tradagistiabeads.tk/map3.php Murray The first hamsters to come to the UK arrived in a coat pocket. Anna An effective way to treat snoring is to regularly play the didgeridoo. Dan The North-East has the greatest variety of ginger hair in the world, with forty-seven shades. Jess EastEnders star Adam Woodyatt was beaten in the London Marathon this year by a man in a sleeping bag, a woman in a full-body dinosaur suit, and a man carrying a tumble-dryer.
The Queen's nickname is Gary. Australian Queensland police successfully lowered crime rates this year by asking victims to stop reporting crimes. The Catalan region does regular checks of websites that end in. When Wal-Mart opened in Germany, it scrapped its policy of making employees smile at customers because the Germans found it too weird. It is really easy to beat chimpanzees at the game Rock Paper Scissors. Cleaning your teeth is the only time you get to clean your skeleton. No such thing as a cannibal squirrel It is easier to speak Dutch if you're drunk. American president Calvin Coolidge used to ride a robot horse inside the White House three times a day.
The man who invented email later changed career to become a sheep's semen importer. The inventor of the bra had a pet whippet named Clitoris. When King George VI married the Queen Mother, the Archbishop of Canterbury wouldn't let them broadcast the ceremony on the radio in case people listened in the pub without removing their hats. The Brazilian frog known as the Pumpkin Toadlet has a mating call that can be heard by every animal out there except for one: other Pumpkin Toadlets.
British Army soldiers can wear the same underwear for three months straight. Donald Trump this year confused Theresa May with a glamour model. An Archbishop in Sicily has banned Mafia members from being godfathers. American pioneering explorers Lewis and Clark have been tracked via their poo. Army ant nests are made of other army ants. In Italy, fishermen went on strike to protest against extremely intelligent dolphins.
In , there was a cheese riot in Nottingham where the mayor of Nottingham was knocked over by a large cheese. Baby robins sometimes eat so many caterpillars they turn green. The Russian communist leader Vladimir Lenin spoke with an Irish accent. In Japan, if you make a mistake at work you can hire someone to get told off by your boss, so you don't have to.
A hotel called the Niagara had to close because it was flooded. The first loop-the-loop rollercoaster closed because so many riders were passing out. America has a national grocery bag packing competition. One of the things you need to know in order to become a British Citizen is who introduced shampoo to the United Kingdom. If your metabolism was as fast as a hummingbird's, you'd need to drink a can of Coke every minute to stay alive. In , San Francisco held a referendum over whether police officer Bob Geary was allowed to patrol while carrying a ventrilloquist's dummy called Brendan O'Smartie.
Game of Thrones has set a world record for most stuntmen on fire at the same time. The telephone dialling code for Cape Canaveral, the famous rocket-launch site, is The world's largest honey bees make hallucinogenic honey, and you're only allowed to collect this honey if you've had a specific dream.
The man who invented the pink flamingo garden ornament dressed in matching clothes with his wife for 35 years. When Winston Churchill made his first radio address to the people of occupied France, he had his male French coach sitting on his lap. Meghan Markle's ancestors were executed by Prince Harry's ancestors.
An ancient Greek form of contraception was a suppository made of frankincense, myrrh and blister beetles. Oregon has twelve times as many Christmas trees as humans. The man who brought the phrase "Merry Christmas" to English was also the first Englishman to use the word "Prosecco". It is believed to be anything up to 95 years old. When British author William Haslet died, his landlady was so keen to re-let his room that she hid his body under the bed while she showed new tenants around. Unicef has a nutrition ambassador called Poopy. The first ever sports bra was two jockstraps. During World War I, truces would occasionally be called in the trenches so both sides could yell insults at one another.
Meerkats can turn their bottoms inside-out. Guide runners for sight-impaired runners can't use elasticated tethers at the Paralympics any more, after the Chinese started catapulting their runners across the finish line at the last minute. Only one study has ever found that men are better than women at recognising faces.
It was a study looking at the recognition of the Transformers. There is a woman whose job for the last thirty years has been squatting above the Queen's throne so the TV cameras can get their angle right. US President Jimmy Carter once sent the nuclear launch codes to his dry cleaner. The game Cluedo was invented by A Pratt from Birmingham. The new goalie of the ice hockey team, The Belfast Giants, is allergic to ice. After every festival, the founder of Glastonbury has to drive around his farm with a giant magnet. The French language has seventeen different words for "surrender".
