Chinese Scams: Return of the Fag

The skyline of Guangzhou, a Tier-1 Chinese city, as seen from Haizhu.

You may recall that a few weeks ago, I ran into a person of questionable sexual orientation that supposedly needed money to eat. Well, on my first day off for Spring Festival, I ran into said queer again.

I had just finished a workout in the park, and was heading to a McDonalds in the area to use some of their hand sanitizer before finding some real food to eat. As I was making my way up the stairs to where the sit-down part of the restaurant was located, I saw a familiar face. Unfortunately, the fag recognized me too.

I had a minor pump from exercising, and I guess that the queer noticed because he stated that he admired my body. I then responded that he shouldn’t say such things to other men, and that I would prefer to get such compliments from women. He replied that I have such a good figure that men would admire it too.

This is a scary thought. I hope that there aren’t a bunch of gay-ass Chinese dudes that are going to be checking me out while I’m here. I don’t want to be walking down the street then all of a sudden a thousand brokeback Chinese guys pop out of the bushes on some House of Flying Dildos type of shit.

House of Flying Daggers bamboo forest
Don’t want to reenact this scene with dicks…

I told him that if he wants to have a body like mine (pause), then he should work out on a regular basis. This could have been a mistake, because in the future, the world might have a swole-ass (double pause) Chinese faggot to contend with.

To get to the crux of the matter, the booty-bandit wanted me to buy him some food since he “hadn’t eaten all day.” You give a faggot an inch and they will want to take eight inches and a mile (triple pause). I told the poofter that I don’t have any money, and that he’d have better luck going down the street since I had seen some Whites dudes in that direction earlier.

This surprise encounter was quite disturbing to say the least. Looks like the fag is operating all over Guangzhou. As always, protect yourselves at all times!

This post was written on February 7th, 2016.