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Crayon Shin-chan butt pudding: a dessert that twerks! 【gifs】

Crayon Shin-chan butt pudding: a dessert that twerks! 【gifs】

Originally posted on RocketNews24:

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The manga character Crayon Shin-chan is known for his outlandish comments and risque behavior (for a 5-year-old anyway), so it’s no surprise that when a branded pudding kit was released for him, a pair of buns was included as one of the molds.

A pudding shaped like a buttis funny enough, but one home chef decided to kick it up a notch and designed a…

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Several Tokyo train lines were momentarily shut down today in honor of Tohoku Earthquake victims

Several Tokyo train lines were momentarily shut down today in honor of Tohoku Earthquake victims

Originally posted on RocketNews24:

Tokyu Corporation, which runs train lines in the Tokyo Area, announced earlier that at around 2:44 p.m. today all of its trains would stop as part of a training drill to simulate the emergency situation that occurred three years ago today in much of Eastern Japan. It also announced on Twitter that Tokyo’s subway lines run by Toei and Tokyo Metro would stop at…

10-year-old letter arrives from daughter lost to tsunami (you might need tissues for this)

10-year-old letter arrives from daughter lost to tsunami (you might need tissues for this)

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110315-N-2653B-144‘I wonder if you’ll have a grandchild when you get this letter?’   These are the words written by a woman 10 years ago, before she lost her life in the March 2011 tsunami. Her mother and father were shocked to find the letter containing them arrive in the mail this January. While there was no Hollywood movie ending where their beloved daughter turned up…

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peterpayne:

During the snow, a couple was interviewd, with the man saying, “There’s something special about wakling in the snow with your girlfriend [also translatable as ‘boyfriend’ or ‘lover’].” Then the Japanese Internet did this.

peterpayne:

During the snow, a couple was interviewd, with the man saying, “There’s something special about wakling in the snow with your girlfriend [also translatable as ‘boyfriend’ or ‘lover’].” Then the Japanese Internet did this.

BEER FACTS EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW

-A pint of Guinness has fewer calories than Coors and Budweiser and has more flavor than them. Guinness draft has fewer calories than a serving of skim milk, which has 135 calories. It also has fewer calories than a serving of orange juice, which contains 183 calories. Twelve ounces of Guinness contains only 125 calories. 


-The global beer industry is forecast to have a value of $496.6 billion in 2014 compared to the global wine industry which is expected to reach $327.8 billion in 2016.


-It was the accepted practice in Babylon 4,000 years ago that for a month after the wedding, the bride’s father would supply his son-in-law with all the mead he could drink. Mead is a honey beer, and because their calendar was lunar based, this period was called the “honey month” or what we know today as the “honeymoon”.


-Back in 2009 a small Michigan microbrewery called Dark Horse turned down a potentially huge endorsement deal with Nickelback. The spot would have involved a delivery truck pulling up to a frat party with crowd shots of kids holding the beers. Dark Horse ultimately declined because they hated like Nickelback.


-Snow Beer in China is the most popular beer, with 74.8 million barrels sold in 2012.


-Germany serves beer ice cream in popsicle form. Sadly its alcoholic content is less than that found in a standard beer. 


-In the Czech Republic, the average person drinks 346 12-ounce bottles of beer per year - the most of any other country.


-Before thermometers were invented, brewers would dip a thumb or finger into the mix to find the right temperature for adding yeast. Too cold, and the yeast wouldn’t grow. Too hot, and the yeast would die. This thumb in the beer is where we get the phrase “rule of thumb”.


-The moon has a crater named Beer.


-Pale lagers and pilsners account for the top 10 most popular beer brands in the world.


-In 1962, Iron City beer was the brand used to test-market the concept of tab opening aluminium cans. By 1970, over 90% of all beer cans were self-opening. 


-In English pubs, ale is ordered by pints and quarts so in old England, when customers got unruly, the bartender would yell at them to mind their own pints and quarts and settle down. It’s where we get the phrase “mind your P’s and Q’s”.