The worst basketball coach in the history of the University of Kansas was James Nasmith, the man who invented basketball. The first person to swim the Atlantic said "never again" as soon as he was finished. He is now planning to swim the Pacific. Tigers always get in the water backwards because they love swimming but they hate getting their eyes wet. The iconic green code at the start of the Matrix movie is made from sushi recipes.
The longest ever kayak trip was completed by a man who couldn't swim. Make butterflies use fake sperm to trick each other into thinking they're extra fertile. Canada has a strategic maple syrup reserve, and in a quarter of the maple syrup in it was stolen. When Russia invaded Finland in , they were so convinced that they would be welcomed with a celebration that they to musical instruments with them as they invaded. Greek gods of the ocean include Poseidon, Triton, Oceanus and Doris. The world's largest wine cellar has tunnels miles long, and it's so big it has to have traffic rules for people who drive through it.
Before the settled on the name 'Windsor', surnames that were considered by the royal family included Guelph, Whipper, Wettin, Tudor-Stuart and England. In , thieves stole an entire ski-lift from the Czech Republic. There is an ice-golf championship held each year in Greenland, km north of the Arctic Circle. However, because of the constantly shifting ice shelf, no players hold any records on that course, because it changes on a daily basis. In the 14th century you could be executed in France for wearing stripes, because they were the clothing of the devil.
Victorian Britain had such a fern mania for so many years that some species were almost completely wiped out. There is a man in Brazil who has been living in a sandcastle for 22 years. He has to constantly water his house to stop it collapsing. Queen Elizabeth I was a man. According to the Dracula author, Bram Stoker. When a computer tried to come up with romantic messages for Love Hearts sweets, based on existing ones, it came up with "bear wig", "meat mate", "bong lov" and "you are bag". If a human could move their arm one tenth as fast as a mantis shrimp, they could throw a baseball into orbit.
If a woman left her husband in 18th Century England, the husband would often put a lost and found advert in the local newspaper. There is a bell that has been ringing in Oxford non-stop for years. King Edward VII had a liqueur invented specifically for him to drink while driving. He was subsequently named Brummie of the Year. Levi jeans are set on fire before they are sold. Thomas Edison tested over 1, different materials to find the right filament for the inside of his light bulbs, including fishing lines, cardboard and hairs from the red beard of an old friend.
It is only worth leaning over to pick up a 1p coin if you can do it in less than three seconds. Glasgow was once voted the friendliest and most dangerous city in the UK in the same year. Tunnocks Teacakes aren't allowed in RAF planes in case they explode. When Louis XIV, the French king, needed an operation, his doctor was so nervous that he practice it on 75 people beforehand, many of whom did not have the condition the operation was meant to cure. In , a boat capsized in Texas because all the people on board ran to one side to get a glimpse of a nudist beach they were passing. All 60 passengers ended up in the water.
And previously married people fall down more than both of them. The etiquette experts Debrett's run classes that teach five-year-olds to have strong handshakes and navigate dinner parties. A the first Robot Olympics held in in Glasgow, the English competitor was disqualified from the climbing event because of "inappropriate behaviour in front of children". It tried to mount the Russian robot. The Victorian cat-burglar Charles Peace could supposedly disguise himself just by changing the shape of his face. If the British treated their monarch the way that the Ancient Egyptians did, Queen Elizabeth II would have to run around a racetrack every three years to prove she was still fit for the job.
People who smuggle drugs one way across the Sahara Desert often smuggle pasta the other way. When filming the battle scenes for Game of Thrones, the fighting was so intense that they had to create a safeword in case someone got hurt. So the safeword for Game of Thrones is "banana". Pandas have their own Harvard. The American flag was designed by a 17 year old student, and his teacher gave him a B- for it.
The inventor of waterskiing started out being pulled along behind a boat standing on his head on a wooden chair. Instead, a drunk man played Happy Birthday on a trumpet. During the Qing dynasty in China, when the weather got hot in the summer, people would swap their pillows for ceramic ones. Oscar Wilde ate his books as he read them. The New York Police have a casting director for their line-ups. And they're for the dogs. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, only one country will survive, and that country is North Korea. The s actor George Arliss once booked himself into the left luggage office at Charing Cross as a parcel on order to escape people who wanted his autograph.
