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‘Epic Meal Time’ Picked up by Japan

3 years agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

You would think a country that maintained a foreign policy of isolationalism until the 1850s, which most likely played no small part in that country’s seemingly less-than-conventional (at least by Western standards) dietary habits and entertainment programming would be the birth place of an entertainment series about gonzo food pornographers who create meat-based gastronomic abominations and then devour them on camera.
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