It is fresh to our memories that 3D printing company Shapeways released a 3D replica of “Sad Keanu Reeves,” a long-loved internet meme that’s been around since 2010. Here is the original Sad Keanu Reeves.
And here’s the 3D printed version of him, which is available for sale from Shapeways.
Recently, additional photos have been uploaded to the item description page. Not only Keanu is sad now, but he is now seen in several surreal situations like this.
Nobody showing up for his X’mas party makes Keanu even sadder.
(新刊落ちました means “I couldn’t publish my latest doujinshi on time.” As some of you may know, it is the most miserable feeling for a doujinshi artist/writer to show up to a comic event without any books to sell.)
She dressed up covered with cicada shells for a summer music festival, “Mezamashi Live” on July 20th. She threw some of the shells during the concert, but the wind was so strong they got blown away in pieces!
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The school lockers are labeled with “Anno” and “Sadamoto,” the director and the character designer of Neon Genesis Evangelion, respectively. Anno also voiced as a seiyuu in Miyazaki’s latest film “Kazetachinu.”
There are tons of existing Bae Caught Me Slippin parody photos out there in the West, but this one makes me laugh even more because of those K-ON! slippers in the background, and the fact that a pretty girl like her is willing to do a joke like this!
At Shibuya Station, there’s a famous statue made in memory of Hachi, the faithful dog known to wait for his master everyday at this station after the owner had past away. There, sometimes you find a cat sitting in front of the statue. Cats appear in different costumes every time, so I don’t think it’s waiting for the owner, but nevertheless it’s an odd combination of a cat and a dog!
Anomaly is normalcy in Japan! Enjoy and embrace all the weirdness if you ever visit the country ^_^