Internet Slang

節操 [jié cāo] & 從此節操是路人 [cóng cǐ jié cāo shì lù rén]

節操 [jié cāo] n. Scruples have since been passers-by. This expression means making unconventional choices would distance you from the social norms widely observed by the conservative people.

從此節操是路人 [cóng cǐ jié cāo shì lù rén] <Expression> Scruples have since been passers-by. This expression means making unconventional choices would distance you from the social norms widely observed by the consertative people. For example, when one develops a hobby of reading or watcing Boy’s Love anime, he or she may be more likely to appeciate unconventional ideas about dating and relationships.

 

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