thread Things I've seen today:-
A deer that bowed to me

A man jacking up in a park

A woman reading a porn mag on a train

The biggest penis EVAR*

*on a human

permalink welcome to Japan!
permalink When we kitted my new shed out
I put a four core wire from the shed into the house so I could link into the hifi, and wired in speakers.

The wire was disconnected at the house end for a while. Now I come to put it back I'm not sure which colour wires should go where. I'm currently looking through swathes of old photos hoping I've got one of the wiring somewhere. :(
permalink Oh
Cowjam.
permalink Cut the blue wire!!!
Wait, no, the red!
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https://youtu.be/AZgwY...
permalink Splendid
permalink something something, and I'm not even in Japan something something
I've just seen the biggest bloody duck I've ever seen, just a mallard but absolutely fucking enormous, like an ostrich it was.
permalink bigger than
the muscovy ducks in Ely?
permalink yeah, enormous
forget swans breaking your arm, this one would have had your leg off.
permalink jacking up really.. was he gaijin?
permalink No, a local.
Speaking to a friend who's lived here a while, it seems he was probably homeless and diabetic; he will have been given free drugs by the state
permalink How big? And why did you see it?
We need to know.
permalink About 8" on the slack, and *very* fat.
I was in an onsen. The locals, who tend to be underhung, couldn't stop looking.

His missus was in the women's bit, apparently, and had a shaved minge
permalink Ah yes. Onsen.
All the cocks I saw in there were tiny and hiuuigely hairy. Apparrently wome's section boasted a similar surfeit of hair.

So Mr Big Cock and Mrs Shaven Minge would definitely be unusual.
permalink I hope you muttered "Hi Cockalorum"
under your breath
permalink Not to mention
Blimmy Hyraki. Which has, by the way, become one of the catchphrases of this trip, along with the Cheesecake Song from the Muppet Show. I also know how to say vegetarian, folding knife, milky tea, men's underwear, trainer liners and 'thank you, that was delicious' in Japanese
permalink Thus leading
to some very confused waiters
permalink Noodles, sloggis, etc?