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  • How's it going?

  • If you are watching this, then that means that you've made it to the year 2013.

  • Congratulations.

  • I'm really excited today because it is the first of January 2013 and I love the New Year because it gives me, like, this push of extra motivation.

  • And like they say in Japanese, Ya Turkey, I have so much frigging ya turkey.

  • I don't even know what to do with it.

  • Like I just want to do everything and maybe I will.

  • But there's one more reason why I like the beginning of the year in Japan.

  • At the very beginning of the year, they sell these things that are called Fuku Booker Fuku grow, and they basically mean like that.

  • Each Fukuda contains a bunch of that stores goods at a greatly reduced cost.

  • Most of the time, you can't see what's in the bag, and it's kind of like you don't know what you're gonna get, but it should be born than what you paid for.

  • So this one is vanity Face.

  • I checked the store and I kind of generally liked a lot of the clothes inside the store, so I figured that I couldn't go wrong.

  • Picking this zipper is like shut, so you can't open it.

  • You can't check.

  • One of the only rules about Guro is that while you're not allowed to check the contents inside, you are allowed to compare Wait and kind of feel them and try to guess what kind of products are inside.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • I was hoping I could get a black woman.

  • I got a black one.

  • I'm actually genuinely, like, not even faking this excitement.

  • So excited.

  • This is cute.

  • Like a little like cardigan.

  • A nice general black sweater.

  • A black hat.

  • Hey, what is this?

  • What is this up, honey?

  • Oh, okay.

  • So that that was fun.

  • But then Joe Village, Vanguard Village Vanguard is actually the coolest store in all of Japan.

  • This bag could be anything.

  • Anything else, because they sell just such a wide variety of things.

  • Anyway, let's see what's inside.

  • What is this?

  • It's just like a cloth.

  • A watchable lint roller.

  • An electric toothbrush.

  • It's an elephant shaped dish brush.

  • Um, silicone steamer village vanguard.

  • Lucky bag is full of things that I will never use.

  • I forgot about this.

  • This is probably a very good time to mention that while for Google grow means like Happy bag or a lucky bag in Japan there is such a thing.

  • That's a cool girl, which means a unfortunate bag or misfortune.

  • Bag bags containing nothing but completely unwanted items are called for a golden girl.

  • Cool.

  • So, basically, to sum it all up, how good the contents of a bag are really Depends on where you go.

  • For example, the Apple star also gives away for good Gordo.

  • In Japan last year, the people who bought one found a MacBook air inside.

  • So how about you if you live in Japan?

  • Did you, by any good girl this year, what was inside?

  • So I have to go.

  • Looks I have to figure out what I'm gonna do with all this junk now.

  • Maybe I'll give it to my mom.

  • It's from me.

  • Thank you for listening.

  • Thank you for watching.

  • I'll make a new video soon to the bowl on my head.

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A2 bag vanguard village lucky black girl

福袋・不幸袋買いました Japanese "Lucky"/"Unlucky" Bags!

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