According to the folks over there at China Daily, it is Brazil's Melanie Nunes Fronckowiak and France's Saiba Bombote who have honed or grown the Most Beautiful Bottom in the World. (I'll give the Chinese points for using the term 'bottom'. You know darn well that if this was in the US it would be the "Baddest Booty Call" or "Number One Ass In America" or something else that sounded just a little less polite. Politeness is important, you know.) And judging from some of the photos of the "event", it seems to be a pretty big deal. (Kind of odd for a Communist country, but maybe it's the New Communism.) Just look at all of the..press? That can't be the press, can it? The coverage? Look at all of the coverage? No..no...there isn't a whole lot of that either. I don't get it.
Here we have all of the contestants facing the wrong way. Does it matter what their face looks like? Just wondering. I mean, you could have a great ass, er, bottom, but if your face looks like you got hit with the Ugly Stick one too many times, can you still win? I'd guess that you could, because the chick below is the one who won and she's wearing high heels and socks, a fashion never before seen outside of Billings, Montana.
But here's what's not typical, for China or anywhere else I would imagine. (And it's one hell of a segway into the rest of this post. It's not often one can combine a Best Ass contest with carps and ducks. Just in case you overlook the smoothness of transition between the subjects, I had to point that out.) So to give you an even clearer picture of just how slow of a news day it actually was, here's more content from China Daily, this time about nature. It's media coverage of "Duck v. Carps". Wait. What?
But look at all the damn fish! It's like a koi pond in hell. You kind of have to wonder what in the world the duck was thinking. Actually, he probably saw all of those fish there and was thinking, "Buffet!"
Kind of makes me think that the duck (or ducks, since they rarely travel alone unless they're lost or stupid) has visited that section of the pond a couple of times before. And judging from the reaction of the carp, they seem to have tired rather quickly of members of their school getting eaten. (And really, I can't blame 'em for that. It would get old kind of fast.)
It's a good thing the bird was able to get out of there. Otherwise, he would have been ducked.Sphere: Related Content