It’s new-fungled.

posted on 2 Aug 2016 in Bags/Packaging, Household Items

pole-hunger-for-indoor

Absolutely no dunger to little kids.

Photo courtesy of Thomas Southerton.
Hanger from Japan. 

45 captions

  1. Marum | 4:07 am |

    How do you want it ? Mounted?

  2. Big Fat Cat | 4:08 am |

    No surprise that the pope is only 2-4 inch.

  3. DrLex | 4:09 am |

    Thickness of your esophagus 2-4 inch to allow food to pass through

  4. Marum | 4:09 am |

    To get rid of it, you use Polish Remover.

  5. DrLex | 4:11 am |

    Indoor pole hunger only. Do not try to eat street lantern poles.

  6. Droll not Troll | 4:19 am |

    This is the white model. The black model may have a much thicker pole.

  7. Long Tom | 4:21 am |

    Hungry to enter you.

  8. Droll not Troll | 4:22 am |

    I’m so sorry! All this time I was leaving my poles outdoors.

  9. Droll not Troll | 4:27 am |

    The arrows seem to be pointing at the pole and the knob. It’s like something from a Monty Python book!

  10. Droll not Troll | 4:28 am |

    Screw the flunge to the wall.

  11. Droll not Troll | 4:46 am |

    @Marum | 4:09 am: A Hitler product?

  12. Marum | 4:49 am |

    I thought you might like to know.

    Vlad the Impaler, used a six inch pole. It tapered quickly to a sharp point, and was driven in just to the right of centre, thereby missing the heart, and going through one lobe of the right lung, to exit on the right side between the neck and the collar-bone. Thus ensuring that his victims could live for 2 to 3 days, and stay up on the pole, without slipping down.

    A truly amazing example of applied anatomy.

  13. Yu No Hoo | 4:52 am |

    Use it in the famine room.

  14. Pete | 4:52 am |

    @Marum 449:

    Old Russia: Vlad the Impaler.
    New Russia: Vlad the E-mailer.

  15. Pete | 4:53 am |

    “For the hungry termite in us all.”

    (Since this thing appears from the pic to be made of wood…)

  16. Pete | 4:55 am |

    “Pole Hunger for Indoor”.

    This must be Engrish trans-ration for:

    “Winters in Poland are WICKED COLD.”

  17. Marum | 4:57 am |

    He also had a fine sense of the proprieties. If he impaled a noble and all his servants, h would impale the nobility on a longer pole than his servants. Thereby ensuing, that even in death, he was above them.

  18. algernon | 4:57 am |

    Devours curtains too.

  19. algernon | 4:57 am |

    The outdoor use is waterproof

  20. Marum | 5:02 am |

    I think it means = Pole hanger for indoor. I looks like one of those round wooden curtain rods, which mount on brackets at each side of the window. window.

    Thus: pole/rod type hanger for indoor use.

  21. Pete | 5:13 am |

    Marum, you’re on the mark…but I’ll save my translation of the actual Japanese until much later in the US East Coast day. Want to give everyone ample opp to post their humor before I go ahead and ruin the fun.

    Unfortunately, that’s likely to be in the wee hours of the morning for ya.
    Sorry, mate.

  22. Yu No Hoo | 5:16 am |

    Looks cheap. It’ll probably break fast.

  23. Marum | 5:19 am |

    @Pete 0455. FYI. I am having that beer, and a Pizza, right now.

    Growing up in a tropical/subtropical climate, I never thought of that. I would imagine, that making love to your lady on the beach in that climate, on a couple of large beach towels, and a blanket, would be – GANZ AUSSERFRAGGE! No matter what size rod you had.
    Prost!

  24. Pete | 5:26 am |

    @Marum 0519:

    Yeah, shout me an oil can of yer fave ale, mate!
    As for the pizza…imagine Pete as Homer Simpson:
    MMMmmmmm……Pizzzzzaaaaa!

    Tropical? You grew up somewhere in North Oz, buddy-row?

    Never (YET!) had the opp to make it w/my gal on the beach.
    But my first time was at night in a public park!
    Pete stops here before he ventures TOO far into that TMI zone…

  25. Marum | 6:02 am |

    @Pete. Grew up on the Gold Coast Burleigh Heads and Coolangatta. Spent a lot of time in FFNQ and PNG. Cairns is my fav. in FNQ, and Rabaul (Cap. New Britain) in PNG.

