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Not all children learn the language their parents speak. I never really learned Chinese even though my grandparents and mom speak it.

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The best way at getting even is learning some of the language, and letting her know by replying back in Chinese. I did that to in my Japanese class since I was only taking the class for an easy grade.

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It's better than "shithead," which is what my friend's grandfather called her in mandarin until she figured it out.

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113, if you already speak the language or at least have a decent grasp of it it can be done. I did the same thing with French.

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I started singing "I like Chinese"... Nah, not really but I thought if the song after you other 2 singers.. Go on.. Google it...

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Hmm, my grandma's loving nickname for me was "gorda." She assumed that since I don't speak Spanish I couldn't understand it either. It means "fat" for all my fellow non Spanish speakers. Fyl OP.

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As someone who's spent half their life in China, not a single word in any of the major Chinese languages translate to retard.

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I'm sure I'd've made any attempt to find out what my mother has been calling me long before it's FML worthy. But either way, most Roman names were basically insults as well. I believe the most common roman name translated to "pea brained"

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