Introducing Toco, a Japanese guy who attempted to transform into a huge dog.
The story of the Twitter user who liked dogs so much that he spent over $15,000 on a gigantic collie costume was first told to us by the Deccan Herald in May.
He told the Mirror that the collie is his favorite dog breed and that the Japanese business Zeppet needed 40 days to make the incredibly lifelike costume for him.
On Twitter, Toco posted images of the costume.
— 特殊造型ゼペット (@zeppetJP) April 11, 2022
But that is not all. There are also several videos of him in the suit behaving like a dog.
Although Toco loves dogs and spent hundreds of dollars on the costume, the Mirror claimed on Wednesday that Toco has had a major discovery about his way of life.
I seldom ever tell my pals because I’m worried they’ll think I’m weird, he admitted to the Mirror. The news that I turned into an animal seemed to surprise my friends and family a lot.
Absolutely, it is quite strange. Videos showing an adult man acting like a dog while wearing a remarkably lifelike dog costume are pretty unnerving to see.
Fortunately for Toco, this is a temporary situation. If he made the decision to stop wanting to be a dog tomorrow.
Others have chosen even more unusual lifestyles, altering their bodies permanently to leave scars and taint people’s perceptions of them for all time.
Anthony Loffredo, a Frenchman who underwent amputations, implants, and tattoos to change himself into a “alien,” is one of the most extreme examples. Loffredo has talked about his inability to get employment and how he feels like people are looking down on him because of his lifestyle choice.
Unfortunately for Loffredo, he has permanently changed his physique; this is not merely a costume like Toco’s dog was. There is no quick solution to this.
The same holds true for transgender medical procedures and “gender transitioning.” Many people who have adopted the transgender lifestyle subsequently regret it and seek to de-transition, but they discover that they have harmed their bodies in the process.
How tragic that so many of our cultural elites incite confused people to commit such irreversible harm.