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Let each word become one bullet!

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In the junior middle school, that female teacher asked Tom to stand up and answer one question. But the latter said a lot which was wrong. So the teacher joked him in this way: 'Your reply has nothing to do with the key to the question, do you think you have wasted Chinese language?”---------All of us burst into laughing!
----------I think China should carry out language revolution that requires all people speak in brief way telling stories with as less words as possible!
Simple does not means weak! On the contrast, if all of us are quite strict with our own words, letting each word from the mouth become one bullet that could hit your target, Chinese language would become the most powerful one in the world! :victory:

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Reply Report Liononthehunt 2017-12-7 12:53
Words can be bullets, but please don't shoot them from the hip.
Reply Report SEARU 2017-12-7 20:54
Liononthehunt: Words can be bullets, but please don't shoot them from the hip.
How naughty you are! --------It is said foreigner-friends dislike or hate low-level humor!  I wonder how readers would react to you in kinds of ways?
Reply Report Liononthehunt 2017-12-7 21:11
SEARU: How naughty you are! --------It is said foreigner-friends dislike or hate low-level humor!  I wonder how readers would react to you in kinds of ways?
Hi, buddy, the expression of "shoot from the hip" means being rash, or impetuous. Apparently you just mistook it for something bawdy.

You see the point in my prior message?
Reply Report SEARU 2017-12-7 22:56
Liononthehunt: Hi, buddy, the expression of "shoot from the hip" means being rash, or impetuous. Apparently you just mistook it for something bawdy.

You  ...
So shameful for the joke I made! The other day, I saw a video which showed:“ That senior body-guard  often takes a small case on duty that in fact is a special weapon with which its master could shoot from the waist at any time if in emergency!"

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