ONLY IN JAPAN: Plant one on your poodle
Is this an outgrowth of the Japanese subculture that encourages thirty–something women to dress like twelve-year olds, or just plain weird anywhere? Geisha asobi via Xeni at boingboing.net –thanks!
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