Australian D-Addicts

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Where about in Australia are you?

VIC
85
39%
NSW
82
37%
NT
1
0%
QLD
25
11%
SA
10
5%
TAS
4
2%
WA
12
5%
 
Total votes: 219

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AnimeDad
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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 03:09

I was born in Scotland, but i've been here since I was 4 :) Aussies as :)

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Post by mewific » Jan 24th, '09, 03:12

^^cool! :) I've been in Sydney for less than a year.

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 03:38

mewific wrote:Saki, wow! lucky you! I always wish I knew how to speak in Japanese. Makes life easier ne?

AnimeDad and xploring, what are your nationalities? I'm Filipino btw. :)
Hey Mewific,
Oh your Filipino, I'm Japanese~!! :)

Someone must of read somewhere that I'm Japanese so that's probably why they asked me to join that group to help them out?
But I'm not going to do it....

Do you live in Sydney? There is so many people from NSW~!!!! I'm from Gold Coast btw. :)

I'd like to watch Celeb to Binbo taro next.
I'm trying to watch Code-blue at the moment cos Yamapi is in it lol :P :lol

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 03:59

AnimeDad wrote:http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Minna_Mukashi_wa_Kodomo_Datta

It doesn't really explain it well though. It's really about how kids from the city fit in to a country town when they attend the Rural Study Program. It's really good :) xploring and I are doing subs for it - from bad Engrish subs ripped from a Chinese bootleg DVD.
Oh ok, I've never seen that drama before... I always watch old dramas though.
There's no subs for that drama?!? :unsure:

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Post by xploring » Jan 24th, '09, 05:08

Saki wrote:
AnimeDad wrote:http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Minna_Mukashi_wa_Kodomo_Datta

It doesn't really explain it well though. It's really about how kids from the city fit in to a country town when they attend the Rural Study Program. It's really good :) xploring and I are doing subs for it - from bad Engrish subs ripped from a Chinese bootleg DVD.
Oh ok, I've never seen that drama before... I always watch old dramas though.
There's no subs for that drama?!? :unsure:
http://www.d-addicts.com/forum/viewtopic_68391.htm

I thought you wouldn't need subs? It would be good if you can correct/improve it ;) , but if not, then enjoy the series.

I was originally from Hong Kong, but have been here for more than 18 years.

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 05:18

xploring wrote:
Saki wrote:
AnimeDad wrote:http://wiki.d-addicts.com/Minna_Mukashi_wa_Kodomo_Datta

It doesn't really explain it well though. It's really about how kids from the city fit in to a country town when they attend the Rural Study Program. It's really good :) xploring and I are doing subs for it - from bad Engrish subs ripped from a Chinese bootleg DVD.
Oh ok, I've never seen that drama before... I always watch old dramas though.
There's no subs for that drama?!? :unsure:
http://www.d-addicts.com/forum/viewtopic_68391.htm

I thought you wouldn't need subs? It would be good if you can correct/improve it ;) , but if not, then enjoy the series.

I was originally from Hong Kong, but have been here for more than 18 years.
I was just asking if there is subs for that drama, I don't need it though, I rather watch the raws vids than subs cos it can be annoying sometimes cos I tend to read it lol...

Hey those drama is small~!! :D
To download that drama all I have to do is click on download?!? :unsure:
(sorry not sure what to do... never download vids like that before...) :-(

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Post by mewific » Jan 24th, '09, 05:33

Saki wrote: Hey Mewific,
Oh your Filipino, I'm Japanese~!! :)

Someone must of read somewhere that I'm Japanese so that's probably why they asked me to join that group to help them out?
But I'm not going to do it....
Too much work, huh? Yeah, I think you really need to be soooo passionate about dramas in order for you to be convinced to sub it.

Saki wrote: Do you live in Sydney? There is so many people from NSW~!!!! I'm from Gold Coast btw. :)
Yep, I do! I don't know anyone in NSW who's addicted to jdramas and kdramas though..
Saki wrote: I'd like to watch Celeb to Binbo taro next.
Yipee!!! That one's really fun to watch! Taro's kids are so kawaii!!! Not to mention that Kassy is smokin'! :wub:

Saki wrote: I'm trying to watch Code-blue at the moment cos Yamapi is in it lol :P :lol

Hahaha! That's my exact reason for watching code blue. The SP subs' out! I'm going to watch it after posting this and let you know...

