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Desc:Japanese comedy duo shows that not all mime sucks.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Japan, Silent, comedy, Mime, Gamarjobat
Submitted:Reefer Fez
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They're funny, but in a way that would impress a 6 year old at a birthday party.
10% concept, 90% execution
Reefer Fez
Yeah, I admit that these are old, old gags, but they do them so damn well. Going to go see them on September 17th, should be a good show.

Man, everything from 4:00 on is gold. Solid gold.
My dad heard me laughing at this and asked what was so funny. I told him it was an act on some comedy show. He asked me to restart it. I told him it was visual humor, but he insisted, saying "I can see well enough for THAT."

He had a stroke a couple months ago and has been almost completely blind since. A few days ago, he was told that if he hasn't regained his vision by now, he likely never will.

I turned my laptop around and he said to turn out the lights, so he can see better. I think all turning off the lights does is let him see where the glowing computer screen is. So I set it on the coffee table and turned off the lights. We watched the whole thing in silence. It was the most uncomfortable six minutes of my life, five stars
Jesus, even reading that makes me uncomfortable. Good show.

Why are they on the set of QI?
There is no need to bring talent from Japan when the greatest living mime is British. Rowan Atkinson.

Still, good show.
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