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China Has The Big Cock Trump’s Always Wanted (VIDEO)

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January 28 marks the start of the Chinese Year of the Rooster, and China is preparing for its celebration in a tremendous way.

After a 23-foot-tall rooster statue with an uncanny resemblance to Donald Trump appeared in a Chinese shopping center two weeks ago, Chinese manufacturers have been having a blast producing replicas of the cocky statue, which features the President-elect’s golden ‘do, signature hand gestures, and fowl demeanor.

Imitations of the larger-than-life statue have appeared on Chinese e-commerce sites like Alibaba and Taobao, with options ranging from the miniature to the massive, including enormous inflatable versions that dwarf even the original. Caile Inflatable Products Co., a Zhejiang-based factory, is producing inflatable versions that are over 65 feet tall.

Can’t commit to a fowl Trump that’s taller than your house? Fear not, because you can customize your size — you can have a petite Trump cock to showcase in your living room, a menacing Trump to flaunt his tiny wings in the front yard, or a towering Trump to Make Your Neighborhood Great Again.

The factory’s manager, Li Haiyan, claims the likeness to the President-elect is purely coincidental, but the original statue’s designer, Seattle-based artist Casey Latiolais, is less shy about the resemblance:

“I can definitely say Mr.Trump has a lot of similarities in that he likes to tweet. And he also likes to tweet at or around sunrise, and if you take away the fact that roosters are kind of loud and self-absorbed, then I think you can start drawing similarities that way.”

The giant Trump rooster isn’t Latiolais’ only jab at the President-elect: He’s also the creator of the Dicktator, a Mr. Potato Head-inspired masterpiece that promises to “Make America Baked Again!”

It’s no shock that the Chinese would get such a kick out of poking fun at The Donald. After all, he does love talking smack about ‘Gina.

And what does Trump have to say about this Chinese trend? Well, he hasn’t crowed about it yet, but we’re sure it won’t be long.

 

Featured image by Gage Skidmore via Flickr, available under CCA 2.0 generic license

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