Glossary

  • Ayi (阿姨)

    middle to late aged women, that have apparently never learnt to consider other people’s feelings, however given the turmoil in which they were raised  …. perhaps this is understandable . Similar to their male equivalent Da Shu s but much more annoying

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  • Black Audi

    (奥迪)-  specifically the A6L   known to be the preferred choice of government workers, and other nouveau rich dickbags that feel that because they have (in their mind) a nice car, they are better than everyone else and don’t have to obey the rules of the road.
    They are seen not only by foreigners, but by many chinese as well as utter dickbags on the road, with many captured clips of running over people and then driving away, not indicating, cutting through traffic, driving on the wrong side of the road… all with little regard for anyone that happens to be sharing their road space.

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  • Da Shu (大叔)

    – The male equivalent of Ayis, but usually not as loud.  Usually you can see them picking  their nose furiously, without a care in the world about who is looking at them, or gathered around someone else’s misfortune like traffic accidents, or a fight…which has nothing to do with them, but because they have nothing going on in their lives, (other than the furious nose picking mentioned above… they make it their business)

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  • Hei ren黑人 , Lao hei 老黑 or Hei gui zi 黑鬼子

    For Africans or people of African decent

    It doesn’t matter that culturally or legally (ie. Passport) you are American, British etc, ethnically you look like a person from Africa that is black and therefore you are a heir en. Black person.
    You are defined on the colour of your skin, and your ethnic background.

    黑人= black person. (supposed to be neutral)

    老黑 = old black (supposed to be respectful…however it never comes across as such)

    黑鬼子 = black devil  (what do you think?)

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  • Lao Ye Ye (老爷爷)

    –  old grand dad kind of dude,  sometimes nice, sometimes not… justifiably though he has experienced the madness of some pretty shitty gov. policies in his country, which would make up for his complete lack of thinking and apparent rudeness in many situations

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  • Laowai 老外

    is a term used to describe everyone that is not Chinese.

    It sometimes just means foreigner, but it’s the more politically incorrect term.  It generally just denotes white or foreigners from European decent.
    The term is usually uttered with disdain dripping from their voice.
    Even if a Chinese person is in a foreign country, the native European can still be called a 老外 because they are not ethnically Chinese.

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Ayis (阿姨)- middle to late aged women, that have apparently never learnt to consider other people’s feelings, however given the turmoil in which they were raised  …. perhaps this is understandable . Similar to their male equivalent Da Shu s but much more annoying

Black Audi (傻逼)-  specifically the A6L   known to be the preferred choice of government workers, and other noveu rich dickbags that feel that because they have (in their mind) a nice car, they are better than everyone else and don’t have to obey the rules of the road.
They are seen not only by foreigners, but by many chinese as well as utter dickbags on the road, with many captured clips of running over people and then driving away, not indicating, cutting through traffic, driving on the wrong side of the road… all with little regard for anyone that happens to be sharing their road space.

Da Shu (大叔)- The male equivalent of Ayis, but usually not as loud.  Usually you can see them picking  their nose furiously, without a care in the world about who is looking at them, or gathered around someone else’s misfortune like traffic accidents, or a fight…which has nothing to do with them, but because they have nothing going on in their lives, (other than the furious nose picking mentioned above… they make it their business)

Lao Ye Ye (老爷爷)-  old grand dad kind of dude,  sometimes nice, sometimes not… justifiably though he has experienced the madness of some pretty shitty gov. policies in his country, which would make up for his complete lack of thinking and apparent rudeness in many situations

The sniff test = when all the suitable clothes you have are unclean, and the only way to decide which one is best is to smell and compare.

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