The man has reportedly gone into the women's room of a shopping center several times early in the morning to eat that butt stuff. Now, he's finally been caught by a news team. When asked about his behavior, he had this to say (courtesy of a translated interview from Shanghaiist):
Reporter: What’re you doing here? Man: Eating s**t. R: What? What’s in your hands? M: It’s s**t. R: Why would you want to do that? M: I eat it when I’m hungry. R: But why do you choose to go to the ladies’ room? M: It’s more tasty.
Reporter: Isn’t your family worried about you? Man: They’re all dead. R: Don’t you know this behavior isn’t good or healthy? M: I’ve eaten s**t for eight years. I feel better after eating it.
As many have been quick to point out, the color of this birthday-destroying dookie indicates that it was maybe even human - perhaps from a passing plane. Either way, the cake suddenly seems a little less appealing now.
A Michigan pastor named Rev. Matthew Makela (who is married with 5 kids) resigned this week from St. John’s Lutheran Church after he was caught cruising Grindr for men.
An anonymous source sent some screenshots of some of his chats to the gay news site Queerty, who exposed his hypocrisy to the church as well as the rest of the world.
In the conversations, he says he “loves making out naked,” “oral and massage,” and he reveals that he is a “top.”
Of course he probably just meant “top Biblical scholar,” right?
As Queerty points out, outing his private gay sex life is important here, as he has been an outspoken, anti-gay voice in his church and online.
He has compared being gay to being an alcoholic, and accused the transgender movement of assisting “opportunistic sickos.”
If Makela made even one LGBT kid at St. John’s “Christ-based” elementary school, their parents, friends, family or anyone who ever stepped foot in the church feel like being true to yourself is shameful (and it seems all too likely that he did), then we’re glad to share his hypocrisy with the world.
“The details of sin that have been kept confidential are being posted online by those who seek to do harm to the Makela family and to St. John’s,” writes Rev. Daniel Kempin. “This is taking an already difficult situation and making it even more painful.”
A pregnant woman in Nanchang, China was in an internet cafe when she gave birth to a baby. She was waiting for her boyfriend to meet her. Some patrons called an ambulance and wrapped the baby in cloth. Meanwhile she continued to play her game until she and the baby were taken to the hospital to be met with her boyfriend and family. Who knows why she kept playing during and after such a dramatic life event, maybe she had to get to the next checkpoint before she could save?