plroybal

plroybal
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Recent pages by plroybal

A review of the "Perfect Game Guide" for Final Fantasy X-2 by Nemis1s.
Why you should care about travel website Caroline's Rainbow Foundation.
You know that thing that you still have to do? Have you done it yet? Yeah, I didn't think so...
Feeling romantic? Learn how to tell your loved one how you feel in six different languages.
Feeling down or bored? Check out these YouTube videos... they're guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
The world is full of possibilities. Whether you’re bored, looking for a self-esteem boost or even something to put on your CV, have a dabble at one, a few (or even all!) of these personal challenges to add to your bucket list.
Microwave potatoes are a delicious, inexpensive meal that can be eaten for lunch, dinner or even as a party snack. They also go well with anything you may have in your cupboard or fridge, and they can be enjoyed almost any time of the day. The best feature about them is that they can ...
A short summary of the first Japanese alphabet, Hiragana.
Although it helps to practise and immerse yourself in the culture, you don't have to be living in Japan to improve your Japanese. Here's some top tips for learning from your home country in an effective way.
A review of the Chicago pizza restaurant in Tokyo, Devil Craft.
I've written "Things in Japan I Don't Miss", now let's take a look at a more positive note: things in Japan I loved, and can't wait to see/experience again.
Maid Cafés are a unique and very fun experience, highlighting the crazy fantasy world of anime and Otaku culture.
#2 in the "Things I Wish I Knew" series. This focuses on the whole reason why you're in Tokyo in the first place: studying.
Japan is a great place to live - but like any country, there are downsides too.
6 things people do on Facebook that really grind my gears. Did I miss any? Vent here!
#1 in the "Things I Wish I Knew" series, about perhaps the most important factor of all: money.
Everything about the chav, from the habitat to breeding habits, aggression and evolution, and how to avoid wild chavs in your area.
Can't afford professional language lessons? This article is about how to teach yourself Japanese without spending a penny.
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