敲 [qiāo] adj. Strike. This verb as an Internet slang term is a phonetic deviation of 超 [chāo] “super, extremely.” When you use this meme in Internet posting or online conversations, you are deliberately trying to lighten up or act cute.
泥萌 [ní méng] pron. Mud+cute. You guys. This Internet slang term is a phonetic deviation of 你們 [nǐ men] “you guys.” This term is often used humorously.
有範 [yǒu fàn] adj. Having great panache, radiant with confidence, displaying distinctive and stylish elegance. This Internet slang term praises one’s appearance, fashion sense, mannerisms, and/or character.
厲害了我的哥 [lì hài le wǒ de gē] Expression. Wow you rock, my brother. This Internet slang term came into popularity as a high school student’s comment on the dazzling gaming skills of his military training instructor who caught him playing The King’s Glory on the phone. Instead of confiscating the phone, the instructor unleashed his inner gamer and helped the student win the game. This expression is now used to express astonishment or amazement. The word “brother” is replaced in other contexts to address different people.
此處應有掌聲 [cǐ chù yīng yǒu zhǎng shēng] Expression. A round of applause is expected here. This expression is often humorously used by the self-touted speaker to invite the audience to acknowledge what he or she just said.
感覺身體被掏空 [gǎn jué shēn tǐ bèi tāo kōng] Expression. [I] feel the insides of my body were scooped out. I feel so drained. This Internet slang term is used to describe fatigue and depression. For example, you can use it to describe how you feel when your boss incessantly asks you to work overtime.
脫線 [tuō xiàn] v. To derail. To suddenly change the subject; to suddenly become distracted.