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Okay, well it's probably not scary enough to really make you poop your pants... unless you've you ate Taco Bell last night and had a few cups of coffee this morning, but it will sure as shit make you question what the hell Sony Japan was thinking when making this commercial. I don't want to spoil the suprise, but I doubt you haven't seen some form of this before... online... sent by a friend... while you're alone... at night... and you punched your comupter monitor


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