Forever alone and otakus, rejoice!
A Japanese inventor named Koichi Uchimura has finally found the answer to your cold summer nights' misery: The Ita-Supo, the world's first-ever talking anime huggy pillow!
Image via makuake.com
The Ita-Supo looks like a normal fluffy pillow but hug it too tight or squeeze its "softer parts" by "accident" and it'll respond to your perverted touch with groans, moans, and sexy admonition. Oh, yeah; fetish fulfilled!
So how did Uchimura-san come up with his talking unan? Aside from his fascination with the Kempee hairstyle, our inventor is also a big fan of anime pillows–or damikura, as they're called in Japan. Though he hugs one every night, he felt that something was still missing. "When we’d sleep in the same bed, I’d start to think, ‘I wish she could talk,’ so I wanted to make that a reality,” Uchimura says in an interview with RocketNews24.com.
Unlike the early–and mostly creepy–talking dolls (Chuckie, anyone?), the Ita-Supo isn't just a pillow with button-activated speakers. You need to touch it with care and caress it with lust love. Simply put, if you want to hear its voice, then you got to rub with love, brother:
But get too excited and it'll scream the Japanese equivalent of: "Hey!" "Not there!" and "Ang manyak mo!" (Okay, we made up that last one.)
Click on the video below for the awesome demonstration:
Video via YouTube's channel
Wanna own a talking damikura? Support the Ita-Supo campaign on the crowd-funding site Makuake.com by donating 20,000 Yen (around P7,400), which is equivalent to one unit. A donation will net you your own Ita-Supo. And don't worry about being duped, the project will likely push through as it has already raised 2,022,000 Yen (P744,800) as of this writing, which is four times the amount it needs to start production!
So Uchimura-san, can you make a version of Lucy from Fairy Tail, too?
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