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Imagine that a typhoon is raging outside and you’ve just settled in for a nice cup of hot tea, when all of a sudden you hear a smack! on your veranda door. Taking a cautious peek outside, you discover that a plastic chicken has come to visit!

This is just one example of a strange object blown around by the current Typhoon 11 in Japan. Check out some of the other bizarre things that Japanese Twitter users have found outside their homes in this real-life case of cloudy with a chance of meatballs!

Here are some Japanese netizens’ extremely random discoveries:

▼ We already covered the fact that someone has really bad taste in underwear (it reads “The fun stops here”).

▼ Prince Hans from Disney’s Frozen decided to stop by for a visit…

▼ …as did Kannon, the Bodhisattva of Mercy.

▼ Some magician is going to be very sad he’s missing his rubber chicken.

▼ Has anyone spotted any local shops missing the Japanese grapheme “su”?

▼ Whoever found this 10,000 yen- (about US$80) note must be having a very lucky day!

▼ Looks like the winds were strong enough to carry this tank.

In a bizarre twist, more than one Twitter user reported finding merchandise depicting Japanese idols from J-Pop group Kanjani∞:

▼ A pillow of member Ryuhei Maruyama

▼ This time, it’s member Tadayoshi Okura

Finally, here are some scenes straight out of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs:

▼ A Japanese pumpkin on the roof

▼ Aww, this melonpan is probably too soggy to eat.

▼ Wow, what a find! Gyoza in the street

▼ Even fried chicken makes an appearance. If only it actually rained down from the sky…

Finally, one wily Photoshopper decided to get in on the action with a tweet of their own. Well hello, Mr. Jobs! That doesn’t look like one of your company’s phones…

Maybe if we’re lucky enough, the typhoon will blow a whole platter of expensive sushi into the RocketNews24 offices–but that’s probably wishful thinking.

Source: Naver Matome
Top image: Twitter (@Salmon_TANAKA) (edited by RocketNews24)