From Sina Weibo:
#屌丝对话体# = #Diaosi Dialogue#
Diaosi Dialogue becomes bamous on internet, hilarious facial expressions and dry humor amuse netizens
Recently, a series of photos labeled “Female Diaosi Dialogue” went viral on the internet. In the photo series, two girls used the same set of three photos captioned with different dry humor-style dialogue. The content is comical, the facial expressions well done, making netizens scream they “could lose it at any time” [internet celebrity “Writer Cui Chenghao” aka “Pyongyang Cui Chenghao” @作家崔成浩‘s famous pet phrase]! Afterward, there were also various “Male Diaosi” versions that came out, with many netizens also creating other different “Diaosi Dialogues”, summing up that “the most important thing is that the expression in the final panel must be perfect”! Actually, the idea for these comics all originated from parodies of Leonardo DiCaprio’s facial expressions in the movie Inception. Youngster, come make your own Diaosi Dialogues!
The term “youngster” (alternatively “youth” or “teenager”) has come into use lately as a result of the popularity of Ang Lee‘s latest movie Life of Pi, whose Chinese title was translated as 少年派的奇幻漂流, literally “Youngster Pi’s Fantastic Drifting Adventure”.
[Note: If the above doesn’t immediately make sense, please refer to the joke involving a grandfather and grandson in a previous jokes post.]
[Note: The reply suggests first having sex before committing to a romantic relationship.]