Conan O’Brien Mentions Tokyo Sandblaster And Confusion Ensues

November 10, 2010 |  by  |  Entertainment, Lifestyle
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If you heard the words Tokyo Sandblaster, what would come to mind? A Japanese profession, a cocktail or maybe a fancy golf club? Recently on The Conan O’Brien Show, he mentioned Tokyo Sandblaster and now has the internet abuzz. Everyone is trying to figure out what the strange term means. And it’s not pretty.

To help you in your sleuthing, here it is in context:

John really got turned off by the taste of the poo that trickled in his mouth from Jane giving him a Tokyo sandblaster.

Eww right? Clearly a Tokyo Sandblaster is some kind of sexual activity, but no one can be sure except Conan O’Brien himself. It’s definitely something scatological and internet users everywhere are speculating as to what Tokyo Sandblaster means exactly. Some think it’s when you let out some gas on your partner’s face and others think it’s something more vulgar that I’ll leave to your imagination. From Conan’s quote, it seems pretty cut and dry and is when someone does their business in your mouth, but maybe there’s more to it. Not sure I want to know, though.

Perhaps Conan O’Brien will give curious minds a rest and explain what a Tokyo Sandblaster is on an upcoming episode.


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  1. I heard “Tokyo Sandblaster” and thought there was some kind of crazy sandstorm natural disaster.

  2. Whatever a Tokyo Sandblaster is, I don’t want to be a part of it. Gross, Conan O’ Brien!

  3. If you watched the episode, you would know.

  4. Tokyo Sandbar = disgusting. Don’t look it up.

  5. hahahaha Josh!

  6. Me and this article, siitntg in a tree, L-E-A-R-N-I-N-G!

  7. Professional Blaster

    Oh that’s easy. It’s when you have diarrhea and you squeeze your butt cheeks together with your hands and then release your bowels upon your lovers face. Them squinting from being blasted is what gives it an Asian reference. Have fun everybody and please sandblast responsibly.

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