Network language


Internet language is available Two meanings: one refers to the terms and vocabulary related to the Internet and computer technology and applications; the other refers to the language used by people to communicate and express themselves through the use of computer Internet media.

Internet language is a new language form that is different from the traditional plane media with the development of the Internet. With its concise and vivid form, it has been favored by a large number of netizens since its birth, and it has developed rapidly.

Internet languages ​​include pinyin or abbreviations of English letters. Network animations and pictures that contain a certain meaning of numbers and vivid images were mainly the methods that networms took to improve the efficiency of online chatting or for certain specific needs. Over time, a specific language was formed. The new vocabulary emerging on the Internet mainly depends on its own vitality. If those energetic Internet languages ​​can withstand the test of time, we can accept them after conventions are established. And if it cannot stand the test of time, it will soon be abandoned by netizens.

Historical evolution


The emergence and dissemination of this type of language mainly depends on the Internet population, as well as a large number of mobile phone users. Internet languages ​​such as "dinosaurs, crushes, mold girls, frogs, jealous men, and Dongdong" often appear in chat rooms. Words such as "next door, upstairs, downstairs, landlord, diving, and watering" often pop up from their posts in BBS. There are rich and vivid emoticons in QQ chats, such as a waving hand representing "Goodbye, a puffing cup means drinking tea. "Near dialect words" are also used more and more in mobile phone text messages, such as "Lengsong" (Northwest Dialect, pronunciation lěng sóng, meaning "exhaustion"), etc..


If you pay attention to and summarize the words that people often say when expressing anger in recent years, you will I found a clear evolutionary route. That is, the "wow si" originally introduced by Hong Kong and Taiwan (although it mostly means surprise in China later, it was a curse at first)-Fuck-I rely on- I am down (now more in this literally more civilized form)-I am dizzy, I go-I laugh. Why are the ones in the middle accepted by people from the beginning to the later abandonment, this is the language of the people In the process of selection, those words that do not conform to the times and social development will eventually be abandoned in the long river of history, and only those that are recognized by most people will have lasting vitality.

In response to the proliferation of online language on the Internet, many experts have issued appeals to resist vulgar and vulgar Internet language such as "youmei" and "dan pain", and to provide netizens with a pure Internet environment.

So it can be spread because it is recognized and reflects a certain reality, similar to Internet terms like your sister and Dan Pain, which vividly reflect the mood of netizens at the time. Why can't they be used to express emotions? Maybe in the adolescence of Internet terms There will be many bad words, but for how long these words can survive, a big question mark must be drawn.

Phrase type

Letter type

Font Input is the most basic form of online chat, and characters need to be sent to the other party’s display screen through a keyboard or touch screen. Typing speed is definitely difficult to synchronize with thinking, and it is far from convenient as direct dialogue. Therefore, replacing Chinese characters with simple and efficient letters becomes a problem. Netizens are the first choice for chatting. Its richness of connotation has surpassed the formal textual expression mode.

For example: GG (brother), JS (profite business), PFPF (admire and admire), ZT (repost), etc. Language usually extracts the first letter of a Chinese phrase, which is easier to understand and recognize, so it can be widely adopted and disseminated. Similar to it are Internet terms that are abbreviated or changed from English phrases, such as GF (girl friend, girlfriend). ), PK (derived from the word "playerkill" in online games, meaning challenge, kill, and final elimination). Many of these terms do not conform to the English grammatical norms, or are even wrong, such as CU (see you, Goodbye), good good study, day day up (study hard, day up every day), but because of its simple form, convenient input, and precise expression, it has a very high frequency of use on the Internet.

