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  • Andreas Laimboeck

    Great article. 三Q!

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  • Catronus Biskshek

    555 I am finding it so hard... feel like a 250

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    • Max Hobbs

      Haha (233), very good use of the slang there Catronus.

      Keep up the studying, 666!

      LTL Team

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  • Hido

    So funny! Definitely use some of these

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    • Max Hobbs

      Great isn't it, lots to remember and learn!

      LTL

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  • Ivan

    Some really funny ones I never saw before

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    • Max Hobbs

      Thanks for the kind words Ivan

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  • Giulia

    Thanks again for the article. Really great content LTL

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    • Max Hobbs

      Thanks Giulia!

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  • Maxim

    MAFAN is my fave Chinese word, not slang but so useful

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    • Max Hobbs

      👏

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  • JK

    Lol. Thanks for the laugh!

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    • LTL Team HQ

      Glad you liked it JK!

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  • Christobel Clare Ferguson-Venning

    Cool new knowledge that helps when reading chinese articles! ~(≧▽≦)/~ By the way you wouldn't know what the chinese slang FW stands for would you?

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    • Max Hobbs

      New one for us, we'll have an ask around the office but in "English" it means "f*** with" so it could well be that!

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  • ray

    Excellent!

    But we Chinese people use number 233 is not because its sound. 233 was an emoji code on an early (about 2000-2005) Chinese well-known social media mop.com, which means 'punching the ground and laughing out loud', quite similar to LMAO in English. 233 spread from mop.com to all over the internet. Some times we append 3s to express that we are laughing wildly, e.g. 23333333333333.

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    • Max Hobbs

      Thanks for the comment Ray, interesting to hear!

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