For me the first episode of code blue's the best! HAHAHAHAHA! :w00t:

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 07:44

Saki: Those are the subtitle files.

I have the raws if you want a copy.

mewific: I'm just south of Wollongong ;)

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Post by seri » Jan 24th, '09, 07:53

mewific: come now, there are heaps of ppl from NSW, myself included ^_^ though, i must say that most of them are lurkers and don't participate much in this forum lol (myself included once again XD )
but anyhow, hope you enjoy CB SP!! maybe you'll recognise my nick after you watch it ;)

on another note... a big hello to the other aussies here~ ^_^

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 08:11

mewific wrote:
Saki wrote: Hey Mewific,
Oh your Filipino, I'm Japanese~!! :)

Someone must of read somewhere that I'm Japanese so that's probably why they asked me to join that group to help them out?
But I'm not going to do it....
Too much work, huh? Yeah, I think you really need to be soooo passionate about dramas in order for you to be convinced to sub it.

Saki wrote: Do you live in Sydney? There is so many people from NSW~!!!! I'm from Gold Coast btw. :)
Yep, I do! I don't know anyone in NSW who's addicted to jdramas and kdramas though..
Saki wrote: I'd like to watch Celeb to Binbo taro next.
Yipee!!! That one's really fun to watch! Taro's kids are so kawaii!!! Not to mention that Kassy is smokin'! :wub:

Saki wrote: I'm trying to watch Code-blue at the moment cos Yamapi is in it lol :P :lol

Hahaha! That's my exact reason for watching code blue. The SP subs' out! I'm going to watch it after posting this and let you know...

For me the first episode of code blue's the best! HAHAHAHAHA! :w00t:
Lol yea too much work~!! :P

I can't wait to watch Binbo taro~!! :D

Cool~!! I'll have to finish watching Code Blue~!! :) Yamapi is soooo hot in it~!! hahaha~!! :lol

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 08:14

AnimeDad wrote:Saki: Those are the subtitle files.

I have the raws if you want a copy.

mewific: I'm just south of Wollongong ;)
Cool~!! I'll download it maybe next week. :D
(Have to keep an eye on my download limit...) :(

Omg it is soooooooooo HOT and HUMID today~!!!! :( 32.5C in my room at the moment...outside would be hotter...sighs. :(

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 08:18

It was like 35C here... but we just got a southerly change, it's down to about 20C now :thumright:

Saki, I could post you a copy, it all fits on one DVD.

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 08:23

AnimeDad wrote:It was like 35C here... but we just got a southerly change, it's down to about 20C now :thumright:

Saki, I could post you a copy, it all fits on one DVD.
WOW 35C?!? How can you survive with that heat~!!!!! :O
Jeez the temp went down sooooo much!!
The temp won't go down a bit until maybe later tonight... :(
I hate the summer, it's soooooooo HOT!!!!! :cry:

Really?!? Hmm, but what can I do for you in return?!?

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 08:29

Oh yea, has anyone here watched the drama Innocent Love?!?

I watched it on keyhole tv, it was great~!!! :D

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 08:33

Well, you wouldn't have to do anything. I'm just being a good d-addict. :)

Unless you are able to translate a few lines of Japanese for me? I'm kinda stuck on something in Top Sales (doing the same thing for that series, doing subs from bad Engrish subs). I have the lines in Kanji and I can't work it out :( and online translators are no help.

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 08:41

AnimeDad wrote:Well, you wouldn't have to do anything. I'm just being a good d-addict. :)

Unless you are able to translate a few lines of Japanese for me? I'm kinda stuck on something in Top Sales (doing the same thing for that series, doing subs from bad Engrish subs). I have the lines in Kanji and I can't work it out :( and online translators are no help.
Really? That would be sooooo good! :D

What kind of things do you want me to translate? I can try, but not sure? :unsure:
Kanji as in Chinese kanji? Cos if that is then I can't read it, cos Chinese and Japanese kanji is different....

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 09:15

No, Japanese kanji. I'll find it and PM it to you.

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 10:23

Ok then, I hope I can help you...if not I'm really sorry :(

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Post by Skobb » Jan 24th, '09, 10:27

Wow, this thread has been really active lately ><
Hey Saki, I'll send you every asian drama, song, and anime I have if you translate Tokumei Kakarichou Tadano Hitoshi for me hahaha :P

Does anybody know how much it costs to post 5 or 10 dvds? I would't put them in cases ofcourse..

