Last seen at the airport ...
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Can we have a wtf China tag now?
I can't see how I could've acted any different.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I thinks she was trying to pull off a wrestling move at 0:23.
And again at 0:39.
a nation of only fucking children. and we have some sort of hope that they'll just not rabidly consume out of evny of how we fat-asses have been living for generations?
please china...dont drive lots of cars, please china dont build lots of factories, please china dont power your industrialization with coal power plants...whine whine whine
and I think you're correct, the language does seem less slanty.
Can anyone interperet?
Random freak freaking out or is there more to this.
Is she speaking crazy or is she saying something that makes sense?
She's tantruming in Cantonese:
"I want sharkfin soup, I don't understand how there cannot be any more sharkfin soup"
"Just order something else"
"I won't accept it I want sharkfin soup.... SHARKFIN SOUP... Why?? WHY!?! There are so many fish in the ocean, and there's no SHARKFIN SOUP!?!?... Tell me, where is it? you're hiding it somewhere!!!"
"Hey, calm down"
"NO WAY I WANT SHARKFIN SOUP!!!!! People are so selfish eating all of it and leaving none for me!!!!! ... I WANT IT I WANT IT I WANT IT I WANT IT I WANT IT... WAH WAH... HEY!!! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!? GIMME THAT CAMERA!!!"
Thanks. Seriously? Is shark fin soup that good?
No, it's not.
The Chinese culinary demand for shark fins, which has decimated the population of sharks in oceans all around the world, isn't because of its flavor. Shark fin basically tastes of nothing. Not in a tofu sense, but in a total-and-complete-blandness sense. Shark fins are just cartilage. They add a textural component to the soup, but literally have no flavor.
The Chinese eat shark fin soup (and bird's nest soup) for the prestige. They eat it when the in-laws visit, serve it at weddings, and like to be seen eating it because being the kind of person who can afford it is something worth bragging about.
You'll occasionally find someone who claims it's delicious, but they're talking about the broth it's served in, which is ham and poultry-based.
The shreeking wheel...
Xianghua's signature move.
This new Chun-Li movie is better than I expected.
Needs "tourism" tag.
I've had sharkfin soup, and it's nothing to get excited about.
I was really hoping that "PUT THE CAMERA DOWN ROUNDEYE" tag was a direct quote from the video.
I hope they cut her arms off and then toss her back into the ocean.
Cantonese is without a doubt the best language to use in the street.
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