How long until these show up in an anime?
I don't get it.
>Has science gone too far?
Seeing as it took them about eight years to use Dyson fan-kun I'd give it another decade or so.
Is this just another fruit grown in a box?
And for that matter, have we even seen their square watermelons yet?
Just for you.
>“Goukaku iyokan” means “five-sided iyokan” with “iyokan” being a certain type of orange-skinned citrus fruit. Someone at the Hizuchi Tachibana 4H Club in Japan's Ehime prefecture realized, however, that “goukaku iyokan” can also mean “to have a good feeling about passing” - same pronunciation, different spelling
It's a "you passed" present for students based off a pun.
What about these?
I think they were in the Saint Young Men movie.
Who here eats Ice cube sandwiches? Chillwhiches are the best.