Cone life, Japan

The leader of the gang.

cone^gangvia — ONiLX (@TheONiLX) July 6, 2018

 

A few of our many previous stories of Japanese cone life — traffic cone craziness include:

 



 


‘Let’s f⌾ck!’

Lets-Fock
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指原莉乃、外国人を落とすテクに「勉強になりそう!」『恋するサイテー男総選挙』6・12放送|TVLIFE web – テレビがもっと楽しくなる! . {"AbemaTV" (internet TV station) broadcast on Tuesday June 12 about a “f⌾cking” program by Rihara Shihara, “「I’m going to study!」 Technique to (f⌾ck and) dump foreigner lovers!”}
 
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Some of our other Japanese f⌾cking reports include:

 




Ghostbusters vs Lowrider in Tokyo

Here’s a slice of street life…lowriding in Shibuya district, Tokyo.

@MKB0T—Driving home last night behind a ghost busters car. I think. It only had red lights. The indicators and brake lights were the same lights.

59-CHEVY-

 
Saaaa.
This so-called “ghost busters car” is a 1959 Chevy Impala lowrider (shown in the bottom half).
The Ghostbusters vehicle, called the “ECTO-1,” was a 1959 Cadillac ambulance, a professional chassis built by the Miller-Meteor company (shown in top half). Ecto-1

Our previous reports of Tokyo rides include:

 



 


‘H’

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muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_4200
Muppets / Celebrity:
Jake Gyllenhaal vs octopus

 

Some of our other “H” (Ecchi / エッチ) and octopus reports include:

 



Tokyo: 2018 or 1968?

 

Near Oshiage Station*. 1968 or 2018?
lowerider-tokyoDave-Southgate @DaveSouthgate7

 

 
It’s 2018.
Those tiny 5.20 tires with pin-thin whitewalls didn’t become a thing until the 1980s in the Lowrider community. In 1968, a lowrider would have fat whitewalls mounted on five-spoke Cragars or Astro Supreme rims.

1968 cadillac coupe de deville
My 1968 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, Hello Kitty edition

 
Our previous reports of Tokyo lowriders (Wikipedia) include:

 



 


Doraemon’s new job

The Tokyo Metro hired Japan’s most loved* manga and anime character, Doraemon, to be the mascot of their multilingual website called susuMetro!.”

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The name susuMetro! (すすめメトロ!) plays on word — “susumeru” meaning to “continue” or “move forward” and Metro.


 
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Declared most Japan’s No. 1 character by a recent survey of Japan’s netizens (soranews24.com | 2018/02/01).

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Our previous reports of dorky Doraemon’s jobs include:

 



♪ Let’s start WW3 ♫~

‵Let’s start WW3‵ by the Japanese group WORLD ORDER

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Previous appearances on the 3Yen of the group WORLD ORDER include:

 



 

That was just a one-off, stealth trial of the horror manga artist, Jinji Ito (Wiki).
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The actual Tokyo Metro manners poster of a polite ballerina is actually more lightheart-farted.
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Goji-chan’s b-day!

 godzilla-king-of-the-monsters_animated_
 

 
Godzilla doesn’t have a real birthday, but the original film was released on November 3, 1954, so fans like to think of today, the third, as his 63rd birthday.

 

A few of our many previous stories about Goji-chan (the Japanese diminutive for “Godzilla darling”) include: