Radishes moan when groped


22 Responses to “Radishes moan when groped”

  1. skeptacally says:

    Squeeze me baby, till the juice runs down my leg.

    The way you squeeze my radish, I’m gonna fall right out of bed.

  2. Steve Hoefer says:

    I’ve often thought that the Bop It toy was one short hack away from being a sexual harassment toy. But I’ve never thought of daikon as… Well now I’ll never be able to think of anything else.

  3. UnderachievingSheep says:

    It’s oddly culturally relevant in that they have made the radishes sound exactly like women in Japanese porn (that moan that to my Western trained ears sounds more like rape/ non consensual sex pleads than pleasure).

    • lecti says:

      Well, maybe to to Eastern trained ears we sound like a bunch of monkeys.

    • teapot says:

      Japanese women don’t sound like Japanese porn like western women don’t sound like western porn so I dont really get your point.

      But you are right in that these sounds come from Japanese porn. Amusingly they decided to use “itai” (it hurts) instead of “iku” (I’m coming). It is weird that Japanese porn consumers expect their fantasy girls to be telling them it hurts (I suspect the turn on is supposed to be the implication it hurts because their junk is so big).

  4. giantasterisk says:

    So that’s a moarn, huh? Not what I was expecting. Those lovely radishes are much too phallic to pair such a girlie sound with them, but some sexy man moarns might be nice….

  5. noah django says:

    moarns \(^ ^)/

  6. KWillets says:

    In Korea it’s common to refer to women with short, squat legs as “turnip legs” (referring to the same vegetable); I wonder if Japan has a similar expression.

  7. Nathan says:

    Oh Japan, Japan, Japan… You’re off your meds again, aren’t you?

  8. David Aked says:

    I’m surprised the obvious hasn’t been said yet.

    “He was hoping for a root (Vegetable)”

  9. exile says:

    Once upon a time, in a garden in Australia…
    [nsfw if your boss hates philodendrons]

    • chgoliz says:

      Once again proof that that Nature is curiouser than anything humans dream up.

      • Quiche de Resistance says:

        Nature used a moth.  Australians decided to give the philodendron a hanj.

        • chgoliz says:

          The bottom is female, the top is male, the covering has to close halfway to protect the female part from being fertilized by its own male part, and a mere moth can lightly skip over the surface and yet effect the equivalent result as a much more thorough handjob….that’s rather curious, to me.

  10. Preston Sturges says:

    Call any vegetable and the chances are good
    The vegetable wiil respond to you


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