Have you been told you're overly sensitive? Does even the smallest thing conjure up some tears? Don't be mad that society continuously fails to understand your feelings. Be mad that you don't live in a country where you can pay dashing young men with trendy haircuts to comfort you when you cry.
Introducing Ikemeso Danshi, a Japanese company that provides women with anyone from a 'little brother'-type to a hunky 'bad boy' to come wipe their tears as they proceed to let it all out. The name 'Ikemeso' combines the Japanese word for 'hot guy' (ikemen) with the one for 'crying' (mesomeso).
For around $65 (¥7900), damsels in distress can order the man of their choice (certified in 'therapeutic crying') to be delivered to their home, office, or anywhere else where they need a helping hankie by filling out a request form on their official website.
So now I want to know:
Would you pay someone to wipe away your tears? How about if they were really, really, ridiculously good-looking?
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