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MMmmm sake. Now I'm craving sushi and sake and it's 10 am and i'm stuck in an office. help!
Hmmm, well I'm a hopeless geek who loves her some sake... what the heck am I doing in the states?
Who doesn't heart Japan? Lame people, that's who. In all seriousness, I concur in Japan love, its culture really is awesome.
They do make good sake and video games as well as cars and tv's.
@ pattypunker: Now I want some too.@ Meri: The same thing I'm doing here in T&T, I guess: Wishing we were there.@ paulsifer: Totally! Their blend of ancient tradition & super-modern just fascinates me.@ Oilfield: You can just about get anything you need there. Geek. heaven.
That's exactly what it is.
Love Sake and now you have me craving Sushi. Maybe I can twist the hubby's arm tonight in taking me out, I think I deserve it don't you?
@ Nubian: Of course! I doubt you'll have to do much arm-twisting. It is sushi & sake after all.
...and bushido and art supplies and robots and video games and manga and...squid flavored candy...what?
@ AC: Hey, don't knock until you've tried it...Then let me know how it tastes.
I was lucky enough to live in Japan for 2 years...and if everything works out, I will be moving back next year for another 3-4 years. I loved everything about it. Two years wasn't nearly long enough. I love Japan too!
Go ahead, say it! You know you want to: