- Apr 26, 2021
Wiki editor is at pain to let us know that his "libidinous desire" is problematic:
In some cases, Kurupi is blamed with the disappearance of young women, supposedly stealing them away to his home in the forest for use in satiating his libidinous desires (rape).
I like Ethiopia's various weird Abrahamic Traditions.You know how the Black Hebrew Israelites claim that they're the real Jews and used to be kangz and all that? What if I went waaaaaay down the rabbit hole and told you that actually, the real black kangz were the Jews all along?
The background to this is that the book of Exodus has Moses fleeing from Egypt when he is (presumably) a young man, but later states that he was eighty years old when he approached Pharoah. So what what was he doing all that time? Why, ruling Ethiopia, of course.
TL;DR - Moses ends up in Ethiopia in the middle of a war. The Ethiopians immediately appoint him commander-in-chief, because he had a "noble countenance", and he later becomes king. This worked out for a while, but the Ethiopians got rid of him once they wised up to the fact that he was too racist to marry an Ethiopian woman. Moses moved on to Midian, and the biblical story picks up again.
Isn’t the trick to say something like “you’re very average”, confusing her just long enough so you can run away.Two from the land of fuck-pillows and weeb dreams, relevant to Current Year.
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The monster is called an amabie. It’s a bird-mermaid thing related to illness and epidemics. Of course, it’s everywhere right now. I’ve even seen an amabie mascot costume, so you can look forward to that being the next big fursona fuck-suit thing.
The second is a kuchisake-onna, “slit-mouthed woman.” This is an urban legend. In the story, a woman in a mask approaches a lone school-aged kid on the street. “Do you think I’m pretty?” she asks. Regardless of the kid’s answer, she takes off her mask to reveal the Japanese equivalent of the Glasgow Smile and says, ‘how about now?’ Then she either eats the kid or bites his ears/face/whatever off. Obviously a “don’t talk to strangers” allegory.
Could be. I’m pretty sure it’s one of those things that varies by the telling.Isn’t the trick to say something like “you’re very average”, confusing her just long enough so you can run away.
Don't forget Aka Manto - a guy in a cape and a mask who appears when you run out of toilet paper. He asks if you want red or blue paper - if you pick red he tears the skin from your back. If you pick blue, he strangles you.Could be. I’m pretty sure it’s one of those things that varies by the telling.
The akaname, or “filth-licker.” It goes into dirty bathhouses and bathrooms and does as the name suggests.
I’m going to guess without looking that there is a troon with this fetish, and that it has a Twitter account under that name.