What's the one problem with sushi? Needs more kittehz, right? If that sounds like the most obvious thing in the world to you, get psyched, because today is the best day ever. Today is the day you learn about Neko-Sushi, a series of prints made by Japanese company Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts.
Actually, the company's Tumblr is a great way to spend hours being bewildered by things like Sushi Domes, which are clearly beyond most humans' comprehension. And then there's this video. It's around the 0:29 mark that you start to wonder, am I enjoying this? Is this emotion happiness...or terror? Mum, why am I sushi? (Don't ask; just watch it).
But really, Tange & Nakimushi Peants said it best in its own product description:
"We know the rule of Sushi — fish on top of rice.
On the other hand we know the rule cats eat fish.
Cats sit on rice, where fish is supposed to be — why?
Contradiction and mystery in this world is always center of the cryptic questions among Japanese zen monks.
And this is another Zen question — why Cats sit on rice instead of fish, not eating them? — the graet zen question, which proves the magical power of Sushi Cats."
If you had any lingering doubts about the power of Sushi Cats, that should quell them. (Mashable)
Photo/Video: Courtesy of Tange & Nakimushi Peanuts.