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2006-12-01 - 10:01 a.m.
Well, Brin is down for another visit. So posting will be short and quick.
In the You Gotta Be Kidding Dept.:
Sanrio has come out with a Paris Hilton version of Hello Kitty, only availiable in Japan.
All together now: WHY???
And in the You Really ARE Kidding Dept:
Gallery Of The Absurd created a Japanese Paris Hilton doll, complete with "Engrish" instructions.
Folks, I've seen really bad translations to English from Japanese or Chinese on some of these toys (not to mention this classic). This really is as bad as it can get.
It's the first of December. The kids are already starting the Christmas begging.
"Those of you with or without children, you'll understand." - Bill Cosby
Men will also be begging for a toy for Christmas - probably this.
And on that silly note...be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Requiel - 2006-12-01 18:49:26 - http://requiel.diaryland.com
That could be Paris or Brit. hehe.
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