Videos Japanese soccer team plays against 100 CHILDREN (cue Hitchcock music) Sade

Look, I’m going to start this off with full-disclosure: I’m not a huge fan of kids. That is to say, when babies stare at me in the supermarket, I get insulted. Because how dare they judge my Costco brand sweatpants. As if they’ve never worn them out in public. At least I only drool on myself once a week AT THE MOST. Can’t say the same about you, baby. As a member of the Barren By Choice Women’s Club (club world-renowned in my head that I just made up right now for the sake of this post), this is the stuff nightmares are made of. I had no trouble watching 2 Girls 1 Cup when my former roommate showed it to me, and I’m pretty sure the only thing I said was “Oh wow, this is sad, like… they used to be people who would be mad if someone did that to them and now they don’t care!” But when I watched this I got panicky and yelled “AH TURN IT OFF TURN IT OFF THEY LOOK LIKE ANGRY RED ANTS!!!”

Anyway, sorry, spawn issues aside, I think redditor dr_mike_rithjin put it best: “Japan actually does the s#*t you daydream about.”

video via Reddit

Sade is a writer/blogger/pizza enthusiast living in Toronto. She can be found deep in a sugar-induced coma in front of her television most Saturday nights, spooning her laptop while SVU is on in the background. She also enjoys being nice to homeless people and playing with puppies. Her other home on the internet is thewhitesade.com and she tweets at twitter.com/thewhitesade. Send viral video tips to thewhitesade@gmail.com

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  1. Haha.. :)

  2. hating kids is lame. i used to be one of those kid haters too but then i realized we all have to be them at some point, so really, why bother hating on them? what i do hate is piss-poor parents who do not teach and discipline their children to not act like spoiled brats.