Dakimakura my kind of teddy bear


What a is dakimakura?( 抱き枕,dah-kee MAH-koo-rah), basically its means  hugging pillow or  body pillow, and is a 150 x 50 cm pillow cover around with a anime character printed on it.

Usually the character comes form a bishojo game (also know as galge or hentai games) like To Heart, Clannad or Shuffle! also anime such as Mahou Shojou Lyrical Nanoha, Tora Dora or Ikki Tousen and of course there are ones for the ladies with male characters such as Kamina from Gurren Laggan or Gintoki Sakata from Gintama.


Of course there another  uses other than sleeping with it such as:

1. A friend, a very damn fine friend that always hear you out and never punch you or scream at you for touching her in inappropriate places.


See she doesn't mind

2. Partner in many endeavors , i say before with your dakimakura you not only can have conversation with it it also you can take it with you on a car ride, to grab a bite , to the office, the train and myriad of other places.




3. The stress reliever A.K.A the punching bag, have you ever hate a character with all your being but can punch it in the face because of dimensional difference for whatever reason, like Mariya for being a trap and play with the pure hearts of men , guess what now you can and the better part you don{t have to break your wrist punching a sandbag.

Ahhhh my eyes, go why you forsaken me

Ahhhh my eyes, god why you forsaken me?

A blessing, a curse, dakimakura can be anything you wish for and the beauty of it is that you can wash it after each use.


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