Japanese Government Banning Used School Girl Pantie Vending Machines
The Japanese Government is trying to outlaw the sale of Japanese used school girl panties. They are so popular that they are sold in vending machines, individually wrapped with a picture of the school girl who allegedly wore them. Wrong on so many levels.
The Japanese government is banning the sale or purchase of used schoolgirl panties because they are such a problem this includes the vending machine sales. No longer will you be able to get a can of Coke, a packet of chips, and someone’s used undies at the local train station. What’s the etiquette on buying these anyway, are you allowed to open your packet at the station or do you need to wait till you get home, does it cost extra if they are extra smelly, what about crusty? Are they scratch and sniff? SO many burning questions.
A commercial has been made to convince men that buying used school girl panties is not a great idea, because they probably haven’t been worn by school girls at all. Yeah that is definitely the problem.
Is there a term that is more extreme than WTF, because this story needs it. Check out the commercial.