When you go abroad and hear passers-by saying “huh”, “what’s that” or Taiwanese swear words, they are probably Taiwanese. Recently, some mainland netizens discussed the catchphrases of Taiwanese people and found that Taiwanese people like to use a verb in sentences when chatting, which made them say “I didn’t understand it at first.”
A Taiwanese netizen, Shasha Baobao, posted on Xiaohongshu that she had previously posted a post and was laughed at by mainland netizens, saying, “What do they say in Taiwan? It sounds weird to me.” She responded with a message saying, “Hey, otherwise. ”. Later, when I was chatting with a friend and complaining about this, my friend burst out laughing when he saw the conversation between the two parties. He said that the “huh” reply was simply a Taiwanese person. This made Shasha Baobao suddenly realize that he had personally demonstrated how Taiwanese people behave. Speaking, he also called him “laughing to death” and posted a post to share the whole process.
After the post was exposed, it attracted many people to leave comments, and unexpectedly turned into a post for exchange of cultural terms. Many mainland netizens began to discuss what other catchphrases Taiwanese people have besides “clam”. Among them,When someone mentioned that when chatting with Taiwanese people, the other person likes to mention “use”, which resonates with the most people.“I found that Taiwanese people also like to say “use”. Sometimes my friend asks me to let her do things, and she will say “I will use it””, “Yes! Sometimes I touch my girlfriend, She would also say, “Don’t use me.””, “That’s right! I asked a girl out before, and she asked me, “Have you used my hair?”, and then I realized that she was asking me if I had done my hair.”, “Really I didn’t understand it at first, but then I got used to it and it was okay.” “Really! I use ‘use’ for everything.”
Others shared their own experiences, “The most surprising thing is that Taiwanese people will use “no” instead of “no” when they say you are welcome. I didn’t notice it before when I listened to Peninsula Iron Box.” “Yes”, while mainlanders will say “to””, “As long as you hear the phrase “what is it”, you can basically tell that you are Taiwanese”, “Taiwanese people also like to use the word “grab”, and my husband likes it. He said, “I only need to ‘catch’ you on the way there for two hours…”, “I still haven’t figured out what ‘you are so cool’ means.”
Most people say that the word “clam” is the most classic and has become a symbol of Taiwanese people. “As long as they are from Taiwan, they will clam first regardless of whether the other party hears what they are saying.” “Clam is really useful.” , “I have already made up the accent in my head, my Taiwanese friends often say this.”