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They like “foreigners.” It’s like somebody visited Japan one time, went home and wrote about it, and from then on everybody ran around repeating the same stuff. In fact, if you stay long enough, and you don’t hook up, then by default everyone’s hooking up but you. So in the end, I wrote the article, partly because I enjoy reading Jasmine’s site and wanted to contribute.
At the end of the night, there’s always people hooking up. S., and I didn’t have to send fifty text messages before a lady’d let me pay for her entire dining experience. Jeez, for such skinny people, Japanese gals can sure pack it away.
A family-run zoo in Wales is facing mounting pressure to be permanently close its doors after two lynx were killed in the space of a few days.
Dean and Tracy Tweedy left their house in Kent to start a new life at the Borth Wild Animal Kingdom in Ceredigion earlier this year with their daughters Paige, Sarah and Sophie, but two recent scandals have raised questions about how fit they are to run the enclosure.
Mr Tweedy, 48, said friends and family were shocked when he told them about their new adventure.
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Mr Tweedy bought the zoo for £625,000 earlier this year, which is home to more than 300 different animals including snakes, meerkats, wallabies, lions, leopards, crocodiles, snakes and an albino wallaby - along with a team of zoo keepers.
In a remorseful statement posted on the zoo's Facebook page, Mr and Mrs Tweedy wrote that Nilly, the Eurasian lynx, was accidentally strangled to death with a catch-pole while an 'under pressure' member of staff was trying to catch her.