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2014中国网络十大热词
Top 10 Chinese Internet Buzzwords
   2014-12-16 10:28:53    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Qin Mei


9. 这画面太美我不敢看zhè huà miàn tài měi wǒ bú gǎn kàn

This is another joke in which unsightly things are intended to be good-looking. The buzzword comes from a sentence of Jolin's song "Prague Square", which was extended to describe weird things. For example, when you see a very shocking picture, you can use this sentence to express the visual or psychological impact: "这画面太美我不敢看。", meaning "It's so beautiful that I'm too scared to open my eyes."

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