Japanese Kids In An Emergency Disaster Drill [Pic]

Submitted by: littlemissqt 4 years ago

What do you think, I-A-B? Possible Awww of the Day? Maybe? That head protection... cute!
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Female 734
I think they should all wear them like the kid in the foreground, then it works like blinders and they won`t see it coming. Its better that way because that oven mitt hat will not save them from anything beyond a chilly breeze in the Fall. The fact that it is flame resistant doesn`t help any when the whole rest of you is still sticking out. It is more like the old tuck and hide under the desk drill-that was just to make it easier to find and identify the bodies if anyone else survived.The name tag spot on the hats could work the same way.
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Male 130
CrakrJak; a soft baglike thing you can easily fold up and keep on you is more use than a bigass hard bike helmet in your locker on the other side of the school...
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Male 14,775
Does that stop the fall-out?
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Male 17,512
[quote]bousaizukin, which my dictionary translates as, "disaster hood; protective hood worn during earthquakes and other disasters[/quote]

That`s not much protection, wouldn`t protect their heads from falling bricks at all. Bicycle helmets would do a better job.
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Female 4,086
"yes, my (ridiculous) magic hat will protect me from fires, earthquakes, tsunami floods and the resulting released radiation. praise almightly god."
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Male 658
The kid in the foreground has it on wrong.
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Male 237
As if an oven glove is going to protect your head. The little girl knows it.
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Male 3,631
The power of the rainbow will protect you my child.
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Male 15,832
I`m not so sure. Wearing a hoodie is likely to get you shot.
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Female 1,313
They look like gnomes.
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Male 6,227
Ish berry cute! (Especially the little ear vents.) =^.^=
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Female 674
Those uniforms are so damn cute. Geeeezzzz.
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Male 554
Mmm, yes, pot holders... tasty little nuggets.. MMmm
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Male 2,711
What a cute little gay pride parade!
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Male 73
Wow, turns out there`s even a for these: bousaizukin, which my dictionary translates as, "disaster hood; protective hood worn during earthquakes and other disasters (e.g. to protect from falling objects)".
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Male 1,008
hey capt. We had them in the seventies too, the last time i remember doing that was 3rd or 4th grade so like 77 or 78 maybe? I think they just wanted us all in the hallway so the bodies would be easier to find, lol.
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Male 2,631

These look about as effective as the old `Duck and Cover` we had drills for back in the 50`s and 60`s.
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Male 7,123
OK, I admire the Japanese for their resilience, and their calm and self-discipline in the face of dreadful disasters. But what the hell are they preparing for here? What does a tea-cosy protect you against?
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Male 5,413
I like to stick oven mitts on my head.
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Male 1,558
what will that stop?
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Male 37,897

Looks like Japan has perfected cloining.
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Male 6,737
Pillow heads!
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Male 687
that`s it a get-out-with-a-free-punch hat...i like it
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Male 17,512
Why are they wearing oven mits on their heads ?
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Male 646
They`re cute when they`re little.
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Male 70
Miss those good old days of "duck and cover".
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Male 674
Front left child has the thing on wrong.
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Female 6,381
"Meteora shower drirr, chirdren!"
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Male 1,311
Kids that come with oven mitts on their head? It does make it easier to put them in and take them out of the oven, I suppose.
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Female 1,330
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