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So, let's look at one of the coolest head-flippers I've found: Japanese addresses. Imagine you're standing in Chicago and a Japanese man asks you, “What's the name of this block?” Thinking you've misunderstood the question, you say, “This is Erie Street. We're between Wabash Ave and Rush Street.” But the man asks you again, “No. You say, “Uh. (Blocks don't have names! He leaves disappointed. Now imagine you're standing in Tokyo. Thinking she's misunderstood the question, she says, “This is block 5. But you ask again, “Huh?
She says again, “Uh. See: in (most of) Japan, streets don't have names! And the buildings on the block are numbered in order of age. Mailing addresses in Japan, after naming the province and city, are a series of three numbers: district number, block number, building number. Optimus Prime Had Too Much Diesel Gas Today. George's Humour - Some Children Are Quick. InceptionArch_Slusher.jpg (JPEG Image, 2500×1139 pixels) - Scaled (52. 21 Reasons why English Sucks. Buddha Pears! // Current. To Our Faithful Current.com Users: Current's run has ended after eight exciting years on air and online.
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For once, a fun story in a chain email is actually true! As part of a promotion, Healthy Choice was offering 500 frequent flyer miles to anyone who purchased 10 Healthy Choice products. David Philips recognized that if he purchased individual cups of pudding at 25 cents apiece he could easily rack up a lot of miles. He ended up with 1.25 million frequent-flyer miles for roughly $3,000. That's the equivalent of 31 round trip tickets to Europe, or 42 tickets to Hawaii!
He also donated the pudding cups to the Salvation Army and local food banks, and was able to write off the donations on his taxes. 20 of the World's Worst Jobs. Proving once again that no matter how bad you have it, some poor people always has it worse.
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