China's 'Big Brother Juice' Has Daily Allotment Of Gay Kissing, Nut Milk
In China there's a genre of manga comics called "boys love" where guys make out with other guys. They're intended for pubescent girls, but surely gay and bi boys like 'em too.
Perhaps "big brother juice" had "boys love" fans in mind when it decided to market itself by featuring two men kissing on the can.
Brian Ashcraft of the gaming blog Kotaku discovered this drink in Chinese convenience stores and explained the phenomenon:
These cans of "big brother juice" are aimed at Chinese rotten girls (the term for female fans of 'boys love' comics) and have been sold at... fan events in the past. The can proclaims things like "One hundred percent natural big brother juice", "Does not contain little sister juice", and notes that the beverage is not intended for minors.
Wait. What the hell is in coconut milk that minors can't drink?
Are retailers afraid that Chinese children will get addicted to gay nut milk? Do parents not want their kids drinking spunk? Or are the cans too racy for young audiences?
If that's the case, just move them to the top shelf where kids can't get them. There! Problem solved!