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6 December 2007 4 Comments

For about the last year I’ve been a bit of a hypochondriac – if I see floaties in my vision or my jaw starts making that weird clicking noise I contemplate increasing my life insurance policy. But if one day I realized that my sweat was neon green I just don’t know what I would do. You all know that I have an equal disgust for all of God’s people, but aside from the fact that they have such a high population, why do weird body things like this always happen in China?


Doctors in China admit they are baffled after a man began to perspire green sweat.

Cheng Shunguo, 52, of Wuhan city, says his sweat turned green in the middle of November. “I noticed that my underwear and bed sheets were all green, and even the water in the shower,” he said.

Cheng says he feels no discomfort, but went to hospital because he was worried about his condition. Doctors thoroughly cleaned his armpits but it took only 10 minutes for his sweat to turn a piece of white gauze green again. They have carried out blood tests on Cheng, but found everything to be normal.

“We can’t find the cause,” admitted a spokesman for the hospital which reported the case to the media in the hope of finding a solution.

Thembi Says: Ok Cheng, you may feel no discomfort, but seeing you with that lil’ piece of gauze makes me wanna knee Kermit the Frog in the groin. Please handle that.

4 Comments »

  • Regina said:

    Thembi, Thembi, Thembi…
    where do you find this stuff. you better leave those strange oriental people alone!

  • Qucifer said:

    that shit finna happen to me if i keep eating edamame the way I do

  • Dirty Red said:

    You gotta be kidding… right?

  • Janet said:

    All of our old electronics go to China to be broken down, recycled, reused, or destroyed by burning. They actually burn plastic and it turns the air noxious to a point where it can damage lungs. I suspect all that e-waste, including mercury seeping into the ground, has contributed to these odd occurrences.

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