WTF News: Golden Shower Sweatshirts, Jamie Lee Cosplay, And Ukip Are Morons

Three stories to help make your day as WTF as possible...

If there’s one thing us Brits love, it’s buying t-shirts covered pseudo-poetic messages in foreign languages. Seriously, we love it.

But you know what we don’t love? Finding out that the tee of Chinese characters meaning ‘I will love you until the end of the Earth’ (or something equally as terrible), ACTUALLY means, ‘I enjoy licking fart stains off the bathroom floor’.

We’re pretty sure that’s happened at least once.

Well, a Japanese man has suffered the same unfortunate fate, only this time at the hands of us ignorant English speakers (namely artist Mark Gonzales). Seriously, who saw that coming, we’re usually so nice to foreigners!

Take a look.

Oh Godddddd we really, super-duper hope this guy never wore this on any dates… Or at least has an explanation for why he never got any in the first place. Fashion is important guys.

SPEAKING OF FASHION, did you see what ultra-mega babe Jamie Lee Curtis wore to the premiere of Duncan Jones’ fantasy epic, Warcraft? Of course you did, but in case you missed it, here’s another look.

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What you might NOT have known is that the scream queen / True Lies star is actually a die-hard World of Warcraft fan, and has actually cosplayed a ton of times before. Here’s hoping the movie can live up to her costume, eh?


Aaaand finally, in case you were still on the fence about the whole #Brexit thing (it’s a lot nicer on the #VoteRemain side, btw), then maybe UKIP’s latest scaremongering rag will change your mind. 

UKIP supporters in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, have been sent a pretty alarming ‘leaflet’ (read: absolute pile of lies pissed onto some left-over chippy paper by a disgruntled, racist idiot), which claims that if we stay in the EU, the UK should expect to lose parliamentary sovereignty, the armed forces, and the monarchy.

Needless to say this is all absolute garbage, and even the Ukip leadership is trying to distance itself from the insane ramblings. If even Nigel Farage reckons you’ve gone too far, it’s time to wind it back a bit, tbh.

So, there you have it - three stories to make everyone at work think you use the newspaper for something other than improvised toilet paper.

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