Play all of the videos at once for a reasonably accurate simulation of losing your mind and/or the DTs.
A hard-hitting, honest depiction of normal everyday life in Japan, to wit a marriage between a human-sized plastic doll and a hairy-chested doppelgänger of the usual turquoise Mushuda bear, here reduced to an impotent voyeur. Apparently this PVC bride’s dowry consists of an anti-moth product for ladies [sic] called Kaori (“perfumed”), which is also a common Japanese feminine name. Try not to get any Japanese women you meet with that name mixed up with the insecticide product because they certainly won’t thank you for trying to put them in your closet to repel moths.
(Sequel to yesterday’s Mushuda anti-moth SWAT team raid).
And… this. I don’t even know what this is or why it exists, but it does. Nice that she’s still seeing her friends and having a plastic girls’ night in even after her recent nuptials with the bear.
It’s like a Samuel Beckett play with animal costumes. Transcript:
<ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ ムシューダ…>
ムシューダ. ムシューダ– ムシューダ.
ム シ ューダー
防虫の季節です (Bou chu no kisetsu desu / “It’s the season for bugs”)
Mushuda is (perhaps unsurprisingly) headline news in Japan’s English-language publication of record for Mushuda related issues, the Daily Mushuda Journal.
PPS: More Mushuda in Mushuda II: Miscegenation.