Difference between revisions of "West Korea Lukewarm Current"
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The West Korea Lukewarm Current is an eastward current created off the shore of East Korea by the meeting of the warm East Korea Warm Current, from the south, and some cold North current or other which no one gives a rat's ass about since it's named after one of those other Koreas. Pfft.
The West Korea Lukewarm Current is responsible for the offshore transit of 73% of East Korea's soluble waste and 21% of its nonsoluble waste. Greenpeace threatened to protest the illegal pumping of waste into the ocean by forming a chain of boats across the East Korea Lukewarm Current, but the protest was called off when their rubber dinghies kept melting.
Lost tourists floating down Happy Go Fun Foam in West Korean Lukewarm Current