Don't leave your children alone at the kitchen table with a plate of spaghetti—they may be harassed by a rotating army of monstrously huge Kewpie-faced bean-shaped fish eggs, accompanied by a catchy theme song.
I've had the song stuck in my head for about two and a half years. After the jump, I bestow the joy onto you.
Japanese Kewpie Tarako Sauce Commercial
Kewpie Tarako Commercial #2: They Also March and Wiggle
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