    Cold is as cold is perceived. Round this time of the year, when the cold southerlies blow. In Rabaul, there would be a cool breeze blowing across Simpsons Harbour. All us expats would sit on the harbour wall, between The Travelodge and the Yacht Club with cartons of beer, enjoying the cool. Meanwhile, the local Talai people would be walking around shivering.

    Well mi hora de acostarse. Hasta luego caballero. Vaya con Dios.

  26. Geo | 6:10 am |

    To everyone making Polish/hanging jokes:
    Of course, if they did manage to spell “hanger” correctly, it’s possible that the situation might be far more sinister than previously expected…

  27. Geo | 6:12 am |

    I think I spotted a tautology here. This is an indoor product for room use. What, there are OUTDOOR rooms too? (Don’t reply by telling me that sheds, etc. are outdoor rooms; they’re structures, so they count.)

  28. Pete | 6:40 am |

    @Marum 602

    Igualmente, hermano.

    “Cold is as cold perceived”.
    S’truth, mate.

    Mah sis, bro-in-law, & nephews moved to central Florida abt 6 years ago.
    They are now incapable of handling US Middle-Atlantic winters.
    I visit them and I’m like “Man, I’m freakin’ DYIN’ it’s so hot & humid here!”

    Was out in NW US in Washington State, Idaho & Montana abt 2 months ago on holiday. Low humidity, cool breezes, moderate temps, not too many people and lots of open space, very little traffic. I did NOT want to return home. I was practically ready to buy meself a place to retire out there. Perhaps someday in the next few years, I will.

    Peace, out.

  29. Pete | 6:44 am |

    @Geo 612:

    Well, that would depend on your definition of “Room”, yeah?
    The product is from Japan, after all.
    I suppose a Japanese style Roten-buro (outdoor hot spring pool enclosure) could be considered a “room” of sorts.

    And if you’ve never been to Japan and experienced a Roten-buro, I can’t recommend the experience enuf.

  30. Classic Steve | 8:31 am |

    Think I’ll go watch “The Hanger Games.”

  31. The Dude | 11:24 am |

    Thickness of white one is 2-4 inch, asian one 1-2 inch.

  32. Long Tom | 1:21 pm |

    @Pete-Vlad the Impaler ruled Wallachia, not Russia.

  33. Marum | 2:46 pm |

    @LT 1321. When they were hammering a sharpened 6′ stake up your date, I can’t imagine any geography but your own personal mapping, would be of any concern at all.

    “By God old chasps you are impaling me in Wallachia, I’ve always wanted to be impaled in Russia as I’ve never been there.”

  34. Marum | 2:55 pm |

    Although – phonetically – Wallachia should be easier to scream than Russia.

  35. Droll not Troll | 3:46 pm |

    @Yu No Hoo | 5:16 am: We’ll have to wait until they lunch a new line of products, then. 😉

  36. Rt | 3:50 pm |

    Pole dancing just isn’t the same as it used to be, no sir.

  37. Yu No Hoo | 4:43 pm |

    @Droll 3:46 pm

    Preferably with a lifetime guarantea.

  38. A Non-Y Mouse | 5:33 pm |

    POLE WANT INDOOR NOW!!!

  39. olog-hai | 6:42 pm |

    Hmm, Pole hunger . . . calling for kiszka? kielbasa? flaki? bigos? pierogies?

    (Sorry for serious pontification) Why does it say ホワイト (transliteration of English “white” as “howaito”) instead of 白 (shiro)?

  40. jjhitt | 8:03 pm |

    Pole Hunger: it’s how I met your mother.

  41. Droll not Troll | 11:02 pm |

    @Yu No Hoo | 4:43 pm: At that stage, we could probably say…

    It’s supper effective! 😎

  42. sirpaulfan | 11:59 pm |

    Is that a hanger on your shelf or are you just glad to see me?

  43. pasdrole | 1:12 am |

    The consequences of Brexit.

  44. Peter | 4:31 pm |

    Just tell the Pole to go outdoors and that will quench his/her hunger.

  45. Salome | 3:12 pm |

    There’s an arrow pointing to its knob.

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