Chinese Gov’t Bans Crude Birth Control Slogans

Although the Chinese gov’t still strictly enforces its 1 child per family policy, China’s top family planning agency is cracking down on rude slogans used to enforce the country’s strict population limits:

Slogans such as ‘Raise fewer babies but more piggies,’ and ‘One more baby means one more tomb,’ have been forbidden.

China’s 28-year-old family planning policy limits most urban couples to just one child and allows some families in the countryside to have a second child if their first is a girl. Critics say it has led to forced abortions, sterilizations and a dangerously imbalanced sex ratio due to a traditional preference for male heirs, which has prompted countless families to abort female fetuses in hopes of getting boys.

After I read this article, I immediately called an emergency Senate meeting to try to find some acceptable slogans to help out the Chinese gov’t with their population problem. I’m sure these will be more than adequate, after all, we worked all night on them.

There are 1.3 billion of us. Enough already.

Wouldn’t you rather be eating a delicious Pocky or a Yan Yan?

Like we need more kids with the surname *Wong*.

Can you really fit another child into that shoebox you call a home?

Big screen TV’s are more entertaining and smell less.

If you have more than one baby we will find it, take it away and inject steroids into its face.

Although I’m not sure about the last one, I’m sure the first five are good enough to run a decent slogan program with.

If you think you have a slogan the Chinese gov’t might find useful, please leave it in the comment section and I’ll make sure they promptly receive it.

Have the poo-poo platter, not a baby

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