If you’ve ever seen someone playing kaixin’s Happy Farm (快乐农场), you’ve probably wondered to yourself how it got so preposterously named. From the intense clicking, sweating and furrowed brows of habitual “farmers,” it would seem that playing happy farm is about as happy as a heroin addict searching for a fix. Besides the usual bouts of anxiety and paranoia over e-crops being stolen or malnourished, it seems that happy farm can also lead to losing your job, breaking up with your significant other, or even aborting your baby. Head over to chinaSMACK for a great translation of many, many more problems wrought from e-farming. Maybe people should get out more, but we’d recommend starting slow: perhaps Happy Farm in Reality?