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This Tokyo Statue Of A Peeing Boy Has A Better Wardrobe Than You Do

In Brussels, there's a small bronze statue called Manneken Pee, which translates to "Little Man Pee." Aw. If you haven't guessed, it's of a tiny peeing boy, and yes it's also a fountain. The statue was originally designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder, and put in place in the early 1600s. Though that was a long time ago, I bet it was funny for the same reasons then as it is now. 

There is also a version of Manneken Pis in Tokyo as well, in the Hamamatsuchō Station. That Manneken Pis has its own local flavor; specifically, the locals like to dress sit up in little costumes for it to Pis out of.

There are all sorts of hot looks featured, generally seasonal and occasionally celebrating a holiday.

I'm guessing this is summer?

Definitely Christmas:

But he also has a general winter ensemble—and is not above a little advertising:

This is extremely stylish and involves props:

An authoritative hat:

A viking moon man:

This is very "The Little Prince."

This is more of a Relaxed and At Home feel:

Here we see Manneken Pis as a regular Tokyo station worker and also as someone who has over prepared for rain, though they're the only one making water:

But he really does have clothes for everything!

EVERYTHING.

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But this is still more inspirational than the runway. Which Little Man Pee will you be wearing this weekend?

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