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Jamie, 39 y.o.
Brisbane, Australia [Current City & Hometown]

Looking for



Bachelor's degree
Griffith University



Joined 3 years ago, profile updated 3 years ago.

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For real? AHAHAHA
Never knew!
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I typed Gold Coast but this stupid website wants to refer Gold Coast as Gol Gol very interesting ...smh
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Sure he's orange!I see.
I think it was a morning beer!
I also love Asahi beer😋
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Hmm, because you're like Bard Simpson?haha
No way! This is the meal I ate at the shop ^ ^ I put my favorite!
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Hello,I'm from Japan.Thank you for inviting me.
The cat in your photo is cute!
Reply - Conversation - Dec 11, 2019
I'm pretty lazy though XD Do you have any recommendation of cities to work in Australia? Before application of a college, I think I should visit some cities to make sure whether I can live and work there, I mean the atmosphere and so on.
As long as I searched, I should work the state which I graduate and get the license, in case of Australia.

I started karate when I was 13. Before that I did figure skating:)

I envy you. I cannot love my coutry though:p So, that's why I escaped from Japan and went to Uzbekistan XD
Reply - Conversation - Dec 3, 2019
Hi there. Actually I don't decide yet.
I'm still in Sapporo and working here to make money for studying in Australia or Britain:) maybe I'll be here for 1 few years to get enough money.
You recommend your country, right? Thanks for your pushing me, anyway;) That motives me to make more effort.
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oh i was in Gold Coast
Reply - Conversation - Sep 27, 2019
Yeah there are some spots you can see a bunch of foreigners especially in seoul

and there still are a few U.S. Army camps here
Reply - Conversation - Sep 26, 2019
English is what I am working with
That's why.
Actually many of korean can understand and speak English but they are just too shy to jump in a conversation
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