Lao Er

lao (third tone) and er (fourth tone) in mandarin chinese has the literal definition of “old two”, but used in the context of the chinese language means either:

(1) a person’s male manhood (slang)
(2) the second oldest in the family
slang context, usually used amongst males: “my lao er is sore after that hottie last night”

normal context, when a parent is introducing their son or daughter: “this is the lao er of my family”

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