Wacky Asians

Bizarre Taiwanese video kills and reanimates George R.R. Martin

The people at the Taiwan CG news organization are my new favorite friends. Them wacky Asians draw up shoddy CG animated clips to illustrate bits of big cultural news. They’re great for kids, easily amused adults, and folks that are high as a motherfucker.

The news group recently covered the announcement of the release date of A Dance with Dragons, the long-awaited book in George R.R. Martin’s fantasy series A Song of Fire and Ice.

Clearly representing the unified hate by fans on how goddamn long each of his books take to come out,  the Taiwan news organization kill the fat bearded author. Not only that, but a ghostly Martin is then brought back to life to dance an awkward ghostly jig with one of his characters.

Taiwanese animators/newscasters should be the model for all journalists. Satire at it’s finest. They’re like the onion, but animated and, um, Asian. Taiwanese and Asians are the same thing, right?

Now, who thinks GRRM doesn’t actually plan on finishing the series, and this is a gigantic troll attempt? I won’t believe it till I see it.

Source: Topless Robot


They say you are what you eat, so if you see someone chomping down on some Zombie Jerky then you’d best stay far far away. Unless of course you have a chainsaw or shotgun at hand.

So, Zombie Jerky. What is it? If you thought wacky japanese snack. You’d be right.

“Zombie Meat,” an exquisite new Japanese snack for the horror enthusiast, consists of bite-sized chunks of tender blue flesh that, according to the package, has been aged to deadly perfection at the graveyard.

The ghastly meat snack, which tastes remarkably like peppered beef jerky, can be found at select shops in Japan for 399 yen (about $4.50) per pack.

It’s Blue?? Why is it blue? Aren’t zombie’s a ghoulish green? Also, what kind of bite size flesh are they referring? Peppered jerky? Sounds like peppered Smurf butt to me. Or a more realistic thought is rotted dog meat. Ya know how those Asians love their dog meat.

source: geekologie