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Desc:A former businesswoman, 33-year old Aya Sato now cheers on Salarymen in Shinjuku.
Category:Stunts, Sports
Tags:Cheerleader, WTF Japan, cheergyaru?
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
Date:03/07/10
Views:1510
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Comment count is 14
Raggamuffin
Do what you love, no one can fuck with you.
RocketBlender
I love Japan.
Riskbreaker
This video made me so happy.

dementomstie
I think I've found a new favorite "WTF Japan" video. Move over "Real Voice of Pikachu".

Syd Midnight
Notice how all the cameras and cell phones are tilted downward because they want to see panties.

Albuquerque Halsey
That is one disarmingly attractive Japanese bystander. Those two should get together.
takewithfood
Sadly, at 33 years of age, she is an unmarriable hag in Japan.

Goethe and ernie
Having watched this, I feel unassailable in my joy.
Jet Bin Fever
Truly a hero and a patriot. Her gyration inspires me to live another day in mediocrity.
oogaBooga
-1 for no panty shot
Hooker
So which is crazier, the quixotic cheerleadnig woman or the people that still wear masks when there's no outbreak?
Riskbreaker
It's common there for people with a cold to wear those masks in the streets.

Hooker
Right, but common doesn't mean not-crazy. There are many asian people who walk around where I live with them on.

Harveyjames
Sometimes old folk will cover their faces when they go out to stop them swelling up with repeated exposure to the sun ('pan-face'). In Japan I saw an old guy wearing a straw hat, white face mask, and white gloves. I think when it gets to that stage, you've already lost the battle.

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