Sunday, June 13, 2010

Where to Watch World Cup Soccer in Tokyo

At least for the Nigeria games, why not watch with 30 or so Nigerians?

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On the streets of Kabukicho.

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At 2 seconds into the the halftime, their boss yelled, "Back to work!" You don't want to be the one white guy around when that happens. Unless you are looking to have sex for money. In that case, enjoy. The Nigerians know some good clubs.

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Is that culturally insensitive? The truth is, if you walk around Kabukocho at night, you will be approached by a ton of Nigerians trying to get you into the clubs. Or that one old Eastern European guy. Do you know who I'm talking about? I guess he's been here for like 30 years. If you have more info about him, email me, I'm curious.

1 comment:

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