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Kidding Mungbean, Brutal Garlic and Mad Corn
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豆你玩 (Kidding Mungbean)
豆你玩 (Kidding Mungbean)


"Kidding Mungbean" has become an Internet buzz word in China -- one of several humorous terms that express the rage and resignation of consumers faced with crazy food prices.


As food prices soared this year, netizens invented a series of buzz words including "Brutal Garlic" and "Mad Corn."


And people have been changing their online names to "Vegetable Slave" and exchanging tips on where to find the best grocery bargains.

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