The title above links to a segment from a Japanese TV show called Kure Kure Takora, which apparently translates as "Gimme Gimme Octopus". As I understand it, the tan creature is a peanut, and the pink creature is a walrus. They are both in love with the large red creatures (obviously an octopus). There is no word on the genders of these beings, nor on the disturbing question of where the baby octupus came from, or why the monsters are repeatedly kidnapping it.
I worry that our children are being left behind. Japanese children are exposed to 1300 hours of surrealist programming by the time they are 6 years of age. American children, in contrast, have only been exposed to 37 minutes of surrealist programming. Tell me, which nation will be better equipped when the dream barrier is breached? Will American children even be able to compete? Contact your congressman or senator now and demand more funding for these programs. Our very way of life may be at stake!