Monthly Archives: May 2011

Wuxi China Expatdom King rejected invitation to attend G8 Summit

The King of the Wuxi China Expatdom, Gorzo the Mighty, revealed that he had rejected not only invitations and pleas to attend the G8 Summit, that was held recently in Deauville and Basse-Normandie, France, but an invitation as well for … Continue reading

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Wuxi Expat denies suffering from logorrhea

Wuxi Expat William Maher denies that he suffers from logorrhea, a communication disorder resulting in incoherent talkativeness Said Maher, "I very much resent the accusation that I go on and on and on, talking endlessly, like I am a blabbermouth … Continue reading

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Wuxi Jaywalkers sweep Suzhou Green Hats to take first place in the CEBL East Division

The Wuxi Jaywalkers swept all three games against the Suzhou Green Hats at Suzhou’s Green Hat Baseball Park this weekend to take first place in the East Division of the China Expat Baseball League. Jaywalkers manager Casey Stench had his … Continue reading

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Nine Million Boston Bruin Fans gather at intersection of Zhongshan and Renmin Roads in Wuxi, China.

Nine million Boston Bruin Fans gathered at the intersection of the Zhongshan Road and Renmin Road in Wuxi, China to celebrate their Bruins’ victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in a Stanley Cup Semifinal Series. Wearing fake Boston Bruin clothes … Continue reading

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Wuxi China Expatdom Prime Minister Defends Wuxi China Expatdom Policy of employing Dead Civil Servants

Prime Minister of the Wuxi China Expatdom Mango defended the practice, of hiring corpses to be government bureaucrats in non-essential positions. The practice had come under criticism from fringe and reactionary elements of the opposition Nudist party. Said PM Mango, … Continue reading

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Three million Wuxi China Expats attend 44th annual “The Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t win the Stanley Cup” celebrations.

Three million Wuxi China Expats attended the 44th annual Wuxi China Expatdom "The Toronto Maple Leafs didn’t win the Stanley Cup" celebrations which were this year held at Gambay’s Pub in the 1912 Bar District. Singing "Nah Nah Nah, Nah, … Continue reading

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Are the Vancouver Canucks the team of the Wuxi China Expatdom and the Gods?

Are the Vancouver Canucks Canada’s team? Long-time Wuxi China Expat from Abbotsford, British Columbia, Norbert Froese says they aren’t. Said Froese, "While the Canucks do play in Canada. One has to remember that Canada has a province called Ontario which … Continue reading

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