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Hello from Japan

Published October 14th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

interesting

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This figure in Japan is called “フラスパ(fura-supa)”.

Dogū (土偶, “clay idol/figurine”) are small humanoid and animal figurines made during the late Jōmon period (14,000 BC to 400 BC) of prehistoric Japan. This one clearly resembles the FSM.

RAMEN

tomomi tanaka



5 Responses to “Hello from Japan”

  1. burgerchimp says:

    yeah. you just keep on smoking whatever it is you are smoking, there, tomomi.

  2. Keith says:

    You mean they weren’t ancient astronauts? Well, you have certainly convinced me! Arigato gozaimas

  3. Maurog says:

    This is ridiculous, from the ponchos they wear and the characteristic posture, these are clearly ancient cowboys!

    I’m sorry, this simply has nothing to do with FSM. Now if they were pirates…

  4. tomomi says:

    burgerchimp>
    ok! I`ll do , hahahaha

    Keith>
    Wow!
    douitasimasite!
    What the ancients saw …?

  5. tomomi says:

    Maurog >
    I reported that it looked like a “Him”(Spaghetti Monster) was parasitic on the head of figure.
    “Him”of this figure looks like made by noodles and meat balls;)

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