By now there may have been disease carriers in your area (children, for example) who have offered to infect you with a gastrointestinal ailment.
Let me offer this advice – under no circumstances accept this infection from any plague carriers that may be peddling their wares. Seven days of this, and the most delicate way I can put this is to say “Geese have stood back in amazement at the efficiency of my intestinal tract.”
Co-worker Rectified Diode had it for fifteen days. I advise you in the strongest terms possible to avoid it.
I’m honestly not sure… the Japanese have some amazingly cool cultural traits and I think the mindset formed by that culture is fascinating… but they’re off the rails at times.
There just isn’t a great deal many things that are odder. Sicker, yes. Grosser, maybe, ok yes. Mind-numbingly peculiar in its own class, absolutely.
Once his forehead is fully swollen and he has had the bagel’s “hole” pressed into it he looks in the mirror.
On seeing his “bagel head” reflection he smiles and says: “Oh sweet buttery bagels, I’m impressed.
“I look delicious.”
Ask yourself this question: Can you point to any other culture where a person engaging in this behavior would say “I look delicious”?
Pay particular attention to the choice of words here:
“We stayed in contact, then eventually I experienced saline with him in 2003 and he gave me permission to bring it to Japan.”