1.心塞 I can’t breathe
It originally is the short for “myocardial infarction”,and now on the internet, is used to represents an emotion of one suffering pains but cannot to tell caused by some bothering things making you unhappy.
2.也是蛮拼的 It ispretty spell
It means one is really struggling, but even so, he is still unable to succeed, expressing an implication of sarcasm. This sample oral expression is frequently mentioned by a famous Chinese singer Gary Cao in the hot TV show “Where are we going? Dad (Season 2)” and is thus widely spread on the Internet and becomes well known.
3.且行且珍惜 Cherish what you have at the moment
It originates from the post, on Wen Zhang’s Cheating Scandal, issued by Ma Yili (famous Chinese actress) in Weibo on March 23, 2014: Being in love is easy, being married is not. It is to be cherished.
Immediately after appearance, it rages on the Internet and activates netizens’ creation:
Eating is easy, losing weight is not; It is to be cherished.
Being concubine is easy, being wife is not; It is to be cherished.
Where to learn the best excavation technology
This slogan of Shandong Lanxiang Senior Technical School for student recruiting is only sporadically used in Netease and Baidu Tieba and gradually developed into a network buzz word.
Such expressions as“Where to learn the best excavation technology” becomes the materials most frequently used by those issuinginteresting posts for some time and evolve into catch words in many forms like ancient style and academic style.
Recently, it has been modified into “Now comes the question: where to learn the best excavation technology?” and become applicable to more situations.
5.伐开心要包包 Cutting happy to bag
“Cutting happy to bag, four!” is used to describe that one is unhappy and plays the woman in front of her lover for comfort. She wants to buy bags for beauty and also wants a hug for comfort. “Four” is because in the tale the leading character is a dragon who have four claws, so it wants four bags. Now this expression has become the hottest one to play the woman。
6.补刀 Cutter radius compensation
Also known as “killing blow”, means the techniques of doing the last attack on a player so he/she dies.
And later, it is used to the act of doing the last attack on a player to obtain money in MMORPGs like DOTA.
In some social networks, it is also used to indicate the last attack of hitting someone with words or acts.
7.怎么破 How to break
A daily oral expression to indicate the meaning of “How to do”, i.e. “how to deal with it”.
8.有钱就是任性 Whatever, I’m rich
The expression “Whatever, I’m rich” is a catchword on the Internet referenced by netizens joking on a fraud case and gradually become hot on major network platforms. Its is originally used to ridicule the acting style of the rich and now used as an expression to joke friends or tease something or somebody on Weibo, QQ Zone and discussion forums.
9.手滑 do…at will
It originally means the misoperation due to carelessness and now is used to describe a person do something deliberately but argue that he has done it unintentionally.
E.g.: Nicky Wu,a famous Chinese actor, once taped “Like” on the post his fans put on Weibo to criticize his girlfriend Shishi Liu and soon afterwards he argued that he just done it unintentionally.
10.明明病 When disease
A new world on the Internet which is not a real disease but is universal.
For example, a person can not resist the temptation of delicious food knowing that he should lose weight, still muddle along knowing that he should work hard. Sometimes, even knowing that you should not do something, but you still cannot help doing it.
For these symptoms,many netizens have same feelings and call it as the “The Most High-end Incurable Disease in 2014”
11.怪我咯 I blame
This catchword and “It’s Tohsaka Tokiomi’sfault” are new words on the Internet. Tohsaka Tokiomi is an character in a cartoon,in which he is blamed for almost all bad things, and always says “So, it’s my fault?”.
12.不忍直视 Could not open
It is used to describe that some scantily clad pictures or very miserable incidents will make people who see them uncomfortable and they do not want to stare at them.
In real life, it also has the meaning of“shy”. Additionally, it is usually to describe the things or behaviors astonishing or disgusting.
A new network catchword appearing during the 2014 World Cup, referring to jumping from a building. It originated from the case: a person invests all his asset in football lottery but finally becomes as poor as a church mouse and he is so sad that want to go to the roof and jump from here.
14.小鲜肉 Small meat
It mainly refers to beautiful girls aged 12-18 or handsome boys aged 12-25 who have nice personality, simple love experiences and less affective experience.
“Small Meats” is once called the “cute characters”:they are not arrogant, do not value themselves too highly and very cute but not disgusting.
15.艰拆装死 Disassembling and assembling die hard
A new network catchword short for “Life is already hard , so don’t expose the truth; if you still put on an act, I must kill you!”.
This catchword can be frequently seen on social platforms such as Baidu Tieba, Weibo and various forums, used to express dissatisfaction on the content issued by posters.
16.脑洞大开 Brain hole open
A catchword derived from “Imaging the scene in the brain”which is a term in cartoon usually referring to supplementing some plots in the brain and imaging the plots in comics, fictions or real life you wish them to happen but not happen. These two have the same meaning.