Hello Guys! Welcome to Humor Nation. We are back again with another article related to CornHub (If you know what I mean). Up until now North Korea’s Corn habits have been its best kept secret, but we’ve made it our mission to leave no stone unturned when it comes to getting the cold hard CORNO facts.
So Let’s Take A Look At Adult Entertainment In North Korea!
1. The International average time spent on the adult entertainment site is 9 minutes and 16 seconds whereas in North Korea it’s 1 minute and 48 seconds on average. You can’t beat that kind of potency!
2. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has little catching up to do in regards to their female viewership which adds up to less than 2 percent of overall CornHub viewers in the country. Women account for 23 percent of Corn of viewers on a global scale. Join the fun women of North Korea.
3. Did you know that the former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il was known by several different names one of which being the ‘Eternal bosom of hot love’. Unsurprisingly the country which was once ruled by a man bearing his pseudonym has some pretty racy searches on CornHub, searches like ‘twerk’, ‘a local dance of seduction’ as well as ‘advanced warfare’ and ‘destroy bush’ show the North Koreans mean business in the bedroom.
4. Well it’s actually illegal to wear jeans for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, it doesn’t matter much because the countries listed top searched Corn stars clearly indicates that North Koreans sure know how to pick their preferred naked ladies. Check that the blonde babe Abigail Johnson takes first place followed closely by the great leader of Corn himself Mandingo.
5. North Korea is one of the only countries in the world with its own operating system for desktop computers. And we hear that RED STAR OS is actually pretty great as such it doesn’t come as a huge surprise that a whopping 94 percent of CornHub traffic derives from desktop. A solid 50 percent points over the international 44 percent average that’s a patriotism.
6. Retroesque is in when it comes to North Korea’s most popular web browsers. With Internet Explorer claiming 43 percent of the market shares and IE napping 37 percent. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it right.