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    StealthMoose is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    The club I work in tried to put on a Chinese New Years night. Part of their attempt consisted of serving this Sake vodka shit. Now I'm not exactly an expert on the nuances of international relationships but I'm pretty confident that Sake is a Japanese drink. I'm also fairly positive the Chinese and Japanese aren't all that fond of each other... I guess its pretty fortunate that no Chinese people actually turned up then.

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    The realization that last night was Chinese New Year's Eve makes the events all the more amusing. That was the craziest night I've had since, well, new year's.

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    my new year sucks, i never like hanging out with the family and i got a super lotto plus ticket from my uncle who i only see twice a year. he even came from florida all the way to CA. i was like wth?! o.O
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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthMoose View Post
    The club I work in tried to put on a Chinese New Years night. Part of their attempt consisted of serving this Sake vodka shit. Now I'm not exactly an expert on the nuances of international relationships but I'm pretty confident that Sake is a Japanese drink. I'm also fairly positive the Chinese and Japanese aren't all that fond of each other... I guess its pretty fortunate that no Chinese people actually turned up then.
    sake is just rice wine. and fuck, theres plenty of rice in China.

    You're kind of right though, China isnt really known for it's sake. Their liquor is better, in my opinion. Its a little sweeter and heavier, generally. Hard to find in the states though. T_T

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthMoose View Post
    I'm also fairly positive the Chinese and Japanese aren't all that fond of each other
    just replace Sake with rice wine.
    Japanese and Chinese also share the same lunar new year
    unless the Japanese invented a new one instead.

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    Yay, Chinese New Year! I knew someone with two birthdays becuse when they came to America they didn't know about the differences between the two calenders.

    *Waits for money in mail* I don't live that close to my Chinese relatives.

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    hey just came from slogging around sludge filled Chinatown... twas freezing but awesome, had some good REAL chinese food, got some cheap brand name stuff, and some of those party cannons that launch confetti five stories in the air.

    btw wats the deal with those parachute things that everyone is fighting to catch?


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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthMoose View Post
    The club I work in tried to put on a Chinese New Years night. Part of their attempt consisted of serving this Sake vodka shit. Now I'm not exactly an expert on the nuances of international relationships but I'm pretty confident that Sake is a Japanese drink. I'm also fairly positive the Chinese and Japanese aren't all that fond of each other... I guess its pretty fortunate that no Chinese people actually turned up then.
    reminds me of that hot asian chick i saw at the club friday. I should of talked and try to get her digits. Me being asian, i should be good at determining who is what. Like if someone is chinese, viet, etc, but i couldnt figure out what she was....wait...now that i think about it...i do, she was HOT!


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    Quote Originally Posted by deuce22 View Post
    reminds me of that hot asian chick i saw at the club friday. I should of talked and try to get her digits. Me being asian, i should be good at determining who is what. Like if someone is chinese, viet, etc, but i couldnt figure out what she was....wait...now that i think about it...i do, she was HOT!
    Imagine if she was actually a guy. That would be funny. Well not for you but I think it's pretty funny if that was true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel View Post
    Imagine if she was actually a guy. That would be funny. Well not for you but I think it's pretty funny if that was true.
    if that was true, i would stab both my eyes with a pencil. She was too hot to be a guy tho. =p We made eye contact a few times...hehe. = )....but nothing more. Didnt get to rub up on her. = (

    back on topic: Happy chinese new years!


 

 
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