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It is theorized by Americans that this metaphor symbolises a depressive state: mushrooms are commonly grown in darker spaces, and closets are small cramped areas, hence the imagery is interpreted as simply acting openly "depressed" around other people.

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What does the I think Japanese expression growing mushrooms in other people's closets mean?

It is theorized by Americans that this metaphor symbolises a depressive state: mushrooms are commonly grown in darker spaces, and closets are small cramped areas, hence the imagery is interpreted as simply acting openly "depressed" around other people.


How did the geography of japan affect Japanese contact with other peoples?

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A company called "Easy Closets" (easyclosets.com) has a wonderful service where you can design your own closet online! They have options for reach-in, walk-in and "other shape" closets.


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How big is the hotel room?

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How do mushrooms decompose?

Mushrooms dercompose by sucking the stuff out of the other stuff and growing into the stuff and that's how mushrooms decompose!


Was it a mistake for us to enter world war 1?

No, because Japan and Germany and their less-powerful ally Italy were Fascist countries that wanted to conquer other countries and peoples and exterminate and enslave peoples that were not their race. Do some reading on how the Japanese treated those peoples they conquered and you can imagine just what the world would of been if Japan had won the war. The Japanese believed that whites and blacks and non-Japanese Asians were sub-humans that did not deserve to live or be treated justly and would rape, torture and kill non-Japanese races for sport. If the US had not entered the war the US might be under Japanese Fascism today.


Do mushrooms have butts?

Mushrooms are plants, not animals, and- like other plants, do not have butts.


Who are naruto's friends and family?

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What are the difference between Magic Mushrooms and wild Mushrooms?

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Can you get a disease from magic mushrooms?

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Can mice eat mushrooms?

Depends on the type of the mushroom I wouldn't recommend wild mushrooms or cooked, but other than that raw mushrooms are probably the best


Are mushrooms a spore?

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What animals can eat poisonous mushrooms?

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Do mushrooms come from Germany?

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What do salmon eat mushroom?

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Do mushrooms produce their on food?

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What symmetry do mushrooms have?

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Why are mushrooms bad for dogs?

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Do mushrooms eat other organisms?

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What is the other living things similar to mushrooms?

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it is much hotter then any other planet! it is closets 2 da sun then any other planet........


Are mushrooms in the domain Eukarya?

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How much are mushrooms per pound?

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