Numbers Type

Arabic numerals are more commonly used in chats. Netizens use numbers The homophony and implied meaning of the characters express many daily life terms in the form of a combination of numbers. It is simple to write and looks clear at a glance, such as: 886 (bye bye), 9494 (that's it), etc. Under normal circumstances, the meanings of the 10 Arabic numerals are as follows: 0——you, 1——one, meaning, you, 2——love, hungry, 3——birth, thinking, deep, true, scattered, 4 ——Think, Lose, Yes, Death, Son, World, 5——I, Go, Woo, Dance, Suffering, But , Dear, apologize, go, 8-worship, don't, no, bar, help, 9-just, go, save, add, and for a long time. According to this convention, many rich contents can be written in Arabic numerals. Expressed in different permutations and combinations.

Mixed type

When simple letters and numbers are not enough to express the emotional appeal of netizens, a model that mixes them with text, English words, etc. according to needs, becomes a network The previous non-mainstream expressions, such as: happiness ing (combination of Chinese words and English verb suffixes to indicate the process of enjoying happiness), 3q (combination of numbers and English letters, thank you), me2 (metoo, combination of English words and numbers) , Me too), + U (combination of arithmetic symbols and English letters, come on), this multi-character network term undoubtedly does not conform to any language specification, or even has no rules to follow, but it is based on simplicity , The form of expression aimed at "understanding and speaking clearly" allows netizens to play freely without being restricted by the shackles of traditional language and grammar.

Word meaning variant type

On the Internet, homophonic terms derived from original words such as text, phrases, or English words are quite common. The expression of mutated online words The meaning of is far from the literal original meaning, but its popularity and usage environment determine that most netizens will not have ambiguity. This kind of Internet words are more commonly used such as: Fans-the transliteration of English fans, the meaning of being super infatuated with someone or something; jam-over prizes; porridge-like; bamboo (or board pig)-moderator; yuba ——The server owner; the group of pigs——the group owner, etc. The extensive use of homophones overcomes the rigidity and dullness of the text in online communication, and increases the spirituality of the text, so it is very popular among netizens. In addition to homophones, more familiar phrases in traditional languages ​​have also been given new meanings, such as: "dinosaur"-a long, unattractive female netizen, with a derogatory meaning of speech. The equivalent of "frog" refers to Ugly-looking male netizens.

Spoken language network

Although online language chat is mainly literal communication, its essence is still colloquial. Therefore, the application of modal particles in daily life is also very common in the Internet. The Internet lacks other body and expression language for face-to-face communication. Modal particles can fully highlight and mobilize the atmosphere of online communication. For example: "Wow, you finally showed up!" "Oh, it's Jiangzi!" etc. In these two example sentences, "Wow, oh" is also often used in life, regardless of its original attributes. How, they are used as modal auxiliary words on the Internet.

Picture type

Internet chat devices such as computers and mobile phones do not have the function of emotional synchronization during face-to-face communication. It is difficult to achieve perfect results only by using characters to express the emotions of netizens. The combination of special symbols to form interesting character expressions can better make up for this shortcoming, such as: “(^_^) ”——smile, “(╯ ^╰) ”—— sad face, “: D”—— Open your mouth and laugh and wait. According to the survey, there are nearly 200 popular emoticons on the Internet, all of which are created by netizens in simulating real-life communication. They are vivid and vivid, and have strong and effective visual stimuli to the recipients. They are naturally received by many netizens. Sought after.

Many instant chat software such as QQ, WeChat, etc. cater to the needs of the Internet, using gif pictures to create and solidify a lot of characters and animal expressions, which are convenient for netizens to send directly to each other when they use them. These pictures are more vivid and interesting. , It saves a lot of time when netizens chat, and makes the chat more emotional.

Nowadays, whether it is a computer or a mobile phone, emojis have become an essential online language in chat tools.

