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The owl-shaped container, dated at least 3,000 years ago to ancient China's Shang Dynasty (1766BC to 1122 BC), has a plump body, bulging eyes and pointed beak, all vivid features of the online icon. Even the pot cover's tine tip has a joyous resemblance to the Angry Birds' flaring forelock. The hilarious likeness was first discoverd by a Beijing sina micro blogger, who posted a photo of the relic online after a visit to the Shanxi Museum in Taiyuan of Central China's Shanxi province where it is put on display, according to a news report on Chutian Metropolis Daily. The post then went viral, forwarded thousands of times on the Internet. A netizen described the ancient holder as "the most lovely and trendy Shang Dynasty relic".
Originally posted by littlesheep2011
The post then went viral, forwarded thousands of times on the Internet.
such a coincidence....funny funny funny...