All right; given all the changes occurring in the (non-Western) world, it's time to inaugurate a New Blog Category: Yes We Can In A Can, featuring the
You've already seen the Sandwich In A Can™, and Sweet Sue's Whole Chicken In A Can™. Now, we bring you Pancake Essence Beverage by the Japan's Dydo Corporation (a division of Nataka Heavy Machine Industries. Okay, we made that part up).
(Homer Simpson As 'Mister Sparkle', circa 1994)
Apparently, this is a drink which appears to resemble tea with milk, yet tastes like a stack of pancakes with butter and maple syrup -- hence the idea of an "essence" drink, providing a simulacrum of one kind of experience in the guise of another.
The Japanese also make amazingly lifelike Love Dolls, too... the majority of which resemble pre-teen girls, a sad commentary on the state of the sexual tastes of at least one sector of Japan's male population.
They aren't the sort of inflate-o-doll you can buy in the 'secret section' at Wal-Mart, either: While they rely on the same essential concept, these silicone productions cost between $8,000 and $10,000 US. And, no, I'm not posting any other photos of that. This is a family blog, goddamn it.
When you can get one in a can, I'll consider it; but remember, I'm a Dog. My only interest in one of the Candy Girls would be as a chew toy, aber natürlich. Just Sayin'.