Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Horror Paper



In Japan, the author of horror film The Ring, Koji Suzuki, is marketing a nine chapter novella aptly named "Drop" which is embossed on toilet paper.

The novella which, according to the manufacturer Hayashi Paper, can be read in just a few minutes, is set in a public restroom. "Drop" takes up about three feet (90 centimeters) of a roll.

The company promotes the toilet paper, which will sell for 210 yen ($2.20) a roll, as "a horror experience in the toilet." Toilets in Japan were traditionally tucked away in a dark corner of the house due to religious beliefs. Parents would tease children that a hairy hand might pull them down into the dark pool below.

And there you have it peeps.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Shitapai


The eroticism of the shitapai (literally “the breast from underneath” or “the lower half of the breast”). This is a huge fetish in Japan right now. Consider it a new way of looking at/fantasizing about/eroticising the breast on the toilet.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Rainbow Clown Toilet Vomit!


theiguy:
this is kindof what i felt like today. only not at all.
(via nerviosismo)

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Dig, Poop, and Roll

via WaggaDig, Poop, and Roll

The first time I saw a naked mole rat, I was wearing a hot pink unitard. My undergraduate modern dance company – shudder-worthy words, I know – was performing in “Boo at the Zoo” in Philadelphia. As best we could tell, this quaint Halloween variety show was designed to keep young witches, goblins, and Bratz Dolls safely inside the wholesome city zoo and off the dangerous city streets.

We decided to forego our Rape of Nanking docu-dance to Pink Floyd in favor of a family-friendly Rusted Root number with feathered masks. Afterwards, eight bewildered Disney princesses heeded their mothers’ demands that they clap, and we threw on flip-flops and hoodies, and wandered off to enjoy our free zoo admission...