America Officially Challenges Japan to a Robot Duel

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Umm... guys? They have Gundams. Are you sure about this?

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2 Hours of Unlimited Alcohol in Japan

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These two men try everything that that they can from the menu of an all you can drink restaurant in Tokyo. 

The Game is Simple: Don't Suck, and Get the Bug in Your Opponent's Mouth. WHAT?

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God bless you Japan. For everything.

This is from the show AKBingo!, a popular program featuring members of the popular idol group AKB48. Yes, that 48 is in reference to the number of members in the band and yes that means there's an army of pop singers with their own variety show overseas.

But really the important thing is that right now two of those divas are trying to blow an insect (cockraoch? Cicada?) into the other person's mouth, where they will be forced to eat the dang thing.

In other news, just another day on Japanese variety show television.

Women Get Their Legs Stretched Open on the Newest Weird Japanese "Game Show"

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Dudes getting their junk rubbed while singing? That's so last week. All the cool kids are scoping out this new "game show" that features women basically being stretched in a way that the Spanish Inquisition would even call into question.

Presidential Weeaboo Barack Obama Thanks Japan for Anime, Emoji

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Obama clearly had his priorities in place when honoring Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe.  And I quote: "Today is a chance for Americans, especially our young people, to say thank you for all the things we love from Japan. Like karate and karaoke. Manga and anime. And, of course, emojis."

Way to go, chief.

weeaboo obama

Japanese Game Show Where Guys Are "Pleasured" While Singing Karaoke

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I need to move to japan just for their game shows
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Japan has done it again! Now you can watch guys try to keep their cool while getting a handy, all while trying to stay in key. The Japanese truly have their finger (and possibly their whole hand) on the throbbing pulse of television. 

Just in case you're curious, here's the video: