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Champloo Seasars found love. fabric by rodyparker on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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Okinawan seasars (also spelled shiisa) are usually seen in pairs of a female (with a closed mouth) on the left and a male (with an open mouth) on the right. As Okinawan culture is still very traditional, it's a little-known fact that sometimes two closed-mouthed seasars or two open-mouthed seasars like to pair up instead (I've heard this happens about 11% of the time). This pair isn't afraid to show off their true colors! (Also, my wife thinks sculpting female seasars isn't as fun because you don't get to make the teeth.)

Champloo Seasars found love.

By: rodyparker
Okinawan seasars (also spelled shiisa) are usually seen in pairs of a female (with a closed mouth) on the left and a male (with an open mouth) on the
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