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Q: What was your favourite Weird News this year?

7 years 10 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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Mine has to be that story of the retiree who got drunk on baijiu and then floated down a river for ten hours. So bizarre!

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Why do I have the feeling that the answers will be rolled up into an article?
Lazy writing.

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Text messages on the cinema screen. My number one.

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That China will uphold democratic elections in Hong Kong no

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Haha Philbravery- surely they can't write about that, wouldn't want the website to be shut down! 

 

I don't like the sad or gross ones, I just love the ones about funny animals, but also the sweet potato beauty contest the other day really, really cracked me up. 

 

 

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Drunken KTV Power Trip Leaves County Without Power, Literally

 

Because that's the most recent one, and any article about drunk government officials is entertaining to read.

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