Wais is so pretty!
So today, Annie showed me her mom’s Chinese blog over at Sohu.com. Interesting stuff.
However, what amazed me the most is the post she wrote about what she thinks of one of our friends. A big-eyebrowed guy named night-stalker Wais. I shall provide a full translation below. I have very helpfully bolded my favourite phrases.
“Friends” in Real Life
If you’ve seen the show “Friends” before, you’d remember a scientist nerd named Ross. He studies dinosaurs. He earns the most money and has the most stable job among the friends, but he’s the most unpopular with women (okay that’s Chandler actually, but whatever). Joey is a poor actor, does not get paid steadily, but he is never without a girlfriend. Therefore I think that Western girls look for boyfriends that they have a lot of fun with. Of course there are Western girls that are very materialistic, but the percentage isn’t as high.
Annie (who’s interestingly called some sort of meat) has a really cute friend of Middle-Eastern descent, very handsome/hot (…Sorry, there isn’t an exact translation of “太帅了”). This guy looks so good even if he just randomly put on a T-shirt and a pair of worn jeans. I said that he must have been very good-looking when he was small; however Annie told me that he was really fat when he was younger (LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL.) This boy grew up in Canada, speaks standard North American English, is a NERD (I love how she capitalized “NERD”), and wants to study science (math, biology, chemistry). Annie says that this hottie (帅锅 = really cute/hot guy) often talks about science, and every time he does so everyone pretends to be very bored, making him feel resigned. (Haha, I’m sure she’s just trying to relate Wais with Ross. I don’t really think Wais does that.) This cutie has an extremely wealthy family (HAHAHAHA). Everyone keeps telling him that, “We’re jealous that you’re born SO pretty, so we must make fun of you” (VERY TRUE.) But since this hottie (I enjoy typing this word very much) is so good-natured, even when he’s being tortured by everyone he just tries very hard to explain himself. (OMG HOW CAN I NOT LAUGH AT THIS??????)
(Now she says some irrelevant stuff…blah blah… Okay, I’m going to skip to the end:)
Oh, I’m going to attach a picture of a little Middle-Eastern prince:
(Also, now I must show you the comments which were SO FUNNY):
“Omg this prince is so delicate and beautiful!!!!”
“Oooh this little cutie in the picture is Annie’s classmate??? (HOW. He’s like 5 years old =w=;)”
There are so many hot guys and girls from the Middle East~~~~”
And Annie’s mom’s reply to the above comment just kills me:
“This picture is of the Prince of Dubai.
Annie’s friend is a youth/teenager, he looks a tiny bit the gist of this picture (sorry, bad translating skills), his eyes look very similar, but he looks a lot more masculine.”
All I can say is, Oh. My. GOD. It’s not an exact translation, but still!!!!!!!
Seriously, the way Annie’s mom described Wais is absolutely hilarious. My crappy translation does not do it justice.
I mean… Maybe Wais is pretty/cute/……”hot” *cringe*. If I didn’t know him so well I might say he’s kinda cute too. Actually probably not. But I can see where Annie’s mom’s coming from. I think Chinese people have a thing for people with dark eyebrows and huge eyes – my parents call it “浓眉大眼”. However I still found her post so funny because Wais is way too much of a friend to me for me to not find it hilarious when people describe him as “hot”. SORRY.
BUT SERIOUSLY, ”THIS GUY LOOKS SO GOOD EVEN IN JUST A T-SHIRT AND JEANS ”, “EXTREMELY HANDSOME/HOT”????????
THAT’S TOO MUCH. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!!!!!!!
(Wais. Please don’t find this offensive. LAUGH WITH ME. :D:D:D:D)
Oh, and here’s the source. It’s all in Chinese, though.