In there was a man called William Standupright, and he annoyed everyone else in his village so much that every single one of them moved away. The man who invented the Australian labradoodle deeply, deeply regrets it. The word "shit-faced" originally meant "having a very small face". In there was a woman in Paris who made a living by blowing the noses of war veterans who had lost their arms in battle. When avocados were first sold in the UK, they came with a leaflet explaining what they were and how to eat them.
In the late 90s, Microsoft successfully acquired the extremely valuable domain name windows In exchange they gave him bob. Astronauts have to re-learn to play the guitar on the space station, because they overshoot the frets due to their weightless arms. In the past ten years, the number of registered pinball players worldwide has gone from to over 10, The Victorians had better reaction times than we do today. The first people to live on the moon might be cavemen. According to scientists, you are more likely to win the Tour de France if you are good looking. In the 19th century, setting type for newspapers was a competitive sport.
Britain exports fresh air to China. This year, Argentina's football association gave its players a World Cup Manual with a chapter on how to pick up Russian women. Scientists have invented anti-diving shinpads. Stronger chimps help weaker chimps to cross the road. A new scientific study has shown that people who claim to know a lot of facts don't actually know as many facts as they think they do.
In the first major battle of World War I, the soldiers arrived by taxi. And the taxi drivers duly charged the government 70, Francs for the journey. The gulf corvena fish has such loud sex that it can deafen dolphins. We didn't know about it for a decade because the farmer ate the cow and used the meteorite as a doorstop. There is a unique species of ant that only lives in ten blocks of New York City. They call it "the Manhattant". The Slinky business almost went bankrupt because the Slinky's inventor kept giving the proceeds away to religious cults.
When zebras are running away from a lion, they fart loudly with every stride. Spider wrestling was banged in the Philippines because children found it more entertaining than going to lessons. Ozzy Osbourne's tour was called "No More Tours". His tour is called "No More Tours 2". In the first Olympic marathon in , the same stopwatch was used at the start and finish line, so had to be carried from one to the other, ahead of the runners, by bicycle. In first century Denmark, if you were really rich, you were buried with a chicken.
Before magician PT Selbit invented the famous "sawing a woman in half" illusion, his big trick was called The Mighty Cheese, which saw him daring members of the audience onto the stage to try to push over his massive block of cheese. According to the best available study, men think about sex between once a day and times a day. In sacred Moche combat, the aim was not to kill your opponent but to knock his hat off. And the loser didn't get off that easily, though, because he would immediately be sacrificed. In "Rage Rooms", where people pay to smash things up, the things people want to smash up the most are printers.
The yellow-billed oxpecker bird sleeps in giraffes' armpits. Robert Burns made his own ink out of old beer, lard, elephant tusk and sulphuric acid.
Sweden's highest point is now it's second highest, after the top of it melted. When financier William C Ralston modestly refused to allow a town to be named after him, the town instead named itself Modesto According to a new scientific study, the best way to perform CPR is to do it while humming the Macarena. On the Bayeux Tapestry, you can tell how important someone is by the size of their horse's penis. If you're a sloth, every time you go for a poo, it's more painful than childbirth.
Nikola Tesla was one of the guests at the first ever party with a stripper jumping out of a cake. Last year in the UK, two eight year olds were caught speeding. A quarter of all mentions of teeth in the Bible also include the word 'gnashing'. If you bought land in Australia before , you had the legal right to the land stretching all the way to the centre of the Earth. Jumping spiders that wear eyeliner are more likely to be eaten by their mate. The economic activity of the Roman Empire can be measured by studying thousand-year-old ice in Greenland.
They're not intended to have pronunciation. The Korowai people of New Guinea put grubs in their ears to eat their earwax. The biggest single biomedical laboratory in Europe, designed to encourage scientists to chat more to each other, is so noisy that scientists are actually complaining it's too hard to concentrate. The largest sunflower farm in Ontario has been forced to shut because so many people were taking selfies there. The original Mastermind chair was specially modified to have detachable arms "in case a contender is too large to fit between them".
One competition at the Highland Games used to be pulling the legs off a cow in order to win a sheep You can cure your arachnophobia by drawing pictures of smiling spiders In it was made illegal in Boston to lie down in a canoe Henry VIII once enjoyed a pudding so much that he awarded the woman who made it one of the monasteries that he'd just seized from the Catholic church. Dolphins in the wild have been teaching each other to moonwalk. In medieval Germany, the funniest joke anyone had ever heard involved replacing a flower with a poo There are whales alive today who were alive before Moby-Dick was written.
