|kennydra - 2008-10-20 |
honestly my stars are for the tags, which confused and terrified me before watching this video.
|Corman's Inferno - 2008-10-20 |
Why is the fat guy in the top hat asking about tampons? Is... is it female?!
|Hooker - 2008-10-20 |
What's not to understand?
|robotkarateman - 2008-10-20 |
Ultra stars for Proctor and Gamble using their satanic symbols in Japan.
|Xenocide - 2008-10-20 |
Bonus star for timing the "boing" sound effect to coincide with the pad going between the girl's legs. Japan is special.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-10-20 |
Maxipads that help you fight back against people who won't form a line.
|Godard's Drinking Problem - 2008-10-20 |
Well, at least there was no visible blood. Thanks for the restraint, Japan!
|Cube - 2008-10-20 |
I think I need to get some of those, if it makes everything so easy.
|Comatose2 - 2008-10-20 |
Excuse my ignorance, but why the "pudding" tag?
|Evilhead - 2008-10-20 |
The Space Channel 5 chick always wears super short skits, white underwear, and dances a lot. The ad is saying if even she can go without spillage then there certainly okay for you! Forget she is a CG character and doesn't bleed (aside from various self-published comics featuring her bleeding, which I'm sure there are somewhere).
|MrBuddy - 2008-10-20 |
Hey this video makes a LOT more sense when you see it on PoeTV. On TVinJapan.com they left out the part with the people storming the information desk. All I saw was the woman grimacing, shaking her head then turning into uh... Ulala? Or whatever....
Pudding. She turns into Pudding. AKA Ulala's blue rival from the other network.
|Disaster - 2008-10-20 |
I could swear this is a dupe
|citrusmirakel - 2008-10-20 |
See, they had to get Pudding to do this, because as we all know, Ulala does not menstruate.
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