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This Chinese university building looks like an enormous toilet

This sparkling new Chinese university building located in Heinan, China, looks like a giant toilet from afar.

While it's possible that part of the design was intentional, some have accused the architect for being crass.

"From a fengshui standpoint, the design is very auspicious. We should give it some time," one observer told Shanghaist.

This is not the first time the Chinese people were creative with their buildings, The People's Daily Headquarters looked like a phallus after construction, and the design for the new Beijing airport looked like a giant vulva.

I think Chinese officials need to ban the construction of these "weird buildings" or better still dash Nigerians the money so we can buy Tomatoes.

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