Fight the Anti-Coca Cola Lobbyists

So I’ve been seeing a lot of folks sharing the following chart on social media showing what Coca-Cola does to your body within the first 60 minutes of drinking it:


Look, I ain’t no dummy, I know soda isn’t exactly a health drink, but I also know this to be a fact: the anti-Coca Cola lobbyists are one of the most powerful groups in the nation—last I heard they had all the top elected officials including a certain foreign-born U.S. President in their pockets. So bottom line, don’t trust this propaganda, which is filtered with lies just the way that an ice-cold refreshing Coca Cola is filtered with a delicious family-friendly flavor that everyone loves, unless you’re a terrorist or a lion-killing dentist asshole!

The U.S. Beats Japan so Cue the Racist Tweets (Been There Done That Edition)

So the U.S. beat Japan today in the World Cup finals and while I have nothing against my fellow Americans showing their pride for this Independence Day weekend victory, this is also America, which means you’ll be seeing reactions like this on social media:

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Look, we’ve seen this sort of thing over and over (see here and here for examples) so I’m neither going to express surprise or outrage, but can I at least ask all of you racist fucks to at least be more creative, original or witty in your racism. I mean just look at this random sampling of tweets:

Chinky or Not Chinky: Margaret Cho on the Golden Globes


So when comedian Margaret Cho made an appearance during tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony as a North Korean film journalist/Army General, it was bound to elicit some negative response. And sure enough, social media did not disappoint with reactions like these:

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VietJetAir in trouble again for using half naked babes in promo campaign


Discount airliner VietJetAir is in hot water again for recent photos like the one you see above, which were leaked on social media sites by apparently, the girl on the right. Her name is Ngoc Trinh and in Vietnam, she’s known as a “hotgirl,” a dime a dozen in Vietnam of young, hot and usually buxom babes who gain a huge following, fame and sometimes, notoriety. Getting tens of thousands of followers alone, makes these girls hot commodities.

Anyhoo, she was part of this photo shoot that was apparently sanctioned by VietJetAir, where the campaign is, I guess, “fly with us because our flight attendants are really hot.” Check out some other photos that were on this “hotgirl’s” Facebook page (before they were taken down because of huge negative backlash):

The Obligatory Jeremy Lin Lakers Blog

If you’re Asian American and spend time on the internet (i.e. everyone reading this blog), then you already know Jeremy Lin will soon come to L.A. as a Laker.


And…well…yeah…that’s about it. I really have nothing to add to this topic that hasn’t already been said over and over and over again since word broke Friday, but figured I should blog about it in some way ‘cause it seems like every Asian American online is required to acknowledge this news or lose their membership in the Asian American club community.

Check out these viral photos from Japan


Now, these photos don’t all originate from Japan, but they’ve gone viral on many Japanese social media sites. Some of these photos are actually quite old and have been floating around the ‘Net for years, but there’s a a revolving cycle for many things in the Internet nowadays (the GAME OF THRONES VHS intro, for example, has been getting major traction this past week, but it popped up on the Internet months ago as the 1995 intro).

Anyhoo, here’s what’s popping up in other social media feeds from the Land of the Rising Sun:

Straight White Boys Texting


So a couple of folks sent me this link to the tumblr site Straight White Boys Texting and as the name suggests, it’s a site with a collection of texts and social media postings from straight white boys.

So if you’ve ever wondered what straight white boys text about, here’s a sampling:




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I first met Kevin B. Lee at the Berlin Film Festival a few years ago, through friends Karin Chien and Brent Hall, who had started a distribution company for indie and underground Chinese films called dGenerate Films. Kevin was also on board as a programmer and advisor. He would later relocate to Chicago to further his studies in media arts, but continued his work as a film critic and journalist as one of the late and great Roger Ebert’s far-flung correspondents.

Yes, Stephen Colbert is Replacing David Letterman but Stop with the #CancelColbert Quips

NAMEThe announcement came this morning that The Colbert Report host has been named as the replacement for David Letterman when he retires from The Late Show next year. And already, I’ve been seeing dozens hundreds thousands millions of posts on social media like this:

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And this:

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And this:

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Racist Twitter Watch: Julie Chu Edition

The closing ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics was tonight and the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team forward Julie Chu was selected to carry the American flag. And surprise, surprise! Once again our good ole racist social media friends came out of the woodwork with tweets like this:


And this:


To which my reaction is…yawn.

Perhaps the greatest photo meme ever


Ah, you unsuspecting young parents who post baby photos on social media. That’s what exactly happened in the case of the photo above, where a young dad posted this photo on his Facebook feed. He also made a joke by adding the caption, “Look, tell Clyde that he’s a dumbass… and then fire him!”

Soon enough, one his friends posted the photo on Reddit and the rest his history. People laughed and caused a meme barnstorm. Business Baby was born! Some of the captions are priceless, like the following:

Chinese Singles Prank Valentine’s Day by buying movie tickets so that couples can’t sit together


Talk about a lump of coal in place of a heart when it comes to the big V day in China…. According to Time Magazine, in what might be the biggest Valentine’s Day prank ever, a group of Shanghai singles purchased every odd-numbered seat for a Feb. 14 showing of BEIJING LOVE STORY, the movie version of a popular drama from 2012 that is reminiscent of LOVE, ACTUALLY. The prankster’s sole purpose: To disrupt romantic dates, but of course!

With a population of 1.3 billion people, China definitely has a sizable group of single people. And with the one-child policy, where males are revered, there is a ‘surplus’ of single men, estimated at 34 million! Hmm, that’s a lot of lonely hearts out there, ladies.