STORY Feb 24, 2017
So you can convey more accurate information with one neck tie.
The other day, I noticed a few of my friends in their 30's talking about how they "felt bad physically".
They still don't feel like their physical health is in decline.
For example, they can't really put into words, where inside them isn't well. They can only say vague things like, "I just feel heavy in my stomach region".
This won't do. As their "feel-bad" senior, I want to think of a method for clearly saying where they feel bad. For them.
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Testing the transmission of information by neck tie
When we enter our 40's, we get used to feeling bad physically.
We can at least clearly grab our stomach and say something like "nah, recently I've been feeling a little off around my liver", or, "my stomach cardia (opening) just hurts".
Anyway, it's because we're used to it. Because for about the last 10 years, this is the only thing we talk about.
Since starting my life I've had experience buying up white tie's for formal occassions from 100yen shops.
So, what should people who aren't accustomed to feeling bad do?
I think the problem is that we can't see our intestines on th outside.
Where is the liver? Where is the pancreas? What area of the stomach hurts? Where exactly is the heart? If we only knew this much, I expect we would be able to work out our own poor physical health.
I bought an intestine image from an online image site. Intestines were 1200 yen. Cheaper than I thought.
With this, I expect a solution to the visualisation of the organs.
If we could only see inside ourselves, we should be able to talk about, and point out where it hurts accurately.
At any rate, you can see, so it gives you a sense of security.
Although It is possible to want to point to your stomach, but inadvertently point to the liver region instead.
All you young people should remember that. We older people will secretly be thinking, "No, thats not where the stomach is".
Afterwards use an iron print to print it on.
Now, sorry the lead in was so long.
All that's needed this time is to experiment to see, if you print the picture of the organs on the tie, it will be like you can see inside your belly.
A transparent view of a human being. From here on I want to put in monster-like organ like a "Kidate organ" too.
How's that? With this, it'll surely be easy to see perfectly anywhere that hurts or is in a bad condition.
It's just a neck tie, so one weakness is that it has a narrow field of view, but if you know where the main ones are, it'll be fine
Me complaining in a cafe about feeling bad. My liver's been out of sorts recently.
As just a thought I tried using, it's convenient, and I can point out bad areas with surprising reliability.
Anyway, all the organs are between the chest and the belly.
People that realise, "Hey! my hearts got an irregular pulse!" instead of just having a vague idea of, "I don't know, but this area feels strange", will be able to mentally prepare when they go to the hospital. It's a first opinion from a neck tie.
Also, I took a 5 minute walk from my house to a cafe dressed like this to take a picture, and unexpectedly, people don't notice that it's an intestine tie. It looks like I could wear it to work too.
poor physical health and people in their 30's who aren't used to neck ties in the first place.
Incidentally, as a representative of those in their 30's who aren't used to feeling bad, I got someone from t he editorial department to put it on.
He might look young, but he too, is already in his 30's. Is there anywhere you can say hurts, or isn't at it's best?
That's the kind of time when this tie is useful.
He pointed at his stomach, but grabbed his large intestine. It looks like this hurts here.
"Recently, it feels like below my stomach is heavy after eating."
Ahh, that the pyloric part of the stomach. It connects to the duodenum, and it seems like it's quite easy for it to incure all kinds of damage. You're young, but I still want you to be careful.
A neck tie for when, no matter what you do, the pain is a mystery.
On the other hand, There are those times when you just feel like, "for some reason my entire stomach regioon hurts".
At times like this, it's hard to use the intestine tie.
Take a picture of simili paper stuck to a door at your house. This is what we will print on our neck tie.
There's a lot of uneasiness when it comes to unknow or unclear pain. If you don't properly know the reason for the pain, your 40's are going to be pretty scary.
And with that, what you really need, is a neck tie that can tell you exactly why you are hurting.
This is one that say's, "oh well, with this, stomah pain can't be helped".
"For some reason, this area is constantly in pain"
Do you get it?
For the meantime, pain can't be helped with this.
Or, it also has the appeal of being able to be used to fake a stomach ache.
Unfortunately, my occupation isn't one that requires the use of a tie, but with this kind of usefulness, it might just be a good idea to use proactively.
And if you look at it in a bright place, it's scary enough to get a cry or two.
A trouser zipper is called the "window into society", but a neck tie could become the "window into the body".
A neck tie kind of like a transparent cyborg, could also be pretty cool.
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