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Wednesday, 29 September 2010

About the blog title...

Basically my friend went to Japan recently and brought me back the most obscure gift he could. This is what he bought. Apparently they're all the rage. Towels. In a cup.


51 comments:

  1. I just bought some underwear in a box today. Boxer shorts, even!

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  2. Thats so funny, i think i'll order myself one

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  3. Those crazy japanese people what will they think of next.
    dmaynenet.blogspot.com

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  4. I never really got in to One Piece. Always been a Bleach fan

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  5. Japan has the craziest shit. Which is why I want to go there.

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  6. Towel in a cup eh? Crazy Japs.

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  7. STAND THE FUCK BACK

    IT'S A FUCKING TOWEL... INSIDE A CUP!

    MIND = BLOWN.

    Lolled man. Looks nifty. Like it's made to be used as a cup and if you ever spill anything you have a towel, right there. Or you can hold the cup with the towel if the drink you put in the cup is too hot. Jesus it's better than sliced bread, think of the possibilities.

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  8. @/k/anadian

    Supposedly all japanese men carry around towels to wipe their face with. I would agree with your point about drinking from the cup but its literally about 2 inches tall lol. You could maybe get a mouthful in there.

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  9. wow xD Japan is weird... I hate one piece though >.>

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  10. I guess if you need a really fresh towel, this will come in handy.

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  11. @FF14 Fan

    How can you hate One Piece?! Each to their own I guess ;_;

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  12. Fucking Japan, man.
    They have all kinds of crazy shit in all kinds of crazy containers.
    Where I come from we have IKEA.
    Yeah.

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  13. @ryukai

    Ah, was hard to see how big it was. Could be a shot glass? Neat things tho.

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  14. @/k/anadian

    Yeah it's about the size of a shot glass. The towel itself fits perfectly on top a Gamecube if you can picture that for its size.

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  15. @ryukai
    I see now, seems pretty handy. I have allergies and a sinus infection, so disposable tissue paper is a bit more what I have on me at all times...

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  16. japan seems to have a weird tradition of packing things in weird containers, though canada gives them a run for their money with the whole milk in bags thing

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  17. There is a shirt in a can that you spray on.

    By the way the first time I read your username I kind of considered you a blogging-buddy.

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  18. LOL
    sounds like gaga.. she would most likely have chairs as a dress..
    wait a minute, she HAS.,,lol

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  19. I don't... understand. Why would a cup be more effective as a method of packaging/delivery/distribution than a flat package?

    Oh, Japan. You so crazy.

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  20. Wait, wat? Why is there a towel in that cup?

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  21. Why don't we have these in America?

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  22. This is definitely odd, but good for a laugh.

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  23. GET OUT OF THERE TOWEL YOU'RE A TOWEL YOU DON'T BELONG IN CUPS YOU BELONG ROUND THE WAISTS OF MEN AND ON THE HEAD OF WOMEN

    On that note, how do women do that towel thing on their head?

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  24. weird as hell, but so is Japan

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  25. Japan!

    To be honest I'd still thank your buddy. Just 'cause it's Japanese.

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  26. HA HA ha... Japan- you so crazy!

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  27. Oh Japan. Seems interesting though, I'd try it just for the novelty,

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  28. Holy Mary's bloody tampon, I want that stuff.

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  29. These are pretty cool! I saw a lot of them when I was in Hong Kong, they had a lot of interesting things!

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  30. that was interesting... can't wait to see what you post tomorrow

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  31. hehe lol :) That was just funny.. I mean, why do they sell these xD

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  32. I like this blog. I'll check back tomorrow for a new update :)

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  33. I just had a bowl or shirt for breakfast

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  34. fuck mAn you can get any thing in Japan, I heard there are school girl underwear vending machines there T_T so scary !

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  35. TOWELS? IN A CUP?
    makes sense.

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  36. OMG WTF is the point!? and yet ... I want one.

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  37. okay so this is like a wash rag i get it.

    the 2in cup threw me off.

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  38. Almost as cool as a pair of panties from a vending machine.

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  39. haha that's quite an awesome source for your blog name.

    also "EdwardPrinceofWales said... neat shirt" made me lol.

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