Vocabulary evolution type

Innovation is the basic element of Internet language. Any type of Internet language has new ideas different from traditional languages, but most of them are based on traditional languages. Above, with the development of society and the progress of science and technology, new vocabulary is also constantly appearing. This kind of innovation is first reflected on the Internet, and extends from the Internet to life, and is finally accepted by the academic community, such as: "Diaosi "—It was originally a term created by "Bitter B Youth" in the spirit of self-deprecating. It was originally intended to be a mocking term for a class of men with the characteristics of being poor, ugly, old, dull, short, and fat. Pursuing, it has evolved from the uncivilized meaning when it first came into being into a cultural phenomenon. In the final analysis, it is a reflection of Chinese cultural phenomenon and outstanding social problems. "Gao Fu Shuai"-Describes that men are impeccable in terms of height, appearance, and wealth. It evolved from Japanese comics and fermented into a popular vocabulary on the Internet. Its corresponding antonym is "Dwarf and poor".

The open network environment makes new vocabulary rapidly popularized. Almost every year, there are quite a lot of popular online words. For example, in 2013, there were as many as 1,350 popular new words. And "about 1,000 new linguistic words appear in contemporary Chinese every year".

Abbreviated and expanded

Internet language pursues simplicity, innovation, vividness and clarity of expression, and will not cater to traditional language norms, which eliminates obstacles to its arbitrary performance The phrase or sentence formed by, is also full of contradictions with traditional grammar, such as: "Hi, Da Pu Ben"-the abbreviated usage of the four idioms: "Happy to hear and see, to be happy, to celebrate with all the world, and to tell each other." "——Life is already so difficult, so don't let it go. These Internet "idioms" all have a common feature, which is that a relatively complete long sentence is abbreviated into four characters, and these four characters are not the only supporting point in the sentence, and the new words formed do not conform to the Chinese phrase. Mode, of course, whether its popularity can determine its longevity still needs to pass the test of time. In addition, there is also a new word composed of text splits, such as Zuozhao Gongshen (super strong), which is also a non-standard Internet term, as opposed to the above-mentioned sentence condensed into four words. In terms of its characteristics and significance are more obvious.

Sentence type

Netizens have a keen sense of real society and hot spots on the Internet. On the contrary, these hot spots will also give birth to some new Internet terms, such as Waist, it’s good for a teenager to marry me.” This sentence comes from a poem on the Internet, and “My dad is Li Gang” is a strong backlash triggered by social news, and similarly, “Yuanfang, what do you think” "My friends and I were stunned" and so on. As these sentences became popular, the scope and connotation of their use continued to change.

To sum up, "Internet language is not only a simple replacement of ideographic, phonetic or representation in language", its nine basic characteristics basically cover the netizens’ An attitude towards the times. The open and virtual Internet and hundreds of millions of netizens determine the diversification of online language development. Time and history will eventually eliminate languages ​​that are out of touch with the times, and they will inevitably produce a large number of new words and sentences in accordance with the times.

Social Evaluation

China Education and Research Computer NetworkLiang Rui Chen Jiandong

Internet language has become essential for netizens to communicate online However, in daily life applications, due to some vocabulary communication barriers, Internet language not only brings people a sense of novelty, but also causes inconvenience to people’s communication.

This issue has also attracted the attention of the competent authorities. The National Language Reform Commission held an expert seminar on English alphabetic words and online languages ​​to standardize online languages.

For more than 40 million netizens, online language has a unique charm. A college student said in an interview that online language is also a kind of culture. First of all, in order to save trouble, such as saying "goodbye" on the Internet, generally only the number "88" is used instead. Secondly, many Internet terms have their own meanings, such as "rookie", "dinosaur" and so on. If you directly say that you are "really a terrible novice" or "this is really an ugly girl", you will feel lost. Some taste. There is also the use of "watering" to describe spamming posts on the forum, which is very vivid, and other words may not express this feeling. The Internet is a relatively free virtual space, and traditional language norms and meanings should be consciously maintained and not twisted.

For Internet language, the attitude of experts has gone through a process from "dismissing" to "researching norms".

National Language and Characters Reform Committee

A person in charge of the National Language and Characters Reform Committee said that the Internet language has attracted their attention, but still At the stage of research and discussion, we must first have a better understanding and understanding of network language, and then we can decide when and how to standardize.

