Video: The Tuttuki Bako Fingered

You may recall the Tuttuki Bako, a bizarre digital box best described as a sort of Tamagotchi glory hole. Courtesy of Joel, then, this video of a Japanese girl fingering its cheap electronic cervix while cooing with confusion and eventual delight.

Unfortunately, that’s as far as I can go. The comments I made in BBG editor’s chat when first watching this video were enjoyed by all, but all agreed they were unprintable. One interesting side effect, though: the slippery slope, one thing leading to another and all, and it turns out that our intern has already ordered new business cards for John “Assplay” Brownlee. Which, if you think about it, was really pretty appropriate all along. Make sure to ask me for one if you happen to see me at CES.

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7 Responses to Video: The Tuttuki Bako Fingered

  1. VSC says:

    That… that… yeah, anime ellipses really are the only answer.

    ^-^

    On the other hand, kosher or not, I’d love to see the chat log from the first viewing.

    ^-^

  2. Rob Beschizza says:

    Anime ellipses are the only appropriate response.

  3. Simon Greenwood says:

    If the Japanese didn’t make these things, no-one else would, for which we must be grateful.

  4. jtegnell says:

    Might be more accurately romanized as Tsuttsuki

  5. dculberson says:

    ^..^

    or is that

    {o_o}

  6. w000t says:

    –m–(O_O)–m–

    –m–(>.<)–m–

  7. A New Challenger says:

    (o’;’o)

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