By Lisa Katayama at 9:54 am Wed, Jul 28, 2010
[via Spoon & Tamago via TokyoMango]
“YES! I am SO SOOTHED!”
What, no tentacles?
I tend to powder, not cream.
Good lord, capcha!
They need to advertise Gold Bond like this. Seriously, nothing is more vague than a Gold Bond powder commercial, and that stuff is SO GOOD.
Whoa! After it plays and there’s the line of other videos at the bottom of the screen… don’t click on the 2nd one! Definitely NSFW!!! Yikes!
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“Whoa! After it plays and there’s the line of other videos at the bottom of the screen… don’t click on the 2nd one! Definitely NSFW!!! Yikes!”
Hey, it features that guy’s son, who is a meme!
wow… it must feel weird having your son’s baby picture used to censor japanese penises on tv
That guy’s a gay porn star.
So yet another name for crotch rot!
My favorite is ‘dhobi rot': the term comes from the British occupation of India and refers to an aggressive crotch yeast infection that the washerwomen (dhobis) are prone to because they stand in the water all day long.
I think it is great that it is socially acceptable in Japan to have some form of crotch rot: when I went to my doctor here (after a very sweaty stay in a tropical country) he assumed that I had been doing something “bad” and asked about sexual partners,
No sir, this is just a non-vaginal yeast infection, and it can be very annoying and hard to get rid of!
Need ringtone. Someone please rip and post!
I wonder what that strange ripping sound right before that man’s utterance of pure delight is.
Can anybody provide a full translation of the jingle?
Nope. Sorry. Still doesn’t beat this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CpftkjHM7w
I definitely preferred the gay porn one.
That’s funny, I was just asking my (Japanese) wife if the feminine itching cream I see advertised everywhere might work on my nuts too. I guess I don’t need to find out anymore.
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