The European Space Agency has a sound system so loud that if you heard it, it would kill you. South Korean teachers are banned from drinking coffee at school.
Facial recognition technology for chickens allows you to pre-order a specific chicken and watch it grow on the farm before it ends up on your plate. One third of all the hazelnuts in the world go into Ferrero products. The earliest depicted sofas were five feet high off the ground. The first advert to be shown on Channel 5 was for Chanel No 5.
If you want to increase capacity on a cruise ship, you just simply have to cut it in half and add a whole new chunk of ship. Wombats can kill predators by crushing them with their bottoms. Monkeys in Melbourne Zoo are no longer allowed to eat bananas because humans have bred them to have so much sugar that the monkeys were getting obese. Nobel Prize winner Barry Marshall has developed a belt that sends his stomach rumblings inspired by his son who is a seismologist who makes devices that sense vibrations on the ocean floor. One building that burned down in the great fire of London was a public toilet that could be used by people at the same time.
Instead of commissioning new waxworks for their exhibitions, the Bible Walk museum in Ohio re-purposes discarded waxworks from around the world instead. A giraffe with breathing problems can be treated by using a leaf blower. In a research scientist, Dr Summerlin, announced that he had successfully transplanted skin from a black mouse onto a white mouse. It was later discovered that he had actually coloured the white mouse in with a black pen. Before he was executed, Walter Raleigh delivered a minute improvised speech telling the crowd about his life. According to a new scientific study, the single most convincing word a human can use to prove that they are a human and not a robot is the word "poop".
If you shake your keys at a moth, it thinks you're a bat and drops out of the sky. My dad once held the world distance record for leapfrogging two-person team. They managed nearly seventeen miles from Hull to Withernsea, East Yorkshire. Set in the early eighties, I think they were probably drunk. Alexander Graham Bell taught his dog to say "how are you, Grand-mama?
There is a rock band made up entirely of Nasa astronauts called Max Q. The band has a constantly rotating line-up as they can't be sure that all members will be on Earth at the same time. In , France called on its allies for more help in Mali. Luxembourg agreed to double their military presence in the country, and promptly added one more soldier. In , a Canadian DJ held a contest to choose a Canadian national simile like "as American as apple pie". The winning entry was, "as Canadian as possible, under the circumstances".
The scholar who first discovered that the Noah's Ark story predates the Bible got so excited by it that he stripped off his clothes and ran naked around the British museum. The rarest frog in England had a distinctive Norfolk accent Australia's first police force was made up of Australia's twelve best-behaved convicts In the first newspaper crosswords, the answers did not have to be actual words. In the German Renaissance, it was briefly fashionable for women to have themselves painted as a biblical character halfway through decapitating a man. Mice can't hear their own footsteps. For years, Shakespeare's play The Tragedy Of King Lear had a happy ending Some advertisers have started putting single pixels on mobile phone ads, so you think it's dust, try to wipe it off, and accidentally click on the advert.
One of the most popular celebrities in London, in , was an oyster who could whistle. A, American Airlines banned passengers from travelling with emotional support insects. The man who bought the original Alcoholics Anonymous document waived his anonymity in order to help alcoholics. This year, scientists invented a battery that never runs out.
Roger Federer lost the rights to his own initials. The company that makes Skittles produced an advert this year that will only ever be seen by one person. The government advised people being deported to Jamaica to put on a Jamaican accent. Argentina's Football Association issued a manual to its players and officials that included a chapter on how to pick up women while they were in Russia.
Alexa got in trouble for laughing at her owners. An all-you-can-eat restaurant had to shut after two weeks after customers ate all they could. A snail racing competition was postponed because the snails were too sluggish Every minute, the Antarctic loses enough ice to keep the UK in slushies for an entire year. Researchers uncovered a supercolony of 1. China called itself a "near-Arctic state" despite the fact that its nearest border ends a thousand miles south of the Arctic. Scientists at the University of Chicago have developed a prototype app designed for cannabis users so they can determine whether or not they are actually high.
American soldiers gave away the location of secret military bases by going jogging. The Chinese army has had to ban fat soldiers from promotion, after a fifth of would-be recruits failed the weight test. The Belgian army announced plans to let recruits sleep at home during their training so they don't get homesick The US has built itself a digital North Korea Scientists exposed their AI machine to an online forum and it became a psychopath Nissan invented an AI that trundles around and scans the ground looking for a flattish clear space large enough to make a football pitch.
