What do you mean by chicken? What do you mean by chicken
4hw.org: Recently, I often see "Jier Bang is hard" on the Internet. It's dirty in the literal sense. It probably means Dingding is hard. However, high-energy users understand it more rough and dirty. What does Jier Bang mean? Let's take a look at it.
Chicken is generally spoken in Sichuan. As the saying goes, "God is not afraid of the ground, not afraid of the Sichuan people speak Putonghua", Sichuan people's Putonghua is not good, known as "salt and pepper Mandarin", or "trump". There are many reasons why people in Sichuan can't speak Mandarin well. Even tongue rolling is one of the important reasons. Most of the dialects in Sichuan have no distinction between flat tongue and tilted tongue. Basically, the tilted tongue in Putonghua is pronounced as flat tongue. For example, 'IQ' in Putonghua is zh & igrave; SH ng, while in Sichuan dialect is Z ǐ s ng.
What's the reason for chicken bond?
It's wrong to say that Sichuan dialect can't distinguish between curly and smooth. People in Neijiang and Zigong, the former center of Sichuan, sandwiched between Chengdu and Chongqing, often talk with their tongues rolled up. For example, Zigong dialect has a strong tongue rolling sound and is very funny. It's mainly because of Wang Baochang in Chen GE's film catch a strong man. Its strange and humorous Zigong dialect is deeply impressed in people's hearts.
'chicken' in Sichuan dialect represents Ding Ding. In Sichuan dialect, it usually has a sound of children, while 'Bang hard' means very hard, so 'Ji Er Bang hard' means that Ding Ding is very hard, which is usually a phenomenon that men have in the morning.
But Zigong people don't have the advantage of speaking Mandarin. Chen GE's salt and pepper Mandarin in the black and white film "the battle of the South and the north" is the best example. When reading the words of "Shi", "Shi", "Shi", "Shi" and "niece" in ancient times, not only the tongue is tilted, but also the tip of the tongue is rolled back, which is similar to the sound of childhood, such as "Shi" 4, "Shi" 4, "Chi" rice. Han people in Yuexi County, located in Liangshan, are also like this However, the dialects in these areas are obviously different from those in Neijiang and Zigong, and are obviously influenced by the languages in the neighboring areas. For example, in Xichang and Panzhihua areas, the accents of Han people in these areas are quite similar to Yunnan dialect. But the pronunciation of a character is still very special.