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Anonymous 06/13/2024 (Thu) 03:51:07 No. 5325
Do you usually take the marbles out of Ramune bottles? Picrel has the cap removed but I was never able to take them off when I had them since they were really stuck on. Although it's maybe because I'm just too weak
no i throw away the bottle after drinking it
Just like other "Japanese" items like Pocky or translated manga volumes, Ramune is an expensive novelty item for teenagers LARPing as weaboos. I only tried it once, when someone else who bought it shared a bit with me.
Edited last time by admin on 06/13/2024 (Thu) 09:35:42.
Weirdly I havent tried any yet even though it is carried at some stores where I am. >>5327 Ramune was invented by a Brit. The bottles are cool though.
>>5327 I haven't bought it under the notion it's a "Japanese" item, I just thought it tasted pretty good and that the bottles are neat
>>5325 I can barely even open a bottle of ramune in the first place because of the marble and being so weak. I like the taste but the whole thing with the marble is more of an annoyance to me. I would rather just have it in a normal bottle.
Never ever tried, its super pricy and rarely can be found in my area
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i've tried removing the cap before but never been able to. over the past 6 years ive bought ramune maybe 10 times? price isn't an issue for me but rather the fact they are only 200ml. i do enjoy these ramubottles though

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