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 10:31

Only a few dollars. I sent 12 to the USA and it cost $9.00 :)

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Post by Skobb » Jan 24th, '09, 10:35

Ahh cool, do you use one of them big envelopes or a padded bag(?)?

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 24th, '09, 10:47

Those were in a padded bag, but i've sent them in those CD mailers you can buy at the post office.

I once sent a spindle of 25 to xploring, cost about $6.00

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Post by xploring » Jan 24th, '09, 11:19

I didn't know it is so cheap to send discs overseas. Maybe I will start trading with people in US then.

AD, can you send me the rest of the srt files for Minna Kodomo? I want to get started on it.

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Post by Skobb » Jan 24th, '09, 12:48

Oh wow.. That is pretty cheap ><

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Post by mewific » Jan 24th, '09, 15:33

seri wrote:mewific: come now, there are heaps of ppl from NSW, myself included ^_^ though, i must say that most of them are lurkers and don't participate much in this forum lol (myself included once again XD )
but anyhow, hope you enjoy CB SP!! maybe you'll recognise my nick after you watch it ;)

on another note... a big hello to the other aussies here~ ^_^
yaaay! glad to know that! :D i've been feeling like a lonely fish in an ocean cause I can't talk to anyone about asian dramas (coz no one watches at work! LOL!). i did see your nick! WOW! :D you did a great great job at the SP! I LOOOOOOOOVE IT!

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Post by mewific » Jan 24th, '09, 15:35

AnimeDad wrote:Saki: Those are the subtitle files.

I have the raws if you want a copy.

mewific: I'm just south of Wollongong ;)
Great! :w00t: at least now I could say that I'm not alone. Hahaha!

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Post by mewific » Jan 24th, '09, 15:38

Saki wrote:Omg it is soooooooooo HOT and HUMID today~!!!! :( 32.5C in my room at the moment...outside would be hotter...sighs. :(
I have a weather widget installed and it was 40 C this afternoon! I went to the grocery and I felt as though I was being barbecued. Hahaha! :crazy:

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 21:46

mewific wrote:
Saki wrote:Omg it is soooooooooo HOT and HUMID today~!!!! :( 32.5C in my room at the moment...outside would be hotter...sighs. :(
I have a weather widget installed and it was 40 C this afternoon! I went to the grocery and I felt as though I was being barbecued. Hahaha! :crazy:
I know how you feel~!!! It's sooooooooo hot!!
40C is too much!!!
At the moment it is 31C in my room.....sighs :cry:
If my room is that hot now, today is probably going to be hot again :( I really hate Australia's summer!!

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Post by Saki » Jan 24th, '09, 21:49

AnimeDad wrote:Only a few dollars. I sent 12 to the USA and it cost $9.00 :)
Why is it so cheap to send it to USA?!? :unsure:
We sent like 1.5kg of stuff to Japan and it was like $35 or more....

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Post by xploring » Jan 25th, '09, 00:44

1.5kg is a lot heavier than 12 DVDs. I think the charges are calculated according to the weight of the package.

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Post by Saki » Jan 25th, '09, 00:48

xploring wrote:1.5kg is a lot heavier than 12 DVDs. I think the charges are calculated according to the weight of the package.

Really? 1.5kg is heavier than 12 DVDs?!? Jeez.... :O

Yea charges are calculated according to the weight.

When I was in Japan, I sent 80kgs of things to Australia, I paid like hmm, maybe $400-$500.
lol :lol

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Post by Skobb » Jan 25th, '09, 05:00

WOW that's a lot.. ><
Yeah, it's gonna be 42C here on Tuesday and Wednesday..

Summer in Japan is pretty hot too though ain't it?

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interested trading korewan dramas?

Post by madonna1268 » Jan 25th, '09, 05:46

Hi! I am from Australia and i am looking for anyone who would be interested in trading with me?
I have a list of dramas.
If anyone interested please e-mail me in this address:



snowqueen68@hotmail.com

Madonna

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Post by Saki » Jan 25th, '09, 05:53

Skobb wrote:WOW that's a lot.. ><
Yeah, it's gonna be 42C here on Tuesday and Wednesday..

Summer in Japan is pretty hot too though ain't it?
Yea it was a lot of stuff that I sent...

Yep summer in Japan is pretty hot and humid! But so many people has air conditioner in their place so it doesn't matter much!

