The Official "TPR Japan Trip 2007" Thread

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Postby cfc » Tue Oct 16, 2007 5:16 am

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Postby cfc » Tue Oct 16, 2007 5:17 am

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I didn't hear the cool music when I rode because Richard was screaming about getting wet.


aww. don't worry Barry. that's the last time you'll hear anyone screaming about getting wet in your presence. :wtf:


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Postby BarryH » Tue Oct 16, 2007 6:49 am

Official annoucement: Falafel is off my Kwanzaa gift list. :)

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Postby Gus » Wed Oct 17, 2007 8:58 am

The reason Richard(front seat on the right) was whining about wet is because it was rolling, not floating thus very little freeboard(navy term, look it up if you don't understand). With 8 of us in it, 9 if you properly count Barry(right behind Richard) twice, it was very heavy. There was some discussion on counting it as a credit since it had a lift hill and rolled.
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Postby larrygator » Wed Oct 17, 2007 8:23 pm

^pfft, in Spain we (The Retarded Yellow Hat Club) would have fit at least 12 peeps in that boat.
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Postby BarryH » Wed Oct 17, 2007 8:27 pm

I should post the video of all of us in that log!

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Postby BruceWayne » Fri Oct 19, 2007 7:22 pm

i was just wondering if you guys went to tokyo disney and if so, if youd be posting that update.

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Postby robbalvey » Sat Oct 20, 2007 1:00 am

Hey everyone!

Again, sorry about the delay in updates. This little thing called "life" keeps getting in the way of all the fun! =)

So I'm going to change things up a little bit (ooh! Excitement!). Well, really the only people who would even know are the ones that went on the trip.

I've decided that I'm going to skip around a couple of days and post the Disney updates LAST. I just really want to end on that note. It's how we originally wanted to end the trip, but due to weather we had to move some things around so we wouldn't miss any parks or credits, but since I have the ability to end the mini-updates on Disney...I will! =)

Anyway, today we were at Joypolis. This is in a very strange part of Tokyo called "Tokyo Teleport." It's like a huge area with LOTS of amusements, attractions, arcades, and wacky stuff to see.....
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I'm not sure where this was taken (I think in the train), but for some reason it makes me both horny and creeped out both at the same time.

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In Tokyo Teleport is one of the coolest buildings you'll ever see. It's the Fuji TV building. Lots of Iron Chef was watched in here.
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Joypolis is one of many places in this complex. Every time we come here we find someplace more and more messed up to visit.
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Heading up the stairs to Joypolis. There is something "Disney" here...anyone know what it is?
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God I wish we could have these same rules apply to TPR! =)
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So a few years ago this coaster was called "Speed Boarder" and the trains would "turn". Now it's called "Spin Bullet" and the cars now "spin" instead of "turn.'" It doesn't matter it still sucks!
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Yeah, see what I mean?
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Be all that you can be! =)
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This is a male bonding moment complete with crepes.
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I just came buckets.
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So the Half-Pipe thing is not only just a ride...but it's a GAME!!!
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You get points for each time to spin the board!
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Medal Zone - I'll bet Dave spent a lot of time in here. Oh, wait...nevermind....that would be "Metal Zone..."
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Ok, story time...hang on...we'll wait until you're done laughing at that picture of Joey. Ok, done now? good!

So we had NO IDEA what the hell "Muscle Park" was. And like a lot of Japanese buildings, there are several attractions, restaurants, shopws, etc all inside on different floors. The only way you really know they exisit is if someone tells you about them, you can read the Japanese sign out front., or if there is an English sign.

So we saw "Muscle Park" and we figured "What the hell? Let's go check it out!"
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We quickly realized that Muscle Park is kind of what it sounded like. It's a small amusement park based on working out!!! Seriously!!!
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And of course after you're done "working out" you can eat a "Monster Burger!"

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So we looked at the map of the park, and we decided we would try the "Muscle Park Obstacle Course!"

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First up was Ryan. Obviously his Fresnonian physique is being challenged!

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Ryan...about 2 seconds before he totally eats shit.

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Not only did Elissa get farther than the Frenonian time traveler, she also was funnier looking too! =)

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Again, seconds before the shit was consumed.

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There is something VERY familiar about this....

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Joey really does a lot of "standing and contemplating"

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The lady screams "OMG! Watch out for those Jew eating foam bricks!!!"

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This photo was totally staged!!!

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As per Dave's request...Falafel's A$$.

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Well, she also ate lumpy shit, but she really looks like she had fun doing it!

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Unlike Joey, not staged, and it makes Dave happy!

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Yay! For the Muscle Park team!

Seriously, Muscle Park was easily one of the most AWESOME places I've ever seen. It's in the same building as Joypolis, so if you ever go you NEED to stop by Muscle Park!
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Then we headed across the street over to "Mega Web" which is Toyota's car showcase attraction. During the day you can actually test trive mini vechicles for a live action version of "Test Track!"

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The arcade around the corner is probably one of the best Japanese arcades I've ever been in. If you're in the Tokyo Teleport area, you NEED to visit this place!!!

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It's one of those arcades with games as far as you can see...

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...and there are capsule machines as far as the eye can see....

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And being Japan, where everything is automated, you have the do-it-yourself Cotton Candy machine!

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"It's better than normal sex!"
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They have EVERYTHING in this arcade! Even ping pong tables!
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"I finally got my threesome!"
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YES!!! Cup-o-Noodles machine!!! KICK A$$!!!!
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Elissa plays "Virtual Ping Pong." Just hit 100 balls!
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Golfing for dummies....
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"Screw the Rabbit burger! Can we go back and get another Monster Burger?!?!"

Anyway, that's it from today. As you can see these places are totally whacked and totally awesome! If you go to Japan you NEED to hit up places like this!!!

More photos coming soon!

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Postby jamjar » Sat Oct 20, 2007 1:17 am

lol nice update :station:
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Postby Nrthwnd » Sat Oct 20, 2007 1:58 am

The capsule machines going on and on and on!

Ryan looking OLDER in that first monkey bars-type thing pic!

The looks on Kristen's face in all the pix she's in!

Joey's pecs!

Falafel's Crocs!

Dan's goatee!

Elissa's threesome!

Cup'O Noodles!

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That is a very *(^#$@#* strange area, there. Hmmm.

Maybe the next Japan visit, heh heh.

Glad you guys had fun. :smile:
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