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20 Most Hilarious Taglines from Japanese Outlaw Fashion Magazine

Men’s Knuckle is a Japanese outlaw/delinquent fashion and lifestyle magazine for men. The magazine's got a sort of cult following on iternet because some of the most ridiculous and embarrassing taglines editors often inclined to use. Here are 20 examples selected from those sophisticated lines.

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1. “Did you know? Peacock is a symbol of fallen angel.”

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「知ってたか?孔雀は堕天使の象徴なんだぜ」

Evidently, an angel gets green and blue wings when exiled from heaven.

9. “Home security guard – the embodiment of proper upbringing and passion.”

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「育ちの良さと激しさを同居させた自宅警備員」

Home security guard is another word for NEET or hikikomori, in case you are wondering.

14. “I maintain my graceful fashion even when my house has burnt down (true story).”

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「家が全焼しても(実話)、上品コーデ命」

The word “Bum” written in the occupation section of his profile brings tears to readers’ eyes.

16. “In my dictionary, the word ‘boldness’ is pronounced as ‘European.’”

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「大胆と書いてヨーロピアンと読むのがスタンダード」

Your dictionary must be different from mine.

20. “I don’t know who's in AKB48, but I probably slept with all of them.”

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「AKBとか知らないけど、たぶん全員抱いたぜ」

(*For someone who doesn't know, AKB48 is a Japanese girl idol group.)

What's your favorite tagline?

This magazine single-handedly created an internet slang "Mennaku-kei," short for "Men's Knuckle kei (style)," which indicates the kind of attitude, fashion, and embarrassing taglines like these.

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