Modern Portrait of a Young Professional Business Woman. Photo: filadendron (Getty)
Sometimes you ask a company to erect a new building, and they take you just a tad too literally.
According to the Toronto Sun, the New Media Center in the Guangxi region of China has had a lot of people talking since it opened in August of this year, but it’s not the fact that it’s new or that it’s a center for media that is all the rage. So just what is it about the New Media Center that has everybody chatting it up?
Well, it really looks like a giant dick.
So….location #nanning China
Guangxi Center for New Media
Depending on the angle of the photograph , it is in fact erected
By Laurianna pic.twitter.com/evA57LGRQ7
— ᒪᗩᑌᖇIᗩᑎᑎᗩ (@Laurianna90) September 3, 2018
And let’s just say the fireworks show there last week didn’t do the building or its architects any favors either.
Gotta Hand it to the Chinese. This is the nation’s latest Erection in Guangxi. We see it here shooting out love all over the residents below. @RealTimers @billmaher @StephenKing @iamjohnoliver https://t.co/RYGPgLcvzt
— Case Frights (@casewrites) September 27, 2018
Of course, that last clip was obviously just a prankster having fun at the building’s expense. Still, there’s no denying that even when fireworks aren’t being ejaculated from the top floor, the building looks like a giant boomstick. Naturally, that has sent the masses to Twitter to weigh in on it. Here are just a few of our favorites:
“I do like it but don’t you think perhaps it’s a little … you know… a little bit too penisy?”
Architect: “Don’t worry, there’ll be so many fireworks and lights on the launch night, nobody will ever notice” pic.twitter.com/rqh04z5L2a
— Olaf Falafel (@OFalafel) September 25, 2018
Such a stimulating picture. Sorry, I couldn’t help it.. lol
— Hold Me! (@MrHuntinNoobs) September 5, 2018
Not going to lie I laughed a lot. No way this was a mistake. I tip my hat to the architects for having the… ba- fortitude to pull… that… off. Enjoy state prison.
— Andrew Mack (@Mack_SAnarchy) September 26, 2018