한국어 실제 이야기 (Korean Real Talk)

"N Korea's Kim died in 2003; replaced by lookalike, says Waseda professor"

Hahahahahaha

So perhaps Kim Jong-il, the most diabolical, beloved, and cutest dictator today, has been dead for five years and counting. Who doesn't hope this is true? This would be amazing. The only thing more amazing would be to find out that Busta Rhymes has been dead and was replaced by a lookalike that started making Mountain Dew commercials. And when you think about what that implies, he sort of has. I mean sure, he shows impressive vitality now and then. But Kim Jong-il surely stirs in his grave, too.

This is a great strategy to prolong the reign of any dictatorship. Future dictators, take note!

Also: if Kim Jong-il is dead, who the hell is controlling North Korea?

Also In North Korea: They Might Be Eating Rabbits The Size of 9-Year Olds. See Pic Below.

(Getty photo by Sean Gallup / January 15, 2006)

Karl Szmolinsky, who raises a breed of rabbits called giant grays, shows Robert, an 8.5kg giant gray who is 74cm long and has ears 25.5cm long, in the backyard of his house in Eberswalde, Germany in 2006. Szmolinsky sold eight giant grays to a delegation from North Korea that wanted to raise the breed as a source of meat for the North Korean population. Szmolinsky said his rabbits reach a maximum weight of 10.5 kg (23.1lbs.).

Sure, one can speculate wildly about whether or not N. Korea is being run by a phantom dictator...but this story is not speculation. This is fact. This man was approached by North Korea about the possibility of using his giant rabbits as a food source for the North Korean people. I'm not sure how this ties in with North Korea's nuclear tests, but somehow it seems to fit perfectly.

They're eating giant rabbits in one of the saddest nations on earth. This surely qualifies as Real Talk.

3 comments:

Grand Master - 108 Tongues, 中国制造团体, Bust Out! Family said...

i am reading this from seoul, less than half an hour's drive away from mutant rabbits apparently.

cheers

Noah said...

Find somewhere to eat giant rabbits

Mathew said...

yum

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