Absurdism corner


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The perfect get-rid-of-her-praliné. Works best when she's vegetarian.
I´ve just tried it in Google translate and it is indeed "schockierende Produkte".
Again I did not get it at first: I guess as with most Chinglish false translations, the word differences in Chinese must be extremely small but with great changes on meanings in this case.
In English first I get the same as in German ("shocking products"), but a second later, something with "Beijing..."

I should go to bed at this time (after 11 PM) rather than understanding absurdisms
Come to think of it, it is a misunderstanding, and "shocking" is meant positively.