Japan’s ‘Puking Drunk’ Season has begun


Previous reports of Japan’s favorite season of drunken, end-of-the-year, bonenkai parties on the 3Yen include:


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4 thoughts on “Japan’s ‘Puking Drunk’ Season has begun”

  1. FIFY

    The sign used to read no chewing “gum” (ガム — ga-mu). Now it is switched around to read no “muka-muku” (ムカムカ) meaning puking.

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