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3/17/2013

Green ‘Blownies’—What every guy wants for St. Patrick’s Day.

Blownies“—now with green tea antioxidants!

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Via photozou.jp

Japanese green tea Blownies are a great way to prevent St. Patrick’s Day hangovers.
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See more fun photos of Saint Paddy’s Day in Japan below in the Comments section…



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7 Responses to “Green ‘Blownies’—What every guy wants for St. Patrick’s Day.”

  1. MARKed TRAIL Says:

    Hey, you forgot to mention why St. Patrick’s Day is so big here in Nippon.
    Japan’s OG—original gaijin/alien—was Patrick Lafcadio Hearn, the Wapanese-Weeaboo-freakazoid extraordinaire who originally came from Ireland.
    Patrick-Lacadio-Hearn-wapanesewikipedia.org/wiki/Lafcadio_Hearn
    Please insert my photo, ok?

  2. Taro 3Yen Says:

    m0Ar!~
    It’s already the 17th in Tokyo and the St. Paddy Parade photos pouring in…

    Leaping-Leprechauns-ninjaPathetic-St-Pat
    St-Pat-party-girls

  3. derpus maximus Says:

    MARKed TRAIL wrote:
    … Patrick Lafcadio Hearn, the Wapanese-Weeaboo-freakazoid extraordinaire…

    Spare me the Lafcadio Hearn, Blofeld.Ian Fleming’s You Only Live Twice

  4. Taro 3Yen Says:

    Leprechaun princess?
    asian-princess-leprechaun


    ‘Shooms or hammered?
    hammered-leprechaun

  5. Yokohammer quoted Says:

    Christmas, St. Valentines Day, Halloween, and now St. Paddy’s day.

    All celebrated in Japan without a clue.

    Not that I really mind, but when d’ya suppose the Japanese will pick up on Easter?
    (Think of the profits to be had from chocolate bunnies!)

  6. yanpa quoted Says:

    My theory is that Easter hasn’t been picked up here in Japan because the dates vary wildly from year to year. The market (which can be created) for giri ovulating chocolate bunnies must be huge.

  7. yanpa quoted Says:

    Yokohammer wrote:
    ..Christmas, St. Valentines Day, Halloween, and now St. Paddy’s day.
    All celebrated in Japan without a clue.

    But, but…the Japanese got the “clue” about getting drunk for those holidays.

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