It then paints the markings on that area ready for a game. Australian artist Mike Parr had himself buried alive in a steel box under an open road for 72 hours, to symbolise the burial of Aboriginal history. Scientists concluded that birds escaped death by asteroid thanks to their inability to fly.
Nasa sent a man with a fear of heights to the International Space Station. Numerous lawyers refused to represent the US President, for fear he'd damage their reputation. FDR used to hold cocktail parties during the war, where the only rule was "don't mention the war". The prop need in the classic British comedy film Carry On Dick is worth twenty million pounds. Shops in the Philippines put their Christmas decorations up on the first of September.
The composer Rossini was bald, but he didn't want to admit it, so he had ten wigs made of different lengths, which he changed every week, and then after ten weeks he'd announce he was booking a hair appointment, and go back to the first wig. Psychologist Hermann Rorschach thought his test wouldn't work on teenagers as they were same as psychopaths. Robert Falcon Scott's dying wish was for his son to get into nature. Peter Scott went on the found the World Wildlife Fund and design its panda logo. A traditional hangover cure in Mongolia is the Mongolian Mary, which consists of tomato juice with a pickled sheep's eyeball floating inside it.
The first British travellers aboard the Orient Express were advised to bring a revolver and a teapot with them. The largest known prime number has 24,, digits. When written in binary, it has 82,, digits, but they are all the number one. To preserve their anonymity, Michelin restaurant reviewers are advised to not tell even their parents what they do for a living.
This also applies to people who just live near people who have won the lottery. The tenth Correspondence Chess Olympiad, which is done entirely by post, took so long to complete that the winners of both gold and bronze represented countries that no longer existed. When they're about to be born, baby sharks sometimes pop their heads out of their mother's cervix, before taking a look around, deciding against it, and retreating back into the womb.
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A paper suggesting that people who have a surname which occurs towards the end of the alphabet are more likely to end up academically and professionally undistinguished was co-authored by Professor Jeffrey Zax. Grocery bags used in Hollywood movies don't rustle. Eating ginger can make you feel better about drinking out of a toilet. There is a bacterium that can freeze water just by touching it, and these bacteria are used to make artificial snow in ski resorts. Women who are applying to be Qing dynasty concubines had to spend a night with the Emperor's mother first, so that she could check they didn't snore.
Some meteors skim off the Earth as if they were a stone skimming across the waters. When they are mating, male cuttlefish can flirt with one side of their body, and simultaneously pretend to be a female with the other side of their body. William of Orange's favourite drink was cock ale. After five months of forensically analysing the indents made by a pen on paper, Dorset police managed to recover 26 pages of lost words by a blind novelist who hadn't realised that her pen had run out of ink. The American Center for Disease Control has warned against kissing hedgehogs.
Scientists have finally worked out what time it is on Saturn. The first ever blood transfusion to be scientifically recorded used a goose quill to connect an artery in the neck of one dog to the jugular vein in the neck of another. Britain has a special team of leak detectives, who listen to the sound of water using a special stick. Japan's cybersecurity minister has never used a computer. A Mumbai businessman is trying to sue his parents for giving birth to him, and his mother responded by saying if she'd met him before he was born, she definitely wouldn't have done it.
For she has predicted extreme temperatures, a recession in the US and an all-time high in asparagus sales. The composer Haydn's wife cared so little about her husband's work that she used to tear up his scores to use as hair curlers and pastry underlays. To stop people stealing American roadsigns with the number 69 on them, Washington State has replaced many of them with signs that now read Flies like to date the same sort of flies as their fly friends.
A common problem for ice hockey players is that the have such muscley bums that they can't find jeans that fit. When it was playing on broadway, Bill Murray went to see the musical Groundhog Day, then, the next day, he went again. There is only one confirmed male Yangtze giant soft-shelled turtle left in the world, and his penis is broken. In , you could buy a gramophone record made of chocolate which you could play a song on, and then eat the disc.
In the early s, the most popular British guide to the history, language and culture of Taiwan was written by man who didn't speak the language, had never been there, and new nothing about it. Ahead of breeding season, Iceland publishes an illustrated catalogue of the country's most eligible sheep. They would been be reviewed by David Garrick, in newspapers owned by David Garrick. The basic source for Sigmund Freud's work on paranoid schizophrenia was the memoirs of a man who made unbelievable and ludicrous claims. That man's name was Dan Schreber.
