Staples has released another crappy commercial about their giant red “easy” button. This time they have drawn inspiration from the Chinese.
By pushing the “easy” button, the Great Wall of China was erected and protecting its citizens from invading Mongols.
Unfortunately, just like many Chinese restaurants' kitchen staff, the emperor’s foot soldier is Mexican. Not Chinese-Mexican, just pure simple Mexican.
Plus, the emperor was not speaking Mandarin Chinese when the commercial showed English caption “dang”. What he said was "sei laa" (死啦), which is "death" in Cantonese.