Ultra Magnetic Top!

nagpunta ako sa japanese consular office sa los angeles nung thursday para kumuha ng visa. oo, nag apply ako para maging US navy ng japan. actually, may business trip ako sa january at yung mga mangmang na tulad kong mayroong pinoy passport na nakatira sa southern california ay kailangan ng personal appearance bago bigyan ng permit na makapasok sa land of the rising sun.

nung interview portion na, tinanong ako ng consular officer kung bakit ako bibisita ng japan. sabi ko, gusto kong pumunta sa camp big falcon para magpa autograph kay doctor armstrong.

tiningnan lang niya ako na para akong sira ulo.

21 thoughts on “Ultra Magnetic Top!

  1. Yung friend kong kumuha ng visa dito sa Japanese embassy ganyan din ang tanong.

    Hapon: Why do you want to visit Japan?
    Pinoy: I want to go to Tokyo Disneyland.
    Hapon: Why don’t you go to Disneyland Florida instead?
    Pinoy: They don’t have Mickey Mouse that look like this. (sabay hila ng daliri sa mga mata para mag mukhang singkit).

    His visa was approved!

  2. ah Japan great country…kaya lang panay Japanese ang signages diyan..but dont worry..kahit na maligaw ka dahil di mo maintindihan ang nakasulat…dami Pinoy diyan ..na puwede mapagtanungan..

  3. Sabi naman nung kaibigan kong may asawang haponesa, pag nagigipit daw ng mapagtatanungan, yung mga matatanda na buhay na noong giyera ang magaling mag ingles. Sigure dahil na-expose sa ‘kano pagkasuko nila.

  4. actually, you’d be surprised. based on my experience from my previous trips to japan, marami akong nakaka usap doon na nakaka intindi ng english.

    nahihiya lang silang mag salita in a different language.

  5. nakita ko ulit yung toilet bowl na push button….hi tek….kamusta mo na lang ako kay lilltle john….siguro may asawa at anak na yun…he he he…

  6. Naku sir, wala na ang armstrong brothers dun sa big falcon…haven’t you heard, nagmigrate na rin sila diyan nung dot.com explosion hehehehe..

    Buti pa dalawin niyo si Sho Kosugi at yung mga ninja….

  7. I had a job assignment there for 6 friggin’ weeks, Jay-san. If you can, visit Akihabara, eat at a local Yoshinoya establishment, and get in a subway train during rush hour!

  8. hey richy. kamusta?

    wala akong kasawa sawa sa japan. i’ve been to akihabara many times, eaten in too may japanese joints and i love the train stations during rush hour.

    masarap din sakyan ang shinkansen. one time nagpunta kami ng osaka, ito ang ginamit naming transpo.

  9. sarap mo naman nipon-bound…having lived there, mis ko lahat everything about japan…mostly, not having to worry about crime.

    enjoy pero ingat pa rin.

    sayonara, tomadachi-san.

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