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Coyote Ugly in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 17, 2013


The hottie on the left is nothing more than a photoshopped pic of a beast on the right. Yes, the she-hyena on the right is looking for a man and has created an online persona replete with pic.
I pity the dumb foreigner responding to her ‘marry me’ ad. He will board a civilized plane only to arrive in a veritable jungle-China, and be disappointed by his fbugly bride.
Actually, with all the make up Chinese wear, its almost impossible to make out their true features. The dough lidded cretins create double eyelids, yellow skinned she-skanks gloss their face with whitener and they all pretend to know that bathing daily is actually hygienic-even though they do not do it. Just remember guys, in China what you see is never what you get.

5 Responses to “Coyote Ugly in China”

  1. intermezzo said

    *lol* imagine you wake up beside one of those chinese gremlins aka “women”.

    check this out:

    Chinese Girls Before and After Makeup:

    http://www.chinasmack.com/2012/pictures/chinese-girls-before-and-after-makeup.html

    chinese girls? no thanks. (and it’s not even their flat airport-runway-like-tit less-chest, and ugly teeth, identical faces and ugly legs, no. it’s their empty mind and “personality” which is disgusting and boring, which is zombie like and autistic. ask any of them: “what are your hobbies?” —-answer: “sleeping and shopping”)

    final (before i get banned for flooding):

    here is a picture of china’s real flag:

    china’s real coat of arms:

    china’s REAL history, the CCP doesn’t want the world (and it’s lemmings aka citizens) to know:

    excerpts:

    “On June 4th, 1989, according to the official records of the CCBP (Chinese Communist Block Party), on this day the sun was shining, so Deng Xiaoping decided to have a nice picnic with his friends out in the countryside. On the way home, he saw a cute kid selling homemade lemonade by the roadside, so he bought six glasses for only one yuan each, and then gave the kid a shiny button to take home. Oh, and some student in Tiananmen Square made some graffiti that was cleaned up by authorities soon after. Nothing to see here, nothing to see at all! Move along folks. ”

    “It’s a well known fact that the Chinese invented everything. The Chinese people are proudest however of four great inventions, which they call, “The Four Great Inventions of China.” These are 1) gunpowder (which the Chinese mix into their New Year’s fireworks to frighten evil human rights activists and Tibetans) 2) the printing press (which they used in turn to invent bureaucracy) 3) Senkousha, and, last but not least, 4) McDonalds. ”

    “Optical Illusions were also invented by the Chinese. The best example of this is the great wall of China which makes China appear to be bigger than it really is. In the 1960’s when the US president ordered the invasion of the moon, the first troops there commented on how big China looked with its great wall surrounding all the sweat shops. If only they had looked in the opposite direction they might have noticed the first “Mr Wong’s” chinese take-away on the moon (as the Chinese got there 12 years earlier but returned due to a lack of passing trade). ”

    “Recent scientific studies at CERN , under the supervision of noted scientific genius Oscar Wilde, discovered that the Chinese had many genetic differences from other humans. Instead of evolving from regular monkeys, the Chinese evolved from Sun Wukong, thus the reason why the Chinese look so different from other people, and why they are so dam smart! ”

    “After the economic disaster of the Cultural Revolution, China began to tentative embrace capitalism much like an awkward teen clumsily feels up his first girlfriend. ”

    Since China has become so overpopulated, the government has come up with the solution of the One-Child-Policy as well as the lesser-known Crush-At-Least-One-Man-Daily-With-A-Tank policy.

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