Monday, May 6, 2024

ARE YOU SHITTING ME ..................

 

This is why i hate china .....they are  the king of  lying bastards .......i thought  fisherman lied  ,.......but fuck my old sneakers  !!!!!!.....them cunts are the  best ,,,,,,,,dying fucking  dogs ....... to look like pandas  ........i shitteth ye not !!!!!.......look at these  cunts !!!!! ......this is  the  kind of  shit  you would find in the ghetto zoos in  bronx....... or  some  shit  .......i know there are  some  great liars  like  ....real estate   brokers/pastors/fisherman/mechanics ...etc etc .....( i am just using some of  these  as  a  metaphor.....there  are some   great mechanics .....my mechanic is  great .......but pastors  .....lying fucks....i lived in jonesboro arkansas .........fucking  some  belters  there  ........so if you are a  pastor .......and  real estate  broker .......then you are bad  as these  cuffs/cufflinks/chinks(scottish slang for chinese)......chinese .......or as  the  weak minded ....... douchbags ...... servile......  spineless .....married ....... timid  fuckers would  say  ...the are  asian pacific people ........my fucking arse !!!!!! ....liars ......caught red handed .......you can  never  ever  trust them ......this proves it ......



A CHINA zoo has been slammed for painting dogs to look like pandas in a bid to draw in crowds.

The rubbish dye job was quickly spotted before the Taizhou Zoo forced to admit the animals were chow chows instead.

A Chinese zoo was slammed by visitors after dyeing dogs to look like pandas
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A Chinese zoo was slammed by visitors after dyeing dogs to look like pandasCredit: Social media
This picture shows the entrance ticket to the zoo featuring a picture of the 'panda dog'
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This picture shows the entrance ticket to the zoo featuring a picture of the 'panda dog'Credit: @braisedegg
The zoo later admitted the animals were painted chow chow pups
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The zoo later admitted the animals were painted chow chow pupsCredit: Social media

A picture of a ticket shared on social media included a snap of the "new species" as the zoo charged £2.25 to see them during China's Labour Day holiday.

Tens of thousands of people visited the "panda dogs" every day from May 1 to May 5, Chinese media Jiupai News reports.

Clips taken by visitors appeared to show the pups with black ears, limbs, and dark circles around their eyes, but their canine features were still very much apparent.

The dyed pets sparked a wave of complaints against Taizhou Zoo as furious visitors claimed they were mislead into believing they would see real pandas.

They also also questioned whether painting the pups would constitute animal abuse as some dyes might contain harmful chemicals.

Taizhou Zoo later admitted that the "fake pandas" were in fact dyed chow chow pups who debuted their new look for the national holiday.

But despite the the confusing name, the zoo didn't seem to be trying to fool guests into thinking the dogs were real pandas.

A signboard with pictures of "panda dogs" was put up at the zoo, indicating that the name is typically used to describe little dogs that, either naturally or by grooming, can resemble pandas.

A staff member said the zoo got the idea of dyeing the dogs into pandas online.

They told Jiangsu News: "This way, we will be able to add more fun into the zoo and boost footfall."

Black dog turns completely WHITE due to rare condition leaving owner stunned at two-year transformation
A signboard at the zoo claimed the 'panda dogs' are small pooches that resemble pandas either naturally or through grooming
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A signboard at the zoo claimed the 'panda dogs' are small pooches that resemble pandas either naturally or through groomingCredit: Social Media
Some visitors were outraged at the 'fake promises' to see the little pandas
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Some visitors were outraged at the 'fake promises' to see the little pandasCredit: Social media

The staff explained that the zoo's relatively limited size prevented it from housing real giant pandas.

As for dyeing the dogs, they also did not see any ethical concerns, saying: "Normal individuals also dye their hair.

"As such, if dogs grow out their hair, they could also dye it. This is the same as human hair."

The employee went on to say that the zoo did not charge extra to visit the "panda dogs".

Tickets for adults cost 20 yuan (£2.25), while tickets for children who are taller than 1.4m cost 10 yuan (£1.12).

Chow chows are a unique breed known for their distinctive lion-like mane.

They are quite popular in China, as they are one of the oldest and most iconic breeds originating from the country.

Chow chows hold a special place in Chinese culture and history, often depicted in art and literature.

While their popularity may have fluctuated over time, they remain a symbol of nobility and prestige in Chinese society.

Meanwhile, another zoo in China got itself in deep trouble after trying to pass a dog as a ferocious lion.

Visitors were enraged to discover that an animal in one of the cages was actually a chow chow, despite a clearly placed sign claiming otherwise.

After taking her six-year-old son to the zoo, Sharon Liu told The Orient Today newspaper that she was trying to teach him all the noises the animals make, but all she heard was barking.

She said: "To use a dog to impersonate a lion is definitely an insult to tourists."

It comes after a black dog turned completely white due to a rare condition, leaving its owner stunned by the shocking transformation.

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