Captain Hard-on of Hokkaido

Via Weekly Teinou/Woman

lake balls  are a kind of algae ---cladophora aegagropila
Machine translated version of Rakuten’s “Kita-no-mori” shopping site
Attention brief
Aegagropila being disgusted —“Captain Compilation” 380 yen

The Captain represents a the great compilations of “marimo” balls. These balls found in only a few lakes in the world are a kind of algae —cladophora aegagropila —that grows into a circular balls.

The marimo are shown below are in Akan Lake in Hokkaido, the north island of Japan.
Akan Lake in Hokkaido, the north island of Japan

As the Rakuten shopping site says: “These products are gathered with taste…when we sell this commodity, the store manager rejoices. It is rapture. Consider the mental welfare of our employees and please buy this commodity.”

And, the infamous Lord Pongi of RobPongi.com reminded me that of the fact that Japan has a postage stamp commemorating Goodness Gracious Great Balls of Scum!
Marimo Stamp

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4 thoughts on “Captain Hard-on of Hokkaido”

  1. Hey, you ought to create a zen backyard garden by burying a normal drinking fountain in the grounbd. Yes, a tiny drinking water feature certainly is suited to a patio or perhaps a substantial balcony.

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