Internet Slang

這句話我給滿分 [zhè jù huà wǒ gěi mǎn fēn]

這句話我給滿分 [zhè jù huà wǒ gěi mǎn fēn] <Expression> I give this sentence full marks. This phrase is used to compliment someone who says something that greatly pleases the listener. An variation is 這句話我給99分,多一份怕你驕傲 [zhè jù huà wǒ gěi jiǔ shí jiǔ fēn, duō yì fēn pà nǐ jiāo ào] I give this sentence 99 points; if I give you one more point, I am afraid you will be too proud.

The above Internet expression pokes fun at the test-driven Chinese educational system by showing how the habit of grading others’ conduct is culturally ingrained in many Chinese people.

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