Chinese Girl Shows Off, Becomes Internet Joke

From Mop,, & XiCi:

A netizen from Nanning Sky Web, claiming to be female, claimed to be young and rich with over 200,000 monthly income, and wears a Vacheron Constantin watch.
The image below is the portrait she uses on Nanjing Sky Web, claiming to be a self-photo:


Continuing on…a frightening scene occurred, as netizens one after another stormed in…
A netizen came in with a PK portrait: [The netizen] claimed the watch in the picture is a Patek Philippe, and the diamond ring is a Tiffany’s.


Not to be outdone, other netizens one after another came into PK.
The second netizen’s photo:


Another netizen’s photograph, this time even with Vietnamese Dong [currency] making an appearance:


A netizen’s “Rolex”:


No watch, then how about a pager/beeper:


What can you do, a netizen’s Little White [cat’s name] insisted on participating…so he could only…


An alarm clock works too:


This one is even more outrageous:


A commercial interruption: Fake document providers are everywhere:


If the hand won’t do, then use the foot. This one is a little gross:


Haha…even a kid has joined in:


This kid has a lot of money…


No money, but plenty of Durex…


Food stamps???


A money-collector’s hand. Note: These two sets of money, from 1 mao to 100 yuan, both sets has the same numbers, not only the denominations are the same, and what more, even the preceding letters are the same, the two sets in sequential order:




Amassing this many [credit] cards isn’t easy, right?


Comments from


A bunch of stupid cunts!!!


Each more niu than the one before. Little brother [referring to self] admires.


Everyone has gone crazy!


A very valiant/awesome post.


hao [good]


[People are] bored to this degree…

Comments from XiCi:


There is one hand/arm that is pretty good looking, ~~~~


There is nothing that cannot be done, only what cannot be imagined!


Haha, China’s shanzhai culture…


So wealthy, [I] cannot compete…

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  • krdr

    What she showing-off is not a wealth, but loneliness.
    Very witty. I fell-off from the chair laughing. Also, pic with “hao” comment is hillarious!

    • mlgb

      Using a meme past its useby date makes you a douche.

      • Mike Fish

        Calling him out makes you an even bigger douche… and this makes me a moron for commenting on the big douche who called out the other moron.

        • 250

          So what does that make me….actually don’t answer that.

      • krdr

        Actually, this meme is still widely used, and, if you look better, maybe you’ll understand what I wanted to say. But, calling unknown person a douche, is showing off “doucheness”.

        • 水溶C100

          What you are calling him is not a douche, but loneliness!!

      • Turniptime

        Using the word “meme” marks you as either an ignoramus or a twelve-year-old.

        • 水溶C100

          Loneliness again!!!

  • KimYushin

    I love how Chinese people always make a big fuzz about these things. We all know half of the people are envious of these douche bags. And honestly flashing cash is nothing cool, at least not in my place.

    • whichone

      I love how Koreans are so civilized and tolerant with dry sense of humor.

    • Mike Fish

      Yeah, Kim, maybe you should get a sense of humor transplant or maybe remove your head from your ass. All of those “Chinese” people were mocking the first one. And the rest of us will be mocking you.

    • Master C

      Then you’re either mixing with the wrong crowd or don’t have access to the right crowd.

  • whichone

    whoa Déjà vu! Feel like I’ve seen them before…

  • Xav

    @Whichone- I like your Eminem reference…

    • whichone

      it’s a coincidence I swear.

  • I used to have big piles of cash lying around before they brought in the 50,000 won note, a 10,000 won note was only worth about $8US. When I sold my old car it took an hour to count the money.

  • Alan

    Yawn…more style over substance. Sick of all this wannabe celebrity crap, where’s the real interesting stories at?!~

    • Eric

      there’s one where your mum is having a orgy party & you are the star..let me find it

  • J

    200,000 rmb a month . . . she must be a high ended whore.

    • VeerLeft

      DINGDINGDING!!! You arrrre corrrrrrrrect sirrrrr!

    • Master C

      People supporting or creating high ended whores are delusional and upping the ante for patrons of adult industries. We are here to use their services and allow them to make a living, not enrich them and their pimps. No whore should ever be high ended and all a whore deserves at most is a middle class environment and no more than the regular hourly wage for a blue or grey collar worker. Time for the smart John to boycott high ended gold diggers who should never be placed higher than the hard working everyman.

      • Master C

        GAH typo . . . I meant ” middle class RETIREMENT ” . . .

