RRcherrypie (a connoisseur of weird Japanese candy) opens a box of Moko Moko Mokoletto, a candy that is mixed in a tiny plastic toilet. The little toilet is first assembled and then flavored powder is added to the back of the toilet with water which activates it. Of course then you drink the bubbly “toilet water” with a small straw because that’s not weird at all. Oh and you can add little stickers to your toilet to give it a face. CLick thru for video.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is "America's Caribbean Paradise" -- the place to see moko jumbies dance at a Carnival parade, hear the lilting patois of a Creole dialect, or smell the spices in a saltfish pate; interrupted by the non-roaming thrum of your cell phone.
'Ten Longevity Symbols', a nineteenth-century Korean painting; the ten (although eleven are listed in the description) are 'the sun, clouds, water, rocks, mountains, pine trees, bamboo, fungus, turtles, cranes, and deer'; the number ten means 'perfect and full in Asian culture'. (Philadelphia Museum of Art)