Japan’s season for coolies

M. O. wrote:
Given the history of the term*, it’s kinda interesting to see it here in Japan…
COOLly SEASON®
cooly-season-sign

coolly-season

Well, they did show some sensitivity by spelling coolie* incorrectly.


COOLly does it all!

features_coolly

From the top left, the instructive graphic above reads:

   “DRY,” full of purple polka dots, anti-cooties, “SOFTo,”
   “COOL,” radioactive, stretchy, sniffs your armpits,
   silver infused, full of dead fish, foreigner friendly, and blocks UV rays.

coolly-logo


* Coolie 苦 力 (pinyin: kǔlì)
wikipedia.org/wiki/Coolie
In 1727 Dr. Engelbert Kämpfer described “coolies” as dock laborers who would unload Dutch merchant ships at Nagasaki in Japan...more…

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2 thoughts on “Japan’s season for coolies”

  1. Coolie 苦 力 (pinyin: kǔlì)
    In 1727 Dr. Engelbert Kämpfer described “coolies” as dock laborers who would unload Dutch merchant ships at Nagasaki in Japan.

    Ok, thanks to have read the blank in my mind…I had no idea what the joke was.

  2. If I suddenly sport a boner and wrap one of these cooLlys around it like a frozen banana, for how many hours can I postpone the fap?

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