Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Tourism Update

Something I forgot to mention in yesterday's post - the article talks about how Georgia is the peach state, and downtown Atlanta can be confusing because so many streets incorporate the word Peachtree, and other stuff about peaches. One thing I forgot to mention is that among the many Japanese fetishes, fatties are referred to as Peach Girls (or ピーチガールス). No doubt a trip to Atlanta will now appeal to guys having a fantasy of an obese 外人 hookup here in the states. Fortunately, this is the right part of the country, although they'll have a better chance if they leave the city and scope out the suburbs and countryside. Instead of griping about foreigners coming in and taking our women, I just ask that they leave a tiny, slim, unattractive woman as a deposit. Then they can take their fatty hotty home with them, because I'm not returning えびちゃん for anything.

5 comments:

~Deb said...

They have a fetish called, "feederism", where people pay obese women to eat on the internet - and WATCH them grow - gain weight. That's the turn on. Ahhhh, gotta love the good ol' United States!

CLICK HERE or you will really regret it.

It's a gift from me to you. ...Really.

Patti said...

Ah now I see I must get a tattoo that reads Peach Girl!

グラント said...

~deb - the bikini mud soccer gals, like all J-hotties in J-entertainment, have actual breasts. My fetish is that I'd like to see some attractive Japanese women who haven't been augmented or altered to look Western. I guess I have a natural fetish.

patti - only if you want to attract Japanese perverts, by which I mean men.

Stacy The Peanut Queen said...

Peach girls, huh?

You know, now that you mention it, I hardly EVER see overweight Japanese women. How do they stay so damn skinny yet eat all that rice? Nothing but carbs there....

Eh, it's too early to dwell on that...I'm off for more caffeine.

グラント said...

pq - the Japanese foolishly think that eating natural things like rice and fish will keep you slim and healthy, but we know better. Carbs cause health problems, unlike a big fat bacon cheeseburger slathered with mayonnaise (as long as you remove that whole-grain bun). That's why we are thinner and have longer life spans.