Chou Chou Got so Dirty (& Smelly), Mushrooms Grew on It

Image: World of Buzz

I can never understand why some people need a Chou Chou, or Bantal Busuk. I’ve always thought of it as a toddler/growing up thing.

Maybe it’s just me, but I’ve never had a Chou Chou.

Geez, is it really that surprising? I think it might be due to the fact that my parents are very hygienic people and changes pillows/bolsters regularly that I never had the chance to own a Chou Chou.

Anyway, for those of you with Chou Chou, how often do you guys actually wash them? Once a month? Once every half a year?

…Once a year?

Well, purveyors of Chou Chou, I might have found you guys your one true king.

Here, have a look at this Facebook post from Kaki Share:

Ni baru betul2 berkulat bantal dia. Siap tumbuh cendawan kat bantal busuk. Tag kawan korang yang ada bantal busuk.

Posted by Kaki Share on Wednesday, 31 January 2018

What. The. Unholy. F*ck.

Now, I have no idea if this is the ultimate Chou Chou all of you are striving for, but I sure as heck ain’t gonna wrap my arms around it.

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This alleged Chou Chou has garnered the attention of Chou Chou owners far and wide, and has been shared more than 10,000 times since being uploaded on 31 Jan.

Image: Kaki Share Facebook

If you’re thinking that it’s too ridiculous or that it’s photoshopped, look carefully:

Image: Kaki Share Facebook

Those white spots suggests signs of mildew infestation, which is just another word for… ‘gross’.

Unsurprisingly, netizens took this chance to make jokes, according to World of Buzz.

Some say that the owner of this now famous item can make mushroom dishes once he/she wakes up.

Image: RecipeTin Eats

Anybody hungry?

Some also call it the newest way of planting mushrooms, where the owner can just pluck the mushroom and eat while still lying on the bed.

Image: Metro

Living the millennial life yo!

Who knows, a bantal busuk may even be a better breeding ground than soil…

Just saying.

Next time you hug your Chou Chou, make sure you check if there’s any mushrooms growing on it!

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