China TV news confuses Fleshlight sex toy for rare edible mushroom


#1

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#2

I swear i saw this posted on BB before... last year i think, but could've been from somewhere else. Still, ew... just.. ew.


#3

Yeah that one is a bit old, still amusing and one of those where you shake your head at the news casters thinking how in the hell did that get past EVERYONE?


#4

A gallery of recycled things...


#5

Let me brush off my recipe for Funky Stir-Fry


#6

I'm crying I'm laughing so much!

Is it Happy Hour yet?


#7

Ancient Chinese secret huh?


#8

That's no Shroom!


#9

That's what this is code for:

A classic example of global news lulz from 2012.

Repost.


#10

You think some westerner buried it as a prank? smiley


#11

you think the villagers are pranking the reporters?


#12

we must get to the root of who pulled it!


#13

I really want to see the promised follow-up report


#14

This is why the sale of "plain" Fleshlights will be outlawed in the future.
Fake labia, anal crinkles or (mouth-style) lips will be required on all models sold.


#16

The screenshot is from the bottom side of the, uh, fungus. If you watch the vid, the object in question does in fact have labia (-l foldish features).


#17

This is... um. Are we sure this isn't the Chinese version of The Onion or something? I mean... how could they not...?


#18

I enjoy how when the state news agency hasn't got a clue they just invent a whole mythology for the thing.


#19

Maybe in the post about things that fit perfectly in other things?


#20

Just look at it.


#21

Yeah seems fake to me. Professionally fake. But then again, so is "real" Chinese news.