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Posted on 2011-01-10 19:12:09 by ck

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Posted on 2011-01-14 06:39:14 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Wow. I've broken several of those rules already. Whoops.

Posted on 2011-02-10 16:28:22 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
I break all these rules all the time. fuck it. Namely the mixing the wasabi with soy sauce, I do that all the time. and wtf putting it in ur mouth fish down, thats retarded. fuck it.

Posted on 2011-03-16 16:28:23 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
Yeah I know these rules. I ignore them in the Chinese restaurant run by Korean people from which I get my sushi that is made by a Mexican. If I had a REAL sushi bar within 100 miles of my home, I might be polite in front of the chef. Unless he was being cold/rude toward me when I came in showing proper Japanese etiquette, as I am a fan of cultural awareness. If he's not going to be nice to me since I know his culture's rules, I'm just going to enjoy my sushi however I want, just like any other American.

Posted on 2011-10-08 23:36:06 Score: 0 (vote Up/Down)    (Report as spam)
The chopstick thing is well-known. Americans sometimes engage in calculatedly rude acts where the intent is not to be rude, but to send you a message in a manner more subtle than simply yelling at you. Often, when we rub our chopsticks together, we're TELLING you that these chopsticks are splintery.



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