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Q: What is the meaning of the abbreviation "7758"?

4 years 43 weeks ago in  Culture - China

 
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Kiss me:  7(qin亲) 7 (qin亲) 5 (wo我) 8 (ba吧)

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I think, it's the same as 'Wive me, Dine me, 69 me' with Chinese character-i-sticsangel.

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I thought it was qi qi wu ba which means make me angry. But guess not after reading that kiss me comment.

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i thought wen its mean kiss is it right ?

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I literally dont know about this abbreviation and another such kind of abbreviations. But this essay service reviews helpful for the high level of students and that post made me know about it easily through the discussion and comments on it. Thank you for the positive behavior of the people.

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