Swordfish can speed up and slow down time with their minds. In , Waddingtons invented a board game which was all about trading cattle semen. Goats have been engineered to produce spider silk, because when farmers tried to get the spiders to do it themselves, they just kept eating each other. When King George VI visited Washington, an an American chemist provided the royals with special "London water" so they could have exactly the same tea as they had in Britain. Many millipede researchers are annoyed that more than 70 years after World War II, the animals are still associated with the Nazis.
His choices include "yes", "no", and "fuck you". Before scarecrows were straw dummies, they were living children. The first ever leisure caravan had a man on a tricycle going ahead of it to check that the roads were good enough. The gravity on Mars's smallest moon is so weak that if you built a ramp on it, you could ride your bike into space.
Stone grandfather clocks used to use ox testicle for their pulleys. The first motel was meant to be called a "motor-hotel", but the sign was too small to fit all the letters on. A man found guilty of deer poaching has been sentenced to a year in prison and been ordered to watch Bambi once a month during that year. Each year, the winner gets their name engraved in the trophy, in Comic Sans. The American product "Chock full o'Nuts" contains no nuts.
The scientist Robert Hooke recorded in his diary every time he had an orgasm. Warty comb jellies grow a brand new anus every time they need to defecate. Houses in ancient Turkey had no doors or windows. You got in by climbing a ladder up to the roof and dropping through a trapdoor. The Red Triangle Slug can escape from frogs by supergluing them to trees. The first ever bone transplant used a dog's bones to repair a man's head. The patient was immediately excommunicated by the church for no longer being fully human. There is a world record for pulling a train with model trains.
In the nineteenth century, if the owner of an estate died, it was traditional for the estate's beekeeper to inform all of the bees of the death, and then allow them to mourn by covering the hives in black veils. Pound for pound, a 33g finch can bite you times harder than a T-Rex could. The most polluted city in the world is Kanpur. It is nicknamed "the Manchester of the East". Dogs over 35cm tall are banned from Beijing. A company in New York has invented coffee cups that grow on trees.
The Mona Lisa effect is where a painting is looking directly at you. However, it has just been discovered that the Mona Lisa effect does not apply to the Mona Lisa. In ancient Rome, there was a job which was to deal with infected ear lobes. In , he was left on the side of the road in Boston and was found dismembered in a ditch seventeen days later. A Hungarian entrepreneur has been fined for not building an underwater treadmill for dogs. The late actress Elizabeth Taylor, who was notorious for always being late, arranged to arrive at her own funeral fifteen minutes late.
Mexico has a national championship of double entendres. The most fashionable person of the 16th Century was an accountant from Germany. The North Pole is moving so fast that we can't keep up. The British vegetarian movement was started two hundred years ago by a man called Reverend Cowherd. In the s, Romania lifted up and relocated dozens of buildings, often worth their residents will inside them. When at home, Freddie Mercury slept in a queen size bed.
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Chocolate fortunes : the battle for the hearts, minds, and wallets of China's consumers. Responsibility Lawrence L. Instructions unclear. Four leaf clover ate my exam about chocolate. ChiggaOG 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. Desertscape 10 points 11 points 12 points 4 months ago. Instructions nuclear, ended up at the Fukushima power plant. YouGetNOLove6 5 points 6 points 7 points 4 months ago. Gehhhh 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago.
To be fair they do actually make chocolate 4 leaf clover candies. SGTBookWorm 22 points 23 points 24 points 4 months ago. I need to get some more matcha, strawberry cheesecake, and sake kitkats. Loved those ones. Stivo 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. TheCastro 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Is there a way to order them that don't cost a fortune? Are the classical ones different there, or do you mean that the other flavors are good? Aberdolf-Linkler 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago.
Try flavors. Most are limited edition, mind you, but still Edit: typo. Chinlc 13 points 14 points 15 points 4 months ago. Japan has many different kitkat flavours. You should check out greentea version.
New Zealand Media and Entertainment. Gibraltar, on the other hand, has always gone out of its way to welcome people. In portuguese "Payday" sounds like " I farted". When the world's largest rocking chair was built, it was immediately welded to the ground because the sight of it rocking in the wind scared the locals. I want someone 'in the know' to have a look at whether there are still magicodes.
