Tokyo Asexual Artist Serves Own Genitals At Dinner (GRAPHIC)

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“Suck my balls” as an expression comes pretty close to what happened last month when self-described asexual artist  Mao Sugiyama offered his genitals up for a $250 a plate dinner on Twitter.

It all started with this:

Translated into English, it basically goes a little something like, “”[Please retweet] I am offering my male genitals (full penis, testes, scrotum) as a meal for 100,000 yen …Will prepare and cook as the buyer requests, at his chosen location.”

Six people took him up on his offer and booked a plate, while dozens of others who only got to eat crocodile sat idly by and watched the entire spectacle – on a side note, one of the six honoured guests was a complete no-show.

Sugiyama’s genitals were removed in a surgical procedure mere days after his 22nd birthday, and were spliced, diced, minced and possibly Slap Chopped for the meal.

According to the Huffington Post “The story went viral in Japan. Some showed even more interest, while others … called Japanese authorities, who deemed the banquet legal because there is no law against cannibalism in the country.”

And now for your viewing pleasure – some guy’s dick on a plate.

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3 thoughts on “Tokyo Asexual Artist Serves Own Genitals At Dinner (GRAPHIC)

  1. Oh, Jeromie. Where do I start? You forgot to reference Schwetty Balls. Is that deep-fried dick on the far left (it must have shrunk in the deep fat fryer)? What kind of dipping sauce would you serve with it? A creamy mayonnaise? Are the balls stuffed? With what, I wonder? Cumof sumy ung guy? tee hee…

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