      • drewwang

        Your logic is interesting. If hookers really did make as much as the average blue collar worker, they might earn about eight yuan per hour. Since the average trick might take twenty minutes, you could get a hooker for around three yuan! China would truly be the most egalitarian country in the world then! Perhaps the government should step in. Since they closed down all the “hair salons” in Beijing for National Day, maybe they can go in again and implement price fixing. 加油!

        • Master C

          Well if China wants to maintain social order (i.e. make being a hooker less desirable than being a blue collar worker for our young ladies), and keep China productive, but still allow an Adult industry for foreigners and bachelors to use, or married husbands with unwilling or lazy wives to use, legalisation and price control has to be implemented. No two ways going about it.

          1) Legalisation ensures no underworld elements maintain monopoly and thus enable monopoly holders to raise prices for what becomes ‘blackmarket services’.
          2) Price control prevents impoverishment of the everyman seeking adult services.
          3) Price control enables the everyman to retain wealth and maintain social structure in that a hooker is nenevr wealthier than an everyman.
          4) Legal adult industry also allows men with less integrity and means to not lie to get married just for sex.
          5) Legal adult industry also ensures a likely substantial potential sex offenders have somewhere to release their tension.
          6) Legal adult industry also ensures sex workers and their patrons will not have to deal with bribery and blackmail from and within authorities and prevent corruption of police in a tax paying industry.

          All of this again contributes to greater stability in a nation. Could there be any better way to emancipate the Male Libido and maintain social structure at the same time?

          • Master C

            TYPO – 3) . . . nenevr = never . . .

          • Master C

            TYPO – 5) Legal adult industry also ensures a substantial number if likely potential sex offenders have somewhere to release their tension.

          • Sex offenders don’t do it for the sex, they like violence and submission.

            And the hookers have the right to earn whatever the customer is willing to pay.

            Life is not fair, actors and football players are an example of undeserved wealth.

  • Master C

    The Chinese should support their own homemade brands and stop sending their cash off to foreign countries. What is so special about foreign watches? I’d support a CCP watch company any day if they could come up with a concept no worse than European watch brands.

    • Goodness

      “What is so special about foreign watches?”

      Dude your missing the point. She is showing off her “status symbol”. Domestic brands are usually more about being practical and frugal. In other words, they are common and point out that budget is a concern. Foreign products have an air of “luxury” because they are rare, usually expensive and come from countries that most Chinese only see on television.

      • Master C

        Then that ‘Air of Luxury’ should be something Chinese manufacturers must strive to recreate. Don’t have an inferiority complex about Chinese brands, who knows how much of the components of foreign watches are made by Chinese manufacturers to begin with.

        • dave

          The problem is that 99% of the locals wouldn’t want a Chinese made product as a status symbol anyway.

          How many Red Flag cars do you really see driving around town? The government here doesn’t even buy Red Flag cars. Not that they are luxury cars or anything but I am just saying.

          • Master C

            “The problem is that 99% of the locals wouldn’t want a Chinese made product as a status symbol anyway.”

            That shows a lack of investment, lack of promotion method or lack of self confidence in this area then. It’s about time they started research on promoting Chinese products as status symbols or simply as symbols of patriotism.

            Maybe a side by side comparison, crash testing etc.. alongside other brands such as Lincoln or Mercedes in TV commercials for example. Even if quality was beefed up to match, it’s very likely the product would still be cheaper in any case and thus more saleable! There would be no reason by not to buy then.

          • ss42

            For some reason can’t replay to Master C’s post, below, but…

            “That shows a lack of investment, lack of promotion method or lack of self confidence in this area then. It’s about time they started research on promoting Chinese products as status symbols or simply as symbols of patriotism.”

            I don’t think this is really true. Successful people in the USA don’t buy Caddies, they buy Mercedes, BMW, etc. Having something ‘foreign’ is a status symbol everywhere, although admittedly with globalization it’s becoming less and less of a thing to hang your hat on.

            You can’t blame the Chinese, I think. In addition to these good being ‘foreign’, they are relatively new to market. It’s a novelty, that will wear off slowly, and over time.

            China’s in the early stages of attaining “first world” status. As a (Korean) gf put it to me once, China now is where Korea was in the 80s. Back then Korea just made crap products, and Koreans all wanted foreign crap. Give them 10-20 years, and they’ll start valuing design more, creating unique and innovative products, etc., and creating brands that hold sway both inside and outside China, like Samsung et al.

