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This blog is my pet project, started at the urge of my then-boyfriend (now husband) Ryosuke, when I was studying abroad in Tokyo.So far, I’ve written three comic books about our life: My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy My Japanese Husband (still) Thinks I’m Crazy Confessions of a Texan in Tokyo.Ryosuke is currently translating my comics in to Japanese; they can be found here: Gaijin Wife Gaijin Life Blog As the URL says “How I Became Texan” – I realized I didn’t really become “Texan” until after I left Texas. Now when I say I’m from Texas, people usually ask some stereotypical question like “have you been to a rodeo” (yes), “does you family own a gun” (yes), or “do you know any cousins that are married to each other” (no).

I try to stick a comic in between every “regular” post and accept guest posts once a week (click here if you want to write a guest post).

How can he concentrate when Ashley is walking around in panties, or playing with herself while watching porn?

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