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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
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Comment count is 13
Killer Joe - 2014-12-01
The fire musta been pretty hot.
crasspm - 2014-12-01
Japanese women, spraying liquid, tubes, sea creatures. Still, I doubt this could be anyone's fetish.
EvilHomer - 2014-12-01
It works for me.

Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2014-12-02
And firearms.

Reefer Fez - 2014-12-01
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 - 2014-12-01

Jet Bin Fever - 2014-12-01
The music alone is worth a few stars.

Lef - 2014-12-01
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 - 2014-12-01
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 - 2014-12-02
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 - 2014-12-02
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 - 2014-12-02
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 - 2014-12-02
Not responsible for under-cooked shrimp.
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