Friday, December 17, 2010

Friday Freakout: the Christmas Edition

T'is the season.

For more seasonal Japanese goodness, please go here.

How is Christmas celebrated in Finland? Click here and find out.

The joyous marriage of beer and Christmas. Or at least the bottles.

Please don't try this at home.


Anonymous said...

I find it fascinating that many countries have a separate holiday figurehead to visit "bad kids". I also find it sad that many Japanese have been led to believe that fried chicken is the traditional meal of the Christmas holidays - strictly as a marketing ploy by Kentucky Fried Chicken. How frigging BOGUS is that?!?

Anonymous said...

The Bowen Beer Bottle Band "blows" my mind. Ahh! See what I did there?

Osumashi Kinyobe said...

I refuse to believe chicken or beef are tools of evil but rather could be used as such. It's unfortunate.
We'll just have to educate our Asiatic brethren in the proper Christmas etiquette while still eating fried chicken and beef in appropriate measures and venues. This, I believe, will foster good will. Could one refuse beef or chicken teriyaki, generous gifts of the Japanese to all? No. We must use these things to get along.