Posts tagged with ‘japanwtf

Doctor Who, the Japanese dating sim? Okay, why the hell not? There are lots and lots of reasons.

Unlucky in love? Can’t find that special someone? Why struggle being the person no one wants to date when you could be… THIRTEEN people?

Introducing… Romantic Time Traveller Boyfriend XD Plus! The wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey, time-travelling dating simulator!

Use jelly babies, cricket, menacing eyebrows and your favourite Time Lord quotes to woo companions through all of time and space! Unsuccessful? Don’t worry! You can always put on a ‘brave face’…

We hope you enjoy our latest clip by the FiveWhoFans and iamprikle to celebrate the return of Doctor Who on 23rd August! If you like, please help us share and get it out there – your support is hugely appreciated!



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Meet ‘Chibatman,’ Japan’s Real-Life Dark Knight

While it’s not known whether he’s out looking for the likes of the Joker, the Penguin and Poison Ivy, it does appear Batman has some sort of real life counterpart in Japan, where various people have caught ‘Chibatman’ in a highly detailed bat-suit, riding around on a pretty badass three wheeled bat-cycle. 

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Whiny Japanese lawmaker set to music

Japanese lawmaker Ryutaro Nonomura cries and bangs his fists about his misappropriation of public funds, now with more wailing guitar solo. 

This old Japanese Doctor Who parody is one of the weirdest things on the internet today

While the Daleks (Dalekor) with legs and the cheap kung fu Cybermen are pretty Japanese awful, the guy who plays the Doctor actually seems to be a decent actor.

Watch as Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9” is played on 167 theremins inside Russian matryoshka dolls in Japan

Why are the theremins inside Russian nesting dolls? Idfk, because Japan.

It’s Monday, so here’s the best way to put on pants ever

When someone says something about “putting your pants on one leg at a time like everyone else”, you can prove that you are in fact, not like anyone else.

Japan to create a wall of frost to keep radioactivity contained

For massive nuclear power plant disasters such as Chernobyl and Fukushima, the easy part (relatively) is erecting massive concrete structures to keep gamma radiation contained and out of the open air where it can easily spread. Contaminated groundwater is a whole different beast, but Japan has an ingenious solution— a wall of solid permafrost. Using pipes filled with refrigerant buried in the ground, the plan is to create an underground ice wall to keep runoff to a minimum.

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Clip from the new Godzilla movie gives you more hot monster on monster action

Or, a dick tease of some hot monster on monster action anyway.

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