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This makes no sense – has no meaning – 没有意思
It made perfect sense to me. Maybe the humor became lost in the translation, both in language and culture. The app was suggesting the reader wasn’t intelligent enough for reading material more sophisticated than the trashy graffiti often scrawled on the walls of restrooms often frequented by lowlife.
Great explanation by Lady Fitzgerald!
+1 to Lady Fitzgerald.
Why read a good book when you can have a “good time”.
In 1923, horse jockey Frank Hayes suffered a heart attack in the midst of a race at Belmont Park, New York; his horse finished the race and, in the process, made Hayes the only jockey in history to win a race posthumously.
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