Internet Slang

島國 [dǎo guó]

島國 [dǎo guó] n. Island nation. This Internet slang term refers to Japan.

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Internet Slang

母上大人 [mǔ shàng dà rén] and 父上大人 [fù shàng dà rén]

母上大人 [mǔ shàng dà rén] n. Mother+Her Excellency. Derived from the Japanese honorific title ” haha-ue” (ははうえ), this Internet slang term is used humorously to address one’s mother.
父上大人 [fù shàng dà rén] n. Father+His Majesty. Derived from the Japanese honorific title “chichi-ue”  (ちちうえ) ,  this Internet slang term is used humorously to address one’s father.
Internet Slang

熊本熊 [xióng běn xióng]

熊本熊 [xióng běn xióng] n. Kumamon, a mascot created by the government of Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan in 2010 for a campaign to draw tourists to the region. A number of emojis have been circulated on China’s Internet based on the image of Kumamon.

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抖S [dǒu s] and 抖M [dǒu s]

抖S [dǒu s] adj./n. Shake+S. Seriously sadistic. A seriously sadistic person. Derived from the Japanese wordドS in the ACG subculture, this Internet slang term refers to the tendency to derive pleasure, especially sexual gratification, from inflicting pain, suffering, or humiliation on others.

抖M [dǒu m] adj./n. Shake+M. Seriously masochistic. A seriously masochistic person. Derived from the Japanese wordドM in the ACG subculture, this Internet slang term refers to the tendency to derive sexual gratification from one’s own pain or humiliation.

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打Call [dǎ call]

打Call [dǎ call] v. To root for [someone or something]. This Internet slang term originated from Wotagei or otagei, which refers to a type of dancing and cheering gestures performed by wota, fans of Japanese idol singers (and thus seen as Akiba-kei), involving jumping, clapping, arm-waving and chanting slogans.

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