Even if you haven't decorated your house for Christmas yet, you still have time to grow a "Magic Christmas Tree" or a "Magic Snowman"! The Magic Christmas Tree consists of a basic tree and a liquid to be added to its base in order to grow green crystal leaves in 12 hours. It also includes red garlands and a star for the top of the tree. The Magic Snowman is basically the same and its white crystals grow in approximately 24 hours. Before you ask me, these are not made in Japan and have been around for a while. But they are top selling items in Rakuten this holiday season due to their affordable price and ideal size as a gift.
Holy shit batman, this is a new life size doll, that is threatening the inflatable woman industry. Now the question, do I start upgrading, or stay with the old reliable? These lovely new dolls are very expensive, but are made to suite, you pick out everything. Oh life, why must you make me make such hard choices!!!!!
I know it's not in English, It's in Japanese, but this is the newest flavor in Japan, Wasabi Ice Cream!! Yes, Wasabi, Japanese Horse radish, That super spicy paste you have on your sushi, now can be enjoyed with your ice cream, because I mean what could be tastier then a big spoonfull of wasabi flavored ice cream. There three other new flavors,,,,,,cucumber, soy sauce, and cactus. Well, I guess Ben & Jerries have there work cut out for them, if they hope to enter the Japenese market.
Ok, were just taking this way to fucking far, a god damn rubber for your cell phone!!!!! Come on, live dangerously, take a chance, what in the fuck are you going to catch, it's your fucking cell phone, it's not like someone is shoving it up there asses when your not around. Well, I don't know, I mean I guess if you put it on vibrate, that might kinda come in handy,,,,could I please get a pack of the pretty pink ones,,,,,thanks
I got my phone bill today from TOT, the Telephone Organization of Thailand. There was an insert in the envelope advertising some of their new services. I normally just toss these things. But upon closer examination they have a new offer that looks very interesting. Take a close look at the photo above and tell me if this is something you would not expect from a boring old telephone company.
Now thats service!!!!!
* Greeks do it the most, followed by Croatia, Serbia, and Bulgaria. * Malaysians like to do it in the toilet and their parent’s bedroom * Thais like to use porn. * Indians are late to start and faithful at it. * South Africans risk their lives doing it (which may explain a lot) as do women from New Zealand. * The Chinese are least happy (22%!) with it. * The Japanese do it the least, again (just 45 times a year); Singaporeans rank second to last (at 73 times a year). * Canadian women like it more than Canadian men. * Australians are average. Also note,Taiwanese are the most likely (47%) to use vibrators as a sex aid;
With the US State Department issuing terror alert warnings for Guangzhou and other areas, it's refreshing to see that the capital has started taking precautions.:
This sign I noticed in the Sanlitun diplomatic compound in Beijing: You are not allowed to blow up your car! Not sure if it is a temporary sign (Mr. Bush will visit Beijing this week) or whether it has been here longer already. Or does it mean something else?
Why can't we simplify our terror alerts, fuck what orange or red means, just give use a sign saying what we can and can not blow up.
I'm sorry, but we will need to reschedule all car bombings. I am sorry for the inconvience caused by this, but we do have a few openings for next week.
Following the revelation that Malaysian's prefer to have sex in washrooms, TV Smith produces the definitive guide.:
In the recent 2005 Durex Global Sex Survey, Malaysians overwhelmingly picked the toilet as the preferred place for shagging outside a bedroom. In view of this prevalent practice, Dua Sen presents the definitive guide to toilet bonking...
Where: Recommended: • Unisex toilets: Beach Club, Passion, Loft, Thai Club, Liquid KL • Spacious toilets: Imbi Food Court, KL, Press Club of KL. • Lonely toilets: Shell Station, Batu 13 Ulu Langat. • Artistic toilets: Pudu Complex (excellent erotic graffiti on doors).
Not recommended: • Rajooz Curry House PJ - Stack of dirty dishes inside. • The Mall KL - The doors are about 3 or 4 feet high. • Boutique Toilet KLCC - Will people who won't pay for a room pay RM 4 for a toilet? • LRT Stations - Gadget mounted to prevent squatting over bowl hinders smooth sex. • Zouk KL - Bouncers get upset. • Toilets for the handicapped - Peter Tan gets really upset.
Don't forget to watch out for the plunger being left in a place that could become a danger to you or your partnet. That could really kill the mood.
"Speaking of hurricanes, America's sociologists are perplexed: despite damage that surpassed New Orleans, why was there no looting in Mississippi? Magnolia Stater and Katrina survivor JSS3 sends some photo data that may help solve this mystery."
