Just the thing to prevent number one son.
semi-coherently explains: "...a ceremony in the Newar community in Nepal in which pre-adolescent girls are 'married' to the bel fruit (wood apple), which is a symbol of the god Vishnu, ensuring that the girl becomes and remains fertile. It is believed that if the girl's husband dies later in her life, she is not considered a widow because she is married to Vishnu, and so already has a husband that is believed to be still alive."
Nearly four million views, but perhaps new to you!
Need to get somewhere slow? The Turtle Taxi
service, currently operating in Yokohama, promises to drive as slowly as possible. They'll even turn off the engine at red lights. The service is said to be popular with pregnant women, the elderly, and parents with sleeping children. [psfk.com
Already showing five million+ views--but maybe as new to you as it was to me?
Some particularly weird J-pop from "the David Lynch
" of that medium.
A music video from the daughter of the dictator of Uzbekistan. "We have ways to make you dance!"
Full story here.
Pick your favorite version of this immortal classic. BTW, the nonsense phrase is officially rendered as "I sa mok em boo di ay, I sa mok em boo." Although I sometimes hear "...boo LI ay."