Diners Feast Around Giant Hot Pot in Inner Mongolia

By Bridget O'Donnell, July 9, 2016

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China really seems to have a penchant for giant hot pot feasts (see exhibits A, B and C).

The latest addition to the country's burgeoning big ass hot pot scene took place recently in Batou, Inner Mongolia, where diners feasted around a traditional-style pot. Well, not traditional in that it stood at 9 meters tall.

Giant F***ing Hot Pot in Inner Mongolia

Giant F***ing Hot Pot in Inner Mongolia

Giant F***ing Hot Pot in Inner Mongolia

No word yet on where the next comically huge hot pot feast will take place in China.

[Images via Xinhua]

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