We've rounded up our twenty-five favorite love quotes from around the world.
If not, practice these phrases with others and see where they take you.
Dating is a wonderful thing, if you’re planning to invite Chinese girl/men to a date, then the Chinese phrases for dating below could make you more attractive in the dating pool, even if you’re not good-looking.
It's really a tragedy if you get turned down when ask Chinese out on a date just because they don’t know what you mean (especially those people prefer to invite others in an indirect way).
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调情 (tiáoqíng): to flirt 泡妞 (pàoniū): to pick up girls; to flirt with, hit on, or hook up with girls 辣妹 (làmèi): hot chick; sexy girl (literally, “spicy little sister”) 帅哥 (shuàigē): hunk; handsome guy (often used to address a man in a flattering way) 倍儿棒 (bèir bàng): northern Chinese slang for “really awesome”; one common use of this expression is to describe someone’s body 花瓶 (huāpíng): a beautiful person who is not intelligent, capable, or talented; eye candy (literally, “flower vase”) 绣花枕头 (xiùhuā zhěntou): synonym for 花瓶; someone (or something) beautiful but useless (literally, “embroidered pillow”) 撒娇 (sǎjiāo): [of females] to act like a spoiled child, speaking in the voice of a little girl, whining, pouting, acting clingy and dependent; such behavior on the part of a woman to her boyfriend or husband is considered charming in Chinese culture 女人小坏，男人疼爱 (nǚrén xiǎohuài, nánrén téng’ài): “If a woman behaves mischievously (more literally, “is a little bit bad” or “does little bad things”), a man will love her dearly.” 老牛吃嫩草 (lǎoniú chī nèncǎo): a relationship between two people with a large age gap (literally, “old cow eating tender grass”) 装嫩 (zhuāng nèn): to “pretend to be tender”; to act, speak, and/or dress much younger than one’s actual age 花 (huā): an adjective used to describe a player; horny, womanizing 花心 (huāxīn): to be fickle in love; to have a tendency to be unfaithful 花花公子 (huāhuā gōngzi): playboy; “player,” often one who dresses up like a dandy (literally, “flower prince”) 麦芽糖女人 (màiyátáng nǚrén): clingy, possessive woman (literally, “malt sugar woman,” as malt sugar is sticky) 约会 (yuēhuì): to have a date [with someone]; to make an appointment [with someone]; also, a date or appointment (noun) 网恋 (wǎngliàn): Internet dating AA制 (AA zhì): “going Dutch”; each person paying his or her share (often used as just “AA” in sentences, e.g.
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It also helps if you simply want to know what to say when chatting in Chinese!
Sometimes, Chinese people accept the dinner invitation just because they thought it was a simple dinner with love feelings.
Read on to discover the proverb that fits you best.1.
我们 AA 吧。) 有异性，没人性 (yǒu yìxìng, méi rénxìng): “Once you have a boyfriend or girlfriend, you forget your friends”; used to complain about a friend’s failure to spend time with you after starting to date someone new.