15 Things You Never Knew Could Be Bootlegged

If you can make it, they can fake it. Learn more about the world of bootlegging liquor during an all-new season of Moonshiners Wednesdays at 10/9c on the Discovery Channel.

1. A village

Architects recreated the Austrian village of Hallstatt, a Unesco World Heritage Site, in Guangdong, China.

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2. Liquor

Moonshiners make and sell illegal liquor called moonshine out of the woods of Appalachia. Learn more about how they practice their illicit trade on the Discovery Channel’s Moonshiners.

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3. Starbucks

Under parody law this cafe named “Dumb Starbucks” was allowed to operate in California.

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4. An Apple store

Found in Kunming, China.

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5. A Classic Game Boy

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6. Coca Cola

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7. Disney Land

Found 45 minutes from Beijing, China.

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8. A Rolls Royce

Roland Tanglao / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: roland
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9. Hilary Duff

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10. Eggs

These “eggs” in China are made from calcium carbonate and parafin wax.

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11. McDonald’s

Quinn Dombrowski / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: quinnanya

Colon knot?

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12. A Wii

Ben Stephenson / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: benstephenson
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13. Sriracha

Seriously, is nothing sacred?

Joe Hall / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: joebeone
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14. Arm & Hammer

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15. Barbie

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