Speaking Mandarin with a “Guangdong” accent, the man claimed to be a “Big Circle” gangster and demanded that Mr.Guo Meimei, the 23-year-old woman who landed the Red Cross in China in a credibility crisis, has been investigated for being deeply involved with illegal gambling and the sex trade, and for spreading rumors.This being said, it’s worth understanding the places where it’s appropriate to use Chinese slang, and when you would be better served use a more conventional Chinese vocabulary.Currently, the most likely place a Chinese speaker or learner would encounter internet slang is on 微信 (wēi xìn) also known by its English name We Chat.Just what about the description you gave me indicates this girl is interested in you? If she were trying any harder to show disinterest she would need pepper spray.The fact that she avoided genuine communication by using animated gifs and canned remarks? This is not a girl playing “Hard to Get.” It’s a colleague sending a message that’s “Hard to Miss.” Let’s focus on the real issue at hand—you need to stop drunk-texting colleagues immediately. Your Chinese friends have been bugging you for weeks to create a profile on some hip new site. You log in, look around, but then you realize there is a one very serious problem… While confusing at first, Chinese internet slang can be very rewarding to learn, and opens up a whole new sphere of communication with fellow Chinese netizens. Just as English speakers use a whole dictionary of special words, contractions, memes and acronyms when chatting online, Chinese do the same.
19 years old Thailand, Bangkok Search for Male from 18 to 26 16 Photo Last connection: 2 hours ago Hi there! 32 years old Thailand, Bangkok Search for Male from 25 to 50 3 Photo Last connection: 17 hours ago Hi I'm Thai lady I'm looking for some friends maybe more at the future I hope you could be a nice... That is a very dangerous game you’re playing for the simple reason that the odds are not in your favor—let’s imagine this is a craps game where you roll two dice.A 12 gets you laid in the copy room, 11-3 gets you a reputation as the drunk, creepy guy in the office, and a snake eyes gets you fired.I was out drinking with buddies last weekend and ended up We Chatting a colleague while drunk.She politely responded but—as Chinese millennials do—with a series of emoticons that only confused matters more.