Do you know what "yyds" means?We believe that many people are confused about some Internet hot words like “yyds”, Chinese joke that they can't understand young people's speech. Nowadays, "YYDS, XSWL, ZQSG, NBCS..." has dominated major online platforms, and most of these online terms are the language system of the generation after 00s, which is jokingly called the "black words" of the 00s.
There are many ways to make words in post-00s social "black words", including Chinese character abbreviations, pinyin acronyms abbreviations in Cantonese, English, Japanese and other languages, and difficult pinyin and English letter mix-and-match abbreviations.Today we will take a look at the meaning and usage of these Internet hot words!
1.yyds This hot word is the pinyin acronym of "永远滴神( yǒnɡ yuǎn di shén)", which comes from a word used by a certain anchor to describe the former League of Legends professional player Uzi. "yyds" literally means "永远滴神( yǒnɡ yuǎn di shén)" and is used to express that something or someone is excellent and amazing like a god. Now "yyds" has gradually evolved into a fixed format for fans to tout various things in the barrage. In the 2020 catchphrases of iFLYTEK Input Method, alphabetic catchphrases such as "yyds" have become the standard for post-90s and post-00s young people.
2.nsdd It's a universal reply, an acronym for "you're right," which refers to agreeing with others' opinions, and is used to perfunctory or deal with unreasonable people. When encountering such people, instead of arguing, it is better to take a step back and remain calm, because no matter how much you say, you will still stand on the opposite side of the original.
3.xswl This is a very popular abbreviation on Weibo, equivalent to a series of "hahaha", to indicate that something is funny and can make people laugh unstoppably. xswl is similar to the English word LOL (laugh out loud).
4.nbcs This is the acronym of the word "Nobody cares", which means that no one cares. Although it is an Internet buzzword, the 00s said that it is prudent enough to add s at the end~
5.u1s1 This hot word means the pinyin abbreviation of "有一说一 ( yǒu yī shuō yī)", which means to say what you have to say more, which means to be very sincere. This hot word is currently widely used in China, and many older people can understand its meaning.
6.bdjw This hot word is the pinyin abbreviation of "ask if you don't understand ( bù dǒnɡ jiù wèn)", which is a common questioning phrase on Weibo, forums and other platforms, meaning "I don't understand this, please tell me what it means", generally used at the beginning of a sentence.
7.996 It refers to the working day from 9 am to 9 pm, 6 days a week work system, usually used to describe a hard and stressful working state.
8.躺平( tǎnɡ pínɡ) This term is especially popular among professionals and refers to attitudes and concepts that refuse to work too hard and struggle too hard and pursue a dull life. Contrary to 996, it is a different attitude to life.
9.吃瓜群众( chī ɡuā qún zhònɡ) The term refers to people who are merely spectators, who are on the sidelines of events, or who are simply passive in receiving information. Due to the increasing development of online communication, almost everyone can receive various news from all over the world every day, and almost everyone has become a "吃瓜群众".
10.666 This set of purely numeric hot words indicates affirmation, appreciation, or affection for someone or something. We often see that the comment areas of major platforms are occupied by "666", of course, sometimes perfunctory.
These buzzwords often appear frequently on social media, web chats, and short video platforms to express emotions, comment on things, or make jokes. The emergence of Internet buzzwords is related to online culture and current events, and will change and update over time.