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Q: Watercube Waterpark worth it?

My Chinese girlfriend just called me on my new 700 RMB iPhone 4 (I bought a new one since I am still waiting moar and moar for my old one's replacement because it was a fake) and just said we are invited next week to go to the Watercube Waterpark. But I was expecting to do the company's bonding activity that particular day. I told her that would be impossible because she knows dancing takes priority over everything, so she would have to pick another day and that again she was wrong.

She got mad and I was caught off guard. How could I pour her a glass of wine since I wasn't home? So I told her that again, she was moar and moar wrong to get mad because I'm not against going to the Waterpark - I haven't got to wear my green-dotted silver speedo outside home yet - but that the date was a big no-no. She got really mad, so to appease her, I told her I would think about it and that we'll have the conversation after I finish work. Then I'd be able to open a bottle of red wine so she'll calm down and realize her mistake.

But I was wondering, is the Watercube Waterpark a good place to exhibit my green-dotted silver speedo, or should I wait until we go to the beach next time we take vacations?

And how is the Watercube Waterpark, what can I expect of it?

7 years 51 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - China

 
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I think it is worth going to. Really it is a beautiful pool and it only costs 50 RMB to take a swim. It is definitely worth going to at least one time.

But please don't show off your green-dotted silver Speedo, that is just nasty, keep that at home for your girlfriend.

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Green-dotted silver Speedo For The Win! Love

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The water cube is alright. Haven't yet been to the water park. But my money is still on going to the National Center for the Performing Arts, and while you are there you can *try* to show off your bathing suit look in the moat outside.

http://www.echinacities.com/beijing/listing/the-national-grand-theater-o...

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