“Japanese government sends individuals quarantining at home free care packages! Shown is for 1 person (me) in Tokyo.”
"This perfectly sliced bacon."
“Drove by a helicopter wrapped in plastic this morning.”
“The raincover for our stroller is completely yellow when dry, but has butterflies showing up when it gets wet.”
“My beer was served in a box.”
“Braided Gummy Worm Bracelet.”
“Found a pair of glasses ingrained with a tree while cutting wood.”
“Drink driving warning on back of beer can.”
“Someone put a Bob Ross toaster in our breakroom, and it burns an image of Bob Ross onto the toast.”
“My entire car is covered in snow, but it’s melted around where my dashcam is.”
“New notebook next to one used the last year.”
“My parents silverware is purple.”
“This massive cheese aisle in a Wisconsin grocery store.”
“The gas station near me has the price of coffee also listed.”
“Garlic…but each one is a single clove.”
“I got to use a Mold-A-Matic machine today. It’s a machine from the 60s that makes a plastic souvenir toy on demand.”
“This mall has a “husband depository” with massage chairs and phone chargers.”
“This is how plastic pizza savers come stacked!”
“This burger puzzle has a piece shaped like the whole puzzle.”
“Brand new laundry dye catcher vs. one used for about a year.”
cutlery is fine the way it is without doing something like this
Apparently this is in a high priced japanese restaurant. They normally serve warm Sake in these Boxes. The point is, that they float while you sit in a hot yacuzi or geothermal well and you have to drink it carefully because that stuff delivers a punch especially when hot.
That's beer served in (masu) sake cup.
Whoever thought this was a good idea should have their ironic beard folded a thousand times.
#15 I would've like to have these when I worked in a restaurant. Way less pealing to do.
Here in Germany, you can get them in every super market next to regular Garlic. Taste is the same and it is often sold as "China garlic" or "Asia garlic" but I don't know if it is really from there.
Well, if you stop looking in a mirror, you won't see it anymore.
Seriously... You don't have to make every comment negative.
Have mom make you some pancakes. You will feel better.
Turns out this was a misleading Reddit post. It was for one specific neighborhood in Japan. A wealthy neighborhood. Not all of Tokyo.
In Manila, households got a bag of rice and some inexpensive vegetables.