Internet Slang, Quips

逆天 [nì tiān]

逆天 [nì  tiān]

adj.  Literally “defy the sky” or “against the Heaven”. This term is used to describe something that’s extremely unusual, creative, or cool, as if it were against the Heaven’s laws.

The foreign media should really stop their hyping [slandering] now!!! If we really had [performance-enhancing] drugs that are so cool and so crazy fresh as if against the Heaven’s laws, we would’ve first given them to our men’s national football team, okay?!!!

[Note: China’s men’s football team is popularly regarded as the great shame of China and Chinese sports fans for their lack of competitiveness and the persistent problems that plague their sport and league. China’s football team did not make it to the London Olympics.]

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