Source Pravda.Ru

Golden Faeces To Bring Luck to Japanese

A Japanese businessman starts the production of gold-enameled faeces. This souvenir is promised to become the national symbol of well-being.

This extraordinary idea sprang from Koji Fujii, a 52-year-old businessman. He said that he wanted to bring good luck to his fatherland, for it experienced hard times at the moment. The businessman said that everyone wanted to find its happiness and luck at the time, when television and newspapers report negative news only - war, economic instability and political scandals. The Japanese businessman believes that the new talisman would be a great thing to support people. Fujii believes that people like humorous things, which are capable of raising their spirit.

As it is supposed, little piles of human faeces (seven centimeters high) will be available in Japanese gift stores in the nearest future. One thing like that will cost ten dollars.

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