For the same baffling reasons they do many other things, the Japanese have been competing in synchronised team precision walking since 1966. They call it Shuudan Koudou and, as you can imagine, they do it perfectly well and it looks perfectly crazy.
No, it won’t make time go faster, but telling time with a series of connected LED-illuminated blocks does make counting the minutes a bit more enjoyable.
Sega has installed toilet games in bars and arcades across Tokyo. It’s called Toylet and games include measuring volume of urine, measuring power of stream, wiping a wall clean of graffiti and even controlling wind to lift a girl’s skirt up.