Legless in Tokyo – Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge #20

Without a doubt there is an abundance of drinking establishments in Tokyo and on any given night there are countless inebriated individuals and groups making their way home after a big night out. In NZ if someone is rather drunk and a bit wobbly we say “they are legless”

I spotted these legs on the way home form work the other evening and the thought crossed my mind that somewhere in Tokyo there was indeed one truly legless dummy.

in response to Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge #20

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Leanne

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27 responses to “Legless in Tokyo – Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge #20

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    • They were just leaning there and got blown around in the high winds that night. and then they disappeared or wandered off. Maybe? The area is often used for fashion shoots and has many trendy wee boutiques. Who knows I may meet them in a bar one day or their legless other half!

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  9. Leanne, that’s hilarious. It’s as if the dummy got partway along and then the top just took off on it’s own, leaving the bottom there. Or maybe the Headless Horseman came by and is now not headless. 🙂

    janet

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    • Yes, I did a double take when I saw them! Had to take pictures. A couple of my students were passing and I think they thought I was stranger than the legs!

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