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Herro Kitty

 

http://mic.com/articles/97502/hello-kitty-isn-t-a-cat-apparently?utm_source=policymicFB&utm_medium=main&utm_campaign=social

 

Hello Kitty's backstory: She's British, has a twin sister and is a "perpetual third-grader." In the '70s, when Hello Kitty was created, Japanese women "loved the idea of Britain. It represented the quintessential idealized childhood, almost like a white-picket fence. So the biography was created exactly for the tastes of that time."

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What got me was the stated cost of the normal watermelons. Quite the luxury food.

 

http://youtu.be/2JNSpMhJLvg

As I recall, normal watermelons aren't expensive in Japan. Mrs B grumbles that they're expensive here, compared to what she thinks is normal.

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"I'm really looking forward to lots of people fondling my boobs," Rina Serina told the Tokyo Sports newspaper before the event. "But I would be very happy if you would please be delicate."

 

"It's for charity," said the 21-year-old. "Squeeze them, donate money -- let's be happy."

 

^_^

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Herro Kitty

 

http://mic.com/articles/97502/hello-kitty-isn-t-a-cat-apparently?utm_source=policymicFB&utm_medium=main&utm_campaign=social

 

Hello Kitty's backstory: She's British, has a twin sister and is a "perpetual third-grader." In the '70s, when Hello Kitty was created, Japanese women "loved the idea of Britain. It represented the quintessential idealized childhood, almost like a white-picket fence. So the biography was created exactly for the tastes of that time."

Kitty is not British at all. The character is just a Nijntje rip-off.

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"I'm really looking forward to lots of people fondling my boobs," Rina Serina told the Tokyo Sports newspaper before the event. "But I would be very happy if you would please be delicate."

 

"It's for charity," said the 21-year-old. "Squeeze them, donate money -- let's be happy."

 

^_^

 

 

Alas, none of them are the JAV Idols I prefer.

 

Yes, I'm picky picky picky. :P hehehehe

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As I recall, normal watermelons aren't expensive in Japan. Mrs B grumbles that they're expensive here, compared to what she thinks is normal.

 

 

I checked the price of a full watermelon today at a grocery store called Sunplaza. 1380 yen. 12-14 US dollars, depending on the exchange rate. It not expensive like those square watermelons but a bit pricey. Could be that they are cheaper at other times. In Texas, there are huge watermelons that often go for less than 10 US dollars.

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