Why do people get Bowel Movements in Japanese Bookstores? | The Mariko Aoki Phenomenon

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  • Published on:  Friday, April 27, 2018
  • 88 is double happiness

    Created by: daniel salgado


  • Agnes Tjiong
    Agnes Tjiong  3 months ago

    Yessss so happened to me hahahahahahahahha

  • Clint Cavallo
    Clint Cavallo  3 months ago

    used to happen to me at blockbuster too

  • Gaming G
    Gaming G  4 months ago

    We just looked into a turd's eye for 3 minutes

  • Gerard Vincent Erad
    Gerard Vincent Erad  4 months ago

    i get bowel movements whenever i go out to go to school

  • Marady Mon
    Marady Mon  5 months ago

    For me, bookstores are calming but I do get a little anxiety just from someone asking me what I'm looking for. I love the smell of bookstores. Smells like a mixture of paper & wood.

  • hwoarangs
    hwoarangs  5 months ago

    This happened to me
    Too many books

  • Kuunib
    Kuunib  6 months ago

    WTF is this??

  • Tip Tike
    Tip Tike  6 months ago

    What's the song???

  • Angela Smf
    Angela Smf  6 months ago

    I experience this alot,like everytime in a bookstore

  • iPlex
    iPlex  7 months ago

    I live in Japan, better test this shit

  • Martin Ramos
    Martin Ramos  7 months ago

    No hate or disrespect but this is like the videos I see in dem ads.

  • EmEnEm 13
    EmEnEm 13  7 months ago

    The fucc.

  • h !!!!!
    h !!!!!  7 months ago

    this is textbook confirmation bias

  • Unaided EYES
    Unaided EYES  7 months ago

    What's the title of the background song tho

  • - dripfeed
    - dripfeed  7 months ago

    Who the fuck gets anxiety because they’re in a bookshop? Completely ridiculous.

  • Arsyan Thirafi
    Arsyan Thirafi  7 months ago

    hmmm song?

  • Trevor Philips
    Trevor Philips  7 months ago +1


  • Matt Modzelewski
    Matt Modzelewski  7 months ago

    Gotta poop

  • Miyatoro
    Miyatoro  7 months ago

    It is just because books are shit

  • Merrill Rex
    Merrill Rex  7 months ago

    "steaming mounds of attention"