The Attck of the killer Grandma's!!!!!
The International Institute of Peace and Love
To All My Fellow Americans Who Voted for George W. Bush:
On this, the fourth anniversary of 9/11, I'm just curious, how does it feel?
How does it feel to know that the man you elected to lead us after we were attacked went ahead and put a guy in charge of FEMA whose main qualification was that he ran horse shows?
That's right. Horse shows.
I really want to know -- and I ask you this in all sincerity and with all due respect -- how do you feel about the utter contempt Mr. Bush has shown for your safety? C'mon, give me just a moment of honesty. Don't start ranting on about how this disaster in New Orleans was the fault of one of the poorest cities in America. Put aside your hatred of Democrats and liberals and anyone with the last name of Clinton. Just look me in the eye and tell me our President did the right thing after 9/11 by naming a horse show runner as the top man to protect us in case of an emergency or catastrophe.
I want you to put aside your self-affixed label of Republican/conservative/born-again/capitalist/ditto-head/right-winger and just talk to me as an American, on the common ground we both call America.
Are we safer now than before 9/11? When you learn that behind the horse show runner, the #2 and #3 men in charge of emergency preparedness have zero experience in emergency preparedness, do you think we are safer?
When you look at Michael Chertoff, the head of Homeland Security, a man with little experience in national security, do you feel secure?
When men who never served in the military and have never seen young men die in battle send our young people off to war, do you think they know how to conduct a war? Do they know what it means to have your legs blown off for a threat that was never there?
Do you really believe that turning over important government services to private corporations has resulted in better services for the people?
Why do you hate our federal government so much? You have voted for politicians for the past 25 years whose main goal has been to de-fund the federal government. Do you think that cutting federal programs like FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers has been good or bad for America? GOOD OR BAD?
With the nation's debt at an all-time high, do you think tax cuts for the rich are still a good idea? Will you give yours back so hundreds of thousands of homeless in New Orleans can have a home?
Do you believe in Jesus? Really? Didn't he say that we would be judged by how we treat the least among us? Hurricane Katrina came in and blew off the facade that we were a nation with liberty and justice for all. The wind howled and the water rose and what was revealed was that the poor in America shall be left to suffer and die while the President of the United States fiddles and tells them to eat cake.
That's not a joke. The day the hurricane hit and the levees broke, Mr. Bush, John McCain and their rich pals were stuffing themselves with cake. A full day after the levees broke (the same levees whose repair funding he had cut), Mr. Bush was playing a guitar some country singer gave him. All this while New Orleans sank under water.
It would take ANOTHER day before the President would do a flyover in his jumbo jet, peeking out the window at the misery 2500 feet below him as he flew back to his second home in DC. It would then be TWO MORE DAYS before a trickle of federal aid and troops would arrive. This was no seven minutes in a sitting trance while children read "My Pet Goat" to him. This was FOUR DAYS of doing nothing other than saying "Brownie (FEMA director Michael Brown), you're doing a heck of a job!"
My Republican friends, does it bother you that we are the laughing stock of the world?
And on this sacred day of remembrance, do you think we honor or shame those who died on 9/11/01? If we learned nothing and find ourselves today every bit as vulnerable and unprepared as we were on that bright sunny morning, then did the 3,000 die in vain?
Our vulnerability is not just about dealing with terrorists or natural disasters. We are vulnerable and unsafe because we allow one in eight Americans to live in horrible poverty. We accept an education system where one in six children never graduate and most of those who do can't string a coherent sentence together. The middle class can't pay the mortgage or the hospital bills and 45 million have no health coverage whatsoever.
Are we safe? Do you really feel safe? You can only move so far out and build so many gated communities before the fruit of what you've sown will be crashing through your walls and demanding retribution. Do you really want to wait until that happens? Or is it your hope that if they are left alone long enough to soil themselves and shoot themselves and drown in the filth that fills the street that maybe the problem will somehow go away?
I know you know better. You gave the country and the world a man who wasn't up for the job and all he does is hire people who aren't up for the job. You did this to us, to the world, to the people of New Orleans. Please fix it. Bush is yours. And you know, for our peace and safety and security, this has to be fixed. What do you propose?
I have an idea, and it isn't a horse show.
This is the Kano Sisters. I just thought everyone should meet them, there from Japan, one is a former miss Japan, there models, and basically Japan's version of the Hilton sisters. Anyone else want to make a trade with Japan, I know I would rather look at these two, then the Hiltons any day!!!!!
Wife took me to this temple to walk around the grounds, very pretty place.
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