The next time someone asks if you want do ’shrooms, they might be talking about lollipops? Wait, what? If Mario worked the mushroom like the woman in the following advertisement, Super Mario Bros. would be a different game entirely. Read More!
Like all cultures, Japan loves sex. Of course, the island nation also loves fish. Naturally, these two passions have conjugated. Below is a short, but potent documentary on the koi. Is that a koi in your pond or are you happy to see me?
A picture says a thousand words, and that’s never been truer than with the emoji. Take a look with me at the history of the emoji and find out where it’s going next.
You might blame stinky feet on bad hygiene or poor shoe ventilation, but what if it’s the fault of your socks? A new Japanese invention by Muse Ricette suggests that an answer to remedying stinky feet may lie in the material used to make socks. More specifically, a pair of Curetex socks that they make, composed of Japanese “Washi” paper, can allegedly serve as a sweat absorber, deodorant, humidity controller, and UV blocker.