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It's weird 14 17.50%
It's disgusting 7 8.75%
... 21 26.25%
Where's the cheapest plane ticket to JP?!? 38 47.50%
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Old 2006-02-15, 16:11   Link #41
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yhehe i would like to go to that cafe ^^
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Old 2006-02-16, 02:09   Link #42
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When I first heard about these, I wasn't suprised by the idea of maid cafes. I was suprised that some guy kidnapped one of the maids and locked her up in his room or something... anyone have the link to the article?
I thought they weren't allowed to call people master anymore because of that.
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Old 2006-02-16, 15:25   Link #43
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I thought they weren't allowed to call people master anymore because of that.
Not that, but they redid the opening of He is My Master by removing the chains in one shot.
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Old 2006-02-26, 02:15   Link #44
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sorry for digging out quite an old thread , today I watch Papillon Rose ep3

(first time watching this show and this topic came up into my mind ) (^_^||)

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Old 2006-02-26, 05:05   Link #45
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maids + coffe = mirrors on the floor + maid not wearing any under wear 0_o

there are quite a few of these shops in the otaku district in Tokyo :P
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Old 2006-05-29, 02:30   Link #46
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I'm sure the food is probably one of the last things you would think about if you're going to a Maid cafe but.....is the food even worth spending money just to eat and check out some girls in maids outfits? If not I hope the deserts are at least tasty because then you'd be able to enjoy a nice desert along with a nice view. ^_^

I also heard there were times when the maids would play little innocent games with you, are those fun?
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Old 2007-03-15, 21:12   Link #47
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www.imaidcafe.com
Only one that I know of in Toronto, nothing special cuz the "maid(s)" don't seem very out going.
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Old 2007-03-15, 21:24   Link #48
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Only one that I know of in Toronto, nothing special cuz the "maid(s)" don't seem very out going.
Huh? A maid cafe in Canada? (and with Asian girls!)

Since when is the otaku fandom so big around the West? (and so known in commercial circles?)

EDIT: Someone needs to spank the website designer.
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Old 2007-03-15, 21:58   Link #49
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www.imaidcafe.com
Only one that I know of in Toronto, nothing special cuz the "maid(s)" don't seem very out going.
This is actually making me happy since I live in Toronto myself. I'll probably visit this place for curiosity.

Should I take pictures of this place?
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Old 2007-03-15, 22:45   Link #50
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Maids + Coffee = A Dream come True
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Old 2007-03-16, 08:49   Link #51
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That's great. I rather get served by a pretty girl from Starbucks, or Hooters. Something like that

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Old 2007-03-16, 18:38   Link #52
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Huh? A maid cafe in Canada? (and with Asian girls!)

Since when is the otaku fandom so big around the West? (and so known in commercial circles?)

EDIT: Someone needs to spank the website designer.
Seriously, Vancouver and Toronto are probably the biggest areas that Asians live in Canada. Toronto has the biggest Asian mall in all of North America(so I heard). That mall has atleast a couple of shops dedicated to sell cosplay costumes there too.

Needs a finer list of hot coffee.
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Old 2007-03-16, 19:05   Link #53
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^ Hah, really, sorry, I'm just in the other tip of the continent, so ignore me
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Old 2007-03-16, 19:09   Link #54
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Toronto has the biggest Asian mall in all of North America(so I heard)
Pacific Mall, the largest Asian indoor mall in North America.
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Old 2007-03-16, 21:58   Link #55
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Its too bad their prices are a little pricey even for an asian(Super Robot Wars models = $60CAD while HK offers them for $25CAD).

Its cool but yea, surprisingly there are none of these "Maid cafes" @ Pacificmall, they'd probably make a pretty good profit at that location.
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Old 2007-03-16, 23:07   Link #56
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I have no problems with Hooters or any of those places where the girls dresses up but I just think it's being overdone. I guess I'm not that type of guy that sit around all day ordering things just to check out the cute waitresses.

If I wanted coffee/dinner, I'd go to a nice quiet place where I can relax where the waitresses aren't a bit too much.

I'm just saying it looks good in anime but is it really that great in real life. Being in a cafe packed with mostly males.
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Old 2007-03-16, 23:22   Link #57
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Strangely, whenever the food was very good at any place, I turned out to be served by men >.<
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Old 2007-03-17, 10:41   Link #58
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unlike most people i have never been to a resturant where there are cute waitresses all dressed up in maid outfits (and i mean proper ones) ...its probably one of those events of a life time in that only one experience is enough which i still need to experience

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Old 2007-03-17, 23:09   Link #59
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Last year, one of the butler cafe was doing a demonstration in street of Akihabara, where several butlers were fighting each other in martial arts.
It looks kinda cool.

Anyways, I actually prefer the american Hooters over maid cafes.
Maids are nice and all, but old pervs like me like to look at more revealing cleavages and legs sticking out of short hotpants.
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Old 2007-03-18, 01:36   Link #60
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The maid Cosplay has its own charm hooter is to wild for my liking . After Ikki Tosen I was infatuated with Maid Costumes thanks to Ryomou Shimei
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