The worst time to go to Japan is hmm, between June-August I think.

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 25th, '09, 11:56

Saki wrote:
xploring wrote:1.5kg is a lot heavier than 12 DVDs. I think the charges are calculated according to the weight of the package.

Really? 1.5kg is heavier than 12 DVDs?!? Jeez.... :O

Yea charges are calculated according to the weight.

When I was in Japan, I sent 80kgs of things to Australia, I paid like hmm, maybe $400-$500.
lol :lol
Traders usually send DVD's in paper sleeves, not in DVD or CD cases. They just make the postage cost much higher :)

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Post by Saki » Jan 25th, '09, 23:07

AnimeDad wrote:
Saki wrote:
xploring wrote:1.5kg is a lot heavier than 12 DVDs. I think the charges are calculated according to the weight of the package.

Really? 1.5kg is heavier than 12 DVDs?!? Jeez.... :O

Yea charges are calculated according to the weight.

When I was in Japan, I sent 80kgs of things to Australia, I paid like hmm, maybe $400-$500.
lol :lol
Traders usually send DVD's in paper sleeves, not in DVD or CD cases. They just make the postage cost much higher :)
I suppose if you do it that way, it would be more lighter so it would be more cheaper to send! :)

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 25th, '09, 23:55

^That's right!

BYW, Happy Australia Day mina san!

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Post by Saki » Jan 26th, '09, 00:39

Yep, HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY TOO~!! :lol :D

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Post by Skobb » Jan 26th, '09, 07:52

Happy Australia Day!! ^^

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 26th, '09, 08:21

You should be at the cricket Skobb :) Although I hear it's really hot there today. And the Aussie cricket team really sucks today :(

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Post by Skobb » Jan 26th, '09, 10:22

Yeah.. I didn't wake up until 3pm today.. Even if I did wake up earlier, screw going out when it's 38 lol
Ahh.. Back to TAFE tomorrow.. My sleeping patter is gonna be so screwed ><

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Post by mewific » Jan 26th, '09, 10:43

I was out the whole day-- HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY, everyone! Cheers!
You guys should watch Mei-chan no Shitsuji. I really like it. It has the same feel as Hana Kimi.

Is anyone watching the Australian Open? Murray lost. Jankovic lost. :O :goggle: sad...

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Post by Saki » Jan 26th, '09, 10:45

mewific wrote:I was out the whole day-- HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY, everyone! Cheers!
You guys should watch Mei-chan no Shitsuji. I really like it. It has the same feel as Hana Kimi.
Yea that drama looked a lot like Hana kimi!
Hana kimi was soooooo funny! lol :lol

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Post by Saki » Jan 26th, '09, 10:47

mewific wrote:I was out the whole day-- HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY, everyone! Cheers!
You guys should watch Mei-chan no Shitsuji. I really like it. It has the same feel as Hana Kimi.

Is anyone watching the Australian Open? Murray lost. Jankovic lost. :O :goggle: sad...
I'm watching tennis~!! :D
But not all the time though...

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Post by mewific » Jan 26th, '09, 13:24

^^ Cool :) Glad to know that.

Mei-chan's sooo Hana Kimi-ish ... Ikemen paradise part 2! :woot:

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Post by Saki » Jan 26th, '09, 22:32

mewific wrote:^^ Cool :) Glad to know that.

Mei-chan's sooo Hana Kimi-ish ... Ikemen paradise part 2! :woot:
Roger Federer is playing tonight I think! Hope he wins~!! :D
Lol! I might watch it!
There is sooooooooooo many dramas to watch!!
It's hard to keep it up!! lol :lol

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Post by mewific » Jan 26th, '09, 23:50

Saki wrote:
Roger Federer is playing tonight I think! Hope he wins~!! :D
Lol! I might watch it!
There is sooooooooooo many dramas to watch!!
It's hard to keep it up!! lol :lol
It's Safina vs Dokic tonight! :cry: I like them both! You're right though... there are soooo many dramas to watch and so little time!

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 26th, '09, 23:58

That's always my problem. I'm currently watching Kita no kuni kara, Top Sales, Minna Mukashi wa Kodomo Datta, and Atsu-hime. (Waiting for the last 10 eps of Atsu-hime). But it's taking a long time :)

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 00:15

I wonder who will win, both great player~! :)

How come the drama Atsu Hime soooooo big?!?
Is that drama any good?

