Yesterday in a conference with the press Japanese Head of Vending Machine Distribution Mitsunobu Hakui stated that a new vending machine that sells vending machines is soon to be released throughout Japan.
"I talked with colleagues about it some months ago and we thought, 'hey, why not?'," said Hakui. "After all, we've already put out panty vending machines and three-course meal vending machines on the streets; there is no harm in giving the public a selection of what they love in a selection of what they love in a selection of what they love in a selection of what they love."
When asked how exactly something as large and complex as a sidewalk-built vending machine could be sold inside itself, Hakui excitedly pulled a miniature model of a typical vending machine about the size of one's palm out of his pocket and showed it off to the crowd.
"And the best part of it," remarked Mr. Hakui with delight, "is that it really works!" With that said, he pulled another object from his pocket, this time a small drawstring bag with the Japanese flag imprinted on it. Showing the contents of it around to our reporters, Hakui took a tiny metal coin from the bag and managed to shove it through a minuscule slot in the small-scale vending machine that had gone unnoticed by us before. With glee in his face, Hakui watched as an even smaller vending machine dropped out of the bottom of the one currently in his hand.
"It was also a vending machine vending machine!" Hakui stated, holding up the two miniatures in his hands. "And of course, all of these little items really do work. The only setback is there comes a point in which one's finger is not slender enough to fit the little tokens inside each machine."
This new vending machine vending machine will be available soon in major Japanese cities, with each vending machine costing 150 yen and then 140 yen and then 130 yen and then 120 yen and then 110 yen and then 100 yen and then 90 yen and then 80 yen and then 70 yen and then 60 yen and then 50 yen and 40 yen and then 30 yen and then 20 yen and then 10 yen and then it's free or something nobody was really specific on that part.