56 Tattoo Freak Girl Lied to Save Face


The teenage girl who asked for three tattoos but blamed her tattooist when she woke with no less than 56 on her face admits she made the whole thing up after her father was enraged by her new circus freak tattoos.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 1, 2011 06:42

    Time for major medication. I hear lithium is good.... More

Girl Wakes with 53 Unwanted Tattoos


A teenage girl is suing her tattooist she claims tattooed 56 stars on her face after she asked for three.

The girl is suing for over $15,000 in damages for “the graffiti that ruined my life”, after the tattoo artist allegedly thought nothing of giving her eighteen times the tattoos she requested.

The man responsible for the ‘graffiti’, himself covered in tattoos and piercings, insists he only complied with her instructions, and at the reasonable price of $90.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 10, 2012 05:09

    We all know now that Kimberley Vlaeminck lied, she did want those stars tattooed on her face. But she didn't expect the reactions of her family and friends. I saw her on a TV interview, with... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 3, 2012 18:17

    Probably nobody else wanted to look like a nit-picking troll.... More

Shop Calls Police Over Employee Eating Leftover Rice


A Japanese food retailer has attracted a storm of criticism after it set prosecutors on one of its part-time employees for making rice balls (onigiri) out of leftover rice due to be thrown out, accusing her of theft.

The legal assault was apparently intended to punish her for having the gall to submit a formal complaint about the company’s alleged non-payment of overtime owed.

The pettiness of the company’s accusations soon incited massive criticism and a major PR disaster…

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  • Anonymous commented on June 27, 2012 02:58

    All the elements of the earth are there for us to eat and grow. What we humans created is evil element of the dollar. We waste shit every day not only food, like gas and water.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 25, 2012 21:24

    Depends hugely on the temperature. On hot days rice spoils in hours, but when it's cold it can last days.... More

2ch Stalker Threatens to Sue Seiyuu Victim Haruna Ikezawa


Seiyuu Haruna Ikezawa, best known for her role as Yoshino Shimazu in Maria-sama ga Miteru, along with Momoka in Keroro Gunsou, has announced on her site that she has been the victim of a deranged stalker.

Going by the name of “Phoenix”, who attempted to turn the tables on her in a lengthy series of posts where he claimed she was spitefully defaming his character and warned her that he was preparing to sue her.

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  • ollie commented on August 7, 2010 17:57

    Would someone please describe to me what this 2Ch is? I hear about it all the time but have no idea what it is. It seems kinda creepy, like a bunch of loser kids obsess... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 19, 2009 21:02

    Is everyone missing the irony that she plays Momoka--a crazy delusional stalker?... More

Anime Maker Seeks Arrest of Hyakko Critics


The maker of nondescript school anime Hyakko may very well be planning to pursue criminal slander charges against persistent online detractors who have been brazen enough to call the not universally well received anime “rubbish”.

Slander is a criminal as well as civil offence in Japan, with substantial prison terms possible.

We see the following exchange in a Hyakko thread:
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  • Anonymous commented on August 27, 2010 05:23

    I liked Hyakko. That jump scene in the beginning brought me to tears lol Still, if you don't like something you can express yourself the way you want, including calling something crap. Thumbs down for the... More

  • TakeAGuess commented on July 24, 2009 12:43

    That thick-skinned MF is thick-skinned. I knew the Japanese have things backwards. But to create horrible animu and not be called out for it? These circus clowns who make that crap can't take the... More

Studios Sue Singapore Anime Downloaders


Hated Singapore anime licensor Odex continues its crusade against torrent using anime downloaders in Singapore, with its most recent move being to enlist the help of a number of Japanese studios to take legal action against a few downloaders who declined to roll over and pay a settlement.

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  • 5p. commented on November 22, 2008 01:29

    The scuttlebutt is that the Japanese companies are concerned about fansub torrents because Japanese otaku are downloading them - apparently fansubs download faster than the raws, because of the sheer mass of international downloaders all... More

  • Adan commented on November 21, 2008 03:07

    Didn't agree, you are thinking about yourself. Think more about the product's maker. They make stuff, they deserved to get money. What would you do if someone stole your product (software / program) that you make... More

All Night Gaming Kills


A boy (15), who spent all night gaming at a net café, suddenly keeled over dead in the early morning.

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  • XxLolimasterxX commented on December 8, 2015 04:56

    Insomnia and Coffee+Epilepsy... More

  • XxLolimasterxX commented on December 8, 2015 04:54

    Once I got Skate 3. I would not let it slip my hands nomatter the sweat. Imagine the hours.... More

金色のガッシュ / Konjiki no Gash (also “Zatch Bell”) mangaka 雷句誠 / Makoto Raiku has demanded compensation to the tune of ¥3,300,000.

Infuriated over publisher Shogakukan having managed to lose an important original manuscript, 金色のガッシュ / Konjiki no Gash (also “Zatch Bell”) mangaka 雷句誠 / Makoto Raiku has demanded compensation to the tune of ¥3,300,000.

Apparently, after the manga finished serialisation, the publisher returned the orginal manuscripts, but some colour pages were missing; the author is basing his claim on the artistic value of the lost pages. Shogakukan for their part have made the terse statement “We shall deal with the petition properly as soon as it is received”.

Via TBS.

  • Celestz commented on September 12, 2009 10:29

    So much for those drawings.... More

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