不按套路出牌 [bú àn tào lù chū fā] <Expression> Not dealing the cards by the rules. Not playing by the rules of the game.
承包 [chéng bāo] v. To contract for. This Internet slang term is often used to describe your attraction to an idol or love interest or his or her good qualities. You like it so much that you want to be possessive.
聲控 [shēng kòng] n. Voice+freak. One who is easily attracted to people (of the opposite sex) with nice voices.
嬌嗔 [jiāo chēn] v./n./adj. To protest coquettishly. This Internet slang term is often used humorously to describe the feminine side of a man.
紅紅火火恍恍惚惚 [hóng hóng huǒ huǒ huǎng huǎng hū hū] <Expression> Ablaze+dazzled. This expression means laughing out loud and mimics the sound of laughter. It is the funny result of entering eight consecutive h’s using the Pinyin input method.
一步兩步， 是魔鬼的步伐 [yī bù liǎng bù, shì mó guǐ de bù fá] <Expression> One step, two steps, [it] is the gate of a devil. This expression comes from the widely ridiculed 2014 song “My Skating Shoes” by Pang Mailang. It is often used to describe clumsy and uncoordinated walking or dancing steps.
風騷走位 [fēng sāo zǒu weì] n. Flirtatious+walk. <Gaming> This Internet slang term originally referred to the control of the movement of video game characters to avoid attacks or elimination. It also refers to people’s comic walking movement.