Thursday, September 30, 2010

Origin of Japanese Bird Cooking Spaghetti


I'm sure you guys are well aware of Japanese Bird Cooking Spaghetti. You know, the cute 'lil supserstar that's even got sites named after it, numerous spin-offs, and still occasionally makes an appearance on /jp/? Of course, with the Captcha, Anonymous of Russian Confederation can't use his bot anymore, so it's not seen as much. 


Regardless, I'm sure all of you have at least heard of it if you've yet to see it for yourself. But this bird is actually just lifted from a blogger who posts images of her birds being cute. I'm still not exactly sure where all the high-res images come from, considering all the images posted on her blog are low-res. I didn't bother looking that deep into it. My guess is that someone just spidered her blog and got the full sized images. Of course, she has images of her other birds as well, that some of you may have seen, such as the bird pushing the shopping cart (with spaghetti in it). 


Of course, I'm sure the owner of this blog wouldn't have expected her precious little birds to evolve into something so huge. Actually, I wonder if she actually knows or not. People have posted "Japanese bird cooking spagetti" on her blog, but I'm not too sure if she actually knows the significance behind the posts or not. Don't feel like asking her really.




~ Kirari ミ★


9 posts:

AKIBA-POP! said...

Oh saya~ She makes the best spaghetti.

Natsume said...

commenting

Frillybloomers said...

You will never make spaghetti with a Japanese bird. ;_;

LzK said...

No sir, I don't like it. I-I'm not afraid of birds, I just don't like them, t-that's all..

Good to know where they come from though.

This Guy: said...

This made me fucking hungry, dude. :[

Rachelle said...

In before someone does "Japanese bird looking at pornography"

Jackie said...

Great post, keep it up Bro !

goldensneer said...

You will never taste the innards of a bird cooked lovingly by Saya's own tentacles. ;_;

NeedlessToSay said...

Saya is such a kind and caring waifu.

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