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Made a bit unhealthy stuff last night but it was GOOD . Deep fried onion rings with chili mayo! Had some chicken on the side as well.

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That's what I call good shit

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My meal last night when I got home drunk from going out

Nothing beats this;



White rice, chicken fillet pieces in Ketjap Manis (soya) sauce and Krupuk with it


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I believe so too. But wherever you grow up, it's always hard to learn a different language no matter what it is. Well at least I can speak Cantonese reasonably fluently -- except for any other bolder words, I would have no idea how to say them or know what they mean .

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I didn't know you knew more than one language I was always horrendous with intonation based languages like mandarin and especially cantonese. I speak Japanese semi fluently, but my kanji knowledge is shit, maybe limited to 200-250 characters (you need to know 1945 to be considered fluent )
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Yeah well that's the problem of having a Cantonese background . I can speak Cantonese relatively okay, but what you get in return - horrible, horrible parents. One can't imagine the hell I go through each day, seriously . Come to think of it, we're in Australia, so I kind of don't even need Cantonese all that much.

Japanese is way too hard for me. How the fuck a person can speak it fluently is beyond me. I heard about that yeah, about approximately two thousand characters to be fluent. Hell I didn't even know more than 30 when I was doing it as a subject at school, and now I've forgotten all of it. If only every language is as easy as English

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Yeah well that's the problem of having a Cantonese background . I can speak Cantonese relatively okay, but what you get in return - horrible, horrible parents. One can't imagine the hell I go through each day, seriously . Come to think of it, we're in Australia, so I kind of don't even need Cantonese all that much.

Japanese is way too hard for me. How the fuck a person can speak it fluently is beyond meI heard about that yeah, about approximately two thousand characters to be fluent. Hell I didn't even know more than 30 when I was doing it as a subject at school, and now I've forgotten all of it. If only every language is as easy as English
By living there a couple of years

Anyway, it's not as difficult as it looks, unless you mean keigo, which even some natives struggle with, me I would use standard polite speech which is more than enough The pronounciation is actually easier than english and grammar isn't as wonky either especially when it comes to tenses (only have present and past in japanese). Conjugations take some time to get used to, but no big deal. The biggest thing is kanji, you are lulled into false sense of security when learning kana, but if you' re lazy like me learning all the characters is a pain. Like I said I can hold a casual conversation reasonably well, but make me read a newspaper and I am helpless, unless it comes with furigana, which only children's books do.
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Asians and their wacky language, let alone being Asian myself

Pizza Hut for dinner

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Well, I can't speak/read/write Mandarin at all . You'll be fine

That sounds like heaven . Seafood galore. Lucky you

Anyways; when I go to HK, this is my kind of food to have for lunch/dinner:


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You can't beat these.
sorry, cannot stand the deep fried fish skin, looks horrible and i hate fish

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My meal last night when I got home drunk from going out

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White rice, chicken fillet pieces in Ketjap Manis (soya) sauce and Krupuk with it
your appetite is small for a man in my opinion, no wonder you are so fit

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the fish skin looks very dirty

i prefer 炸雲吞

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Fried fish skin is da best, you just don't see it . Anyways, strange that you like seafood but you don't like fish

I like that as well

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Fried fish skin is da best, you just don't see it
no guts to try, just like smelly bean-curt? (臭豆腐)

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Smelly tofu . Makes me sick just smelling it for a second

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i hate the smell of fish (fishy, 好 "腥")

and too much bones that may get you a death if they got stuck in your throat

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