-At 65 percent alcohol by volume, Armageddon from Brewmaster in Scotland is the world’s strongest beer.


-A beer lover or enthusiast is called a cerevisaphile. Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.


-Beer helped Joseph Priestly discover oxygen. He noticed gases rising from the big vats of beer at a brewery and asked to do some experiments.


-Prohibition, beginning on January 16, 1920, lasted 13 years, 10 months, 19 days, 17 hours, and 32-1/2 minutes, and was rescinded on December 5, 1933, at 3:32 p.m. 


-At spas in Europe, you can literally bathe in beer as a physical and mental therapeutic treatment.


-Beer was the reason the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. It’s clear from the Mayflower’s log that the crew didn’t want to waste beer looking for a better site. The log goes on to state that the passengers “were hassled ashore and made to drink water that the seamen might have the more beer”. 


-Beer contains high levels of silicon, which have been found to increase mineral density in bones, according to researchers. In other words - drink more!


-Centuries ago in England, pub visitors used a novel innovation that enabled them to get their beer served quickly. They used mugs with a whistle baked into the rim, the whistle being used to summon the barmaid. It has been suggested this practice gave birth to the phrase “wet your whistle”. 


-Oktoberfest originally started as a festival celebrating the 1810 marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig.


-At the start of Bavarian Beer Week in Germany, an open-air beer fountain dispenses free beer to the public.


-After consuming a bucket or two of vibrant brew they called aul, or ale, the Vikings would head fearlessly into battle often without armour or even shirts. In fact, the term “berserk” means “bare shirt” in Norse, and eventually took on the meaning of their wild battles.


-Beer is easiest on the kidneys among alcoholic beverages because it has the highest water content. In other words - drink more!


-Germany is home to a beer pipeline. Taps in Veltsin-Arena are connected by a 5km tube of beer.


-During the European Middle Ages and the Renaissance, beer was often a nutritional necessity and was sometimes used in a medicinal setting. It could be flavoured with almost anything, from the bark of fir trees to fresh eggs and thyme. Everyone drank beer, including children. 


-Nobel Prize winner Niels Bohr was given a perpetual supply of beer piped into his house.


-In 1740, Admiral Vernon of the British fleet decided to water down the navy’s rum. Needless to say, the sailors weren’t too pleased and called Admiral Vernon, Old Grog, after the stiff wool grogram coats he wore. The term “grog” soon began to mean the watered down drink itself. When you were drunk on this grog, you were “groggy”, a word still in use today.


-The Code of Hammurabi decreed that bartenders who watered down beer would be executed.


-President Theodore Roosevelt took more than 500 gallons of beer with him on an African safari.


-At the Wife Carrying World Championships, first prize is the wife’s weight in beer.


-In the middle ages “nunchion” was the word for liquid lunches. It was a combination of the words “noon scheken”, or noon drinking. In those days, a large chunk of bread was called lunch. So if you ate bread with your nunchion, you had what we still today call a luncheon.


-A cloud near the constellation Aquila contains enough ethyl alcohol to fill 400 trillion, trillion pints of beer.


-Fried beer won Most Creative Fried Food at the 2010 Texas State Fair.


-By the 1900s most saloons were owned by breweries. The bartenders earned $10 to $15 per week, with Sunday bringing in the most business. 


-Coined in the early 1900s, the word “alcoholiday” means leisure time spent drinking.


-Many years ago in England, pub frequenters had a whistle baked into the rim or handle of their ceramic cups. When they needed a refill, they used the whistle to get some service. “Wet your whistle” is the phrase inspired by this practice.


-The builders of the Great Pyramid of Giza were paid with a daily ration of beer.


-In the 1980s, a beer-drinking goat was elected mayor of Lajitas, TX.


-There is an Egyptian beer, called ‘Bousa’ that is brewed from millet and has been a favourite drink of many for over 3,000 years. Modern Ethiopia has a version made from wheat. It has been hypothesized that this might have been the origin for the word “booze”. Other spellings used are boza, bouza, and booza.

…so, DRINK UP!

