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灌狸猿 (guànlíyuán): watered weasel-ape
 
灌狸猿 (guànlíyuán): watered weasel-ape
[[File:wateredweaselape.jpeg|250px|thumb|right|''Watered weasel-ape.'']]
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[[File:wateredweaselape2.jpg|250px|thumb|right|''Watered weasel-ape.'']]
  
 
Sounds nearly the same as “administrator” (管理员 guǎnlǐ yuán). The watered weasel-ape originally referred to the administrators of [http://baike.baidu.com/ Baidu's online encyclopedia], where many [[mythical creatures]], including the [[grass-mud horse]], first appeared. (Entries about these animals were promptly deleted.) Now a watered weasel-ape is any Web administrator who censors vulgar or politically sensitive content.
 
Sounds nearly the same as “administrator” (管理员 guǎnlǐ yuán). The watered weasel-ape originally referred to the administrators of [http://baike.baidu.com/ Baidu's online encyclopedia], where many [[mythical creatures]], including the [[grass-mud horse]], first appeared. (Entries about these animals were promptly deleted.) Now a watered weasel-ape is any Web administrator who censors vulgar or politically sensitive content.

Revision as of 22:21, 23 September 2013

灌狸猿 (guànlíyuán): watered weasel-ape

Watered weasel-ape.

Sounds nearly the same as “administrator” (管理员 guǎnlǐ yuán). The watered weasel-ape originally referred to the administrators of Baidu's online encyclopedia, where many mythical creatures, including the grass-mud horse, first appeared. (Entries about these animals were promptly deleted.) Now a watered weasel-ape is any Web administrator who censors vulgar or politically sensitive content.

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