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Japanese Youtubers Lube Up A Floor And Play A Game Of Human Bowling With Mostly Naked Men As Pins (Video)

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Knock over all the almost naked Japanese men and you get a strike!

A team of Japanese Youtubers have used a bunch of almost naked Japanese guys, full body tights, and many bottles of lubricant in order to reinvent the classic game of bowling in a totally ridiculous way.

Released last week (Sept. 15), the video below shows the guys from the Japanese YouTube channel Tokai On Air playing a game of “human bowling.” What is “human bowling?” As the name implies, it’s a version of bowling where the balls and pins are replaced by humans. Oh, and the wood floor is replaced by a home made slip and slide.

Playing the part of the bowling balls are two Youtubers. First up, there’s Toshimitsu (see below).

And then there’s Shibayu.

And playing the part of the pins are three of the channel regulars dressed in nothing but their underwear. Look at those sexy pins.

As you can see from the pictures above the two “balls” are outfitted in full body tights. This puculiar choice in wardrobe seems to have been mad ein order to help the “balls” slide down the very well lubricated “lane.”

By the way, if you’re wondering if there’s any reason why the “pins” are a bunch of guys in just their underwear, stop. There doesn’t seem to be any reason for their lack of clothing other than it’s just funny.

One last note, the video features practically no spoken dialog, so even if you don’t know Japanese you can still fully enjoy this silly video.

Find out who wins by watching this bizarre event below.

Source: Tokai On Air
Image: 「人間ローションボウリング」 (Tokai On Air)

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