The Chinese Communist Party’s Anti-Pajama Campaign

From the same Communist Party that brought you the worst famine in all of world history, and religious genocides in Tibet and Xinjiang.  According to the Telegraph:

The neighbourhood committee – a volunteer outpost of the Communist Party – in the city’s north-eastern district of Rixin has decided that wearing pyjamas in the street should be discouraged.

“We’re telling people not to wear pyjamas in the street because it looks very uncivilised,” Guo Xilin, a local official, was quoted in local media as saying.

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4 Responses to The Chinese Communist Party’s Anti-Pajama Campaign

  1. justrecently says:

    What’s the next target of the Masters of Civilization? Plastic slippers? *frown*

  2. C.A. Yeung says:

    In China they may use them as “plastic slippers”. But in Australia, we call them “thongs”. They are one of our national icons, of similar status to Vegemite, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and Kylie Minogue. A pair of thongs is an essential part of every Aussie patriot’s wardrobe. If the Civilization censor in China dare to start banning thongs, we’ll start boycotting Chinese goods.

    Here is a good website for you to learn more about “thongs”.

  3. Ned Kelly says:

    In American English a “thong” is a male bikini. It’s a Sodomite thing.

    But that means it would probably catch on in China, at least among the American expats.

  4. Ned Kelly says:

    …but I just want to make it clear that I understand that sodomy is the foundation and source of everything that is good, beautiful and noble. I am aware that in North America and most of Europe, mere tolerance is not enough. I must APPROVE of Sodomy, or else face criminal charges and other kinds of personal ruin.

    Yes, yes, YES! I see the light! Amazing Sodomite Grace!

    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=BCcaMIcwz30

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