Post by themanofbat on Dec 13, 2007 20:27:49 GMT -5
You know, I can appreciate the validity of a "real doll", but those Japanese ones look like little 12 year old girls, and there's just something wrong about a grown man fucking a 12 year old... I don't care how much of a dorky virgin you are... that ain't right.
"It's disturbing when young people believe right-wing political hype. It's like rock n' roll never happened."
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 16, 2007 10:26:54 GMT -5
Naked in Akihabara
Not only can you spot scantly clad school girls in Akihabara but also stark naked men. In this case its a man wearing panties on his head with his trousers down to his ankles and his little bro dangling about in the wind.
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 16, 2007 10:29:58 GMT -5
Uchimizu refers to the action of sprinkling water on the streets in the summer and has been a tradition in Japan for many many moons. The water keeps the dust low and cools off the immediate area. You can read up more on this tradition somewhere here.
The Uchimizukko Daishugo event has made this tradition more interesting by getting legions of maids to do the watering.
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 16, 2007 15:45:43 GMT -5
Guaranteed to get you out of bed!
Need a Christmas present for someone who has trouble getting out of bed? Here are some ingenious Japanese alarm clocks that make sure you get up every morning. The Nanda Clocky is an alarm clock which comes (in aqua or mustard) with wheels that starts zooming around the room when the alarm goes off. This makes sure you don’t just roll over and press snooze but wake up and chase the little critter until you catch it and switch it off. The same goes for the Flying alarm clock which flies around the room until you catch it. Both alarm clocks are guaranteed to get you out of bed!
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 16, 2007 15:49:45 GMT -5
The perfect Christmas gift for folks who like American style eggs and toast breakfast and live in small Japanese apartments. This compact all in one applicance called the “Wake Up Morning Set CS3-0106” combines a hot plate for cooking eggs, a toaster and a coffee maker. To cook your egg, simply switch on the toaster switch, crack open the egg and the heat from the toaster below will start to cook the egg on the metal plate on top. Toast, eggs and coffee all ready within 10 minutes!
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 16, 2007 15:54:47 GMT -5
Frig... the hits keep on comin' from Japan today:
It’s good to have kids learn the value of money and start saving from an early age.
Toy Maker Takara Tomy has combined a digital piggy bank with a Tamagotchi style game to create the Jinsei Ginko 人生銀行 “Bank of Life“.
This little device features an LCD man (you) in a small miserable apartment. By feeding the bank 500 yen coins you proceed to a larger apartment, better job and more agreeable spouse. These gradual advancements are shown clearly on the LCD display.
Once the target sum has been reached, you will have happy end to your life. If you need to open the bank for some urgent necessity, your life will be totally reset to the first stage.
This fun piggy bank uses 3 AA batteries and costs 4,980 Yen.
I was looking at my Japan pics and came across the sign for a shop that sounded suspiciously like they sold products of an erotic nature. Turns out..they do! www.lovemerci.com/2007miwaku/index.html Unfortunately it's too late to order anything in time for Christmas, for yourself or your loved ones, but enjoy!
She's built like a steakhouse, but she handles like a bistro
Post by ScottyArmy on Dec 18, 2007 10:25:51 GMT -5
SMOKING MANNERS IN JAPAN:
In Japan, they don't encourage you not to smoke. Instead, they encourage you to smoke with manners which is basically "don't walk and smoke at the same time", "don't throw your stub on the floor." And how do they spread this message in Akihabara? By getting maids to hand out ashtrays.