CAT/DOG Diaries

EXCERPTS FROM A CAT’S DIARY

DAY 752: My captors continue to taunt me with bizarre little dangling objects. They dine lavishly on fresh meat while I am forced to eat dry cereal. The only thing that keeps me going is the hope of escape and the mild satisfaction I felt from ruining the occasional piece of furniture. Tomorrow I may eat another houseplant.

DAY 761: Today my attempt to kill my captors by weaving around their feet while they were walking almost succeeded, must try this at the top of the stairs. In an attempt to disgust and repulse these vile oppressors I once again induced myself to vomit on their favourite chair… must try this on their bed.

DAY 765: Decapitated a mouse and brought them the headless body, in attempt to make them aware of what I am capable of and to try to strike fear into their hearts. They only cooed and condescended about what a good little cat I was. Hmmm… not working according to plan.

DAY 768: I am finally aware of how sadistic they are. For no good reason I was chosen for the water torture. This time however it included a burning foamy chemical called ‘shampoo’. What sick minds could invent such a liquid? My only consolation is the piece of thumb still stuck between my teeth.

DAY 771: There was some sort of gathering of their accomplices. I was placed in solitary throughout the event. However, I could hear the noise and smell the foul odour of what they call ‘pizza’. More importantly I overheard that my confinement was due to MY power of ‘allergies’. Must learn what this is and how to use it to my advantage.

DAY 774: I am convinced that the other captives are flunkies and maybe snitches. The dog is routinely released and seems more than happy to return. He is obviously a half-wit. The bird on the other hand has got to be an informant and speaks with them regularly. I am certain he reports my every move. Due to his current placement in the metal room his safety is assured. But I can wait. It is only a matter of time…

EXCERPTS FROM A DOG’S DIARY

8:00am: OH BOY! DOG FOOD! MY FAVORITE!

9:00am: OH BOY! A CAR RIDE! MY FAVORITE!

9:40am: OH BOY! A WALK! MY FAVORITE!

10:30am: OH BOY! A CAR RIDE! MY FAVORITE!

11:30am: OH BOY! DOG FOOD! MY FAVORITE!

12:00pm: OH BOY! THE KIDS! MY FAVORITE!

1:00pm: OH BOY! THE YARD! MY FAVORITE!

1:30pm: OH BOY! BATH TIME! MY FAVORITE!

4:00pm: OH BOY! THE KIDS! MY FAVORITE!

5:00pm: OH BOY! DOG FOOD! MY FAVORITE!

5:30pm: OH BOY! MOM! MY FAVORITE!

Can You Believe… Part III [finale]

Can You Believe… Part II

Can You Believe… Part I

Who’s the true songwriters…?

Who’s the true songwriters…?

Japanese collector set to rebuild a WWII Hayabusa fighter planeJapanese collector set to rebuild a WWII Hayabusa fighter plane
Sep 30, 2013  by  John Hofilena

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Japanese collector set to rebuild a WWII Hayabusa fighter plane

Japanese collector set to rebuild a WWII Hayabusa fighter plane

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When I Was A Kid…

When I Was A Kid…

Any Key?

Any Key?

SHARED: Fukushima’s Worst-Case Scenarios*I have heard much of the media “spinning” the worst of this disaster. And who can blame them? Much…View Post

SHARED: Fukushima’s Worst-Case Scenarios

*I have heard much of the media “spinning” the worst of this disaster. And who can blame them? Much…

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New Japan, Old Japan / Shrine attracts otaku pilgrims

September 21, 2013

BY: Ryuzo Suzuki / Yomiuri Shimbun Photographer KUKI, Saitama—Washinomiya Shrine is said to be the Kanto region’s oldest grand shrine. Located in Kuki, northeastern Saitama Prefecture, it is linked with Minamoto no Yoritomo (1147-1199), a warlord who founded the Kamakura shogunate.

KUKI, Saitama—Washinomiya Shrine

KUKI, Saitama—Washinomiya Shrine is said to be the Kanto region’s oldest grand shrine. Located in Kuki, northeastern Saitama Prefecture, it is linked…

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