Breakfast Hot Dog Craze spreads to the colonies of the Wuxi China Expatdom


The Craze for the Breakfast Hot Dogs served at McDonald’s has spread to all the colonies of the Wuxi China Expatdom. Expats just can”t get enough of the Hot Dogs which are served at breakfast at McDonald’s and come with a small cup of coffee, all for just 10 rmb. The WCE colonial Expats are finding ways to make the post Hot Dog consuming celebrations more and more elaborate.

In the Shanghai China Expatdom, an estimated million Expats converged at the McDonald’s near People’s Square and ate five hot dogs a person. They then all put on Pink Spandex Jump Suits and began waltzing.

In the Beijing China Expatdom, half a million Expats were seen doing the Hustle after having had the breakfast hot dogs at a McDonald’s near Tiananmen Square. One Beijing Expat, Chris Christie, broke Duston Short’s Hot Dog eating record consuming 200 of Dogs as he taught English at the Beijing branch of English Fungus. Christie’s record breaking performance inspired the Beijing Expats to put big fruity hats on their head and dance the Marimba.

The Wuxi China Expatdom King, his majesty Gorzo the Mighty, told the WCE Blog that he was glad to see friendly spirit of competition between the various WCE colonies as they tried to outdo each other in post hot dog jubilant dancing. His Majesty then quickly put an end to an interview, telling the WCE Blog interviewer that he had to get to McDonald’s before they stopped serving breakfast at 10 a.m.

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About wuxiandis

An English Teacher in Wuxi, China. Married to a local girl. Father of a boy born August 23, 2007.
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