The U.S. Customs Service confiscated 40,000 counterfeit condoms shipped to Puerto Rico this week. Apparently, they were all going to Anthony Weiner’s residence.
United States customs officials seized more than 40,000 counterfeit condoms being imported to Puerto Rico.
How is this news? The Puerto Ricans in my division never wear condoms anyway. Wait, was that racist?
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations and the Food and Drug Administration seized the counterfeit condoms being sent to Puerto Rico from China over the course of five days.
Counterfeit condoms are easy to spot; they squeak with every thrust.
The CBP warned that counterfeit goods may cause long-term health conditions and other problems, as they are not subject to quality controls.
The condoms were coming from China, where second children are thrown into the Yangtze River. I think they have a vested interest in condom quality control.
The Desolation Of Smog Caption Contest has now concluded.
Top Three Entries:
3. Trump launches a truth bomb on a “special snowflake”. – MelP
2. Obama’s solar powered cannon proved unable to stop even marauding hordes of Girl Scout cookie sellers. – Mike
WINNER! – No, no, no, I said dart gun….. – Sully
The Desolation Of Smog Caption Contest
Original Caption: People demonstrate a home-made ‘smog cannon’ which fires cannonballs made of ‘water and tobacco tar’ to remind people the importance of protecting environment, in Xiangyang, Hubei province, China on Dec. 27, 2016. (Photo: Stringer/Reuters)
Caption this photo in the comments section. The winners will be posted Monday, January 2nd.
Traffic stops are usually one of the most dangerous actions a police officer can perform. You’re approaching a vehicle whose occupants are unknown, may be armed, or be prepared to run you down. You need to be on your guard.
On the other hand you may come across an little old lady from Pasadena, a pimply-faced teenager, or a few hundred pounds of bacon.
A traffic stop in China led to an unusual discovery — 20 pigs crammed into the cargo section of the driver’s SUV.
Body camera footage from the Sunday traffic stop shows the SUV pulled over to the side of the road in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province.
The vehicle’s two human occupants open the rear hatch of the SUV to show the officers its contents: 20 small pigs riding calmly. (H/T – AOSHQ)
The most surprising part of this story? None of the officers thought the U.S. Women’s Soccer team could fit inside an SUV.
Meet Shu Xin, voted the hottest bodyguard at China’s G20 Summit. Joe Biden came in a distant third.
A soldier working during the G20 summit in China has been hailed as the ‘prettiest bodyguard’ on China’s social media sites.
As the world leaders met to discuss important issues in Hangzhou, China’s social media was more focused on a bodyguard that had caught a lot of people’s attention. Internet users have identified the woman in the pictures as a female soldier from the People’s Liberation Army.
The woman has been identified as Shu Xin from southern China’s Guiyang city. She is reported to be born in the 90s but no other information has been revealed.
Actually, that is not entirely correct; we also know she wants to taste my egg roll.
My egg roll is spicy, honey, but I’m sure you can “handle” it.
When I was in high school, I ran for the track and cross country teams. Running ten miles during practice was nothing to me, and I participated in a few runs outside the league meets. The private meets were great because volunteers handed out water during the run, and there were always treats and prizes at the end of the race.
Some treats were great. Others were, well, not so good.
Runners taking part in the Qingyuan marathon in China on Sunday were greeted with goodie bags after crossing the finish line. The problem is that many runners mistook the contents of those bags to be fruit-flavored energy bars.
They were not.
What the tired marathoners bit into instead were bars of fruit-scented hand soap.
Apparently, dozens of competitors tried eating the bar, with disastrous results. While the soap helped their intestines regain its original shine, the runners didn’t expect to get the runs after a run.
China, the home of The Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, and fireworks, can now boast the creation of the Underboob Pen Challenge. Yeah, I got nothin’.
A bizarre new craze among women is taking Chinese social media by storm. The trend is apparently all about proving you’re a ‘true woman’ by posting a photograph of your breasts holding up a pen.
It’s a simple idea. Lift up your top, put a pen or pencil under your breast and if it is held in place, you’re a ‘true’ woman. Snap a selfie and post it on social media. Some are even experimenting with make-up brushes and bottles.
I call 废话 on this. Everyone knows Asian women have tiny dumplings, so there is no way these women can hold a pen under them. Well, unless the pen explodes and the ink secures said pen to their chests. I’m guessing that’s not a good look, but then again, holding a writing instrument with your pink parts usually isn’t, either.
Well, unless they can write a few sentences with it. Now that would be a selfie worth sharing!