Our favourite cross dressing bass and electric guitar player has uploaded another video of himself rocking a skirt, showing the they look a little too fine legs and playing a mean bass to K-On!!‘s opening theme song “Go! Go! Maniac!”. You may want to scroll past this video if you’re on a computer at work or in a public space. Unless you’re in a position to explain why you’re watching a video of a man in a dress in his bedroom and a pair of headphones.
When a guy can play a bass this well, what he’s wearing quickly goes out of the window…up until he falls back on his bed and treats everybody to an up-skirt. That’s fan service right there.
Do you know what’s sadder than than the fact I’ve been humming the “Super gaijin” song for the past hour and that I wouldn’t mind downloading an instrumental of it? Is that there is a high probability that there are ‘gaijin’ in Japan who do what Super gaijin does in some form, only without the outfit. Super gaijin is not helping the cause for present and future expats in Japan. And the dancing was more offensive than the local guy beat down and the kicking of a guys bento.
Super powered gaijin fail. But a win for the theme song that’s so terrible it’s the best thing ever.
Paired with a catchy tune, Japanese dance moves and a $10,000 prize, Lotte’s new campaign to promote Fit’s Gum is sure to generate a lot of attention. Teaming up with YouTube, Lotte is seeking contestants to submit their own Fit’s dance. The best entries are posted on Lotte’s YouTube channel where you can also view their current marketing campaign videos. Listen to the dance track below as well as very detailed instructions on how to chew gum (because its really hard).
Fit’s Gum Jingle
Sadly, unless you live in Japan, you can’t win the grand prize. However, this shouldn’t stop you from downloading the music and practicing your moves if this comes stateside. Hit the jump for a nice little widget that teaches you the dance moves.
Friday 9 January 2009 @ 3:46 pm | By David 'KidKobun' Bruno
Well I suppose I really shouldn’t be surprised. I mean it was only a matter of time before the Nintendo 64 Kid was forced to step down from his throne fashioned out of millions upon millions of lolz from all over the world. Thus, I present you with the “Wii Kid.”
Sure it doesn’t really roll off of the tounge like the pseudonym of his predecessor, but the video clip is still funny as all hell.
Gaming blog Game | Life has just released an exclusive video of the brand new Everybody’s Nintendo channel which launched in Japan yesterday. I won’t bother explaining what this channel is, as all is explained in the video – courtesy of a super happy man. Take a look…
I am digging this channel. I know I’d use it quite a bit, providing Nintendo actually update it exclusively. I am definitely liking the downloading of DS demo’s. This channel could easily be the number 1 resource for the latest media and info on Wii and DS releases. I just hope Nintendo don’t see this channel as an excuse to skimp on their already lacking promotion when it comes to console software. They had better not get complacent and I object to conversations such as this taking place at Nintendo HQ in Kyoto…
Miyamoto: Are we going to promote our new Wii game? Iwata: F**k that! Just throw a page and a slow ass loading video on the Everybody’s Nintendo channel. Miyamoto: Word! Let’s go find a bitch to take to a love hotel. Iwata: Hell yeah! And we’ll make that bitch buy a DS and a copy of WiiFit.
The Everybody’s Nintendo channel has the potential to be a really cool new channel and is probably one of the most useful channels out of the ones Nintendo has releases so far. Even more so than the news and weather channels. I’m not too interested in world news or the weather, but I need to know when certain games are releasing and to see a video of Shigeru Miyamoto explaining why I should give him all my money for a white dinner tray that I stand on and sway from side to side. Yes. I am that sad and that shallow.
There is no date on when the Everybody’s Nintendo channel will release outside of Japan. I’d like to think we’ll all have it by Christmas, but being realistic and knowing how Nintendo roll, the rest of the world probably won’t get it until February or March and that’s if we’re lucky.
Swiss underwear company Sloggi held a competition in Japan find Nihon’s best booty. Check out the video to see highlights from the show and an interview with the winner Kaho Watanabe, in which she talks about how she was apprehensive about entering the contest and didn’t think she’d win because she’d burnt her arse sitting on a curling iron. Silly girl obviously forgot to plug it out before she sat on it. Roll video.
Would somebody please pass me a flashlight, because I’m looking for those girls’ arses. I’ve seen more booty on ironing boards! The judges must’ve had a hard time deciding on a winner because all of those girl have arses as flat as pancakes. There is a misconception and stereotype that all Japanese girls have zero junk in the trunk and Sloggi’s ‘Japan’s best ass’ competition didn’t do much to counter that. Though in the winners defence, she has a nice rack. What she wasn’t graced with in the back, she compensates with in the front. So congrats to Kaho and her ‘best ass’ win.
Have you ever wondered what Super Mario galaxy would look like on the SNES? Nope, me neither. But spiderfalcox obviously has and as a resulthas recreated a Super Mario galaxy trailer, given it the 16 bit treatment and it looks awesome! This is proof that anything that features Mario is guaranteed hotness. (NOTE TO READERS: In the delusional world in which J lives, Mario is missing and the Super Mario film featuring Bob Hoskins does not exist).
Even if Nintendo had shown this 16 bit version of Super Mario galaxy at e3 I’d still piss myself over it. It looks a lot more fun and more interesting than New Super Mario bros. A game which (and it pains me to say this) I found a wee bit boring.
Oh! And in case some of you are wondering “What the f**k!? None of that looks even remotely like what was shown at e3 this year!?” It’s because it’s based on the Super Mario galaxy trailer that was shown at this year’s GDC. You can view the said trailer here.
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