WATCH: These Shanghai-Based Travel Agents Are All About the Ladies

By That's, June 24, 2019

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Some travel agents will try and sell you on a destination based on the food, architecture, history and/or scenery that can be experienced there. Other agents, like the jokesters in Mamahuhu’s latest video, focus on something different, namely: women.

In the video below, a recently married gay couple are pitched a number of China getaways to destinations that are home to beautiful Chinese women. It’s a riot, we promise.

Watch below to see how the comical – and at times, cringeworthy – situation plays out (VPN off):


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[Cover image: screengrab via Mamahuhu/QQ Video]

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