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We’re not saying that Michael Jordan didn’t have a nice pooper, but this is pretty ridiculous.
Check out this “Jordan” gear that some idiots in China got duped into thinking was the real deal during their recent “Singles’ Day” shopping extravaganza on November 11. Singles’ Day is apparently the largest offline and online shopping day in the world, and that probably has something to do with the fact that something like 95 trillion people call that country home.
Anyway, check this out:
After China’s big “singles’ day” online shopping binge, survivors share stories of the fake rubbish they bought, like these Jordans. pic.twitter.com/DQVy6ZBXuQ
— Chris Buckley 储百亮 (@ChuBailiang) November 20, 2017
The economic stats that come out of China’s Singles’ Day are fascinating. In fact, they’re almost as fascinating as that rump on the fake Jumpman, as the one-day sales total from this year alone was more than $25.4 billion.
The good news for those who got duped into buying the fake Jordan gear and all of us who are sitting at our desks laughing at them? You guessed it – at least now we know what it would look like if Michael Jordan and Kim Kardashian had a kid who went on to play buckets.