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January 12, 2007
Friday Squid Blogging: Edible Squid Postcards
Not postcards with pictures of squid, but actual squid postcards. From Japan, of course.
Posted on January 12, 2007 at 2:56 PM
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A little sugar and I bet they taste great!
Geez... seems like *every* (English) Gizmodo page automatically redirects me to http://de.gizmodo.com, apparently based on some sort of attempt to figure out my country based on my IP, making it difficult at best to actually read that story.
Somebody at Gizmodo really needs to be whacked with a cluebat, to say the least.
I bet the Susami post office smells just *awful*.
Good practical joke. I bet if you open one of those in an office environment the whole floor would clear out...
Absolutely amazing. This has brightened up my day a bit :)
Trying to import these into the US might get you arrested and/or fined. I wouldn't think about mailing them to people either.
What Japan has a squid product that does not feature tentacles and schoolgirls? I AM SHOCKED!
Probably smells like Squid jerkey, which is not too bad. (And is quite tasty!)
Okay. I know that this must be a FAQ, but I haven't found the answer.
Where did the Friday squid blogging tradition come from?
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