Since we can't come up with a good plan to regulate network language, where will the network language go? Some authoritative dictionaries in the United States, Britain, and other countries have already included some online languages. Will the "Modern Chinese Dictionary", which is the authoritative domestic Mandarin dictionary, also include them? Some experts from the Dictionary Office of the Institute of Language Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences expressed their views. Zhang Tiewen, an assistant researcher in the dictionary office, believes: "Whether an online language can be included or not has to go through a process of natural selection.

" He gave an example. ", but now everyone calls it a mobile phone, but few people call it "Big Brother." The competent department did not stipulate that "Big Brother" could not be called, nor did it use administrative power to enforce it. But everyone feels that the term "Big Brother" is not good, and it has the nature of the underworld. Now that mobile phones have already entered the homes of ordinary people, there is no need to call them "Big Brother Da", so the word was eliminated. It has been less than two or three years in between. This is a natural selection process.

The birth of new words is more based on conventions. Everyone agrees that they have vitality. This part of the new words will be included in the "Modern Chinese Dictionary". The development of online languages ​​will also have a trend in the future: some of them fend for themselves like "Big Brother"; the other will come off the Internet and become people's daily language.

Zhang Tiewen said that the dictionary office is currently compiling a "New Words Dictionary". Some online languages, such as "rookie", "prawn", and "irrigation" can reflect new things and can Words that are accepted by everyone and used more frequently will be included. The dictionary was officially published in 2009.

On November 10, 2010, in the headline headline "Jiangsu Geili, "A Cultural Province" on the front page of "People's Daily", the hot internet word "Geili" was used at that time. As soon as the manuscript was published, it immediately aroused the popularity of netizens, and the incident of "Gili" on the front page of "People's Daily" was also named by netizens as the "Top Ten Cultural Events" of the year.

Derivative Disciplines

With the deepening of network language research, a brand-new language discipline-Weblinguistics (Netlinguistics) was born.

This subject was first proposed by Professor Zhou Haizhong, a well-known Chinese scholar, in the article "A New Language Subject-Cyber ​​Linguistics" published in 2000. Since then, network linguistics has attracted the attention of academic circles. A well-known Spanish scholar, Dr. Perste Guero, published a monograph "Network Linguistics: Language, Discourse and Thought on the Internet" published in 2003, and made a more comprehensive and systematic discussion of network linguistics. In 2005, the well-known British linguist Professor David Crystal published an article "The Scope of Cyber ​​Linguistics", in which he made an in-depth discussion on the influence of the Internet and information technology on language. Network linguistics has become a hot spot in linguistics research, and its theoretical system and research methods need to be continuously improved.


On November 10, 2010, the word "giuli" made its headlines on the front page of "People's Daily", and netizens exclaimed "too great". From the initial "Martian text" to today's buzzwords, online languages ​​have become more and more accepted by the public.

Netizens regard this incident as a major event recognized by online language, and some netizens have asked whether the powerful newspapers can drive online language to "correct". Netizen "Xiao Xiaoya" said: Internet language is no longer a minority language, and has become an inseparable part of people's lives. A small number of Internet languages ​​have been included in dictionaries, but this is only a small part of them. We look forward to it. The day when most online languages ​​officially "turned to normal".

In September 2015, in order to create a civilized campus environment, Jizhong Sanxin Kaiyin School, Zhongshan City, Guangdong Province announced that it would ban popular online language.


Concise interpretation

  • Chopping wood: can't I?, can’t I? ?

