In the small Chinese village of Liucunbu locals unearthed an unknown rubbery "fungus" deep underground while drilling a well.
Unsure of the fungus`s origin or genus the workers consulted the investigative journalism program Xi'an Up Close, who sent reporter Ye Yunfeng on the scene. Once there, she soon identified the mysterious fungus as a mushroom native to the region.
But the story doesn`t end so neatly. You see the villagers actually dug up a lost double ended sex toy featuring a vagina on one end and an anus on the other. Taken from a transcript of the show:
"On this side, you can see what looks like a pair of lips," [Ye] adds. "And on that side, there is a tiny hole which extends all the way back to this side. The object looks very shiny, and it feels really fleshy and meaty too."
"I've done my own research on the internet," says the afore-mentioned villager. "It's a type of lingzhi mushroom, called the taisui." Without skipping a beat, reporter Ye chimes in with her own research, saying this type of lingzhi is generally found in the Shaanxi region deep underground and is hence rarely seen. "When the Emperor Qin Shi Huang was on the hunt for the secret to longevity," she elucidates, "it is said he discovered this lingzhi was the answer."
ROFL, oh mercy!