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 00:23

Atsu-hime is a taiga - I guess you know what that is? The NHK historical drama that runs for 12 months?

I really like it, but others don't. I've heard it called Lizzie McGuire-hime... but that was early on in the series :)

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 01:31

AnimeDad wrote:Atsu-hime is a taiga - I guess you know what that is? The NHK historical drama that runs for 12 months?

I really like it, but others don't. I've heard it called Lizzie McGuire-hime... but that was early on in the series :)
Oh ok, it would be too much for me to download the whole thing so maybe I shouldn't watch it lol

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Post by xploring » Jan 27th, '09, 01:44

Saki wrote:
AnimeDad wrote:Atsu-hime is a taiga - I guess you know what that is? The NHK historical drama that runs for 12 months?

I really like it, but others don't. I've heard it called Lizzie McGuire-hime... but that was early on in the series :)
Oh ok, it would be too much for me to download the whole thing so maybe I shouldn't watch it lol
I can send you the first 20 episodes that AD sent me, if you want to watch it.

There are 49/50 episodes in total though.

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 01:49

xploring wrote:
Saki wrote:
AnimeDad wrote:Atsu-hime is a taiga - I guess you know what that is? The NHK historical drama that runs for 12 months?

I really like it, but others don't. I've heard it called Lizzie McGuire-hime... but that was early on in the series :)
Oh ok, it would be too much for me to download the whole thing so maybe I shouldn't watch it lol
I can send you the first 20 episodes that AD sent me, if you want to watch it.

There are 49/50 episodes in total though.
49/50 episodes?????? Jeez!!
Where do you guys find some time to watch it?!?

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 01:54

It's not easy :) You should try watching an asadora like Churasan. 150 x 15-minute eps... = 39 DVD's :)

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Post by xploring » Jan 27th, '09, 01:56

As the name of this website suggests, we are drama addicts, you see. :)

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 01:59

^ what he said ;)

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 02:03

LOL ~!! :lol

Do you always finish watching the dram till the last episode or have you ever gave up watching it before?

Don't you watch any tv? Like other US dramas? Or news?
No offense, but I don't really like to watch Aust drama and UK..... I don't find them interesting.

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 02:07

AnimeDad wrote:It's not easy :) You should try watching an asadora like Churasan. 150 x 15-minute eps... = 39 DVD's :)
39DVDs?!? Oh my gosh.... :blink
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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 02:13

Saki wrote:LOL ~!! :lol

Do you always finish watching the dram till the last episode or have you ever gave up watching it before?

Don't you watch any tv? Like other US dramas? Or news?
No offense, but I don't really like to watch Aust drama and UK..... I don't find them interesting.
I watch some TV, but not much. I don't really like a lot of what's on, except some of the movies. Besides, I have to share the TV's with 4 others...

I try and watch all eps of a drama unless I find that it's boring or annoying. Although I started watching Mukudono once but stopped because I didn't have all the eps. The closest i've come to quitting halfway was Erai Tokoro ni Totsuide Shimatta, and only having Nakama Yukie in it saved it :)

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 02:34

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Saki wrote:LOL ~!! :lol

Do you always finish watching the dram till the last episode or have you ever gave up watching it before?

Don't you watch any tv? Like other US dramas? Or news?
No offense, but I don't really like to watch Aust drama and UK..... I don't find them interesting.
I watch some TV, but not much. I don't really like a lot of what's on, except some of the movies. Besides, I have to share the TV's with 4 others...

I try and watch all eps of a drama unless I find that it's boring or annoying. Although I started watching Mukudono once but stopped because I didn't have all the eps. The closest i've come to quitting halfway was Erai Tokoro ni Totsuide Shimatta, and only having Nakama Yukie in it saved it :)
Mukudono is drama that Nagase Tomoya did right?!?

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 02:43

Saki wrote:
Mukudono is drama that Nagase Tomoya did right?!?
Yeah, and Takeuchi Yoko.

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 02:48

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Saki wrote:
Mukudono is drama that Nagase Tomoya did right?!?
Yeah, and Takeuchi Yoko.
I love that drama~!! :lol
It was soooooo funny~!!
But 2003 version was just rubbish.... I didn't like it so I download one episode and watched like half of that and deleted it!

Nagase Tomoya is such a great singer~!! :)
I like Takeuchi Yoko, she's a great actress~!!

