These two words showed up a lot these days because of the domestic comics-adapted animated movie “Ne Zha” broke the box office record by pulling in over 700 million RMB within the first week of release.
自帶BGM v. To possess one’s own background music. This Internet slang term describes a person who is so unique and impressive that when he or she comes up, you could hear music playing on the background. This slang term comes from the fact that important TV or movie characters tend to have their signature background music.
領盒飯 [lǐng hé fàn] v. To receive [one’s] boxed lunch. This Internet slang term describes a character exiting from a drama or movie because of death or other reasons. The term comes from the custom that actors get paid and receive boxed lunches on their last filming day.