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    _Vincent_ is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by qualia View Post
    Ethnicity: Chinese
    Nationality: Indonesian
    Currently living in: Australia <-- as an international student lol

    How's that for a change?
    woah you live in aussie too? I bet your one of those people who stand around in Kino reading mangas for hours (well I'm one of them but who cares) XD

    @Atrum: didn't know your Filo too ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Vincent_ View Post
    @Atrum: didn't know your Filo too ^^
    You too? Yay, Pinoy community sticks together.

    So it's me, Vincent, staind...

    All other flips reveal yourselves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Vincent_ View Post
    woah you live in aussie too? I bet your one of those people who stand around in Kino reading mangas for hours (well I'm one of them but who cares) XD
    Well... Sadly there's no Kino down here in Adelaide. So it's Borders instead (and yes there's a point where I can wait in Borders for hours). That kinda goes when I find that I've got a ton of anime lying around for me to watch (well, not lying around, they're in my HD, so yeah). Now that you brought it up.. I haven't read online manga for a while... For some reason I don't know.

    What's worse, coz there's Gloria Jeans right at the back (and coincidentally where the Manga section is), you can actually see people reading mangas on their (Gloria Jeans') tables. With or Without coffee.
    Last edited by qualia; 05-25-2008 at 08:07 AM.

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    I'd like to die with the songs I love stuck in my head. I hope to make the most of these hollow bones we become.
    I raise a toast to the the souls that sang all along. I've been gathering friends to just to make some sounds,
    before the ship goes down, I've been making amends by making the rounds before the whole world ends


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    ->Romanian
    ->living in Germany ^^

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    I'm a Filipino in the phils.

    hahah! I didn't know two of frequent posters here were fils!

    Then atrum and vincent should be familiar with my sig. My sig is what often english speakers on the elevator freaks out of and say:

    "Wtf? are you serious it means that?! four same syllables equals a phrase! Are you freakin kidding me?"
    Tagalog: "Bababa ba?"
    English: "Are you going down?"

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    ^ Isn't it babae aba?

    Or nasa papunta babae?

    I was born in America, I'm not too familiar with Tagalog.

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    Korean
    Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3dKnight View Post
    hoorde(hordes?) dat De(of the?) "negers(*cough* yeah)" over there are on a rampage in south africa
    blijkbaar(apparently?) ging(going?) alles(everything?) downhill
    toen ze(after the?) de apartheid(Apartheid, safe bet) afschafte(removal?)
    Just some random guesses. I am betting we don't want a translation.

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    ^tis dutch, something about everything going down..

 

 
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