To all the wonderful readers of this blog, wishing you a most blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year, from Peanuts and myself. Thank you for all your support!
This random scene was posted a long time ago, at the same time as the Really, Really Miss You and Beautiful Bones versions. I completely forgot about it until a few days ago and then, with pre-Christmas busyness, didn’t get to it until now. Hope you like it. ❤
Stewed Squid with Honey Weibo Random Scene
(posted February 28, 2015)
“Bi dong” (which literally means “wall bump”) is a Chinese Internet slang used to describe a scene where someone is pressed up against a wall and kissed. “Bi” means “wall” and “dong” is an onomatopoeia to describe the sound of bumping into the wall.
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In regards to “bi dong”:
Gun: “Thought about what you would like for your birthday present yet?”
Little Squidie wagged her tail. “Bi dong.”
Gun: “Wha? Say what?
Squidie: “Just… You suddenly press me to the wall, lean your palm against it, and pin my legs down with yours…”
Ten minutes later, a certain little squidie was snug against the wall and had become a cooked shrimp…
Gun: “Enough yet?”