It may seem that we just can’t get enough of blowjob jokes, but the Shanghai Daily’s headlines are just too doggone funny.
The above article is about the delegations that are in Shanghai now to participate in the 2006 Special Olympics invitationals, which are a precursor to the 2007 (October 2-11) World Special Olympics, to be held here in Shanghai. According to a report (in Chinese), Special Olympics President and CEO Bruce Pasternak came and checked out everything and was pleased with the progress Shanghai is making before next year’s games.
Xinhua reports (in Chinese) that some of the ambassadors for next year’s games have been chosen: Zhao Wei and Xu Zheng from the mainland, Karen Mok from Hong Kong, and international stars Colin Farrell (spotted last night at M on the Bund) and Eva Mendes. Think Farrell will also pop by the Gaelic Games?
Speaking of the Irishman, the word from the Himalayan Times is that Miami Vice, starring Farrell and Gong Li, is going to be released in theaters in China — but that nearly twenty minutes, including some from steamy sex scenes, will be cut from the movie before it is considered suitable for local audiences.
No dirty laundry and dead Chinese cops in Mission: Impossible 3, no Chinese women playing Japanese courtesans in Memoirs of a Geisha, no Jay-Z and his vulgar language — why don’t they just call it Miami Virtue instead?
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