You can rent a boyfriend on Chinese New Year if you’re too damn tired to look for Mr. Right

January 26th, 2017
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These days you can buy almost everything online — from basic necessities like food and clothes, to anything that you can also find in the mall. But the difference is, with just a few clicks, the item will be shipped directly to your door — convenient and hassle-free, indeed.

And just when you thought you’ve seen enough of what the internet has to offer, you can now rent a boyfriend online for Chinese New Year! Like any other online transaction, it’s fast, convenient, and you don’t have wait for forever to have someone you can present to your titas on a very special occasion.

Uhm, pm sent!

CNY BF1

Facebook user Agassi Ching trended online when he posted a picture on his account with details on how ladies can have him as their date on Chinese New Year. His post went instantly viral, and right now, it has more than 36,000 likes and over 8,000 shares.

Although Agassi’s post was “just for fun,” apparently, this trend has been going on for a while and some people are seriously offering themselves as a “boyfriend for rent” this Chinese New Year!

Is it a social requirement to have someone on Chinese New Year? You know, so you can kiss them when the clock strikes 12 or you’ll get luckier if you’re not single on Chinese New Year?

 

In China, this trend is pretty popular among Chinese women and we’re not sure what to feel about the reasons why there’s a need for this.

In #China, there are websites where you can rent a boyfriend or girlfriend for visiting your family during special holidays. #Christmas pic.twitter.com/MQEfxAxHw5

— Chung Ying Central (@CentralCY) December 27, 2016

In China, if you're a girl and over 27, you're considered 'leftover' therefore some girls decided to rent a boyfriend which is common OMGGG

— Buckwheat (@amnisuhana) January 16, 2017

This one’s kinda sad, though.

You can rent a #girlfriend/#boyfriend online in #China to face the expecting parents while going home for new year. Start from US$100 daily. pic.twitter.com/MvhiWeJhxI

— VeryChina (@Very_China) January 16, 2017

Well, if you’re interested, just pm them and expect them delivered, I mean, right at your doorstep on Chinese New Year!

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