Takechanpoo wrote:or igirisu dudes still persistently have a grudge against japan enslaving some of them and destroying their british empire in WW2?
Wage Slave wrote: As for enslavement - Yes, but surely you are not proud of that?
wagyl wrote:Once again I dispute that the members of the family ever use Ray Vaughn. That name always seems to originate from Japanese language sources.
Becky seems to be scrupulous about not using her family name in a work context. Her sister, father, and uncles all use Rabone when you see something that definitely came from the individual themselves. (How else do you think I found where her father went to school and where he considers his hometown, and the details about the uncles)
I wasn't going to post the name because I believe that the sins (if they are indeed sins) of the daughter should not be visited upon the father, sister and uncles.
dimwit wrote:The Rabone name does seem to lead back to the family and some hysterically yobby looking guy who I assume is their father.
Samurai_Jerk wrote:Is Ray Vaughan even a surname? Like I said Stevie's middle name was Ray which means his last name was Vaughan.
dimwit wrote:After the incident, many of the people who witnessed it referred to him as 'The Hillbilly'. Think of it as a moniker, like Becky.
Great Thing wrote: I wish I could read what they're trying to imply regarding Jessica Michibata's recent divorce in that tabloid banner, but the text on the image is too small and garbled.
wangta wrote:About Becky's 'new look' - yep, she's aged about 5 yrs. Not surprising as she never really looked young. IMHO most of the hafus I've met here don't age well. Their eyes and noses tend to look out of sync with the Jp features and it makes them look oddly aged while still in their 20s and then beyond.
MOST PEOPLETakechanpoo wrote:beckys eyes are fucking creepy and disgusting to
Samurai_Jerk wrote: As for getting back into TV, why wouldn't she? .
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