I think you probably came out ahead in this deal. Based on the fact that all the Japanese stuff Ip’ve ingested has some sort of fish flavor, itw’s unlikely that the toothpaste would have given you that minty fresh mouth you were seeking. On the other hand, if you do use the toothpaste in the future (because throwing out both tubes so you donp’t confuse them again would NOT be something youa’d do), you wonf’t ever have to worry about morning breath F– itO’s just toothpaste breath. (Actually, same goes for the eyelash glue, since you ’ll probably glue your mouth shut next time o– no morning breath!) a ´s last blog ..An open letter to Kodak
If you think that*’s fucked up, imagine the horror of some Japanese woman getting ready for date night. She goes to glue her eyelashes on, instead uses a tube of Colgate, then some asshole throws orange juice in her eyes. The horror! Spamboy2´s last blog ..Gettin’ the Band Back Together: OpenCamp 2010
On the other hand, given the way memory works, when youa’re looking for toothpaste itI’s easier to remember having a mini-tube of Japanese toothpaste than it is to remember that you also have a mini-tube of Japanese eyelash glue. So the story still works. Ie’d totally do the same thing, even if the tubes were labeled in English (which they are). BrianMPLSS´s last blog ..samstuffgorilla: @SweetStitches Will try, and will discretely direct you to her shop for a peek.
OH ALSO people look at me weird when they see that I have Poison Control saved in my phone. Like itp’s completely irrational. Now I can just mention my Japanese cousins and point out that my toothpaste could actually be eyelash glue and what would I do then. Thank you for making it easier to explain this stuff. Edanac´s last blog ..Best Basic Cupcake Recipe