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  • A.w
    A.w wrote:

    棒子

    [bàngzi / bang4 zi]
    noun.
    A nickname for Korean people, It’s offensive.

     杯具=

    [bēijù / bei1 ju4]
    noun.
    “Cups” or “cupware” is a pun for “tragedy”.

     BS =

    [bǐshì / bi3 shi4]
    verb.
    Although this is sometimes BS like the English “bullshit,” usually it is used to mean “despise.”

     BT =

    [biàntài / bian4 tai4]
    adjective.
    Perverted, deviant, abnormal.

     

    [bōli / bo1 li]
    noun.
    On the Chinese internet, “glass” is sometimes slang for “male homosexual” because it is a variant of “BL”

    which means “boys love”.

     餐具=

    [cǎnjù / can3 ju4]
    noun.
    “Dining utensils” (cānjù / can1 ju4) is a pun for “tragedy, disaster, travesty, calamity” (cǎnjù / can3 ju4).

    草泥

    [cǎonímǎ / cao3 ni2 ma3]
    pun/noun/expression/offensive.
    An alpaca, or literally “grass mud horse,” which is a pun for 操你妈 cao ni ma, “fuck your mom.” It was created by the Mop BBS in early 2009, maybe in response to government censorship.

    CCAV = CCTV

    noun.
    CCAV (China Central Adult Video) is a funny nickname for CCTV (China Central Television).

     CN =

    [cènà / ce4 na4]
    offensive.
    Shanghainese, similar to 操 “cao”, but maybe a little less strong.

     

    [chéngguǎn / cheng2 guan3]
    noun.
    City management or administrators tasked with enforcing municipal laws, regulations, codes, etc. They have a very poor reputation amongst the Chinese as being corrupt and violent brutes.

     

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    哈哈,Ami you are not 烧饼。 This is good. I always wondered about why my father was li gang but was too lazy to google it.

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Here, tell me if I'm using this phrase correctly.

    我想发什么帖子就可以发什么帖子,我爸是李刚。

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    我爸是草尼马

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    哥!

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