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Posted 1/30/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I heard sticking chili peppers in your genitalia helps with a low sex drive. I saw it in a comic once.


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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I heard sticking chili peppers in your genitalia helps with a low sex drive. I saw it in a comic once.


Well that's certainly one way to spice up your sex life.
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VZ68 wrote:

What's the deal with Japanese people jamming onions up their bums?


It's not "onions", it's leeks. C'mon, don't tell me you've never sat on the toilet and taken a leek.

(And Miku can jam one on me anytime. )
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hey no kink shaming here let's all get along
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Well not to get too raunchy or anything, but people have been shoving all kinds of fruit... everywhere...

I mean, has anyone heard of 'banana-gate'?
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that's what they do to old folks that could no longer swallow. There are medicines taken in the butt or a tube whole directly in to you throat or stomach.
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TRKitsune wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I heard sticking chili peppers in your genitalia helps with a low sex drive. I saw it in a comic once.


Well that's certainly one way to spice up your sex life.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19a3czYhykc
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They don't actually do it. At least, I don't think it's a common practice... But, it does make for a good joke in comedies.

-I think the real question is, "why aren't we doing it?"
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What's the deal with Japanese people jamming onions up their bums?


I remember watching this! In this scene, Umara-chan was battling a cold virus she had infected her brother with. She was killing the umaru-chan-cold-viruses infecting her brother.

It's probably a home remedy for fighting the common cold. (My best guess, based on actual guessing.)
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Japan seems to have.... different ideas... of what your average suppository is.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I heard sticking chili peppers in your genitalia helps with a low sex drive. I saw it in a comic once.

I can personally attest that jalapenos and genitalia are not a good combination.

Also; you should thoroughly wash your hands after chopping jalapenos and before using the restroom.

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You always hurt the one you love.
Posted 6/17/16

Lineysa wrote:

That's kancho, basically equivalent to screaming enema while probing someone. It's a kids practical joke


You probe people in the street and scream enema, is that a thing over there?

Where's the probe police when you need them, eh?
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Posted 6/17/16
for the japanese its jokes it doesnt matter if they hurt someone.
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Actually it's not just the Japanese who have used onions as a medicinal for colds. Native Americans in the US South believed wild onions could cure colds and US Southerns would used concoctions made from wild onions to help with sore throats. Though to my knowledge neither have tried to apply it through the back door.
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