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Japanese Statue

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I could see this as a fountain in Japan.

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by stinkydiver

submitted December 19th 2008

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Japanese Statue
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9 years ago
it's an art form
9 years ago
It´s Wanking Fucking Fodder that´s what it is.

Video anyone?
9 years ago
fuckin Japanese always blurring the good stuff.
9 years ago
why'O'why isn't that an animated gif!?
9 years ago
why wasnt that playing in IMAX?
9 years ago
I thought this looked familiar...
9 years ago
you get calm and peaceful to watch this
9 years ago
when watching this*
9 years ago
Arctic Zen....
9 years ago
"Call the Vatican-ask if something's missing."
9 years ago
WOW, I have the same fountain in my front yard..
9 years ago
that one is getting some serious distance... and wtf is up with the censor bar ;/

9 years ago
seriously all asians look alike, no need for it
9 years ago
Sure, Iranians, Chinese, Arabs, Philipinos, Indians and Turks all look alike. Seriously, you are a dumbfuck.
9 years ago
Excuse me Hank, but Turks are not entirely Asian. I rebuke that statement in the name of the Ottomans.
9 years ago
The country Turkey has one tiny foothold in Europe. The people that live there migrated from central Asia. All Turkic peoples are Asian.
9 years ago
And all humans are African. Just because they're descendant from Asia, doesn't mean Turks living in Instanbul shouldn't be considered European.
9 years ago
Just because all humans came from Africa originally doesn't make all humans African at this point in time. And you are confusing ethnicity with citizenship, or maybe residence. Pull your head out of your ass. I'm obviously talking about ethnicity.
9 years ago
all humans ARE african...'cept for the ones that don't eat chicken and rape white women. oh wait...dammit!
9 years ago
I think you meant African-American.
9 years ago
What is ethnicity? You're the one who claims race doesn't exist. I'm not saying I disagree with that, but then how do you define specific ethnicities? By country? By language? Most developed countries are so muddled nowadays that that would be pretty difficult to do. Take Turkey. Depending on where they grew up and their family backgrounds, Turks can look either strongly Mediterranean, Arab, or Mongolian, since they inhabited Mongolia for a long, long time. The Mediterranean traits are probably carried over from Greece and Italy from Roman times. My grandfather for instance has blonde hair and blue eyes, and is as deep-blooded Turkish as they come. Whereas my aunt on my other side looks like she could be from northern China. Where do you make the distinction?
9 years ago
You mean all members of an ethnic group don't all look exactly the same? No fucking shit.

Jesus, kid, look it up if you want an education. Off the top of my head I would define an ethnic group as a group of people that traditionally shared the same land, language, culture, customs, etc... over an extended period of time.
9 years ago
From Wiki:

An ethnic group is a group of human beings whose members identify with each other, usually on a presumed or real common heritage. Ethnic identity is further marked by the recognition from others of a group's distinctiveness and the recognition of common cultural, linguistic, religious, behavioral or biological traits, real or presumed, as indicators of contrast to other groups.
9 years ago
There's a mighty difference between all members of an ethnic group not looking "exactly the same" and large portions of them looking like they should belong to a different ethnic group altogether. What was the original argument about anyway? Turks being Asian or European, right? I stand by that the migration came from both sides. Who knows, though? You'll probably find some evidential report and quote it. If you do so, I humbly concede defeat. I myself am much too lazy.
9 years ago
All Turkic groups are Asian in origin.

"The Turkic migration as defined in this article was the expansion of the Turkic peoples across most of Central Asia into Europe and the Middle East between the 6th and 11th centuries AD (the Early Middle Ages). Tribes less certainly identified as Turkic began their expansion centuries earlier as the predominant element of the Huns. Their prehistoric point of origin was the hypothetical Proto-Turkic region of the Far East including North China, especially Xinjiang Province and Inner Mongolia with parts of Mongolia and Siberia possibly as far west as Lake Baikal and the Altai Mountains."
9 years ago
All humans are English. - Fact.

Or if they´re not, they want to be.
9 years ago
Gotlos, your grand pappy with the blond hair and blue eyes...

how old is he?
9 years ago
Twenty-six.
9 years ago
I've seen the video of this. Searched MS, but didn't find it.
9 years ago
haha, thanks jerk.

Is it possible to get these jap pornos unblurred?
9 years ago
Another Diet Coke and Mentos gag?
9 years ago
Milkyways
9 years ago
I've got the Homedics version of this sitting on my desk.
9 years ago
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