Bagel Heads! Can’t Imagine Why This Trend Didn’t Catch On.





Bagel head is a type of temporary body modification pioneered in Canada and practiced in the Japanese underground scene. Lasting anywhere from 6 to 24 hours, it is created by a saline drip and often shaped to resemble a bagel or doughnut. In 2012, after appearing on the National Geographic TV special, Taboo, this practice became the subject of sensationalism as news outlets worldwide misleadingly declared it a “Japan trend”.

I can’t imagine why this never caught on… Who wouldn’t want a forehead grotesquely swollen into the shape of a bagel?

This looks creepy and alien…

 

Wait a second, I know what this reminds me of! SLOTH!!

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