30 Apr
Yet another device for Japanese payback

Maybe it’s payback for the two nukes we dropped on them in doublya-doublya-two, but Japan has really put the sword to the shogun on this one. The Kaoiro Japanese Emoticon Stamp looks harmless enough at first glance, but actually contains thousands of punctuation characters that can be used to stamp some 2000 different emoticons. I hope the CIA knows about this $51 communication device. Just to be safe, we should set up checkpoints nationwide and round up everyone found with one of these emoticon stamps. Hit the Jump to see this dangerous weapon in action…

3 Responses to “Kaoiro Japanese Emoticon Stamp”

  1. Joanne says:

    This story is completely inappropriate. Did you know that the U.S. has already done that in the past? Hundreds of Japanese-Americans were rounded up and forced to live in internment camps because they were suspected spies.

  2. It was more like thousands.

  3. Gaz says:

    So much for a sense of humor Joanne @_@

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