  • MM: Cuties, beautiful girls

  • Dip: of

  • < p>BT: Abnormal
  • PMP: Flattering

  • PMPMP: Flattering desperately

  • Rookie: Bad novice

  • 286: Outdated

  • 748: Go to death

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  • SB: idiot

  • DB: funny

  • lw: gift

  • OUT, bump: old-fashioned

  • V587: mighty and domineering

  • harmony , River Crab: Block, Delete

  • Bitten by countless mosquitoes: New Mosquito Lianbo

  • The Kingship: Authority, Truth< /p>

  • Y: Why, why

  • Jar: Forum

  • Alise : Travelers, people who like to travel, backpackers

  • Silver: People

  • 囧: Helpless

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  • MS: Looks like

  • Special: He

  • = =||,-- ||: speechless

  • I: Me

  • Little P: kids, young people

  • Xiaoqiang: Cockroach

  • Xia Mi, Shenma: What?

  • Table: No

  • Porridge: I like it

  • Soy sauce: like this

  • Stuffed purple: like that Zi

  • Women: Good

  • Gongshen: Strong

  • Top: Support

  • Khan: Speechless

  • Cold: Surprised

  • Grey often: very

  • Brother House: Fuck

  • Chrysanthemum: Butt

  • < li>

    Killing: Card Game

  • Fans: fans, supporters

  • Why: Kiss

  • After the day I am soft: soft

  • cu: see you, goodbye

  • nc: brain damage

  • TMD: Fuck

  • TNND: his grandma’s

  • RPWT: character issue

  • < li>

    sg, handsome pot: handsome guy

  • pm: short message

  • 3q: thank you

  • bc: idiot

  • bb: goodbye, hug

  • pf: Admire

  • pk: singled out, group out

  • lr: bad guy

  • RP: Character

  • rt: As title

  • tk: Peeping

  • zt: Repost

  • ZNL: Positive energy

  • zz: Repost, mentally retarded

  • dd: Dingding

  • ==: Wait

  • PP: Picture

  • RB: barbecue, RB music

  • Two, rabbit: silly

  • BD: Baidu

  • RMB: Renminbi

  • QB: Q currency

  • < li>

    YY: obscenity

  • GD: hook up

  • GY: seduce

  • YD: Lascivious

  • MB: Maiba

  • XB: Xueba

  • CB: Caiba

  • NOOB: Noob

  • LAG: Card machine< /p>

  • Children's shoes: classmates

  • Sang Xin: Sad

  • Protein: Idiot, idiot, neurotic

  • Labor and management: Laozi

  • Bali, Baga: Idiot, bastard, idiot

  • duang: Modal particle

  • Friction: literal meaning

  • GTG : Got to go, I’m going

  • TTYL: talk to you later, I’ll talk to you later

  • BFF: best friend forever, forever best friend

  • BFFL: best friend for life, best friend for life

  • GLHF: good luck have fun, I wish you have fun\happy

  • GF: girl friend (also translated as: good friend)

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  • BF: boy friend boyfriend (also translated as: best friend best friend)

  • CP: couple (or couple on TV , Usually prefixed by the two-letter name abbreviation)

  • LZ: means the original poster. Similarly, LS and LX also represent upstairs and downstairs, and 4L represents the first Four people who speak in the post (fourth floor)

  • Dive: just look at the post without commenting on it.

  • Steaming and cooking: Zhengzhu

Detailed explanation

  • 213: 1 and 3 are written very close to the letter B, B is a homonym, and 2 or S form SB/2B (swearing), synonymous with NC, in short, it is stupid, brain-dead Meaning

  • SF/BD/DB/DXS: is the sofa/bench/floor/basement, the purpose is purely for the town/occupation. Reply in order.

  • F: is to float, in order to prevent the post from sinking.

  • W: is to dig (the grave) and make meaningless replies to the sinking posts.

  • Playing soy sauce: Passing is irrelevant or just watching the excitement.

  • Waiting to live: is Hold (translation: control)

  • ST: Brush posts/pictures, for the town building or get points.

  • Water: That is meaningless. For example, "water posts" refer to posts that are of little use.

