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TiTaNg

titang Member since 2008/08/23

Love classic Japanese animations.

Thailand · Head Hunter - Marketing & Sales [Consumer Industry] · https://www.facebook.com/titang

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  • commented on 2014/04/05 00:55

    Kurokawa


  • commented on 2013/01/10 02:17

    Whoaaa!! Lot more Thais here than I actually thought I'd see. :D


  • commented on 2012/03/14 00:52

    Just good anime that I can enjoy watching


  • commented on 2011/11/24 00:54

    LoL !! I fell of from my chair seeing this.


  • commented on 2011/05/15 17:34

    Don't like her boots T T


  • commented on 2011/04/16 16:30

    Future GPX Cyber Formula


  • commented on 2011/04/10 03:15

    Also my favorite, Koyote !! ^^


  • commented on 2011/01/26 23:33

    Hoshi no Kinka


  • commented on 2011/01/26 23:30

    Much cheaper here in Thailand. Girls are even more cute.


  • commented on 2011/01/22 14:28

    So Cute !! made it my iPhone wallpaper already XD


  • commented on 2011/01/22 14:14

    Always enjoy your day/night shots. You never stop impressing me Danny.


  • commented on 2010/08/09 03:38

    All I could remember is I was I kept dreaming about Japan all the time since I was 3 or 4 while living in Holland. Ever since, I have always been interested in Japanese stuffs. I still wonder myself, why or how did I start dreaming about Japan. Possibly some Japanese anime aired at the time, Gatchaman and Zorro (not sure this one was jap's or not).


  • commented on 2010/02/14 21:20

    I made my GF a Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle Cake. LOL


  • commented on 2009/09/23 22:11

    My favorite was momoe yamaguchi. She's one of the all time best. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8plYNvu-jTY


  • commented on 2008/10/16 21:05

    Worth watching, still. ^^


  • commented on 2008/08/26 13:33

    The first anime I've ever watched ... Gatchaman and Zorro ... in Dutch Dub -*-


  • commented on 2008/08/23 17:31

    Yes, she's cute. Unfortunately, most of Thai singers sell their appearances rather than their songs.