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Japanese Ice Cream Commercial will haunt your dreams

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For anyone who's visited Japan, you'll know there's something unexpected and, usually, rather odd around every corner. People literally come out of the walls to help you when you get confused buying tickets on the Tokyo underground.

But here they've taken peculiarity to the next level. An advert for Little Baby's Ice Cream portrays a gentleman covered in vanilla, spooning the ice cool goop into his mouth while giving you a death stare as cold as the product that's paying him.

Goodbye sleep. It was nice.

Image: Youtube

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