To enjoy the best in Kitchen Design Norwich Buttseks.
By now, my wang was shriveling like a slug in a salt mine. The seemingly never-ending streams of Aunt Jemima Pancake batter soon had me coated like a plasterer’s radio. I can’t wait to devour the batter from wet spot on my mammy’s flowered fanny. With my long, chromed whisk, I thrusted deep into Jemima’s crusting trench made her quiver like an earthquake in a reclaimed land next to Tokyo Bay.
Their quiver is as an open sepulchre, they are all mighty mmmm…
Now that’s the Christmas spirit “Kitchen Doggie”!
Or better yet, check out this Christmas-Luchdor reindeer mask…
See and learn more about the true meaning of Japanese Christmas in the Comments section…
Whoopie! The 3Yen just hit an important milestone. The spam counter on the Wordpress dashboard says that we’re received ONE MILLION spams since our start in November of 2004, and I have personally scanned over every single one—D’oh!
Obama’s victory speech
Japan and the world’s candidate just gave his victory speech.
Here’s the t-shirt that says it all about living in Japan*: FuckShitDamnAssHell.
Via An Eternal Thought in the Mind of Godzilla blog
*You gotta l♥ve that punctuation… and Japanese girls who lamely attempt to dye their hair to a shade of blond unknown except on Uranus.
“Mayuko Bejitagaru & Yuki” aka the “Vegetarianism Girls” promote eating healthy foods in Japan (posters shown below). More info at the official website of the artist Yuki Mayuko (Google Translate).
Cool final words: “Hospice? That’s hogwash.”
United Airlines, JAL, Korea Air and even crappy Delta all want me to spend $4,315 (350,227 yen) on an economy class R/T ticket for a “Compassion (or bereavement) fare” to the States right now since it’s almost Golden Week*—a string of Japanese national holidays that stretch from April 28 to May 6. So…
… If my Mom dies, she’s going on ice until until May 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, etc. when the airfare is $1,975 (160,300 yen).
And now for a moment of Yakisoba* Zen cats…
* The styrofoam boxes on top of the cats are Yakisoba, literally “fried noodles”, is a favorite dish in Japan, but originates in China from chow mein. (Wiki)
J-Factoid: In Japanese the word “turtle-head” is a slightly off-color joke. In Japanese, the characters for “turtle-head”—kitou—is the medical term referring to the head of the male member.
Click to play the salent part of the video that starts at 1:37..
Full length version:
Bottom Line: Horny turtle is horny.