They couldn’t find a smaller shaver in this Chinese village lol.

Chinese head shave

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A pair of deadly kung fu sisters have given traditional dating the chop – to hold a challenge tournament where only the survivors will get the chance to date them.

Chinese kungfu sisters

Xiao Lin, 22, and little sister Yin, 21, are to stage a three day fighting festival in Foushan, south east China, where only the toughest suitors stand a chance of getting through. Only then will contestants earn the right to remove the girls’ masks and propose to them.

But so far, only a trickle of brave contestants has come forward.

“I’m a very good martial artist – but I think I’d want to see them with the masks off before I decided whether I wanted to fight for them,” said one doubtful suitor. (We agree)


A Japanese YouTuber complains to McDonald’s restaurant staff after discovering that the French fries he ordered at weight only 113 grams, considerably less than the 135 grams that McDonald’s advertises.

He got more fries. Remember to bring a scale to McDonald’s next time.


Zhang Ruifang, a 100-year old woman, from China’s Henan Province, has a strange horn coming out of the left side of her forehead. Her bizarre horn started growing last year, and now measures between 5-6 cm in length.

Chinese woman grows horn

It’s reported that the protusion resembles a cutaneous horn, which is made up of compacted keratin, which is the same protein we have in our hair and nails, and forms horns, wool and feathers in animals.

They usually develop in fair-skinned elderly adults who have a history of significant sun exposure but it is extremely unusual to see it form protrusions of this size.


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