Kittychosen's past comments

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    Kittychosen

    Following all the "trans" news lately I read the headline as "Multiple-gender dance extravaganza" and thought "how amazing, wish I was still in Osaka".

    Now I realise my mistake, however amazing the show can be, it will never meet my expectations now!

    Posted in: Multiple-genre dance extravaganza to be held in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka

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    Kittychosen

    I would rather smell a freshly lit cigarette than the over-powering chemical stench of perfume, aftershave, laundry detergents and fabric conditioners.

    I cannot sit in my garden in the summertime without being choked by the stench of my neighbours chemical-soaked laundry on the line. I cannot walk down a city street without being choked by chemical perfumes and aftershaves.

    My husband's natural tobacco self-rolled cigarette smells sweeter than all of the above.

    Posted in: Vast majority of women in survey say no to guys who smoke

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    Since this first 'broke' I wondered where is the story. Really, no-one is interested.

    Posted in: CCTV shows British schoolgirls in Istanbul on way to Syria

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    I travelled in China in 1989, and I still say to this day, that in all the world they had the filthiest toilets I have ever seen. If I ever returned to China and had to use their toilets it would be in wellies, not sandals!

    The phrase 'sour grapes' sprang immediately to mind.

    Posted in: China media mock Japan's luxury lavatories

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    @PitaHito

    'But you shouldn’t look at it as a magic food.'

    I think is the conclusion!

    Posted in: Is milk good for you? A look at the science

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    I have never felt as safe in all my life as the years I spent in Osaka. As a woman, a wonderful hassel free time.

    Posted in: Tokyo named safest city in world; Osaka No. 3

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    It's much easier to reverse into a parking space - you can get into a much smaller (shorter) space if parking on a roadside, and you can get into a narrow space more easily when in a car park. It's part of the driving test for that reason.

    I live in a road with limited parking and can reverse into a space only a little longer than my car, whereas driving in would be impossible.

    The poor man is absolutely not at fault for reversing - it's part of driving. I can only think he was too hasty.

    Posted in: Woman killed after husband backs car into her while parking

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    @ebonyninja:

    "If I were a woman I would be afraid to enter into a relationship ,[sic] when a break-up could result in death. "

    For goodness sake, who on earth would?!

    And if you were a man?? Would you not be afraid?

    Posted in: Osaka policeman arrested over murder of girlfriend

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    Kittychosen

    Wonderful - at least someone still has some spirit in these over-sanitised, OTT PC days. Hope I have as much gumption to go against the grain when I get to his age. Well Done Nishimura san!!

    Posted in: Smoker arrested after causing trouble on train

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    Kittychosen

    Strange, I thought Prep school was for 3-4 year-olds. So a minor indeed!

    Posted in: Prep school student arrested for stabbing classmate

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    Kittychosen

    The study was top news in Japan, where the photogenic Obokata, a Harvard-trained scientist, became a phenomenon.

    "...where the photogenic Obokata..."

    And the point of this comment is??!!

    Posted in: Riken panel dismisses ground-breaking stem cell study

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    Kittychosen

    But they could build houses that have rooves with a steeper pitch.

    Posted in: 74-year-old man dies after falling from roof while clearing snow

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    @Kato_Koshiro

    The current Xmas was once the Mid-winter festival until the church steamrollered it and made it their festival. It is not 'Christ's' birthday.

    Posted in: Japanese wives in int'l marriages share what they hate about Christmas overseas

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    @SpeaklikeGandhi

    To me it is a very cruel process.

    To who? She is dead, there is no cruelty involved. Sounds like you are being over-sentmental about the human body.

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    @commanteer

    Thank you for the link - it's beautiful!

    Posted in: Sound no barrier for 'world's fastest' pianist

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    @Fadamor

    So put your rubbish in your bag or in your pockets then! And do not expect others to have to deal with the waste from the products you bought and are responsible for.

    Why the belief that litter bins are the root of the problem? Bins or not, I always put all rubbish into my bag, take it home and sort it for recycling. It is human's greediness, selfishness and laziness that is the problem

    Posted in: Halloween revelers turn Shibuya into garbage dump

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    Kittychosen

    The most important sentence in the whole article:

    "The results may not apply to people of other ethnic origins with different levels of lactose tolerance, they said. "

    More research is needed into the differences of various dairy foods on our systems -

    "The team found that fermented milk products like cheese or yoghurt were associated with lower mortality and fracture rates, particularly in women."

    Posted in: Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions

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    Kittychosen

    Milk jam?? I think 'condensed milk' is the better known name. No food cupboard stocked for the apocalypse should be without it!

    Posted in: Brilliant use for the almost expired milk in your fridge: It’s time for some milk jam

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    Never, ever, in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would take Hashimoto's side on anything!

    After 19 mins of that I was relieved when the video ended and Sakurai's constant jabbering was silenced. How wonderful if he could be silenced so easily in real life.He really sank to some depths there.

    Having Korean Japanese in-laws I can see the hurt he causes everytime he opens his putrid little mouth.

    Are Koreans really a separate ethnic group? J-hubby (KJ-hubby) tells me that originally the Japanese Emperors were from Korea...

    Posted in: Hashimoto, Zaitokukai chairman get into shouting match

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    @CrazyJoeOct.

    Guns most certainly do belong in the right hands, which are those of the law.

    But you don't know which crazy person made the law. Just because it is the law of the land doesn't mean it is a just law. Although I'm sure many a despot would agree with you.

    Posted in: Man jailed for 2 years for making guns with 3D printer

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