  • Save the respect: It means to save (the host) dignity. For example, the poster (the host) has no reply for a long time due to the indifference or sinking of the content of the post. At this time, the reply "Pan Zun" contains the meaning of joking about the host (this does not count as digging the grave), but generally praises or presents flowers. The emperor's reply to "Ban Zun" mostly admires the original poster, and is unwilling to let the post sink. Wan Zun is both commendatory and derogatory. Sometimes a post like me can "self-help" if it is too heavy.

  • Board: The homophony rolls out, and angrily lets the other person leave.

  • Splash without moving: I was not moved and was splashed with cold water. If in a specific game discussion group (such as Minecraft), there is also the meaning of pouring other liquids (such as lava or juice).

  • Long hair reaches the waist: Original text: When my hair reaches the waist, can a boy marry me?

  • Like one: That is, click on the post to vote for flowers/like/fan a fan/reward/great and other words PS: People who like to do this kind of things often It is the Zanshi/Xianhuadi, etc., defending the peace of the group at any cost.

  • He abandoned treatment: Why give up treatment? It is mostly used for taunting or self-defeating.

  • Torch Liu Ming:Leave your name in front of the homophonic tone (Leave your name before the post becomes popular) , And of course there is Tomato Lumen (before deleting the post, leave your name)

  • I feel tired of not loving:Very Tired, I feel I won't love anymore.

  • Personnel Officer? : Is this a human thing?

  • Department Manager: The homophony is not clear and Jue Li (Although [the original poster] doesn’t understand what he said, it seems to be very powerful)

  • Memorial Hall: Homo-yin Jing Nagun (take away the experience and go away quickly)

  • Please allow sadness< /b>: Please allow me to make a sad face.

  • It really works: Describes that trying and persistence can come true. It has the meaning of encouragement and can replace dreams to come true.

  • Said Naojue I: Other people talked and laughed again, and I think I have a lot of trouble. Used for self-deprecating.

  • My friends stayed: My friends and I were shocked......

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  • Run softly: Pack your belongings (the dialect of household goods is soft) and run quickly!

  • Show lower limit: Show off your super low IQ.

  • Battle five scum: Fighting scum with less than 5 points. Refers to low combat effectiveness.

  • Think carefully: means "think carefully and feel terrible".

  • Xida Puben: is the abbreviation of "Happy to hear, happy to see, happy in the world, celebrating in the whole world, running and telling each other".

  • People are hard to dismantle: It means "Life has been so difficult, and some things should not be dismantled".

  • Ah painful comprehension: "Ah what a painful comprehension" means, the "wax" at the back is because When netizens say this sentence, they often add a "candle" icon at the end to show the cup.

  • My medicine for social sickness: "Society is sick, why let me take medicine" means.

  • Leng Wuqi: A short form of "indifference, no ideals, lack of faith".

  • Take off the pants and see: The abbreviated form of "show me this when I take off my pants".

  • Play in the city: A short form of "You people in the city can really play".

  • Living for a long time to see: "Living for a long time to see many things" is usually used to complain about something that refreshes the three views.

  • Character value: When a person has bad luck or bad exam recently, his friends will say that his character is bad.

  • Grass mud horse: is a sacred animal alpaca, usually with "10,000 grass mud horses running through in my heart" to indicate a heart collapse Or speechless.

  • Also drunk: Short for "I am drunk too".

  • Ye Liangchen: Due to cleaning issues, one of the girls in the dormitory of a college The eldest brother named "Ye Liangchen" had a magical conversation with the head of the dormitory. The dialogue was full of extremely arrogant words. In this dialogue, Ye Liangchen quickly became popular with "you only need to remember, my name is Ye Liangchen" and other hermit knights who came through the ancient times. The classic quotations of Liangchen: 1. You just need to remember that my name is Ye Liangchen. 2. Haha, I will let you know that good days never talk empty words. 3. Don't let me go to your broken school to find you. I am local. I have a hundred ways to keep you from staying, but you are helpless. 4. Haha, Liangchen likes to shoot those who think they are outstanding. 5. You just need to remember that my name is Ye Liangchen. 6. It’s okay. You can call out all the people you know. Good day doesn’t mind playing with you. If I win, you will get me out of the dormitory obediently, don’t deceive people too much. 7. If you feel capable of playing with me, Liangchen doesn't mind staying with me to the end. 8. Of course, if you stop here, thank you very much for that good day, and there will be many thanks in the future.

