Caption: Are you freaking kidding me?

坑爹 [kēng  diē]  Literally “tricking (your) daddy”, meaning “Are you freaking kidding me?” When feeling angry, Chinese people like calling themselves “Daddy” or “Mom” to exude a sense of superiosity to the listener.

Three-sentence will: The bank book is in a code case. The code case is in a safety box. The key to the safety box is in the bank book.