Japanese pussy food

It all started with Patrick Macias’ Twitter/Instagram link to a Japanese quoter leftpussy foodquoter right photo, which was a

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Good morning, Shibuya. What have you for me? —Photo by counterespy

Harmless enough picture. However, I felt it was marred by a red, engrishy “But still do it” sticker stuck right in the middle of the otherwise-amusing graffiti. but-still-do-it Before erasing But still do it with Photoshop, I decided to check if the sticker had any meaning other than having a fun-time of public defacement.

Yikes. But still do it/ Demo, yarun da yo!/(でも、やるんだよ!) turns out to be the tagline of a serious sicko, the Japanese manga artist Takashi Nemoto (根本 敬氏), the so-called Robert Crumb of Japan’s Heta-Uma (good but bad) comics. That is, he’s “Japan’s Robert Crumb” if Crumb was more into incest, child molestation, cannibalism, bestiality rape, and giant pulsating radioactive penises shaped like sweet potatoes.

But still do it

To enjoy more of Nemoto, refer to:
   •Baked sweet potato for Dad at lambiek.net
   •Takashi Nemoto’s official engrish website


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Takashi Nemoto: Monster Men Bureiko Lullaby
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Available in English from Amazon.com.

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3 thoughts on “Japanese pussy food”

  1. “Japanese manga artist”…

    Since when drunk d00dling count as art ?…
    (actually, it looks like what you get when you take a drawing workshop afternoon at the local asylum for the criminally insane…)

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