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介 [jiè]=这 [zhè] & 孩纸 [hái zhǐ]=孩子 [hái zi]

clothes-in-the-toilet

介 [jiè]=这 [zhè] This. Mimicking the accent in Southern Chinese dialects, this slang term is a phonetic deviation of the original word.

孩纸 [hái zhǐ]=孩子 [hái zi] Child. Mimicking the accent in Southern Chinese dialects, this slang term is a phonetic deviation of the original word.

介孩纸够勤快,可把马桶和洗衣机桶认错就不对了

This child is diligent enough, but mistaking the toilet for the washer tub is not right.

[Note: The structure of the above sentence comes from a classic Stephen Chow comedy “A Chinese Odyssey.”

The flying black crow in the pic is a symbol of confusion.]

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