Walk into the club like “what up, I got a big cock.” I am holding a very large rooster in my hands. “Where’s the cockfight at?”
#SPOTLIGHT: PHOTOGRAPHER GUSTAVO LOPEZ MANAS
Photographer and visual artist Gustavo Lopez Mañas has been making some waves around the creative blogosphere lately with his still and various motion photo-art series.
Well done society , yet again showing how pathetic the real world really is
The notes omg
Hahahaha most of them. No, wait, all of them.
OH MY GOD. YOU ALL NEED TO WATCH THIS.
OH MY GOD.
I CAN’T. DAMMIT.
I HONESTLY DIDN’T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT THOUGH
HAHAHAHAHAH OH MY GOD
WHAT. HOW. WHAT!?
best part about having a phone
i can just stare at the screen so people don’t make eye contact with me
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Who is that cheerful man with the adorably double-braided beard and why is he dressed up as a Japanese schoolgirl? Kotaku’s Brian Ashcraft has the scoop: This is Hideaki Kobayashi and he’s known (and rightfully so) as “Sailor Suit Old Man.”
Recently, Japanese sites and Twitter users in Tokyo have spotted an old guy dressed in a sailor style school uniform—a truly unusual sight to behold. People were amused. People were baffled. What the hell was going on?!
Japanese site IT Media met Kobayashi and asked him the question on everyone’s mind: Why do you dress like a Japanese schoolgirl?
“That’s a difficult question,” said Kobayashi. “It’s not really something I’ve thought too deeply about. Hrm. I guess it’s because sailor suits look good on me?”
We hope Mr. Kobayashi has some inkling of just how awesome he is. We can’t stop smiling as we look at these photos. Head over to Kotaku to learn more about “Sailor Suit Old Man,” our new hero of Japanese weirdness.
Why the fuck doesn’t this have eight million notes? Get it together, tumblr.