Japanese lunchboxes.

Wouldn't we all want to have these kind of lunchboxes.

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+28 1. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

It seems they have a lot of time to spend for the kids. All I got was two quick smeared sanwiches and an apple in a paper bag, until I started making my own lunch.
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+5 2. bisteinee commented 10 years ago

Sorry. I had one of these…
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+16 3. loadme commented 10 years ago

spending time for the kids is awesome.
but creating a PS3 Controller for lunch is an overkill.
they should sit down with their kids instead and play something together.
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+8 4. WildMonkey commented 10 years ago

Is it me or this is just horribly disgusting wasting all the time on something of no value or importance and to top it off it creates a sense of entitlement on the children.
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+7 5. herrkaleun commented 10 years ago

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-2 6. Baboon commented 10 years ago

Agree with #3 and #4, every day... just because it's looks good it isn't necessairly good.
Maybe from time to time, once a month or something.
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+2 7. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

The definition of art is not what it used to be. Good work and, I hope, good nutrition.
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+4 8. sidewinder commented 10 years ago

Japanese are a shining example of a successful society type.
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+13 9. CrackrJak commented 10 years ago

#3 and #4 You two just don't get it do you? Japanese society sees food as more than just something to eat, it's supposed to look good too. Bento boxes are not just made for the kids, they are made for adults as well.

Culinary art is not a "disgusting waste of time" if those that eat it both appreciate the effort put into it and enjoy the meal itself.
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+1 10. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

I absolutely love everything about Japan... If a meteor hits France, I would forget about it the next minute, if it hit Russia, I would look for alternatives to natural gas, if it hit the USA I would store all the movies I can... but if it hit Japan...I... I would kill myself!
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+3 11. librabooks commented 10 years ago

#10 Harakiri? Or some other form of Seppuku?
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0 12. drunkmonk commented 10 years ago

He he. It would be hard for me to eat that.
Ok. Listen to this - try to look at tase to tasty the same as looks(adds) to tasty. Like #7 said - hope nutritious. Shining example.
#4 - well remember that there is not much else entitelment - for non-Japanese -- disfuncional entitelment agree.
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0 13. loadme commented 10 years ago

#9 thats why we must not have an opinion?
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0 14. irishgek commented 10 years ago

Ya sure food needs to be art ....this is art these days

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0 15. gunsnroses commented 10 years ago

what a creative and understanding culture :)
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+2 16. Rigel commented 10 years ago

ROFLMFAO #8http://www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu/ap1201/taylor.htm
Not to mention http://internet-filter-review.toptenreviews.com/internet-pornography-statistics.html
as well as their freakishly low birth rates and suicide rates.
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+1 17. ValdeLevis commented 10 years ago

Preparing the next generation of well trained consumers, but at least it's cute.
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+1 18. gcleffff commented 10 years ago

dont you get it, moms made this so that their kid would eat it, kids eat food thats looks good to their eyes, its kind of a bait (design).. hmm hello kitty ill bite your ear hehehe
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0 19. ruhk commented 10 years ago

2:58 haha. gutter mind i know
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0 20. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Pretty, but a little extreme. The Moms need to chill, taking pressure and competition too serious.