Something is exactly what it sounds like: something.
There are a lot of Something's that fall in the owl's room.
Sometimes it is the type of Something that falls.
The other day, a colleague of mine was splashed with Something twice.
My colleague is lucky! So, did he buy a lottery ticket...?
The bigger the dream, the better.
When your jumbo dream comes true, you have to worship the person who gave you the Something.
I'm sure most of you know this, but I'm going to use the word "Something" until the end of this article!
If you don't know what I'm talking about, please convert it to "shit" from now on.
Don't worry, I won't be posting any thumbnail images this time...
If you'd like to see more pictures of Something, or want to know more information about Something, please check out these past articles
This is an important health indicator that I check every day.
Something that came out of my mouth
Something we're talking about this time
Before you enter the restaurant, the staff will explain some precautions, such as "Something may come down.
The owl raises its hips when it does the Something.
If a nearby owl raises its hips, please step back from the owl's hips.
The only place Something can fall is directly under or behind the hips. Because that's where it will come out!
At the hands-on session, many of the customers seemed happy to hear about the buttocks and Something.
Boys love this topic, don't they?
That's why owls raise their hips in the air when they give a something.
When you see them in action, it's so obvious that they actually raise their hips. The owls raise their hips in such an obvious way that
When the staff notices this, they take a stand and protect the guests from the something.
In the shop, when someone does a something, we often hear comments like, "Your hips really went up!
On the other hand, at the Harajuku store, where we have many customers from overseas, every time someone does a something, the crowd goes wild.
It seems that "something" is universally interesting.
And strangely enough, we sometimes hear "You are lucky" from somewhere.
I was surprised when I first heard it!
It seems that even across the ocean, people sometimes say "you are lucky".
Another interesting thing was "Hmm...free souvenir".