|kiint - 2009-10-09 |
meh, wake me up when they have some pear-shaped babies
|B. Weed - 2009-10-09 |
I thought they were supposed to be Buddhas?
No they aren't. They are fun.
"In the four great continents of the world, only the Western Continent of Cattle−gift's Wuzhuang Temple had this treasure that
was known as "Grass−returning Cinnabar" or "manfruit." It took three thousand years to blossom, three
thousand years to form the fruit, and another three thousand years for the fruit to ripen, so that very nearly ten
thousand years had to pass before the fruit could be eaten. Only thirty fruit were formed each ten thousand
years, and they were shaped just like a newborn baby, complete with limbs and sense organs. Anyone whose
destiny permitted him to smell one would live for three hundred and sixty years, and if you ate one you would
live for forty−seven thousand years. "
From Journey to the West, the novel from which this "mythical fruit" is based upon.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Alright, but I seriously doubt all those pears sold for that much. It's like when the police seize half a million pounds of ecstasy in the glovebox of a Ford Escort.
Which is to say that you'll meet Buddha if you eat enough of either.
|Maggot Brain - 2009-10-09 |
If these things could talk they would sound like this.
|fluffy - 2011-04-15 |
.30 adjusted for cost of living, or...?
I mean seriously for most Chinese people that's like a week's salary. And babies aren't THAT delicious.
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