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Q: what huai dan means

8 years 6 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - China

 
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坏蛋 huai dan

It means "bastard" or joking you being being a "bad man" ... depending on how pissed off she looks at the time.  If it's the latter respond with "bu shi huai dan.  shi yi dian ben dan"  'im not a bad guy, just a little stupid' and it helps since its not proper chinese but completely understandable.  It's made them smile or giggle everytime.

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yes, agree with upstair post. this word real mean depend on what kind of siutations. if girl yell it to you when she was angery ,ofcousre the word mean you are a bastard, but whe she say it with  sweet smile, then she flirt with you.

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the upstair post talked about a speical situation.smiley   bad egg means bad people. This is generally what it means.

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