Toys For Tots: Chinese Couple Sell Their Children To Fund Video Gaming Addiction

July 26, 2011


A 21-year old Chinese couple WITH THREE CHILDREN sold them all to afford their internet cafe gaming addictions. The first child fetched less than $500, while the second two netted almost $4,600. No word what was wrong with the first one.

The couple was turned in after Li Lin, the father, told his mother what happened. She took them to the police, where they apparently showed no remorse.

"We didn't want to raise them," they said. "We just want to sell them for some money."

The couple met in an Internet cafe in 2007, and shortly after meeting quickly consummated the relationship and moved in together, spending most of their time playing video games in Internet cafes. Shortly after their first child was born in 2008, they left it at home and traveled 30km to play video games.

That's f***ed up. Granted when my dogs are bad I threaten to sell them to gypsies for mended pots and pans, but I'd never actually do it. Although, now that I think about it, I actually have sold children before. Get it? The sperm bank. Flushed a whole lot down the shower drain too.

Couple in China Buys Video Games by Selling Their Kids [weirdasianews]

Thanks to Melissa, who sells arts & crafts to afford video games. You know, like A NORMAL PERSON somebody crafty.

  • Terrible story:(

  • Matty Spinny

    well next time my parents say they'd trade me for a corvette i can tell them they wouldnt get that much for me. lmao

  • Toys and games for children are particularly essential as they are a amazing device to help you connect with your kid. As their vocabulary abilities are still very much not developed at that level, and their attention period restricted, contact and interaction while enjoying are essential in developing a connection with your kid.

  • Bubbubsky

    Considering that China executes more people than any other country, I think we know what's in store for this dynamic duo. And they deserve it, too.

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