visit Massachusetts. My grandparents, an Aunt and Uncle, and some other relatives live there, so it's a convenient meeting place for the family. One day during the Kwanzaa holiday my uncle and I were hanging out after dinner.
The History Channel mini-series The Bible, created by Mark Burnett and Roma Downey has faced controversy recently due to the devil character looking eerily similar to President Barrack Obama. So much so that the two have decided to remove the devil scenes from their movie Son of God that is due to hit theatres soon.
“It gives me great pleasure to tell you that the devil is on the cutting-room floor. This is now a movie about Jesus, the Son of God, and the devil gets no more screen time,” Downey told THR. “For our movie, Son of God, I wanted all of the focus to be on Jesus. I want his name to be on the lips of everyone who sees this movie, so we cast Satan out.”
“This is utter nonsense,” Burnett said last year. “The actor who played Satan, Mehdi Ouzaani, is a highly acclaimed Moroccan actor. He has previously played parts in several Biblical epics—including Satanic characters long before Barack Obama was elected as our President.”
Obviously the duo had to know that this would cause some controversy and maybe this was a ploy to boost ratings and sell more tickets.
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