Pantyface: Japan’s Newest Fasion Trend?

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any weirder…


What initially started out as a comedy manga series centering around a superhero named Hentai Kamen, who wears nothing but a pair of panties on his face to protect his identity and a banana hammock to protect his “extremities,” has turned into something much more surreal.



What followed was a movie release date along with a trailer.


With the trailer comes a book (which can be yours for a mere $20) of women posing in this new fashion accessory. The book’s title, Kaopan, is composed of two Japanese words: kao, meaning “face,” and pantsu, meaning “panties.”

“Whether this is a fetish that has existed for some time or whether the movie has spurred it on is anyone’s guess,” reported Rocket News.

Here are a few images taken from Kaopan.

(Warning: if a coworker or your boss sees you looking at these pictures, you may get the occasional odd, judgmental glance.)






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In Japan, Company will provide handsome Guys to wipe your tears!

If you create it, they will cry. At least that is the thinking behind Hiroki Terai’s new Japanese firm, Ikemeso Danshi, which means cute man. Based on his experiences working for a number of corporations in and around Tokyo, Hiroki discovered that Japanese women are having a hard time keeping up in the hyper-competitive work environment. While larger numbers of females are working in the country each year, their overall quality of life has been decreasing, according to statistics released by the national health agency. Having witnessed this reality develop, Terai decided to create a solution by combining a number of stereotypical features that women around the world are supposed to love: hot guys, chick flicks, and crying.

Ikemeso Tear Therapist

Although Terai claims that Ikemeso was created to help women overcome the male-dominated workforce, the services provided by the company don’t seem to back up that pledge. The basic premise of the new business works like this. You’re a female who is having a rough day at work. Your boss just yelled at you, you spilled coffee on your blouse, and now the vet called to say that your beloved cat is sick. You just can’t take it anymore. The emotional pain has taken hold and there’s only one thing left to do: hop on the computer and click over to Ikemeso’s site. Now, as you’re holding back the tears, you need to find the guy who best fits your ‘type.’ Are you in the mood for the bad boy? The loner? The one overly obsessed with your plaque and tartar levels?

Ikemeso Tear Therapists

Once you’ve found your ‘tear therapist,’ Ikemeso will send him over with some super soft tissues in his pocket and a few tear-inducing movies. After you watch the films together, and cry out all of your frustration, your magic man will stand you up, leaning you against a wall, and slowly wipe the tears from your cheeks. You’ll magically feel better about your coffee-stained blouse and sick feline, which means you’ll be able to go back to being a productive worker.

Ikemeso Tear Therapist

Just a few things to keep in mind though. Yes, this is an actual business. Yes, people have really used the service and had nice things to say about it. And, yes, it will only cost you $60. But seriously, how about the blatant sexism underlying the entire reason for the company’s existence? Or, if you’re into more practical realities, how does this even work? You’re having a really busy and stressful day and you decide to just take a break in the middle of it to watch movies and cry as McDreamy wipes away those tears? I doubt that jerk of a boss who drove you to such dire straits is going to say, “Sure Pam, close the blinds of the conference room and watch Love Actually for two hours on the projector. I support your need for emotional decompression.” And yet, the company has had over 150 customers since going into business at the start of September.


Restaurant offer more discount for shorter skirt!


The higher the skirt, the lower the bill. That’s the policy this Jinan hotpot restaurant has adopted to encourage attractive women to dine at their establishment.


Female customers are reportedly entitled to a 90 percent discount if they wear a short skirt with a hem 33 centimetres above the knee, while more conservative dresses revealing just eight centimetres only attract a 20 percent saving, according to Sina News.


Risqué marketing strategies have been in vogue in China recently. It would seem many shop owners believefurnishing the premises with scantily-clad women is the only way to stir interest in their business.


Indeed, cheap hotpot may be the new dinner of choice for this bevy of out-of-favour models, who are apparentlyliving rough after being snubbed at this year’s Shanghai auto show.

The ploy may see a rise in provocative outfits which leave little to the imagination, although thrifty women looking to cash in on the deal might want to be on alert for up-skirting perverts like this guy.

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This Nerd create giant portrait using 840 Rubik’s cubes, but still gets rejected

A young man spent three feverish nights carefully solving 840 Rubik’s cubes to complete a giant portrait of the face of his one true love.

