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Location DB > Japan > Nagasaki Prefecture > Hashima > Gunkanjima > Abandoned after 1974 > island19.jpg

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Posted by Chronic 5/29/2004 9:46 AM | remove
  What are these?

Posted by ex-goose-villager 5/29/2004 8:22 PM | remove
  No idea... they look like they're made of feathers, though.

Posted by TurboZutek 5/29/2004 10:02 PM | remove
  Look like preserved fish tails... I've seen something similar in the home of an avid angler... Not sure though ?

Looks way cooler than a 'Billy Big Mouth Bass' anyways.
Posted by ex-goose-villager 5/29/2004 11:22 PM | remove
  Nowthat you mention it... you could be right.

Posted by Guy With Hat 5/31/2004 1:14 AM | remove
  They're fish tails all right.

Fish tails, fish tails, flappy flappy fish tails.
Posted by Mutt 6/6/2004 2:05 AM | remove
  Eat them up Yum....
I took a fish tail out to see a movie....
Didn't have to pay to get it in.
Posted by Plytheman 7/10/2004 3:44 PM | remove
  That brings me back to my childhood... Dr Demento, not hanging fish tails on the wall...
Posted by rim_delopoz 8/8/2004 7:19 PM | remove
  I think it was Barnes and Barnes that did the fish heads song, not dr. demento. Thats just the mis-authored ripped version for some reason...
Posted by The Hitman's Daughter 8/30/2004 8:09 PM | remove
  yep those are fishy tails. I wonder why they are arranged that way?
Posted by rainman8889 9/1/2004 6:14 AM | remove
  To show which way it was to school?
Posted by Klipper 9/11/2004 8:45 AM | remove
  why would youhang fish tails in the first place?
Posted by Guy With Hat 9/20/2004 5:38 PM | remove
  See, these 'ere fish tails were no good bandits out in th'old West...
Posted by Nosferatu Von 9/20/2004 8:54 PM | remove
  They're from Hazzard County.
Posted by Crossfire 11/17/2004 5:12 PM | remove
  The Japanese did some odd things. This might have been done to ward off bad spirits or something
Posted by rainman8889 11/18/2004 1:05 AM | remove
  Maybe to boast of fishing skills or for good luck for a plentiful catch. Interesting custom.
Posted by wolfchild57 11/23/2004 4:08 AM | remove
  They are all from different fish. Wierd wall motif.
Posted by rainman8889 11/24/2004 2:47 AM | remove
  Kinda fishy to me!
Posted by Pgcc 11/24/2004 6:29 PM | remove
  Sushi perhaps?
Posted by Guy With Hat 11/25/2004 2:06 AM | remove
  Well of course they're all from different fish! If they were all from the same fish I would be worried! ha ha ha
Posted by Sixmoons 1/14/2005 2:53 PM | remove
  Some sort of home made fish trophy. It was a popular thing to do. Basically you are showing off your fishing skills - 'look what I've caught'. The British also did it, however they preferred to mount the heads of their quarry from hunting trips.
Posted by Lady Atropos 2/19/2005 12:37 AM | remove
  sweet - just frickin sweet
Posted by TheGoldenRepublic 5/31/2005 1:38 AM | remove
  They are obviously moustaches, people.
Posted by Slickis 10/6/2005 9:21 PM | remove
  Wilford Brimley style staches.
Posted by ex-goose-villager 10/8/2005 3:26 AM | remove
  Eat 'yer Oatmeal now, hear?

Posted by nightwisp 11/9/2006 3:01 PM | remove
  Could it be that these are on a table and not on a wall?
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