          • Master C

            ” Give them 10-20 years, and they’ll start valuing design more, creating unique and innovative products, etc., and creating brands that hold sway both inside and outside China, like Samsung et al. ”

            No. But ss42 has a point there about the economy being in it’s early stages but it is this early stage that the capital outflow is the most serious. 10-20 years of imports based on brand name or ‘foreignness’ alone can put a severe dent on a country’s development in innovation and maybe even economy as well.

            Old Money which has better understanding of true value of brands (which is ZERO) may not care for that, the New Rich will not be affected (why allow outflow of funds at all), but honestly in an immatured economy the presence and propagation of foreign brands is a form of colonialism, a way of stealing wealth.

            The consumers are not very educated and even the poor try to obtain these so called ‘brands’ to satisfy human urge to acquire material goods. In this, although IP theft is wrong, I applaud the pirated IP product, which generates jobs and keeps funds from flowing out.

            But foreign brand names are indeed creating the mindless consumerism which typifies the capitalist culture of the West that has nearly bankrupted America and put it in sever debt. Where did all that money go? Overseas by “Successful (but unpatriotic) people in the US” to European coffers while local car makers go bankrupt from lack of sales.

            Is the quality inferior? Not likely. Are the products cheaper? No. So what is the excuse for buying that product? (I am glad China has among the cheapest products worldwide). And yet they send their money overseas without thinking about the economy. USA itself is a victim of brand consumption where the consumer should be taught that value for money is more important that what logo is displayed on the hood ornament.

            In this I am rather disappointed that Hongqi and Jili (Red Flag and Geely) have upped their prices to Western levels (much the same way Malaysia’s Proton has risen 300% at retail level since inception) while Tata Nano has a car with a lower price.

            Hongqi and Jili are less competitive than India’s Tata Nano now and had better watch their pricing unless they don’t mind heading the way GM has, Proton is headed towards and losing market share the way some European brands doing.

            This blatant profiteering by brand names has to be acknowledged, addressed and countered by education policies. Consumerism and brand name worship will only impoverish a nation to enrich a single corporation, often to astronomical levels.

            The summarize, the consumer could just learn this which is a truly educated Consumer view –

            * * * I want a cheap product with high quality. I do not care about brand name. * * *

            The entrepreneur could also learn this which is REAL innovation –

            * * * He who has the cheapest product at the highest quality will dominate the global market, whichever item it is. * * *

          • Master C

            * TO * summarize . . .

  • That’s freakin funny man. I think this merits a “fail.”

  • This has delighted me. Humour is not something I associate with China but I’m very happy to see this emerging fun :)

  • Jade

    I like the cat one with the hell money XD

  • capt. LING DAN WANG BA

    Haha fail guys. If I had the money I would do this all day everyday.

  • FYIADragoon

    Cat is ballin’

  • Lols – yes the World has officially lost it’s mind now.

  • C.Bratton

    A good picture would be someone’s hand next to a replica of Emperor Qianlong’s Jade seal.

  • Wu

    Good job, Mr. Manly Feet. Way to think outside the box!

  • Icedew

    All that cash in that photo looks a lot but probably isn’t. If I covert it to the Hong kong currency into 1000 dollar notes I might be actually able to fit it all into my wallet.

  • Joe

    Actually, this is at least slighty funny…. which is surprising for a bunch of Chinese. Who generally are not known for there bollock-busting abilities of humour.

    And by the way… happy birthday Yunjin Kim over in Korea.

  • Funny stuff, but I thought for sure there would be one with the ‘paper money’ used to burn for one’s ancestors. Too taboo?

    • Joe

      Its in the one with the cat

  • Sunseed

    that was so funny.

  • Frank Furter


    Is that a glamour shot? Which mall did you take it at?

    People who put their pic in their sig… are brave! Haha, fooled you.

  • too yellow

    The same serial number collection is amazing if it is real, but most likely it is a fake cash with the same serial number for all denominations.

  • Some of those joke ones are pretty funny. The giant clock as a watch makes me wonder how long it’ll take for someone in China to imitate Flava Flav. That’d be awesome.

    • xuedi

      hehehe … that would really be aweome ;-)

  • Joe #2

    I’ll never remember that serial number, so I guess I’ll have to remember that, if the serial number on my Chinese money starts with BJ and ends with 88, it’s gotta be fake.

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