  • Fifteen characters: Since Baidu Tieba’s replies with 15 characters or more can add 1 experience, many people like to put together fifteen characters.

  • Little Black House: The original meaning refers to the prison, but also refers to the forbidden language. For example, "One Day Tour of the Little Black House" means to be banned for one day .

  • The scum ban: The full name of "the scum administrator comes to a ban package".

  • Ran and eggs: "However, there is no such thing as an egg" abbreviation, derived from the dialect [There is an egg Use]

  • Gangkong: The usage is: Hong Kong, belonging to the Northeast dialect, and often used in East China, meaning "very good, very Okay, I didn’t say "Wait, sometimes it’s also described as arrogant and arrogant." For example: quality leverage, taste leverage...

  • Secondary Second Disease: That is, the child is in the rebellious stage of junior high school This is a common behavior that is self-righteous and unwilling to listen to the opinions of adults. It is derived from the saying in the radio program "Ijiin Hikari: The Red Deer Power in the Late Night", which is a metaphor for Japanese adolescents who are too self-righteous and other special words and deeds. In Japan, it is called (also known as the second disease)

  • Cut Cake: the common name for Marintang is a kind of Uyghur people in southern Xinjiang. Traditional special craftsmanship is a national characteristic food made from walnut kernels, corn starch, raisins, grape juice, sesame, roses, padan apricots, dates and other raw materials. It is also called "cut cake" because it is usually sold with a knife to cut small pieces from a large piece of marjin sugar. Web application: Obama announced that more than one trillion national debt will be returned to China in the form of two hundred jin of cut cakes. "Do you love me?" "Of course!" "Then you sell the house and buy me a piece of cake to eat~"

  • Ten Anger: Internet acronym, the antonym of Shi Dong Ran refused, which is " very Angry, and then agreed to the acronym "Ta". It is used to describe the feeling of showing off after being high, rich and handsome or Bai Fumei after being agreed by the goddess or male god. Web application: Gao Fushuai, a boy from Peking University, took 212 seconds to write a cheque for 160,000 US dollars expressing his love to the girl he had long liked. The girl was very angry when she got the check and said: Do you think love can be bought by money? Then, promised him.

  • Shi Dong Ran refused: an acronym for "very moved and rejected him", referring to goddess or male gods b> Being strongly pursued by Diaosi, I feel "very moved and rejected Ta", which is used to describe Diaosi's self-deprecating mood after being rejected by the goddess or male god. The source of the word Shi Dongran refused: On November 11, 2012, Wang Wenjin, a boy from the Wenhua College of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, sent a 160,000-character love letter that he wrote in 212 days to his favorite girl. The content of this love letter includes a variety of styles such as prose, poetry, etc. The content is mainly to recall what the two did together or express their feelings through the scenery. He bound it into a book and named it "I Don't Want You Alone". The girl was very moved, and then rejected him. Ten moves and rejects the antonym: Ten angrily responds.

  • Pickup Girl, Bubble Girl: Refers to pretending to strike up a conversation (to take the initiative to talk to Meimei), but actually want to ask the other person’s name, phone number, QQ , MSN and the like, gradually contact each other in the future, the ultimate goal is to make the other party his girlfriend. Or soaking the other party is a common way for men to chase girls. Common methods of picking up girls: pretending to strike up a conversation, acting on the spot, heroes to save the beauty, and the latest method is to use WeChat, Momo and other modern pick-up tools to strike up a conversation with your sister.

