How Do You Know When the Evening Has Gotten Out of Hand?

You’re in a karaoke bar full of Japanese people, clutching a Sapporo in one hand and a mic in the other, and belting out your best rendition of “Manic Monday” while a waitress in a geisha headdress mocks you openly in Japanese. The end.

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8 thoughts on “How Do You Know When the Evening Has Gotten Out of Hand?

  1. at least her insults weren’t subtitled in bad English on the Kareoke screen (you have very bad voice box, souds like duck in rainstorm under wet wig hat);)

  2. “Thank you, come again” ::throw the mic at her and give the middle finger::

    or maybe that’s just MY reaction to that situation 😉

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