Home Gun Nation Japanese Shrimp Gun. That Is All. Gun Nation Japanese Shrimp Gun. That Is All. By Robert Farago - December 16, 2014 61 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ [h/t Vhyrus] ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Remington and Federal Ammunition Raise $100,000 for Ukraine Relief Efforts Gun Owners Need to Think Like Supply Chain Managers Before the Next Ammo Shortage The CDC Is Politicizing Violent Crime Data Involving Guns…Again…Still… 61 COMMENTS What caliber? Reply .9mm……of course. Reply If it’s a shrimp gun, it’s a tiny caliber. Reply That’s what jwm said. Oh, I went there. Reply The shrimp were screaming but they are sub-sonic. Reply It’s past your bedtime, Bob! . Reply That was friggen cool! Reply Any food that requires arc-welding level eye protection is OK by me… Can anyone provide a Japanese translation? Reply My Japanese is pretty rusty, but the gist of it is: It’s a commercial for Docomo, a Japanese mobile phone company advertising their new faster service, but obviously spoofing Japanese cooking shows The 2 ladies playing off each other is also a nod to a classic 2 host Japanese comedy set-up called manzai. Reply My Japanese is a little rough, and I’m not sure I caught everything correctly, but here’s the best I’ve got for a translation: Narrator: Three second cooking. White shirt: Today we’re making fried shrimp. Brown shirt: We’ll introduce a method to cook them in three seconds. White shirt: For ingredients we’ll need six shrimp… Brown shirt (interrupting): We’re moving over here. Put these (goggles) on. Add fresh eggs here. Be careful not to add too much flour. The shrimp are carefully arranged like so. And now we push the button. Isn’t it delicious? Narrator: wrapping up, please be careful when trying this yourself. Reply Farking silly. Ridiculous. I love it. Reply Dear Santa Reply Me too, Santa!!! Reply Unitasker 😛 Reply Extra credit for the Alton Brown reference. Imagine if you forgot to clean it before putting it away. Reply That’s what *she* said. Reply Here are they now? The two princesses from Mothra island. Reply Slow clap for the “Mothra” reference! Bravo sir. Reply What, no Tentacles? Reply This is a family friendly website, according to Robert. No tentacles. Reply As requested . . . Reply Somebody please make a video of this thing firing synced up to Bubba of Forest Gump reciting all the different shrimp recipes. So I can die happy. Reply ^ Winning Reply I could use this for my HD set up. Those hot shrimp will definitely leave a stingy red mark. And if the perp has a shellfish allergy? Fuggetaboutit. Reply Did Shootingthebull do the ammo review on those yet? Reply Nice Reply Yes but you can’t see the penetration because it is pixelated. Reply I see what you did there. Reply Do these come in pig or cow? Reply Why? Are you afraid of a home invasion from a Hindu and a Muslim? Reply Is there a super soaker with cocktail sauce? Reply I LOL’d. Reply Do want. Reply Looks like benihana’s is amping up their cooking methods again. Reply After their moment of fame in an Austen Powers movie Fook U and Fook Mi had to take what work was available. Reply Oh beeehave! Reply Hey, I can use all the help I can get in the kitchen. Plus, it’s sure to piss off both MDA and PETA. Reply I think I saw that in Despicable Me Reply That cracked me up. Well done. Reply Lol. As close as they’ll ever get to using a real gun. Reply For those times when a mouse gun just isn’t small enough Reply Add a rail to mount a tacticool cocktail sauce applicator then get back to me. Reply Whoa! Japan released a grainy internet video that’s wasn’t pornographic. Proud of ya! Reply PRAWN POWER! Reply They need this in Idaho for the runaway cows. Surf and turf =no more problems. Reply Fucking Japan. Reply Will it work with crawfish? Reply I think so, but I can’t back that up. Reply Now. A small pumpkin cannon, a piglet, a big bonfire and a couple of mattresses. Hmmm Reply Would that be the country version of “Sex In The City”? Reply I LOL’d. Well done commercial! Reply Flied Shrimp Reply Ahh see whatcha did there, bravo. Extra points for the TRIPLE entendre. Reply Funniest thing I’ve seen in weeks. (Yeah, I need to get out more, but whatever.) Still LOLing. I wanna know where they got that music. Reply That is cllllaaazzzzy…. Reply I have no words other than “Those look like gigantic mutant prawn/hulk/shrimp”. I do however appreciate the artistic prowess of the video. Now, I am not fluent in Japanese… But, I assume that this product is multi-faceted in the fact that this could work for chicken tenders, cat meat, and various other “need to be battered” substances… How about twinkies? or glock mags? Reply That made me want some shrimp!!!! And saki. Reply The shrimp should have gone through the egg wash first, then the flour. Just sayin’. Reply Damn. A food critic here? Who’d’athunk? Reply Damn, I’m getting hungry for some Shrimp Tempura. I loves Japanese commercials. They have no point of selling the real product but they have a real big funny bone in them. Reply Looks like hardcore prawn to me. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.