These Derpy Tiger Sculptures Look Like My Face The Morning After CNY Dinner


Cover image via Sophia Art (Facebook) & Lim Jiamin (Facebook)

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2022 is the Year of the Tiger.

Tigers are symbols of strength, courage, and power in the Chinese culture.

In ancient times, people compared these strong creatures to emperors or kings, considering these animals to be cruel, forceful, and terrifying.

In light of this year's zodiac, some tiger sculptures have stolen the spotlight for looking... pretty unusual

Facebook user Sophia Art, who lives in Kulim, shared these photos of a group of tigers in a public Facebook group on 16 January.

The post has since been shared over 1,100 times.

In the photos, the tigers are seen sitting or walking around an open space, looking like a cross between Alice In Wonderland's cheshire cat and a hyena.

Yeah, terrifying alright.

Several other derpy ones have also popped up on the Internet...

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One person spotted this skeptical tiger judging people at Jonker Walk...

... and these other 'chonky' ones definitely represent how I feel after all that CNY feasting. 

While some tigers try very hard to be scary, their smaller family members just couldn't be bothered:

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