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Miyu Uehara lusting for ice cream

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Has "talento" Miyu Uehara, 22, given up her poor-man's act? This week, she played the role of "manager for a day" at luxury ice cream brand Patiscream's Printemps Ginza store. She rode on a wave of notoriety for her 10 siblings and impoverished upbringing, but on this day she pushed cups of ice cream that cost 350 yen each.

Even so, Uehara said she had never been to Ginza for anything but work, explaining "I don't really fit here in Ginza. It smells too much like rich people. Mmm, I wonder what I should do.. this ice cream is the best!"

Sources say this was Uehara's first time working at a PR event for a luxury brand product. Uehara went on talking about her private life as normal. "Yesterday I bought two watermelon popsicles for 100 yen each. At home, my mother watered down the Calpis and froze it into dessert for us, but it was mostly water."

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Oh my, she is cute : ) And there's noting wrong with being "impoverished"

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Goes to show cuteness can be anywhere.

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good to see JT has abandoned the journalistic approach and is also taking the piss out of these people now.

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hilarious how she promotes cheap combini icecream along with the printemps stuff haha

I also have little use for ginza, hey Uehara-san why dont you head towards Hibiya & meet me under the tracks for some yakitori & a few cold ones its much better than ginza!

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Miyu Uehara lusting for ice cream

lust and cream in the same sentence.

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I don’t really fit here in Ginza. It smells too much like rich people. Mmm, I wonder what I should do.. this ice cream is the best!”

is it just me or do none of these sentences mean anything taken together...i doubt she said this, as most 'talento's' have their every word scripted, so that must mean her agency is as stupid as she is

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best ice-ist?

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RIP

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