Wuxi Expats are definitely excited that to hear that a Burger King is coming to the Wuxi China Expatdom. When it was revealed in a local Wuxi Expat site that a Burger King was opening in the basement of Parksons on Renmin Road, millions of Wuxi Expats stormed onto the streets to celebrate.
In scenes resembling sports team championship celebrations, VE Day at the end of WWII, and the aftermath of a film lecture delivered by the President of the Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society Archduke, Harry Moore, Wuxi Expats whooped it up by kissing strangers, madly embracing in orgiastic acts, overturning police cars, and Prisyakda dancing. Water hoses had to be sprayed on the celebrants to cool their ardour.
Many jubilant Wuxi Expats told the WCE Blog that they would never forget for the rest of their lives where they were when they heard the news of the Burger King opening in Wuxi. Others said the day’s celebrations were the greatest moments of their lives.
Hans Klingerer, the German member of the WCE Trio: the backing band for the docile tones of vocalist Harry Callahan, said that the celebrations in Wuxi were much greater then those that he participated in after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Larry Drysdale, one of the oldest Expats living in Wuxi, told the WCE Blog, that the celebrations of Burger King coming to Wuxi were ten times greater than those in New York City on either VE or VJ Day in 1945. Drysdale rode his Shetland Pony down Zhongshan Road to celebrate. "I can hardly wait to eat a flame-broiled burger! I haven’t had one since I was living in Frisco in 75!" said Drysdale.
Ferguson Jenkins, from Chicago, Illinois, told the WCE Blog that he couldn’t care less if the Cubs ever won the World Series now he had experienced the celebrations in the Wuxi China Expatdom for the opening of a Burger King. "I don’t see how Chicago people could ever feel as excited over a Cub World Series victory as Wuxi China Expatdomites feel today over a Burger King coming!"
The greatest scene of celebrations could be seen in the Wuxi China Expatdom’s Harry Memorial Square Diamond, where an estimated eight hundred million Wuxi Expats Prisyadka danced and chanted "Flame Broiled Goodness! We can hardly wait!"