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Chinese President Gets Roasted With A Crap-Ton Of Dank 'Winnie The Pooh' Memes

It turns out that Chinese President Xi Xinping really hates being compared to a cute little children's cartoon. 

If you've been on the internet in the past two days, then you've probably seen the plethora of memes mocking Xi Xinping for supposedly resembling Winnie the Pooh

The mockery began all the way back in the summer of 2017 and has escalated to the point that the president decided to ban all caricatures of Winnie the Pooh in China because he hates the comparison that much. 

This of course has only escalated the meme-age and criticism of the Chinese government's censorship tendency. 

Ironic, isn't it?


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The Best Reaction Memes To China's 'South Park' Ban

China has censored beloved American cartoon show South Park and the internet is pissed, to say the least. The episode that sparked the whole controversy, entitled "Band in China," critiqued the notion that American content tends to pander to Chinese censorship laws.

In response to the episode, the Chinese government banned all South Park content. (Can you spot the irony here?)

The show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, responded in the most South Park-esque way that they possible could've, with a total non-apology (which you can read below).


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Christian College Censors The Nudity In Classical Artwork And The Results Are Freaking Hysterical

We think that anyone should be able to practice whatever religion they want, but we have to say that sometimes religiousrules go a little far. That was definitely the case at this fundamentalist Baptist college, where they censored the nudity out of classical paintings. The results are a giant fail, but also effing hilarious.

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Take note, the following game we're about to cover errs on the side of NSFW. Knowing that, proceed or don't, as you will.

NIS America previously announced that the erotic dungeon crawler, Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors would make its debut this September on Vita. The announcement however, came with a bit of a big catch, and that centered on the company's decision to make a series of modifications to make the game more 'appropriate.' Preceding the game's release, the company released the following statement via their blog:

“I want to give you some insight into our process and exactly what’s changing so you can make an informed decision,” said NIS America senior product marketing manager Jordan Vincent.“ [...] Although some players might not be happy about the changes, we expect many will still appreciate the product for what it is and localizing it allows them the chance to enjoy the game’s unique story, gameplay, and characters without needing to speak Japanese or deal with the pains of importing.”

Even considered conceptually, the game's bound to make some folks uncomfortable. You're basically a guy sent down to hell to 'motivate' a bunch of bad girls to be 'rehabilitated' so that they're primed for battle. You accomplish your goals via sexual minigames, like spanking them or brushing soap off their bodies.


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NIS America was forced to change a few elements of the game when they brought it over. 

“Some of you might be asking, ‘Why change anything in the first place?’” said Vincent. “The answer to that question is pretty complicated overall, but here’s the short version: While we do our best to make all our fans happy, we also need to make sure that our games can be released on the platform they’re made for, and released in the various territories in which we sell them.”

First, some of the artwork, especially that during the 'motivation' scenes was altered to be less explicit, like such:



Second change from the original Japanese version, was swapping the in-game term 'punishment' for 'motivation.'

Third, there won't be any English voiceovers. Keeping it strictly English text, and Japanese voiceovers.

Lastly, all dialogue's been eliminated from the 'motivation' scenes.

So, what do you guys think of all this, and will it go on to bring about changes to the world of video game censorship?

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I guess 'vagina bones' is a term that's been hanging around since 2011-2012. Of course we've got a running Urban Dictionary definition of it as well...

“The crease present where the thigh meets the abdomen in physical fit females. Often enhanced by the pelvic bone.

‘That girl is wearing her pants so low that her vagina bones are showing.'”


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Seriously, how did this make it past the censors?