The labor of love cost Tong Aonan more than just the three nights of sleep. He told CNN that he had spent $460 on the Rubik’s cubes, as well as two months carefully mapping out the design of his 2.6-meter-high, 1.37-meter-wide token of his true feelings.


Unfortunately, when he presented his beloved with this gift, she said no.



The 27-year-old mechanic from Shenyang seems to be taking it pretty well, all things considered.

“I’m not giving it too much thought,” he told CNN. “I simply wanted to surprise her and tell her I like her … but I was rejected.”

Tong says he has no hard feelings towards his muse, though now he’s not sure what to do with the giant portrait of her face that is sitting in his room.


Many bitter guys online have wrote in to say that they feel Tong’s pain and to complain about the vicious cruelty of the fairer sex.

“If you don’t have money, you have to have looks. If you don’t have either, then you are out luck,” one netizen sighed.

“If he was more handsome then this gift would have worked like a charm. Women are too superficial,” another complained.

Sounds like these dudes need to find a nice French girl to settle down with.


Anyway, this all could have been worse, At least Tong didn’t use lychees.

Source: odditycentral

Children can SUE their parents for uploading their images on Facebook

That photo of your toddler running around in a nappy or having a temper tantrum? Think before you post it on Facebook. That’s the advice from French authorities, which have warned parents in France they could face fines of up to €45,000 (£35,000) and a year in prison for publishing intimate photos of their children on social media without permission, as part of the country’s strict privacy laws.

It’s a development that could give pause for thought for many parents used to sharing details of their children’s lives across social media. A 2015 study by internet company Nominet found parents in the UK post nearly 200 photos of their under fives online every year, meaning a child will feature in around 1,000 online photos before their fifth birthday.

“Your favourite picture of your child sitting on the potty for the first time may not be their favourite picture of themselves when they’re 13,” says author and child psychologist Catherine Steiner-Adair.

Given the relative youth of social media, it’s hard to say exactly how growing up online could affect children but there are concerns around infringing privacy,safety and security (for example providing information that could be used by somebody to steal your child’s identity), and leaving children open to bullying.


“Parents have to work out what’s right for them, but be aware that this is another person, another human being, who may not thank them for it in 15 years to come.

“It may seem hard, but my line would be don’t put pictures online until they’re of an age where it’s appropriate to discuss it with them,” Whitton says.

This doesn’t have to mean a serious conversation every time you capture a charming moment on camera and want to share it, says Professor Sonia Livingstone at the London School of Economics.

“If [parents] can be open with their children about what they wish to share, with whom and why, this need not result in a draconian crack-down on all sharing,” she says.

She suggests parents think about exactly who they are sharing with, because 50 friends is one thing and 500 random people quite another. The recent Nominet study found 17% of parents had never checked their Facebook privacy settings.


“Everyone needs to consider the needs of themselves and others in an open way, bearing in mind that the digital world is changing, that images are permanently posted, and that the conditions of sharing and norms are all shifting in unpredictable ways,” says Livingston.

Social sharing isn’t inherently bad for children; sharing pictures can benefit children, for example, by helping to maintain connections with family members such as far away grandparents and cousins abroad.

This Pregnant Pole Dancer’s Pole Routine Is Jaw-Droppingly Badass

The last trimester of pregnancy is a time when a lot of people probably don’t feel their sexiest. Jill McLean (aka Cleo the Hurricane), a 36-year-old pole dancer from Australia, was just not down with that.

The last trimester of pregnancy is a time when a lot of people probably don't feel their sexiest. Jill McLean (aka Cleo the Hurricane), a 36-year-old pole dancer from Australia, was just not down with that.

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“I absolutely LOVE being pregnant (for the most part), but I have also never felt so unsexy as I do today (especially in the last trimester),” she wrote on her blog. “I have been CRAVING and LOVING that feeling of putting on my heels, a sexy song and pole dancing… just to feel sexy again.”

So, that’s exactly what she did.

Cleo The Hurricane / Via Facebook: cleothehurricanerocks

McLean shared a video of her dance routine on Facebook, and people are seriously loving it.

Which isn’t surprising, considering the general badassery of it.

Cleo The Hurricane / Via Facebook: cleothehurricanerocks


She even threw a few tummy-rubbin’ moves into the mix.

Cleo The Hurricane / Via Facebook: cleothehurricanerocks

While McLean didn’t completely stop pole dancing during her pregnancy, she did take a break from upside-down and aerial tricks, according to her blog.

