There’s a New Chinese ‘Barbecue Goddess’ Going Viral on WeChat

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WeChat users have found a new “hot worker” to obsess about — meet the “Barbecue Goddess.” While the exact location of her barbecue stand is unknown, her picture was taken in the Eastern port city of Qingdao, China.

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Enchanted WeChat users ask questions like, “Who can tell me where this is?”, “What is the legendary barbecue goddess’s WeChat address?”, or slightly less creepy statements like, “For a face like that, I could buy dozens of chuàn.”

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This new barbecue goddess just adds to the growing list of hot workers that so far includes the McDonald’s Goddess, Cafeteria Goddess #1, Cafeteria Goddess #2, and of course the various hot street worker guys.

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To say the least, China could really use a proper dating culture.

h/t: Shanghaiist

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