Los Angeles, California - On a recent late night talk show, Clay Aiken described his visit to China Town in a New York City burrow as scary. Meaning no harm of course, but his comments raised more than a few eyebrows, as a number of self-conscious Chinese women immediately underwent comedic surgery to remove their natural God given beautiful Mongolian eye folds in order to look more Western in response.
"It's not really Clay's fault," said Todd Chang, a college student. "Those Chinese women want to look like that because they think Western women's eyes look so much more hotter than Chinese chick's eyes. His comment was only the last straw that broke the camel's back."
"I don't agree in part," said Richard Lee, spokesmen of the Asia American Affairs Culture Association. "It's racist or at least culturally insensitive comments like that, that put peer pressure on young impressionable Asian minds, making them feel that their rich cultural thousands of years old proud traditions and even their looks are inferior just because they are not Western."
"On behalf Mr. Aiken, I would like to apologize to the entire Chinese community for his culturally insensitive comments," said a spokesman for Aiken. "He actually misspoke on the matter. What he meant to say was his trip to Spanish Harlem was scary."
The spokesmen went on to say Aiken loves Chinese people, especially their exotic looking eyes, filled with a wisdom that cannot be obtained overnight, unless you had some kind of operation or something.
"They look so much hotter than Westerner's eyes," Aiken's spokesman quoted. "Because they look so different than my own or that of my family or any of my friends."