Thanks to Peter, my old pal from J-List, I've got a stack of insane Japanese magazines. The ads featured in this article come from the same issue of egg, a magazine that seems to be targeted at teenage girls that look like baseball gloves. The magazine instructs them to buy things and teaches them how to give blowjobs to green cartoon penises. Basically like Seventeen here in the United States. The ads featured in this article include a weight loss program with a lot of focus on pooping, some sort of foam you rub into your breasts to enlarge them, a curious take on Judaism, and more.
As long as the food ghost doesn't start haunting my pants.
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