Friday, February 25, 2011

Possibly The Most Appropriate Thing I have Ever Posted On This Blog Called "F As In Fun"

Ubisoft is releasing a Wii game called We Dare. Calling it Wii Dare would seem to make more sense, but who am I to argue? In any case, the good news is, it is an amazingly raunchy concept. The bad news is, it is -- at least at this point in time -- only being released in Europe.

The thing is... if someone, if some company, would just release a game like this in the U.S. they would become a ga-jillionaire. Overnight.

Wait until you get a load of this game. Swingers will be on it like a fat kid on cake.

Keep in mind that this is an actual promotional clip for We Dare -- but! -- Ubisoft's legal department just pulled the original clips from YouTube today so only the mashups remain. Like this one. It is the same clip except it has Inception music behind it.

Trust me, you have to see this.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Japanese Human Slip 'N Slide

Okay, I don't know about you, but if I were a contestant on this Japanese game show I would probably lock-up on girl number four, at least, due to the density change in my swim trunks.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Laser Cat Bowling

New Japanese Electronic Music Toy Can (and Will) Be Used For All Sorts of Perversion

Yup. It will.

Crazy Man at Restaurant



"Leave Sean Connery alone!!"

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Cuteness O.D.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Gotta Shock 'Em All, Gotta Shock 'Em All

I did not know this.

I know. I don't know a lot of things, but this is one of them.

Anyway, I did not know that back in 1997 an episode of Pokemon aired on Japanese television that caused hundreds and hundreds of little kids to be rushed to hospitals. The children had experienced seizures! When I read this, I was like WTF? Here's a link to the report.

So anyway, if you're too lazy to click on the link, here's the rundown. There is a scene in the episode containing rapidly flashing colors during a missile attack; specifically blue and red. This particular strobe effect was just crazy enough to F up more than 600 little ones who happened to be watching. The episode — which became known as the "Pokemon Shock" episode — was pretty much banned and later altered with slowed-down frames of animation.

And now — for the first time ever — here is your chance to watch the ORIGINAL, seizure-inducing scene from the infamous "banned from TV" episode of Pokemon. Just remember I am not legally responsible if your head explodes like in Scanners, okay? Watch at your own risk.

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