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Thread: The Pazuzu thread

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    Artists of MH 英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member Stiluz's Avatar
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    Re: The Pazuzu thread

    Pazuzu, how was your personal experience in Japan as a student and person in general?
    I'm thinking of doing half a year or something there in the future.


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    Re: The Pazuzu thread

    Well, at least from my point of view it changes you a huge amount. No matter how much Japanese you know, you're never ever prepared for the first time you go there, so the language barrier is so horribly terrifying at the start, but when it passes everythingg starts to even out well.
    Living on your own in a completely different culture definitely teaches you to fend for yourself, anyway. I brought over this fantastic cookery book full of recipes for students. Was useful about twice in my whole stay, because what you can get over there is totally different. So yeah, it makes you grow as a person, definitely.
    Student-wise, you have again a whole different college system, so at the start you again have the *flail* period, but it doesn't take long to figure out that the hardest part of Japanese uni is actually getting into it, and it's smooth sailing from there. So it leaves you a lot of time to go find something Japanese-ish to do.

    So yeah, go. You won't regret it. No matter how much you might wee yourself the first couple of weeks, once you get into the swing of things it's the best thing ever. Especially as a student, you can do a huge amount that a working person could never do.

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    Re: The Pazuzu thread

    *randomly glomps pazuzu*
    I wonder if you still notice the thread when I do it


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    Re: The Pazuzu thread

    Pazuzu was a translator for Naruto! With Inane! Ahh RIP Inane. To bad for all those other projects that were abandoned middle stream.

    I wonder what happened to Aliera and James and other staff.
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