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Post by xploring » Jan 27th, '09, 03:09

I like Takeuchi Yuko too. :D

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Post by Skobb » Jan 27th, '09, 08:47

AnimeDad wrote:It's not easy :) You should try watching an asadora like Churasan. 150 x 15-minute eps... = 39 DVD's :)
That isn't really that much when you think about it.. That would equate to less than 40 x 1hr eps..
East Of Eden is already longer than that.. God that's long.. I'm currently taking a break for a few weeks from it lol

>>>Saki: I hate most Aussie and UK dramas!! They're just so.. Bad ;><
There are a few good shows comign out of the US.. But I haven't seriously sat down and watched TV for a good 6 or 7 years.. I might occasionally watch whatever's on when I'm eating dinner.. But yeah.. Jap dramas are all I need :)

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 09:08

xploring wrote:I like Takeuchi Yuko too. :D
Ouch. I knew that :cry:
Skobb wrote: That isn't really that much when you think about it.. That would equate to less than 40 x 1hr eps..
Yeah, true. But it's still long compared to 8-11 eps of a typical Renzoku :)
Skobb wrote: But yeah.. Jap dramas are all I need
Just so you know, using the term "Jap" is considered derogatory. I'd rather you don't use it.

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Post by Saki » Jan 27th, '09, 10:25

Skobb wrote:
AnimeDad wrote:It's not easy :) You should try watching an asadora like Churasan. 150 x 15-minute eps... = 39 DVD's :)
That isn't really that much when you think about it.. That would equate to less than 40 x 1hr eps..
East Of Eden is already longer than that.. God that's long.. I'm currently taking a break for a few weeks from it lol

>>>Saki: I hate most Aussie and UK dramas!! They're just so.. Bad ;><
There are a few good shows comign out of the US.. But I haven't seriously sat down and watched TV for a good 6 or 7 years.. I might occasionally watch whatever's on when I'm eating dinner.. But yeah.. Jap dramas are all I need :)
Some of the USA dramas is good though~!! :D I like watching them a lot! :)

Oh I watched Code Blue episode 1-3 today~!! I like it a lot~!! :) It's really interesting to watch it! :D

I love the theme music tooo~!! Mr Children~!! :):) I love Mr Children's music~!! :D

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Post by Skobb » Jan 27th, '09, 11:48

AnimeDad wrote:Just so you know, using the term "Jap" is considered derogatory. I'd rather you don't use it.
Really? ><
Didn't know that..

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 27th, '09, 22:32

^ I figured you didn't. Oh well, you know now :)

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Post by Saki » Jan 28th, '09, 02:34

I'm bored... :P

Is there anyone here from the Gold Coast?!? :unsure:

I want to watch more drama's but hmm, I can't because of download limit ...... :( sighs....... :cry:

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Post by Skobb » Jan 28th, '09, 02:45

Mmmm same, so bored :(
It's 37 degrees INSIDE MY ROOM right now... Gah.. Hot weather does suck when you don't have air-con :(
I'll send you some dramas Saki.. Might not be for a while though, I needa get DVDs, then fix my burner lol..

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Post by Saki » Jan 28th, '09, 03:15

Skobb wrote:Mmmm same, so bored :(
It's 37 degrees INSIDE MY ROOM right now... Gah.. Hot weather does suck when you don't have air-con :(
I'll send you some dramas Saki.. Might not be for a while though, I needa get DVDs, then fix my burner lol..
Oh poor thing :(
It's 30 Degrees in my room at the moment.
Today isn't that hot so it's good~!! :D

What's wrong with your burner?

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 28th, '09, 03:18

I heard it's insanely hot in Adelaide this week... it's bad enough in Sydney lol. Lucky my office is airconditioned!

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Post by xploring » Jan 28th, '09, 03:29

Starting today, the weather forcast for Melbourne is 5 consecutive days of over 40 degrees...

Hopefully I won't melt by the end. :crazy:

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Post by AnimeDad » Jan 28th, '09, 03:31

xploring wrote:Starting today, the weather forcast for Melbourne is 5 consecutive days of over 40 degrees...

Hopefully I won't melt by the end. :P
Yeah, I heard that too. Sydney's not as bad... only 35C LOL.

Blah. I hate hot weather :(

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Post by xploring » Jan 28th, '09, 03:37

AnimeDad wrote: Yeah, I heard that too. Sydney's not as bad... only 35C LOL.

Blah. I hate hot weather :(
Me too. :crazy: :pale:

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