A guy in Changsha, China named Yuan got into a car accident a few weeks ago, and was taken to the hospital. (His age wasn’t reported, but he looks like he’s in his 20s.)
So doctors contacted everyone in his phone to tell them what was going on.
His girlfriend panicked, and rushed there to see him. But then . . . ANOTHER one of his girlfriends also showed up. And another. And another. And on and on and on.
It turns out Yuan had SEVENTEEN girlfriends, and none of them knew about each other . . . until they all met at the hospital. And apparently, they all went from worried about him to FURIOUS at him.
One of them said she’d been with him for NINE years. Another one says she has a SON with him. And another one had already started planning their wedding.
His injuries weren’t life threatening . . . but we’re assuming all 17 of his relationships pretty much flat lined.
(South China Morning Post)
I’m a human being . . . so why do I ALWAYS take the dog’s side in dog-versus-human stories? Am I a traitor to our species?
A guy was getting out of his Volkswagen Jetta in Chongqing, China last week when a stray dog wandered up to him. So he KICKED the dog, then went inside.
But the dog was NOT about to take that like a punk. He walked away . . . got some of his dog buddies . . . and they all came back together to get their revenge on the guy’s CAR.
They chewed off the windshield wipers, “keyed” his car with their claws, and left big dents by biting the fenders and wheel wells. Then they took off . . . and haven’t been back since.
One of the guy’s neighbors saw what was happening, and took a bunch of photos of the dogs as they vandalized the car.
This restaurant can only exist in China, where there aren’t any laws . . . because in America, this place would be sued within 27 seconds of opening.
A Korean restaurant in Zhengzhou, China called Jeju Island just opened and has a hell of a gimmick: You can eat free . . . if you’re GOOD LOOKING.
When people walk into the restaurant, they’re photographed. Then a group of local plastic surgeons judge their photos . . . I guess they don’t have anything better to do, or use it as free advertising?
And the first 50 attractive people for the day get their meal for free.
Have you looked at what it costs to buy a new iPhone WITHOUT getting a two-year contract? They start at like $800. So if you buy one for someone as a gift, that’s love. If you buy MORE than one? I can’t even comprehend.
A guy in Guangzhou, China wanted to propose to his girlfriend in the most spectacular way possible this weekend . . . so he bought 99 brand new iPhone 6s, arranged them in a park in the shape of a heart, and proposed inside the heart.
And . . . she said NO.
The guy spent approximately $82,000 on the iPhones, which is about what he makes in TWO YEARS as a computer programmer. He’ll probably be looking to resell the phones now.
There’s no word on WHY his girlfriend turned him down.
The 10,000 pigeons selected to participate in the National Day of the People’s Republic of China on Oct. 1 were inspected for suspicious objects by security officials this week. Thoroughly inspected.
According to a tweet by People’s Daily, China’s government-sponsored newspaper, each of the birds was anally examined, ensuring they weren’t carrying, you know, suspicious things or whatever.
The sheer number of birds examined is hard to believe — not to mention the fact that there are some more important things going on in China right now, like mass pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The National Day is a public holiday marking the 65th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The Nanjing Daily reports that after the birds from Xicheng, Dongcheng, Chaoyang and Fengtai are loaded into a truck and transported to Tiananmen Square, they will be released there around sunrise for the ceremony as a sign of peace.
Peace for humans, horrific confusion for pigeons.