The Most Hated Women In China Could Be Doing Your Nails In Brooklyn

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Think your ever-single BFF's standards for dating are high? Check out Feng Luoyu, the most hated women in China, whose checklist for Mr. Right is as long Great Wall of China; or at least, in this case, the Brooklyn Bridge. Luoyu demands that her future husband "Must be a post-graduate of economics from Tsinghua or Beijing University, with a height of 5'9" to six feet. He must have never been a father, and any ex-girlfriends must not have had abortions. He has to be a native of eastern-coastal China. He should not be an employee of state companies, but it’s okay if he works for PetroChina, Sinopec, or top banks." Luoyu's crazy demands and outlandish comments (think Jessica Simpson on Newlyweds) has landed her a new role—aside from her Chinese reality TV show prima-donna gig, as the NY Post reports, that is—as a manicurist at a local Brooklyn nail salon. So, ladies, warn your guy friends, because word on the street is that she is now seeking a "real American" with an Ivy League degree. And maybe with that kind of education, they could teach her a thing or two—she recently made the scholarly remark, "Einstein is for sure not smarter than me. He invented light, right?” Right... (NY Post)
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