In order to work (and presumably party) harder, Japanese women are turning to Pampers. On one hand, the Japanese are fiercely proud of centuries of culture and on the other, they love baseball, giant robots and cartoon women having sex with tentacled critters.
One label you'd never apply to them, as a broad-brush cultural sobriquet, is lazy. However, a recent trend makes me rethink that position. The Frisky, continent Japanese women have begun wearing diapers as a way to level the playing field with menfolk. The logic goes that men are dirty, awful slobs and have much lower standards when it comes to domestic cleanliness and personal grooming.
Therefor women have decided to become gross via leaving dishes in the sink, not removing body hair and finally, wering their diapers. Rather than getting up to squat over the weird hole in the floor of a bathroom that passes as a commode in the Far East, (some) women in Japan have decided that they'd rather wear a diaper and let nature take its course.
And, as a general rule, women should be, for the most part, less gross than me. However, there's a certain Japanese industriousness that sort of makes me proud of these women. They are too into whatever they're doing to stop and go to the toilet-esque, strange hole in the lavatory. But is this diaper action just another way of emulating America? Remember when that astro-nut loaded up on duct tape, Mountain Dew and adult diapers to drive from Texas to Florida to abduct her rival in a space-age love triangle?