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Desc:Japanese women demonstrate an alternative and frankly showy means of shrimp-preparation
Category:Humor, Advertisements
Tags:launcher, Shrimp, WTF Japan, sauce, aim shrimp away from face
Submitted:BHWW
Date:12/01/14
Views:1243
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Comment count is 13
Killer Joe
The fire musta been pretty hot.
crasspm
Japanese women, spraying liquid, tubes, sea creatures. Still, I doubt this could be anyone's fetish.
EvilHomer
It works for me.


Reefer Fez
Instead of gobbledygook in the title, it should be ""3 Second Cooking - Fried Shrimp".

Also, just to be a real party-pooper, this is only an ad for NTT Docomo, one of the main cell phone providers in Japan.
Oktay
YOU MEAN IT"S NOT REAL???

Jet Bin Fever
The music alone is worth a few stars.

Lef
hehe, you said pooper.


agree with your suggestion, stars withheld until the title is fixed.

Totally a fetish, the goggled look of disdain at 0:44 is hawt.

BHWW
OK, I'll edit the title, sheesh. Plus I was pretty sure this was an advert, I may not know a lot of Japanese but I know a commercial when I see one.

Lef
Everything is an advertisement in one form or another. This was a great video and deserved a sensible title, so that future historians can appreciate this absurd shrimp fetish advert.

Reefer Fez
It's a parody of a real cooking segment called "3 Minute Cooking", sponsored by Kewpie Mayonnaise.

Yahoo featured this in their scroll bar, and the comments run to around 80-90% of people believing it real, even though the article even stated it was a commercial (which has actually yet to air in Hokkaido).

infinite zest
Interesting. To someone who doesn't know any Japanese, I thought that it might have been an ad for a restaurant given what looks like a menu at the end, but that's about it. If I knew it was a cellular provider, I would've just auto-assumed that it's a metaphor for the speed of the network or something.

Robin Kestrel
Not responsible for under-cooked shrimp.
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