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Postby malika » 18 Apr 2008 15:15

So...nobody ever told me about this forum! :p

I'm Malika, I like tacos, Catholic schoolgirls, violence and things that make loud noises! I've gotten into Dune a few years ago, more into the original six novels (and for some reason a lot into the stuff from God Emperor of Dune and the two following novels) than the stuff Kevin J Anderson and Brian Herbert wrote...I dunno, I just got the vibe as if the Dune universe got dumbed down a lot, eventhough I do like their attempt at adding more of a "war sci fi" element to it (must be my Warhammer 40k roots :p).

But yeah...here I am...GIVE ME TACOS!!!

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Postby Mandy » 18 Apr 2008 15:27

Hello.. tacos are good!

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Postby malika » 18 Apr 2008 15:30

Tacos are awesome! If I were on a deserted island and could pick only one kind of food it would definitely be tacos! Only problem is though...if I were to live on a deserted island it would mean that it was no longer deserted!

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Postby Freakzilla » 18 Apr 2008 15:38

Mmmm... Taaaaacoooooooos.

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Postby orald » 18 Apr 2008 16:56

malika wrote:I'm Malika, I like tacos, Catholic schoolgirls, violence and things that make loud noises!

I just love schoolgirls. And girls. And ungirls too. :P
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Postby Serkanner » 18 Apr 2008 17:32

malika wrote:I'm Malika, I like tacos, Catholic schoolgirls, violence and things that make loud noises!


I like 'm too, especially when they have tiny little moustaches.

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Postby Tleszer » 18 Apr 2008 23:29

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Postby SandChigger » 19 Apr 2008 00:27

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Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 04:55

Serkanner wrote:
malika wrote:I'm Malika, I like tacos, Catholic schoolgirls, violence and things that make loud noises!


I like 'm too, especially when they have tiny little moustaches.


Hmm...you got those too nowadays huh? Man...the world is getting crazier and crazier, my roommate just overdosed me on Japanese gamesshows in which schoolgirls get...well, you can fill in the picture because it would probably get me banned! :lol:

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Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 05:35

I think the A-bombs mutated the whole Japanese populace's brain structure.
I don't mind the robotics R&D that much(at least not the functional ones, not the toy dogs and useless gadget stuff) but the rest... :?
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Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 05:41

Hmm...perhaps it has something to do with a "decay of morality" (makes me feel so horribly self-righteous for using that term...kind of like the Dutch politicians from the Christian parties who are running the show) of consumer society. With one click you can watch porn, violence, etc. We (well, I don't know how old all you guys and girls here are, but lets say the young people of today) are a generation that can no longer be shocked be these things. In Japan this has been going on for a bit longer, but also due to different views on morality and sexuality. I don't know if in Japan they would actually get off from certain disturbing things or just watch them because they are disturbing and laugh at it.

By the way...did you know that animal porn was the biggest branch of the "fetish porn" production worldwide? :shock:

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Postby SandChigger » 19 Apr 2008 05:50

Actually, they had a pretty good thing going over here until the introduction of Western/"Christian" "morality" (read: self-righteous hypocrisy?).

Really, Orald, if you want to slag off your local towelheads, be my guest and knock yerself out. But lay off my adopted peeps, how about? :twisted:
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Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 05:57

Don't worry about that, it's normal to view the sexuality of other ethnicities as strange and deviant. Just look at the racial sexual stereotypes:
-black men have large penises
-black women can't control their sexuality
-Asian women are obedient
-Asian men have small penises
-etc.

Other cultures would probably look at us in a similar view. Ethnosexual boundaries man! :p

But yeah...Japan had some crazy stuff even before the Europeans showed up, I mean look for "The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife" (type it on on google and go to the wikipedia link, I'm not posting the thing here because it might be considered breaking the rule of posting pornographic material). They didn't need Western/"Christian" morality/art/etc to come up with their own stuff.

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Postby Nekhrun » 19 Apr 2008 07:24

Back to tacos, my friends and I had a taco bell wrapper signed by Anthony Bourdain to Tacolicious. I'm having a hard time loading the picture right now, I'll see what I can do later.

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Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 08:56

We don't have taco bell in this part of the world, we used to have this fancy Mexican restaurant, but they closed down because the kitchen wasn't that hygienic. Later on we had this other Mexican place who also delivered stuff, but they closed down because their tacos sucked a lot. Now I'm forced to make my own tacos... :(

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Postby SandChigger » 19 Apr 2008 12:36

What's his show really called again, Without Reservations? I get it on Discovery Channel and love it! :D

The Japanese retitling unfortunately translates to something like "Anthony...Eats the World!" I give up. :roll:
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Postby Mandy » 19 Apr 2008 13:33

I love that show. Probably the most interesting food and travel show I've ever seen.

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Postby Spicelon » 19 Apr 2008 13:52

It's on the Travel Channel. No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain, or Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations. Something like that.

Get his book Kitchen Confidential. Fascinating reading.
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Postby orald » 19 Apr 2008 13:57

Sorry, Chig, but when you have tantacle sex(i.e Fisherman's Wife) this indicates a serious cultural problem.
I can understand camel molesting by my Arab cousins(heh, stating it as a fact sure feels nice), but tentacle sex?

And if talking about sex streotypes, the Germen are streotyped(or is it just "known"?) for their kinkiness.

Don't worry about that, it's normal to view the sexuality of other ethnicities as strange and deviant.

What's NOT deviant about tentacle sex of little schoolgirls(most portrayed as barely into their teens to judge from the "normal" anime)?! :?
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Postby malika » 19 Apr 2008 15:34

Sorry, Chig, but when you have tantacle sex(i.e Fisherman's Wife) this indicates a serious cultural problem.
I can understand camel molesting by my Arab cousins(heh, stating it as a fact sure feels nice), but tentacle sex?

I wonder how common this hentai material is... I mean they have girls being molested by tentacles, here you can go to websites where girls get sodomized by horses or dogs. I think that in the US and Europe we just put more focus on that kind of Japanese pornography because their normal porn is probably like our normal porn and thus less interesting and exotic.

And if talking about sex streotypes, the Germen are streotyped(or is it just "known"?) for their kinkiness.

Scheiße movies and all that right? :P

What's NOT deviant about tentacle sex of little schoolgirls(most portrayed as barely into their teens to judge from the "normal" anime)?!

And what's not deviant about a white American girl having sex with a donkey in some grassy field in Texas? These are just acts, the point I was trying to make is that each culture/society/whatever tends to view the other culture's sexuality (in general) as wrong or strange by stereotyping it.


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