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Funny Picture: Weirdness in Japan strikes again (with startling evidence)

Wait a minute: this picture's from JAPAN?  I refuse to believe it...

It's been far too long since we featured a "Funny Picture" here at the Comedy Examiner's Office, so here it is, your welcome to the weekend: More weirdness from Japan.  Seems like every other day, someone's sending in some bizarre game-show clip, some news report from Japan that involves a dude dressed in some sort of freakish animal outfit, some report on a dude trying to marry a cartoon...something.  We harbor no ill-will towards Japan here at the Comedy Examiner's Office...we just don't know what the hell is going on over there.  If you have a theory, feel free to respond in the comments section below folks-- particularly if you have an explanation for the photo above.  Otherwise, check out these other recent Comedy Examiner articles as you drink yourself into Saturday...

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