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Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby Lros » 22 Jul 2014, 16:53

blue.

i asked someone i knew who has one if they knew what it meant, they didn't so i told them. they just said oh its just for fun dont think soo much!
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby TheTruthIsOutThere » 22 Jul 2014, 17:34

Try walking down the street with a TShirt with a "Taiwan is part of China" logo on it...... just for fun ;-).
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby Hokwongwei » 22 Jul 2014, 19:14

TheTruthIsOutThere wrote:Try walking down the street with a TShirt with a "Taiwan is part of China" logo on it...... just for fun ;-).


Add the words "the Republic of" and it becomes true.
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby Lros » 22 Jul 2014, 21:35

TheTruthIsOutThere wrote:Try walking down the street with a TShirt with a "Taiwan is part of China" logo on it...... just for fun ;-).


honestly I don't think the majority of people would give 2 shits. I've seen guys walking around with t-shirts of the chinese flag.. theres a guy with a loud speaker going around in a car talking about china and mainlanders are allowed to protest outside of taipei 101. nobody seems to care that much.

now what would be really fun is if you tried walking down the street in the mainland with a shirt saying taiwan is not part of china! people would be raging.. possibly.
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby hannes » 23 Jul 2014, 14:29

I think they just don't know much about European or World history. Probably born after 1990, that's like 45 years after WWII ended. Maybe it's like an American teen wearing a Pol Pot t-shirt and thinking it's about getting high or someting or European teens buying Red Guard paraphernalia in Beijing and wearing it at a party back home.
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby hansioux » 15 Dec 2014, 11:01

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saw this over the weekend at a high end department store. they had a couple of these belt buckles for sale.....
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby hansioux » 10 Jun 2015, 14:38

John Oliver uncovered Tai... Thailand's fascination with Hitler and NAZIs.



Wow.... just... wow....
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Re: Nazi themed Chinese wedding?

Postby Ermintrude » 11 Jun 2015, 14:39

hannes wrote:I think they just don't know much about European or World history. Probably born after 1990, that's like 45 years after WWII ended. Maybe it's like an American teen wearing a Pol Pot t-shirt and thinking it's about getting high or someting or European teens buying Red Guard paraphernalia in Beijing and wearing it at a party back home.



That's pretty thick. Don't forget: these people drive cars. Where you live. They make your cappuccinos. :cactus:
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