Jan 24, 2014

The Odd New Pointless Photo Trend to Hit Japan (28 pics)


By on Friday, January 24, 2014

They are calling this weird new photo taking style the “Face Down Pose” and it is when people look down or cover their faces when photos are taken of them. We cannot quite figure out why this would be fashionable however!




























17 comments:

  1. Martha Franks HumbleJanuary 24, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    no human being is trash based on where they live or what they live in, this statement needs to go away. Human life should be respected period. This is a decent place to live, and whoever lives here is not trash, but thrifty, smart, & worked hard for what he has. think about it before you open your mouth.

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  2. You're a dumb bitch. I'm sure you're more trailer trash than John .

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  3. You're a dumb bitch. I'm sure you're more trailer trash than John .

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  4. No, it doesn't. At least know what the hell you're talking about.

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  5. oh id love to have one at mo i live in a mobile home but id like to be back in uk how much does it cost please

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  6. Very cool. If I had the money I would do this. For others interested, one way you could possibly do this a little cheaper(assuming the man who built this one didn't,) is to check if a nearby city as a Habitat for Humanity resale store. They sale unused supplies from their projects and you can usually get things much cheaper than at a place like Lowes. Plus, you get to help a good cause.

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  7. 8 (40 ft) containers stacked and customized for living - I worked as a Government Contractor in Uzbekistan and Afghanistan from 2003-2012... it is truly amazing what you can do with those containers. Our main office was made up of 8 containers that were each 40 feet long. It had a few small rooms for the head guys to sleep in, bathroom, small kitchen and 1 large meeting room. We also made many other living/ office quarters... basically, the options are endless ONLY if you have a little common sense, a creative mind, a little bit of money and most of all PATIENCE.
    If anyone would like some pictures or just a few ideas and/ or help, feel free to email me at (livingstontx24@ yahoo . Com) anytime and I'll be more than happy to share what information I have learned or if anyonr is willing to give me some advice... you will never be too old to learn something new... I'm only 33 years old and I know I have much more to learn.

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  8. Very very nice. Yes, I see that it can be done much cheaper without the extras. The metal carport, is what I plan to build a home out of but having a larger carport fabricated.

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  9. Pamela HergenraderJanuary 25, 2014 at 9:16 AM

    IT WAS A FLICKING JOKE>>>> Try adding the caption to one of the pictures !! Actually my hubby and I sat amazed at how well and EXPENSIVE it would be to do it. They did a AWESOME JOB !! Even made it earth friendly !! DO NOT BLAST ME over a silly comment. I even put a laugh at the end. WOW !!
    YOU DON"T KNOW ME ! DON"T JUDGE ME !!!

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  10. Pamela HergenraderJanuary 25, 2014 at 9:21 AM

    BTW, I did a facebook search... low and behold there's plenty of people that are proud trailor/trailor park trash... And I NEVER said people the lived in them were trash... READ WHAT I SAID !
    this links on me :)
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/427387760704046/

    IT WAS A FLICKING JOKE>>>> Try adding the caption to one of
    the pictures !! Actually my hubby and I sat amazed at how well and
    EXPENSIVE it would be to do it. They did a AWESOME JOB !! Even made it
    earth friendly !! DO NOT BLAST ME over a silly comment. I even put a
    laugh at the end. WOW !!
    YOU DON"T KNOW ME ! DON"T JUDGE ME !!!

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  11. This is amazing.. I love the idea of repurposing. And this one's great!! The problem is keeping local government out of it.. I can tell you our county would Never give a permit to do this...all rules are cookie cut with 0 flexibility

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  12. Pamela HergenraderJanuary 25, 2014 at 9:50 AM

    It would be kewl tho ! If I could do it i would add another wing... closests, BATHTUB !! lol I loved how they didn't throw nothing away. The inside arches were bad@$$ !! And used it for the patio cover.

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  13. Pamela HergenraderJanuary 25, 2014 at 9:55 AM

    I think she meant it needed extra plumbing... example........a bathroom with a tub would be super !! I want to romance a bathroom in this home... I dint see how much the end result cost my hubby thinks 250,000... shrugs... sounds about right... Beautiful it is for sure.

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  14. How much did each container run you..and where do you buy used containers like that. Also, did you run into any problems with permits and codes and inspections. Thanks

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  15. I love this!! I ave a peice of property in southern CO.(Costilla Cty) does anyone have any info on building one of these in that area? we dont have water or septic at the moment.

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  16. No human being is trash........ period. and Pamela was making a joke

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  17. Wow!!! That is beautiful yet practical and so much better(and cheaper)! I love it!!!

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