“I take my pregnancy VERY seriously and would never put on a pair of 7 or 8” heels if I wasn’t completely comfortable and confident in them,” she wrote. “To be honest I am more clumsy at home barefoot than I am in a studio with sky-high stilettos on.”

She also took these epic photos in a sexy cop costume.

She also took these epic photos in a sexy cop costume.

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McLean gave birth this past week to a baby boy named John.

McLean gave birth this past week to a baby boy named John.

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Comments have been predominantly positive, but have been a handful from people who “think that a pregnant woman on a pole is disrespectful to their body and to their baby,” McLean wrote on her blog, but she said she doesn’t pay the negativity much mind.

“This is how I express myself and I’m sure my son is gonna think his mum rocks when we bring out these pics on his 21st birthday!” she said.

“I am not going to write a speech justifying what I do, as a pole dancer and now as a soon-to-be-mother,” she wrote. “But I will say this… As women we all want to feel sexy, this is how I feel sexy.”

"I am not going to write a speech justifying what I do, as a pole dancer and now as a soon-to-be-mother," she wrote. "But I will say this... As women we all want to feel sexy, this is how I feel sexy."

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“Yes, what I do is still considered ‘taboo’ to some people who don’t know any better, but to me, it is STRENGTH and my PASSION and that is all that matters,” she wrote.

This woman can create the most Realistic Cake Ever!

incredibly-realistic-cakes-make-you-go-on-diet_6Who doesn’t love cake? I know everybody does! With those colourful designs to start with, to the scrumptious icing that will definitely melt you away, to that fudgy sponge that you can’t get enough of—it is completely heaven. But these cakes will either force you to cut down on sweets, or make you realize that a cake doesn’t have to look good, to taste good.


Katherine Dey, a nurse from upstate New York, is now an artist who makes realistic—and creepy—cakes, which is shocking people all over the world with her designs.


She told BuzzFeed: “I am inspired by a lot of things. I love that strange feeling I get when something looks real but it isn’t. Or when a cake doesn’t look particularly appetizing but it is a cake and it tastes delicious.


“I like to make people feel two conflicting things at once. The subjects I choose are things that have interested me forever, be it anatomy, mushrooms, or portraiture. I love portraiture. Making a portrait of someone helps me to really see them. I love the details.”


She makes cakes that look like realistic babies, pigeons, brains with the stem attached to it, a dead possum—and all creepy designs possible! But people who are disgusted at first, end up eating a mouthful—and even craving for more!


People who are disgusted at first, end up eating mouthfuls!

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NASA Will Pay Volunteers $18,000 To Stay On Bed

 Usually at some point during the day, we find ourselves wishing we could abandon our responsibilities to return back to our beds to live out the rest of the day under a quiet fortress of blankets.

Despite the guilt of chronic laziness, a day in bed sounds pretty relaxing—if only we could financially support ourselves by doing so.
Turns out, NASA might have the answer we’re all looking for—although it might require a little more relaxation than originally imagined.
NASA is currently looking to pay a number of volunteers $18,000 to participate in their “Bed Rest Studies”, in which participants will have to lie in bed for 70 days. They are still allowed to read books, Skype, play games, as well as use their phones and computers throughout the duration of the study, that means you can still be on Facebook!


The study will simulate the effects of microgravity on the human body by having the beds tilt head-down at a six-degree angle, forcing body fluids to shift to the upper part of the body and create cardiovascular conditions similar to what is seen during real spaceflight. Scientists will also be monitoring the atrophy of muscle and bone density in the subjects.

Shocking: A Video Of Headless Man Walking Along The Street!

The sun was high that time, as a man was caught walking alone in some place with no head!

This video below was strangely taken from a vehicle trying to follow the headless man slowly walking along the bridge.

It is now trending in social media, video reached Facebook users, no comments have been posted, but only names who kept on sharing the video with their friends.

Watch the video below.


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This Guy Walked Into The Humane Society And Did Something No One Expected, WOW!

There won’t be a dry eye in the house after watching this extreme puppy makeover viral – I cried a bucket load! These guys decide to do a rather large good turn for this animal welfare and rescue centre. Firstly they turn up with a truck load full of the essential supplies and equipment needed to run a rescue centre – then they decide to give the pups a makeover to help increase their chances of adoption and a second chance home with a loving family.

Hold on to your hankies and sit back and be prepared for an emotional journey.

SHARE with your family and friends!

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