SGTBookWorm 3 points 4 points 5 points 4 months ago. I once had a purple sweet potato one. It was surprisingly delicious. CommanderGumball 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. They have a roasted tea flavour that tastes literally exactly like cannabis butter. Chinlc 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. They also have KFC on Christmas.
Lucky motherfuckers. Gehhhh 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Dragmire 6 points 7 points 8 points 4 months ago. Both of which are Irish holidays. Four leaf clovers would be considered unlucky in Japan. So are redheads. Xylus 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Makes sense. On exam day you start with good luck and ends getting totally drunk.
Thegofast 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Seregolas points points points 4 months ago. JakalDX 56 points 57 points 58 points 4 months ago. NadyaNayme 28 points 29 points 30 points 4 months ago. GiantRobotTRex 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. So when I order breaded chicken I'm actually ordering winning chicken? Nik 2 points 3 points 4 points 4 months ago.
If you order and receive fried chicken, you win. Life is that simple. You seem to know some japanese. I am asking about the "at this rate" part. JakalDX 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Allusion 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Oh I see, then I know what I will be doing next time :.
Ofuroski 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. WankingToBobRossVids 2 points 3 points 4 points 4 months ago. Ofuroski 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Confexionist 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. You're welcome. It's not something that you'd ever be able to guess is it. Naturedrag 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. I really want to try them. Could you tell what's the best way to import them to the US? I just prefer to buy from the local places first. InfiniteTsundoku 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago.
If you have an Asian grocery store near you they often carry them. Zeriel00 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Where do you order Japanese sweets? I would like to try! Stereotypy 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. I can't go back to the original ones now honestly. Alysazombie 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Endlessdonut97 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Holy shit. I literally ate a matcha one 5 minutes ago, and I was wondering why it said that. SunstyIe 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago.
PsychicDelilah 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Griffb4ll 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Chillreader 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. This has been around for at least 12 years. I remember the commercials when I lived in Yokohama. Kestrelly 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Pennwisedom 2 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. BackPage 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago.
There're Woah. GoldenRule4WhitePpl 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. I would be using that card as a cheat sheet and bring the candy into class. Kelekona 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. I thought shooting kids in a barrel was when a man ejaculates in the wine cellar.
Teknowlogist points points points 4 months ago. CrookedHoss points points points 4 months ago. CrookedHoss 16 points 17 points 18 points 4 months ago. Yes, I deliberately misread one of your questions. SvarogIsDead 57 points 58 points 59 points 4 months ago. Thats not lame at all. He probably cherished giving those to you, I would. Did you ever dig up his grave and stuff it full of payday? Teknowlogist 10 points 11 points 12 points 4 months ago.
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Usually Hindus and Sikhs cremate the dead, just for future reference. Source: Am Sikh. No I don't wear a turban. Stereotypy 29 points 30 points 31 points 4 months ago. You gotta buy those in bulk then sell them 1 at a time for maximum return son. Martel 10 points 11 points 12 points 4 months ago.
JiuKowTow 18 points 19 points 20 points 4 months ago. The Vietnamese slur sounds like bayday to me personally. So Payday would be close enough. LordLoko 18 points 19 points 20 points 4 months ago. In portuguese "Payday" sounds like " I farted". RJLZ 14 points 15 points 16 points 4 months ago. They are french, they are already thinking about it. Obligatory CommuniDean link. One of my co-workers would hand out Payday candy bars if we caught fish on our fishing trips.
Are you trying to tell me things mean things? This shakes up my worldview. KoreanBard 2 points 3 points 4 points 4 months ago. Baby Ruth is better, because it has chocolate over it. Orchid 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Damn dog, inappropes! You swore to never bring that up! Feltso points points points 4 months ago. YouGetNOLove6 23 points 24 points 25 points 4 months ago. ViviCetus 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. YouGetNOLove6 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Denamic 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago.
Vinura 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Kit Kat s would be Kitto Katsu though. And note that Japanese has no grammatical plural. Have you ever been confused about how many sheep there are? Imagine that with every noun. BobisOnlyBob 26 points 27 points 28 points 4 months ago. JohannesVanDerWhales 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. Not true. No, Kit "Kats" would be pronounced Kitto Kattsu. Edit: missed letter. This is correct. I'm not great with a phone. Byzantine 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago.
SGTBookWorm 23 points 24 points 25 points 4 months ago. Katsu means cutlet, so you can have beef and fish katsu.