  • Yuanfang, what do you think: A recently popular sentence on the Internet, Internet language, was a bit of a spoof of Du Fu some time ago,< b>The taste of Aunt Xue, this quote comes from "Detective Di Renjie", "Yuanfang, what do you think of this matter" is what Di Renjie often said to Li Yuanfang. Yuan Fang's full name is "Li Yuanfang", and he is one of the important roles in the hit TV series "Detective Di Renjie". His identity is Di Renjie's captain of the guard. He has outstanding martial arts and a loyal temperament. What's more rare is his careful and delicate thinking and superior logical thinking ability. He is Di Renjie's good partner. Although Li Yuanfang is a martial artist, he has a delicate mind and excellent reasoning ability, so he is highly regarded by the detective Di Renjie.

  • 233: means to laugh. Formerly the emoticon code 233 of the Maopu forum, it is now mostly used for Tieba forum replies or barrage launches. Usually, the more 3, the stronger the smile.

  • Language died early: Chinese teachers died early and are often used to evaluate other people’s typos or verbal errors.

  • Yes, this is XX. A netizen found a can of canned pork while shopping. The wrapping paper stated that it was halal producer. However, Islam is not allowed to eat pork. So, yes, it was broken in an instant.

  • Make things happen, make things happen all day long: Making things originated from the mantra often said by YY anchor Dong Xiaosa, and then Chen He It is often said in "Running Brothers": "Do things, do things", and this has been widely circulated by fans.

  • A little less routine, a little more sincere: routine: it is popular with the style of competitive games, used to describe a well-planned set Plan, an adjective calculated against the enemy, has now become a popular internet buzzword. "The farthest road I have traveled is your routine", "The routine is deep, who takes who takes it seriously" and other buzzwords about routines are very popular.

  • 我有点方:该流行语分别产自不同的地方,“我好方”的意思是“我好慌”,来源是很多直播网站里的主播都有口音,经常说“我好方”,于是被水友们传颂开来就成了流行语。

  • 人丑就要多读书:某年高考,陕西一女孩被美国六所名校录取,并获得美国麻省理工学院全额奖学金一事引发广大网友热议。这女生还自我调侃“人丑就要多读书”,众人崩溃,于是引发“人丑就要多读书”,“人丑就要多干活”,“人丑就要多劳动”一系列流行语。

  • 先定一个小目标 比方说 我先挣它一个亿:王健林在访谈节目中谈及年轻人创业已经梦想的看法时说出了这句话,网民们内心很是感慨......

  • 厉害了我的哥:一名中学生军训时玩王者荣耀被教官抓住了,然后教官帮他把这把游戏玩完了。而在游戏过程中,教官开启了大杀特杀的模式,无限超神,队友纷纷表示:厉害了我的哥!

  • 蓝瘦香菇:网络上搞笑视频中,男主哭诉:“难受想哭。”因方言发音类似“蓝瘦香菇”,引人发笑。就此网友们便以“蓝瘦香菇”代替“难受想哭”。

  • 我可能X了假XX:一些喜欢玩CSGO的电竞玩家发挥不好时,就会把锅甩给酒:“我可能是喝了假酒”、“假酒害人啊”。

  • XXX我们走:最初为皮皮猪我们走。是电子竞技前IG上单选手,曾经的国服第一上单皇子PDD的口头禅。后来出现了一个QQ空间名为“重庆第一皮皮虾”的网友,这货在网红"英国邮报"的评论区下狂抢热评,慢慢有了名气。于是,大家为了调侃“重庆第一皮皮虾”,就把“皮皮猪我们走”的表情包改成了“皮皮虾我们走”。

  • 老哥稳:引用百度贴吧,“戒赌吧”里的话

  • 真香:指一个人下定决心不去或去做一件事情,最后的行为却截然相反。现在主要用来表示某人预计的事情和最后的结果截然不同的一种心理状态。












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