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A woman walks in front of an advertisement for a clothing store in Tokyo.

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if she was a little taller she would look as if she was peeing on the dog.

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A sad truth that the only people with happy faces in this picture, as in town, seem to be the drawings. Everyone in 3-D looks thoroughly miserable all the time, no matter how many infantile "characters" they surround themselves with.

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Nice Pic. Humorous.

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Whoa, that's really nice pic. Well done!

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Boards in front of Paul Smith store soon to open in Shin-Tokyo Building on Naka Dori in Marunouchi. What do I win?

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Only real people are addicted to keitai.

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Yes Yes Yes Yes- Japan Creed Of The Keitai

" This is my keitai, there are many like it, but this one is mine. Without me, my keitai useless, without my keitai I am useless. "

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She is checking her Twitter.

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lovely photo and lovely comments. Start looking at the nice things and you won't be bitter!

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Nice pic, agreed, I was thinking, "Thats an odd looking mannequin!"

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Japanese woman + looking at + mobile + & texting = Bumping in to me at Tokyo Sation

If I gained a 100 yen for everytime someone bumps into me at Tokyo Station while using their keitai I would be a rich man.

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ivan, do you always walk around town with a big smile on your face? Not unless you want to be thought of as "hen" eh?

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@ ivan, I find your comment sad, not the picture

As for me, the woman is within my age group, that makes me smile :-)

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marsnairb is correct, just a little bit higher. As it is she has very erotic ankles...

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looks like a funny augmented reality image, let's all follow the woman in red

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What a waste of advertising.

People walking around with their eyes and ears glued to their mobile phone aren't going to see any of these creations, unless they bump into it...

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really sugoi)) this picture and an advertisement

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An amateurish, boring photo of absolutely no social relevance or visual interest.

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watch out for that bus!!

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Her hobbies include, texting while walking, texting while eating, texting while sleeping on the train, texting while texting...

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Is she wearing a wig or new type of hair style?!

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bicultural - there has to be a middle ground between grinning like an idiot and looking like a bagful of smashed arseholes like the denizens of this burg do.

Look at the drawing - everyone's mouth goes up at the corners. This vinegar-titted old trout has the corners of her mouth pointing at her shoulders. Par for the course in this neck of the woods.

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ben says:

<i>An amateurish, boring photo of absolutely no social relevance or visual interest.</i>

It's not so much that, as . . . it's been done already.

Some urban background of a Tokyo building or scene scape, and a business or casually dressed Tokyoite with a keitai. Oooh! How exotic! How electronic!

I think when I was snapping the Yaesu Mizuho Shoken board on Sotodori the other day, (after Kan won), I caught a passer-by in the flick. I have to go back and check, but it's going to look a lot like this photo. Except a guy and the electronic shoken board.

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An amateurish, boring photo of absolutely no social relevance or visual interest.

Really? Reuters, a very professional organization, thought enough of it to publish it. It gains visual interest from the fact that a real person is walking the same way the people in the ad are walking. Would have been a little bit nicer if the photog had dragged the shutter to blur her motion.

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Great shot. Moral of the pic: Get off the phone and you can smile like the rest of us.

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her shoes do nothing for the rest of her outfit

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"Great shot. Moral of the pic: Get off the phone and you can smile like the rest of us." Derelict, smart comments. I can tell, you're able to read btwn those lines and curves.

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" This is my keitai, there are many like it, but this one is mine. Without me, my keitai useless, without my keitai I am useless. "

LOL +1 internet point for you, sir.

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