Listen. After seeing what’s going on with Japan’s postal service, I’m going to need the USPS to step its game way up.
Although old mailboxes in Japan look kind of like the guy above sans googly eyes, the people charged with designing post boxes in contemporary Japan take their jobs seriously.
And by seriously, I mean not seriously at all. If you walk the streets of Tokyo long enough, you’re bound to run into something that looks more like a giant children’s toy than a mailbox, and it’s bound to be the best experience of your miserable life.
They might look a little odd at first, but when you take a second to sit with the cuteness of Japan’s postal scene, you’ll realize just how much ours is lacking.
We’re all taught the “Golden Rule” as children: do unto others as you would have done unto you. Well, apparently these people missed that lesson. Then, they took an extra curricular course on Being Absolutely Evil. These kinds of people are just the worst.
Giving people the benefit of the doubt can be a positive strategy in life… but these people? Never, ever, ever trust:
After a long, hard week at work, sometimes you just need to get out and enjoy yourself.
While I don’t get the opportunity to go out as much as I did in college, when I do find time, I try to make the most of it. This usually includes having about five more drinks than I probably should, and all bets are off when it comes to thinking before I speak.
Let’s get real for a second. No matter how much I’ve had to drink, the drunk munchies are a sure thing. And while a post-bar pizza was usually my food of choice at school, as an adult, I try to conserve my funds a bit more by making snacks at home. I’ve made my own drunk nachos before, but I don’t think I’m enough of a drunk culinary master to perfect the art of making “grilled cheeses.”
This funny lady knows exactly what’s up. Her so-called grilled cheeses are masterful.