Kwahn 11 points 12 points 13 points 4 months ago. And pork! Moog 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Jirafael 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Its not actually that katsu means cutlet - katsu IS cutlet - at least half of it. FeralFantom 29 points 30 points 31 points 4 months ago. The-Yar 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Mathmage 19 points 20 points 21 points 4 months ago. FeralFantom 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago.
A lot of languages in Southeast Asia for starters. Macv12 6 points 7 points 8 points 4 months ago. Reelix 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Say the letter "g" out loud Lower case phonetic Now, say half of it. Now - Spell what you just said. SumOMG 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago.
DonutEV 31 points 32 points 33 points 4 months ago. Ouru Maito I'm pretty sure I've heard it :. Mrfeatherpants 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. SumOMG 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. KCKrimson 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. ShinJiwon 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Dang - was gonna post same thing but u beat me to it. SolIII 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. After looking it up, TIL that's only in U.
First-Of-His-Name 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Does kitto katto mean anything, or is it just gibberish? It means something the same way 'Sony' means something in English. Garystri 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. I remember something like this, except I never made the connection as a kid.
I guess they didn't work on me. RockItGuyDC points points points 4 months ago. VindictiveJudge 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. Magneto-Was-Right 23 points 24 points 25 points 4 months ago. Chinlc 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. Greentea is just too good. It tastes fluffy and not too in your face flavor.
MegaDinosir 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. DeusFerreus 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. Resolute45 2 points 3 points 4 points 4 months ago. Darsol 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. The green tea ones are delicious, but a bit weird for the brain to process at first lol.
SGTBookWorm 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. CatsGoBark 12 points 13 points 14 points 4 months ago. I just came back from Japan with 25 different flavors. I highly recommend Hojicha, rum Raisin, Hokkaido melon and cheese, and orange. CatsGoBark 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. CatsGoBark 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago. Look for stores called the KitKat Chocolatorie.
That's where they sell them! JMGurgeh 9 points 10 points 11 points 4 months ago. JMGurgeh 2 points 3 points 4 points 4 months ago. RockItGuyDC 4 points 5 points 6 points 4 months ago. I also personally recommend the cherry blossom green tea. Enjoy your trip! BrodieDigg 5 points 6 points 7 points 4 months ago. BrodieDigg 9 points 10 points 11 points 4 months ago. They sell big bags of them really cheap at Don Quijote. And they sell the gift box ones as well. As someone who one day wants to go, I hope you have a great trip! Vlaid 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 months ago.
Most of the flavors don't have chocolate. It's like a white chocolate cream thing. Some flavors like apple and banana do use regular chocolate as their base though. Have fun!!! As you may or may not already know, this place is absolutely wonderful. You have to try the wasabi one. It's not that bad. Also find a CoCo's and order a chicken cutlet. I plan to make it my first thing to eat :.
So cool. I wonder if I can bring that home as a souvenir? AzusaNakajou 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Siray 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Also, Japanese 7-Elevens are amazing. Have fun on your trip!! Lol tasted like bugs?! Now that is amusing! And piques my curiosity. Resolute45 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Not when you're expecting something else entirely it ain't! I wonder why we don't get any of those flavors in the u. RockItGuyDC 23 points 24 points 25 points 4 months ago.
Edit: One too many words. M0dusPwnens 9 points 10 points 11 points 4 months ago. There's a crap ton of different flavors for oreos. Czsixteen 3 points 4 points 5 points 4 months ago. JMGurgeh 13 points 14 points 15 points 4 months ago. Skruestik 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. As far as I know, Japan is the only place that has a large variety of kit kat flavours. So good. DataIsMyCopilot 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago.
Green Tea are my favorite. I like the strawberry ones too. MaynardIsLord 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. I tried 16 flavors in one day once. HairyHorseKnuckles 34 points 35 points 36 points 4 months ago. I wish we had all those wild KitKat flavors in the US. IWasGregInTokyo 13 points 14 points 15 points 4 months ago. Find your local Asian mall or supermarket. They tend to stock them these days.
The-Yar 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. Regular mall candy stores now have displays with dozens of Japanese KitKat flavors. My local Chinatown has a shop full of them. Maybe yours might have one as well. Iforgotmypassword 0 points 1 point 2 points 4 months ago. CosmonaughtyIsRoboty 42 points 43 points 44 points 4 months ago.
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